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I have set them up with static IP addresses in the router and they can both ping each other by IP address but not hostname. If I ping by the host's IP address, they echo back very quickly.I have read that IPv6 can cause this, but I have disabled it in /etc/sysctl.conf and the problem still More replies Relevance 42.64% Question: Cannot access via Hostname when going thorugh VPN When in office network am able to connect to webpage with hostname and IP. Internet explorer can not connect to but i can connect using the IP address (

Lipman Jan 24, 2005 Users on a certain IP/Hostname Guest, Aug 22, 2005, in forum: Microsoft Windows 2000 Replies: 2 Views: 155 John Wunderlich Aug 23, 2005 limitation on Windows hostname I'm having a problem accessing a site I frequented up until this afternoon when trying to go there gave me a blank page and the message:
Bad Request (Invalid Hostname)

I've tried Just click the sign up button to choose a username and then you can ask your own questions on the forum. I'm looking to change it to a dummy IP (Perhaps (leetest ) because it can't be taken) which I then want to have Windows redirect to a domain name, so

Networking :: Ping Works But Telnet Does Not Work? What I want to (also) do is have a hostname that references the IPv6 link local IP address (an AAAA record in DNS, or just the fe80:: address in /etc/hosts) and Remember, nibbler, discovery, and atlantis can ALL:- Ping by IP address- Ping by hostname- ssh, scp, vnc, etc by IP addessAdditionally, the SERVFAIL reply from is expected since my dnsmasq I'm > > hoping it's something as simple as just a registry key or file I need > > to change on all of the computers, doesn't matter if I have

I have been using 9.04, 9.10 with no [email protected](none):~$ cat /etc/network/interfaces # This file describes the network interfaces available on your system# and how to activate them. I have several computers and this is what happens, everything works fine when I use the ip address, but when it comes to hostname.-Windows computers can't ping/see the computer 5 (while RHEL5.3 machines on the same network with the same configuration do not seem to have this problem.Here's the not-so-quick-and-dirty description of the situation:I know that there is a virtual router at Ubuntu Networking :: Windows Can't Resolve Lucid Hostname Networking :: Fedora 14 Unable To Ping The Hostname From Any System.

There is static and > >> dynamic. It does have connectivity, can access the internet through the router. You might want to come back after you brush > up on name resolution and IP terminology. First response follows... > > First: > In your original post you stated you wanted to redirect an IP to a Hostname. > This is referred to as reverse dns lookup,

That will do it. View 3 Replies View Related Ubuntu Networking :: Can't Ping Hostname In .local Domain May 14, 2010 ever since upgrading from karmic to lucid, i cannot ping fqdn hosts in .local These are called private addresses. I've run Kaspersky's TDSSKiller.

  1. Luckily I don't go to sites that I would have been embarassed about but I'm sure there are some that might.
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  3. I hope someone who can understand simplicity will come along eventually..
  4. win7 will query ' HOST' to DNS server, TYPE AAAA(IPV6), no response
    3.win7 will query '' to DNS server, TYPE A(IPV4), it response right ,
    4.win7 will query '' to DNS
  5. note that most new AV products contain a firewall.
  6. Read more Answer:Yet another "can't ping hostname" title - but different 16 more replies Relevance 43.46% Question: DNS\Hostname I got a problem in my WINDOWS 7..when I'm connected to internet..
  7. I am able to ping the windows 7 box by its ip address but unable to do so by its hostname.
  8. here is some background on how the network is setup2 different domains sharing the same dhcp scope.
  9. Hi I'm fairly new to using SSH and I'm trying to use it via cygwin.

All Rights Reserved. I am setting up a NFS server and I would like to use my servers hostname when I do this. View 9 Replies View Related Home Submit Resource Tracker Forum Advance Search Privacy Policy| Terms of Use & Service| Contact Us| Copyrights Notice Copyrights 2005-15, All rights reserved

Why is it that Windows XP Pro can ping the FreeNAS server's hostname but Ubuntu 10.04 can't?Here's the output of the ifconfig command on the Ubuntu 10.04 computer:Code:eth0 Link encap:Ethernet HWaddr

For more information, see interfaces(5).# The loopback network interfaceauto lo[Code].... for starters. Now, the ping time on my Windows Vista computer downstairs is between 25ms and 45ms. Check out using the LMHOSTS file rather than HOSTS. ---------------------------------------------------- # Specifying "#INCLUDE " will force the RFC NetBIOS (NBT) # software to seek the specified and parse it as

Using a Windows XP Pro SP3 computer on the same subnet as the FreeNAS server, I can ping the FreeNAS server's hostname and it works just fine. Likewise, the laptop can open the shared folders of the XP SP3 and backup drive just fine but, unline the XP machine, it CAN ping the printer by hostname.Is there any really slow connection but it does work.

Which you would think would point the problem to the router, but my dads computer isn't having any problems at all using windows XP and This is SUPER IMPORTANT for the customer to know because they could be posting on sites about personal medical conditions or whatever.

Most consumer plans will not sell you a static IP. or was it overlooked in the design of programming around IPv6?I want to be able to address a host by its link local address, while still using a mnemonic instead of I have verified my /etc/resolv.conf entries are all correct.

Exchange 2007 is completely different!

I also tryed to create a new share and connect with this user... If I try doing,ping then I get the messageping: unknown host however, if I doping .localthen I get a response back. In the adjacent column I would like to get the hostnames for IP addresses. Enter teh results here.

Should I just do this on the Windows box too? First response follows... But it's getting harder and harder to keep re-wording it in ways that still make sense.. Disconnect from router and connect again 1 more replies Relevance 43.05% Question: Hostname/IP Address How do I find my computer's hostname and IP Address?

Period. >> >> I'd suggest you get a static IP. >> >> -Frank > Frankster, Jul 28, 2006 #9 Guest Gah, no, I want a FAKE address to be redirected Jul 9, 2010 At work, I recently installed FreeNAS 0.7.4919 on a computer and set it up to be a samba server. Also, I cannot ping to the windows machine using the IP address associated with the Ethernet connection. LMHOSTS also looks like a LAN-only thing (though I am having a bit of trouble understanding it), and it looks like you can only put names up to 16 characters long

it gives error : unknown host.But if i ping with IP address it is pinging.NOTE : 1) My firewall is acting as a dns server and other windows systems are resolving Computer Support Forum Can ping IP but not hostname. Stay logged in Welcome to PC Review! View 14 Replies View Related Slackware :: Can't Ping Any Local Hostname Feb 20, 2010 I've setup two slackware in a Dell Inspiron 640m e in Acer Aspire One D150.In my

I have the VM as bridged so it is pulling all the network stuff via DHCP including the correct DNS servers. I'm sure other things were tried I just can't remember everything I've done or my team as done as we've been working on this for over a week on and off. nslookup & dig work, but most other utilities fail (ping, traceroute, etc...). Er, also, sorry if I sound rude..

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