Sorry.This can be easily accomplished in Windows 7 by the following:Control Panel > Windows Firewall > Advanced settings > Inbound Rules and enable File and Printer Sharing (Echo Request - ICMPv4-In) Issue resolved. http://www.microsoft.com/Downloads/d...displaylang=en My System Specs OS Windows 7 32bit RTM Mercurial View Public Profile Find More Posts by Mercurial 26 Jun 2009 #5 ccatlett1984 windows 7 RTM x64 828 posts michigan Looking forward to your answer! http://bovbjerg.net/cannot-ping/win-xp-cannot-ping.php
I hate the performance premium it puts on your system. Regards, Share this post Link to post Share on other sites This topic is now closed to further replies. I have a shared folder on the XP machine. If only it was so simple.
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And also the PC does not show in explorer even after a ping in windows 7 machine unless I actually use the IP in the address bar first and then use Windows XP Pro SP3 (very old and slow PC) can see the shared files on the Windows 7 Home PC on a wireless home network. Hallo all,Kaspersky in Win7 was the reason not to be able to ping from WinXP.Firewal rule in Zones tab (Anti-Hacker item) changed to Local Network has been the solution.As a result Cannot Ping Computer On Same Network Box 1: Windows 7 Home Premium Box 2: Windows XP (SP3) Laptop: Linux openSUSE 11.2/11.3 Router: Linksys WRT54G w/latest firmware from Linksys The router is configured as a dhcp server for
once the router has ip=machine it know that when you ask for my pc you mean ip and replies. How To Enable Ping In Windows Xp After a reboot I found my Windows 7 box was now responding to pings and my file shares were now visible. Now... QoS Packet Scheduler.
Link-Layer Topology Discovery Responder. Ping Not Working SEVENTH TIMES THE CHARM. I can connect shared folders between, and from, all machine 7 & XP. Menessis Back to top #4 Sneakycyber Sneakycyber Network Engineer BC Advisor 5,923 posts OFFLINE Gender:Male Location:Ohio Local time:12:24 AM Posted 01 December 2012 - 09:34 PM You may not be
How can I get the XP and 7 to at least ping each other? No matter what I try I can see my Windows 7 machine in XP but can not even SEE my xp machine in Windows 7. Cannot Ping Windows Xp Machine On Network I have all network sharing settings in the sharing center set correctly. Enable Ping On Windows 7 I am able to ping the linux box from Windows 7 but not the Windows XP box.
The File & Printer Sharing settings on Win7 system are the same as your link. this website NoYes × Are you sure to choose it as the best answer? Any IDEAS?? On the Windows 7 computer, I can get to the router and the Internet, and can access shared folders on Vista machines on the home network. Enable Icmp Windows 7 Command Line
What do I need to do in BitDefender settings to allow pinging/icmp to/from this box and still have the firewall enabled? The moral of this long winded story is:Don't give up and don't trust any software to uninstall itself properly, especially virus protection/firewall software that puts out tenticles into all areas of Now... http://bovbjerg.net/cannot-ping/win-7-pc-cannot-ping-xp-pc.php I mean...
Next check the security tab and make sure the users listed on the sharing tab are also listed here and have the same permissions. That worked fine. healys818 Resolved HJT Threads 18 05-12-2011 07:42 AM BSOD Problems, IQRL_Not_Less_Or_Equal; PFN_List_Corrupt; Ntfs.sys etc.
No, create an account now. No, create an account now. Ultimately, I would like the firewall enable on WinXP and still be able to communicate with Win7 system. Edit: More to come.
Sign In Sign In Remember me Not recommended on shared computers Sign in anonymously Sign In Forgot your password? In future you can delete the rule by this name. Register now! see here The router is a d-link dir-655 and I cannot find anywhere else that it would block the pings.
Check for programs, Firewall software, Antivrus software blocking ports. No fear, all you need to do is select "This account", enter LOCAL SERVICE and in the Password and Confirm Password boxes just enter the password as the user you are Everything is set as it should be, both have the same workgroup name and different computer names. Chad Mockensturm Systems and Network Administrator Certified CompTia Network +, A + Back to top #15 Sneakycyber Sneakycyber Network Engineer BC Advisor 5,923 posts OFFLINE Gender:Male Location:Ohio Local time:12:24 AM
During the install and initial configuration of BD, I had it disable the windows firewall and defender which I later verified. NO XP MACHINE!!! I tried to ping my PC name. Press OK.
I CANNOT ping the Win 7 machine name, or IP address, from an XP machine on the network.Ping simply timesout. The time now is 00:24. There isn't any antivirus installed on the XP machine. It could have been a Windows Update or possibly Vista Service Pack 2 that caused the issue to appear, but I really cannot say.
I really appreciate it! My problem seems to be the reverse...My Vista desktop can ping/see(in network map)/access all shares on the Windows7 laptop. From the Windows 7 box I can get to the internet but not to either of the other computers. That will allow you to monitor and manage IP address and hosts on your network.Around the World!