I have a host that can successfully connect to a PIX 515E (7.x OS) via VPN Client; however, I have no IP routing to the LAN from the remote host.The VPN IP pool works finem,The LAN default gateway is the inside interface on the PIX; the network is flat L2 behind it.The default route on the PIX points out; no other routes are defined,The VPN remote host can be pinged from LAN hosts, but the VPN remote host cannot ping any LAN host, not even the PIX inside interface.
I set this up and I can ping all the gateways but never the hosts. I was hoping I could make these links between 6500's a mix of L2 and L3. Check it out. They are connected in a linear fashion R1--->R2--->R3. I can ping from R1 to R3's SVI4 gateway but I can never ping a host on that SVI4. I was hoping that I could use the port-channels between 6500's as routed links or as trunk links depending on the type of traffic....thought it would ease the migration. I suppose I could always get rid of the port-channels and just make separate L2 and L3 links between the 6500's.
I shut down my laptop over Christmas and when I returned it would no longer connect to the Internet. It will connect to the network but not the Internet. Every other device I have (blu-ray player, work laptop, iPad, etc) goes online without any problem using the same router and network. I am running windows 7 and a linksys router that is a year old. Its a Dell Inspiron 1545. I was connected wirelessly but have a LAN connected now while I work this. Neither will connect to the Internet. I have terrible trouble with routers and am terrible when it comes to hardware.My computer skills for this sort of thing are only average. Windows can't communicate with the device or resource (primary DNS server)Security or firewall settings might be blocking the connection.I've looked for ideas in various places online and have tried many things: [code] Next step is to throw it all out the window! I have a small home business and people are waiting for contracts that I can't currently deliver.
So I am at a bit of a loss here. For the past week or so, I have been getting random spikes of high latency in online games like World of Warcraft/Star Wars: The Old Republic/League of Legends/etc and I have no idea what could be causing it. My ping used to run around 30-80 and lately is has been spiking from 100 to over 700 randomly. I have tried everything I could think of like not using my router, power cycling my modem several times, making sure my drivers are updated, no programs in the background causing it, no firewalls/anti-virus programs causing it, and several other little things like that. I have also called my ISP and they said everything seems to be working fine. And here's another weird thing, according to speedtest.net, my service is running as it should be: [URL]. The server my service is connecting to is in the next town over which is ~15 minutes away so that couldn't be it either.
Here is my system specs:
OS Version: Microsoft Windows 7 Ultimate, 64 bit Processor: Intel(R) Core(TM) i7 CPU 920 @ 2.67GHz, Intel64 Family 6 Model 26 Stepping 4
try to play online games but i can't because i get so many ping spikes. I started investigating and i've noticed that i'm getting ping when pinging my router. I'm using wlan and i can't use ethernet. Also the bandwidth is really low on the connection, 512 kbps Also, there are more than 1 computers connected, even if they dont use the connection constantly
I'm going through the CCNA training and I'm setting up my DHCP server on my 871 router. I have my cable modem into the WAN port on my router and have 1 host plugged directly into Fastethernet 1. I can ping any IP I want from the IOS prompt but I only have local access from the host. [code]
about 4 weeks ago we started experiencing Packet Loss and High Pings while playing games. This affects our 2 PC's and our PlayStation 3 (Since we use them for gaming). We have contacted our ISP several times regarding the issue but each representative we have talked to has had different ideas of what the problem is. They replaced the modem twice which did nothing, so I then purchased 2 new Router's (DIR 601 N150 & DIR 835 N750+). Neither of them solved the issue. my ISP also says it isn't the Internet Cable that is causing the issue. My Download Speeds and Upload Speeds are right where they should be but the ping and the packet loss is the problem. I also contacted DLINK (Router Manufacturer) to see if they had and all we did was upgrade the firmware version and change the Wireless channels which also did nothing. I have plugged this PC into the modem with an Ethernet Cord and played games and all the issues were gone which leads me to believe that Modem and the ISP aren't the issue.
Things I've Tried:
-Resetting the Modem -Testing each Wireless Channel on my Router -Enabling and Disabling 802.11n and 802.11g on the router -Changing the QoS settings -Installing Software such as Gamebooster and Advanced System Care -Disabling all Antivirus programs and Firewalls on the PC's -Using a friends Modem instead of the Cogeco one
OS: Windows 7 Home Premium 64-Bit System Manufacturer: Acer System Model" Aspire M5802 Processor: Intel Core 2 Quad CPU RAM: 8GB Graphics Card: AMD Radeon HD 7800 Series (7850 to be exact)
I test all devices using ping command, from ASA to router was fine (on both interface) but not to Host , and host to router was fine, but only on directly interface(F1/0), and to ASA was not success. am i miss something in my configuration?
configure my Cisco ASA5510 (asa version 8.3.1) so that one of the host (e.g.192.168.8.20) behind management interface can ping to the other host (e.g. 192.168.2.246) behind OUTSIDEinterface. I tried modifying the ACLs, NATs and ICMP statement, but still failed[CODE]
I have a 1.25 mbps download and .2 upload speed. I have a netgear n600 router and have wireless and cannot change to wired. I have around a 120 ping all most always. My current speed is the best in my area too. Is there any kind of equipment that will give me a lower ping for online gaming? Is there any router settings for this?
