I have a E2000 router/access point. I am able to connect 3 laptops, 1 smartphone and 1 printer wirelessly to the access point. All computers and smartphone can access the Internet. The problem is that none of the devices can connect with each other and thus cannot print. I can ping the router, no problem. Get "request timed out" message when trying to ping from one device to the other. Router firmware is 1.04
Can your wireless router do a ping test to 18.104.22.168 [URL] or any other [URL] for that matter?Mine can't, either with my wireless PB G4 running OS X 10.4 or wired Dell running Windows XP. I tried it with a wrt54g v5 & wrt54g v6 both tests got a 'request timed out' with 100% packet loss. v5 had the latest firmware, v6 is still at 1.00.9
I have a strange issue where the first ping always times out, but the following goes through fine.I have Cisco877 and connection to the internet is fine. I connect a PC to one of the Fast Ether ports and I am able to ping the router without any issues. However, the moment I ping an external website [URL], the first ping request fails. after that the following request come through quickly.
I have a Cisco 1801 Router, but whenever there is anything plugged into the integrated 8 port switch for example two computers, I cannot get them to ping each other. All of the ports are on the same vLAN.
I am a Cisco newbie, so sorry if this question/query is really basic. Is there anyway I can test the integrated switch to see if it is faulty.
i am having a very wierd problem with my current internet connection , Its wired and while accessing websites seems just fine .. Accessing ANY program on the PC that requires internet does not work .. Examples of those can be steam/origin/any messenger/skype/teamviewer/teamspeak and the list goes on.. They all act like i dont even have an internet connection. I tried pinging in CMD by using Ping Google and i always get a request timed out .. I have also tried tracert Google and after the three * * * Its always a request timed out as well.. I have no idea whats causing and its pretty annoying as i mainly use the internet for skype and steam, Also on a side not this is not a problem with my laptop as i tried connecting to some random unprotected network that was near me and it worked fine
Basically my friend has a game server with a particular IP. But lately I don't seem to be able to even 'see' that server. Pinging the IP gets a timeout. I did a tracert on the IP and from the first hop onwards it gives me 3 stars followed by a 'Request Timed Out' until the 30'th hop.
I first noticed it in games, and decided to ping my router in CMD. I see the occasional "request timed out", and not sure how to fix it.My other computers connected to the network are working fine, and I've tried USB Wireless adapters in my laptop which work fine, which implies the problem lies with the inbuilt adapter itself.I've tried reformatting, and updating drivers, but to no avail.I thought maybe the adapter might just be faulty, but then I decided to test it on Linux. I pinged the router in the terminal and... it seemed to work fine. I thought maybe some background process in Windows might be doing something to cause the problem, so I started in safe mode (with networking)... still the problem remained.
I can access it at work and on other ISP's but not on my home wireless network. It won't work from any device on this network. I have reset my modem but that didn't work. It won't load and when I ping from command prompt, I get a 'Request Timed Out" message.
I have reinstalled windows 7 on my Toshiba laptop, I have my wireless set to automatically connect, I have excellent signal strength and have another pc connected to wireless router, but my laptop does not capture IP addresses. I tried renew command but got message unabl to contact your DHCP server, request timmed out.
recently, i have connected the internet to my PC with cable. Here the problem is , the packets are not receiving in the status bar of internet connection. I have checked in command prompt, the ip address is connecting properly but the default gateway ip address is showing "Request Timed Out" message.
I've been having problems connecting my laptop to the internet through wireless. When I plug it in with a cable it works fine. I also know my wireless works fine because i have other things attached to it. When I try to connect it says limited or no connectivity, but the signal strength is excellent. I have tried to repair the problem but it then tells me it cannot renew my ip address. I've also tried the ipconfig /release then renew, and thats when it says about my DHCP.
I have upgraded Cisco ACS from 4.1 to 4.2, I have Cisco Access Control 1113 apliance, as soon as I upgraded I am getting error in failed logs "Authen session timed out: Challenge not provided by client", what is wring with this?
