I have a network with windows xp and windows 2000 desktop machines. Suggestions?? I shared the C; drive on the Vista computer but didn't pay much attention to the permissions. Have you set your firewall to specifically receive the client IP's. this content
You can follow him on Google+ if you'd like. more stack exchange communities company blog Stack Exchange Inbox Reputation and Badges sign up log in tour help Tour Start here for a quick overview of the site Help Center Detailed The Win 8 and Mac can see, but cannot access the Vista. Can the Vista computer ping the XP computer by name and by IP address?
I've had trouble with a lot of hardware drivers downloaded from Windows Update in the past. THen I had a Eureka moment…maybe the firewall or an antivirus is blocking ICMP requests… and I found this above conversation. Use the appropriate "File and Printer Sharing - Discovery" settings instead. What's New?
How to prove that authentication system works, and that the customer is using the wrong password? The next format / reload will be to W7, and that only when I have a totally free weekend. Also note that the CLI approach as described for Vista doesn't work for W7 either. Please check to see if a third party firewall program installed on the Vista computer and that it is properly configured for the local area network.
Polyglot Anagrams Cops' Thread Solving a discrete equation How is the correct air speed for fuel combustion obtained at the inlet of the combustor? Then click on Inbound Rules on the left-hand pane: And find the following rule in the list: Networking – Echo Request (ICMPv4-In) Right-click on the rule, and choose "Enable Rule" from And I didn't realise there was an advanced firewall interface, so I got into that as the article showed (and thanks to the comments above found echo on my Vista also As a guest, you can browse and view the various discussions in the forums, but can not create a new topic or reply to an existing one unless you are logged
I then went to my Windows Control Panel and selected the Windows Firewall option. You may have to register before you can post: click the register link above to proceed. Cannot Ping Windows 7 Computer On Network Other computers connect to this same router and work just fine.Where do I go from here to diagnose this? · actions · 2008-Jun-25 4:34 pm · jmorlanHmm... Windows 7 Not Pinging Other Computers My Mac now able to ping my Vista laptop immediately w/o restart of Vista.
The windows7 laptop can see the vista desktop in the network map but cannot ping it or access any of the Vista desktop shares (the only thing I really need is news I was able to connect to a friend's W7 PC across the network yesterday FROM my PC (and do a test transfer of a big folder - all ok), but he Other machines could not connect back. Reply With Quote September 4th, 2012,23:01 PM #6 Reverend View Profile View Forum Posts Visit Homepage Head Honcho Administrator Join Date Apr 2002 Location England Posts 14,067 What name is your Unable To Ping Windows 7
Reset the routing table via route /f, then reboot. File and print sharing are working fine. What would keep vista from responding to pings? http://bovbjerg.net/cannot-ping/vista-cannot-ping-xp.php That's funny.MVMjoin:2001-02-05Pacifica, CA jmorlan MVM 2008-Jun-25 5:37 pm When you do an IPCONFIG are you seeing a gateway?Does the problem computer work when connected directly to the router? · actions ·
Kaspersky! 9/29/2010 12:06:00 PM Andrew said... Was there ever any 3rd party AV/security software installed on the Vista computer? Mimsy were the Borogoves - why is "mimsy" an adjective?
THANKS !!!!Fixed my issue with creating an ftp server too... Tried everything and it still doesn't work. –GregH Dec 29 '09 at 2:50 One more: In Device Manager, delete the network card and reboot to let Windows reinstall it. Edited by craigsiegel, 09 August 2013 - 12:08 AM. I had turned off the wireless but that IP was still assigned to the computer name.
Once the ping problem was solved, Remote Desktop, File Sharing, and Printer sharing all started working again.What I still cannot explain is how it all of sudden stopped working. I've done an Rkill scan & sfc / scannow, both of which completed & fixed things. Who is helping me?For the time will come when men will not put up with sound doctrine. http://bovbjerg.net/cannot-ping/vista-cannot-ping-ip-address.php The Virtual Machine Network Services if not installed properly can be a source of networking issues.
Funny that I can see / PING / access other computers on the network (Vista, 7, XP), but they either can't see me at all, or can but can't connect. If you turn off Windows Firewall it still wont work, probably because it doesn't flush the rules...Just more new stuff to get used to..im sure it'll still be flawed and have share|improve this answer answered Dec 31 '09 at 20:57 Scott McClenning 3,2781018 add a comment| Your Answer draft saved draft discarded Sign up or log in Sign up using Google So big thank to all of you.RegardsAlfonz, Kosice, Slovakia, Europe 2/18/2011 11:53:00 PM Anonymous said...
A somewhat less likely cause is that Windows Update broke the system. One thing I came across was a note saying to try changing a registry key from 0x3 to 0x1. This was the 'aha' moment I had been looking for! Or stop the firewall for the profile all together.
Back to top #8 craigsiegel craigsiegel Topic Starter Members 14 posts OFFLINE Local time:06:07 PM Posted 07 August 2013 - 10:36 AM I am closing this thread since my situation Did the netsh it from the command line as administrator on Vista and ping from remote devices just started working. Louis Forum Rules Report Topics For Staff Action BC Forums, List Preparation Guide Before Posting Malware Issues in MRL Forum Am I Infected Forum Back to top #5 craigsiegel craigsiegel Topic Then it should start up successfully, as mine did.This did not fix my ping problem, but the next step did.
I checked this and it looked OK.