I have a need to Remote Desktop connect to company’s employees for support then they are abroad and using Cisco AnyConnect client.Cisco AnyConnect client connection works fine, clients can reach company’s inside network without problems, but I cannot make revers connection, I cannot Remote Desktop connect or ping VPN clients from companies inside network. I cannot ping clients from ASA too.I am using ASA 5520, Cisco Adaptive Security Appliance Software Version 8.4(3) Device Manager Version 6.4(7), and Cisco AnyConnect VPN Client 2.2.0133. Protocol Encryption- AnyConnect-Parent SSL – Tunnel DTLS-RC4 RC4 AES 128.
I have a situation where a specific unit on my network is booting using BOOTP.The unit is connected to a stack of two Cat3750X switches running IOS 12.2(55)SE1. The server and client is on the same VLAN on the same physical switch, so it is purely L2 between the server and client. The BOOTP server is a computer running a specific software connected to the switch. There is no DHCP server on the switch. IP-helper is not configured on the switch.
If I do a monitor-session on the client port I can see the BOOTP request packet enter the switch, however this packet is never flooded out of any ports in the switch, so the BOOTP server never receives the request. I have tested the server and client in a cheap dumb switch and there it is working just fine. Regular DHCP requests are flooded correctly.It apprs the there is something in the clients BOOTP request that is not correct, since the Cisco switch apparently discards the packet.
Are there any BOOTP gurus that can have a look on the attached (Wireshark) BOOTP client request and perhaps determine if it is infact malformed? Why the switch is not flooding the packet. What is the meaning of the BOOTP broadcast flag in a client boot request?
We find ourselves in a difficult situation with the Cisco VPN Client version 5.0.07.0290 where it keeps giving us an
"Error 42: Unable to create certificate enrollment request"
When we attempt to use the Online enrollment method to create and enroll a new certificate. There is no additional information in the VPN client logs where we have set 3-High for all logs. In addition, Wire shark does not show any packets sent from the machine running the client to the Cisco 3825 router which runs the Cisco CA.
To create and enroll a certificate we do the following:
1. Click on the Enroll button to show the Certificate Enrollment dialog 2. Select Online 3. Select <New> for Certificate Authority 4. Enter http://192.168.120.1 as CA URL (note, 192.168.120.1 is the IP of the Cisco 3825) 5. Click Next to display the dialog where we can enter certificate details 6. Enter details in all fields except IP Address and Domain 7. Click Enroll which shows a dialog with the Error 42 ... message in it.
If we attempt to create a request by using the File method, all works fine, that is, the client creates a file with the enrollment request. The fact that the client does not send any messages to the Cisco CA leads us to believe that we have a problem on the client machine. However, the client does not write any information in the logs, so it is a bit hard to fix the problem. I can provide additional configuration information if required for both the client and the Cisco CA. Note that we have not modified any client configuration. Basically, we installed the client on a Windows 7 64bit machine and attempted the steps listed above.
I am setting up remote access using an RV042 router. Using quickvpn or a client-to gateway vpn and shrewsoft client, I can only access/ping the LAN side of the remote router and one machine on the remote network. The PPTP server and native Windows 7 connection provide access to all machines on the remote network.I have 2 possible reasons for this and would like to find the real reason:
1) The remote RV042 is behind another router, and that router restricts access other than the PPTP traffic.
2) The VPN tunnels other than PPTP only allow access to the remote LAN side of the router and remote machines that have the remote router defined as their gateway in the IP configuration.
I have been doing a lot of research trying to find like an IT program to RDP for free to very little for personal use that is very easy to understand for the end user.An example of what I what I am speaking of, is if you deal with Verizon, or most major computer companies (Dell, etc) they can send you a URL or give you a code to use at a site, that basically lets them remote to your PC. It may require the user to install a small add on, or to allow some type of permissions, but doesn't require them to download huge programs or sign up for accounts.
I myself will create an account of course, and as I said even pay a small fee for a good program. But it's strictly for personal use and I am sure there is a good open source program I can use that I can just make a donation to.
I have a VPN client running on a laptop connected a DSL circuit. The VPN client is configured correctly for an external address on another firewall, this external firewall passes through ISAKMP / IPSEC to an ASA where it terminates. The client authenticates and gets an address from the client pool (VPNCLIENTS – 10.2.16.x / 24) and the tunnel completes with no problems. From the internal ASA I can ping any internal network behind the 10.0.3.240 interface (INSIDE) and I have a route on the inside network to get to the 10.2.16/0 clients to point to this address (10.0.3.240). All good so far.
Now the problems begin. I cant ping anything from the VPN clients (10.2.16.0) network to anywhere, I cant ping any interface on the ASA or any internal network. I also cant ping the client from the ASA and therefore not from the internal network either. This configuration is bare bones configuration so I don’t even have the NAT exception rules added. Network diagram attached too.
I insert data from two clients.(1 window server 2003,2 XP clients ) the two client print paper and the printer is shared printer. At the same time two clients print paper and the printer stop working. So I restart my two clients and server. After restart the clients cannot ping to server.
I am having a weird issue with my Cisco 7200 router. From the router i am able to ping and reach out to the internet but from the client i am able to reach out to the internet but unable to ping I am not sure where is the issue but when i traceroute to it my packets are dropped at my routers interface. All my pings from the client time out. I checked the Access list to make sure ICMP is not blocked. Following is my running conf
ip audit notify log ip audit po max-events 100 ip ssh break-string ~ ipv6 unicast-routing no ftp-server write-enable
I just setup my home network with Pix 515 acting as my router/firewall but I can't seem to ping my internal PC from my ASA. I can access the internet and ping my Pix 515 inside interface from my pc but I can't ping my pc from my Pix 515. I can also renew/release IP's from my PC. I also did a packet tracer and it says that it was dropped due to an access list but I have one in place. Also my switch has the default config. Below is my config
Internet <----> Comcast modem <-----> Pix 515 <-------> Cisco switch <-----> PC MYFIREWALL# sh run : Saved
A Windows Server 2008 r2 with 2 internet ports. One (IP: 10.0.96.132) connected to company intranet and one (192.168.10.1) as DHCP server connect to several PCs (192.168.10.**) through a switch.The problem is the PCs (192.168.10.**) can ping the DHCP server (192.168.10.1) , while DHCP server (192.168.10.1) can not ping (192.168.10.**).How to configure the server so that all these PCs can access the intranet?
i have a question about tunneling a software EasyVPN client to a client ASA Network. It looks like this:
EasyVPN Server 192.168.202.0/24 Network extension mode to Client EasyVPN ASA 192.168.1.0/24 This works fine in both directions. But now i want to connect the client ASA network via EasyVPN software client from outside. The user are already able to connect to the ASA Server on its static outside IP obtaining an IP from a 192.168.21.0/24 pool. This works fine. But how am i able to connect to the 192.168.1.0/24 network from this client?
(Router is ISR 1921)This is doing my head in. I am not using NAT, there are no ACLs, there is no split horizon.Here is what I have. It is practically generated by CCP. When connected I cannot ping the loopback interface or the gig0/0 interface, (not to mention anything else).
version 15.0 service config service timestamps debug datetime msec service timestamps log datetime msec no service password-encryption ! hostname dcsgw1
I am trying to connect my 2800 Series CIsco Office router with VPN client software from home. I can successfully authenticate and get the IP address from the pool configured but couldnt ping any LAN Ips including default gateway. I am pasting my router's configuration.
IP Address Of LAN: 192.168.22.x/ 24 IP Addresses handed out to Clients: 10.10.10.5- 10.10.10.20 aaa new-model ! ! aaa authentication login default local
I have noticed that my virtual-access interface comes up but the line protocol of virtual-interface remains down as follows:
Virtual-Template100 x.x.x.x YES TFTP up down
Also The client PC picks up a random gateway of 10.10.10.1 which I never configured anywhere on the server.