I have a cisco ASR 1002 I have plugged a host into an addressed port and the port comes up however the host cannot ping the router and the router cannot ping the host. Neither can router ping its self. I do the same on a cisco 2800 router and it works fine. What's goin on. Is it the fact that this is a ASR router ?
I'm using 3 AP's 1140 with local authentication using local radius (flex connect mode).the radius server im using is MS 2008 R2.authentication is working great on all devices pc's&mobile.authentication method is PEAP wpa2 aes enterprise.after 3 or 4 hours devices loose connectivity to the web.the device seems to be still connected to the ap but there is no ping to host from local lan or any arp learnd on local router.only manual disconnect on device and reconnecting brings connectivity up again.in one case only reseting the AP's worked.
I have Cisco ASA 5505 installed and use as default gateway. I go to Internet through the ASA5505 Here is my Problem.I can not ping from ASA prompt(ASA#) to my Laptop connected to the ASA, but i can ping the ASA inside interface from laptop i can not use ASDM and the VPN Tunnel is not working between the sie
ASA# ping 10.10.10.12 ??????????? 100% lost Laptop c C:/ping 10.10.10.1 !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Here is the Topology
INTERNET .<=========================>ASA<===============================> LAPTOP
I disabled window firewall on the Laptop , but no goof result.
I have a single cisco 11503 load balancer.There is a single Banner student information system which is load balanced on it with Virtual ip 10.3.20.101 which is working fine without any issues .I am now trying to add an Oracle ERP application with virtual IP 10.3.20.230 and physical ips 10.3.19.22 and 10.3.19.23 all on port 8003.When I just make the group ERP-Apps-Grp active , the vitual ip address 10.3.20.230 is pingable , but when I make the the content Erp_IAT active it stops pinging. [code]
I have ASA 5520. I cannot ping the host(192.168.1.20) which is inside firewall from outside hosts. Inside host (192.168.1.20) is translated into (126.96.36.199) using static NAT.From outside host, I used "PING 188.8.131.52". Is it because I used dynamic PAT for inside hosts?
When I try to ping ipv6.xsnews.nl on either of my Windows 7 computers, it returns "Ping request could not find host". But when I do it on XP, it succeeds. I have tried putting the W7 PC in the DMZ, disabling the software firewall but it doesn't work.
What I think it involves is having ipv6 installed on each. I tried to duplicate the setup of both the XP and a W7 computer, installing the gogo6 tunnel. But apparently it's not setup on this computer because the ping result is the same as on the third computer which hasn't had ipv6 installed. s not setup on this computer because the ping result is the same as on the third computer which hasn
Basically after upgrade from ASA 8.4 to 9.0 (2) I have problems when certain types of NAT.Example:SA 8.4: nat (LAN, outside) 85 10.252.253.123 source static 192.168.3.2 192.168.3.2 192.168.3.104 static destination service http http In this form the host 192.168.3.2 uses the mapped ip (192.168.3.104) to access by http while other ports can be accessed using the original IP (10.252.253.123).
ASA 9.0: nat (LAN, outside) 85 10.252.253.123 source static 192.168.3.2 192.168.3.2 192.168.3.104 static destination service http http In this form the host 192.168.3.2 uses the mapped ip (192.168.3.104) to access by http but unlike before now I cannot access to the original IP (10.252.253.123) using another port or ping from host 192.168.3.2.
I am in a test environment using an ASA 55005 and a Cisoc 2611xm router. ASA is running version 8.4 and router is running is ios12.4. My VPN tunnel comes up but I am unable to ping between remote hosts. I used the ASDM and SDM for the configuration. Attached is a copy of both configs.
recently I had some malware on my Windows XP Professional (version 2002), so I followed a guide at Bleeping Computer [URL] to get rid of it. Problem is, for some reason, after I finished, I could no longer access the internet!When I try, FIrefox gives me their "could not connect" message: "Server not found. Firefox can't find the server at [site]." Check the address for typing errors such as ww.example.com instead of [URL]"When I try to log into MSN, the troubleshoot says I have a problem with my DNS and Key Ports.I'm not good with computers so I Google'd and found some ping-ing instructions. When I tried to ping [site], I get: "Ping request could not find host [site]. check the name and try again." This happens regardless of the site I use.Lastly, I tried "ping 127.0.0.1" from a troubleshooting site. It gives me: "Pinging 127.0.0.1 with 32 bytes of data:
Reply from 127.0.0.1: bytes=32 time<1ms TTL=128 Reply from 127.0.0.1: bytes=32 time<1ms TTL=128 Reply from 127.0.0.1: bytes=32 time<1ms TTL=128
When I tried to upgrading PIX525 6.3 to 7.0 , Not able to Ping the host from the PIX 525 Inside interface which is on the same subnet, Also from the host to Inside Interface , Tried with Directly connected laptop with Cross cable and using Straight cable via switch, But the results end with fail.
I've tried everything that has been posted so far except for opening up the router itself which I will refuse to do.- Getting = Host Unreachable 192.168.1.20 (I am using 192.168.1.1 as the gateway)- No ping whatsoever even when turning on the router over and over.
I am using the window server 2008 and configure tcp/ip properties correct ping locally reply successful when ping localy but when ping yahoo.com then reply destination host unreachable whereas gateway and dns ip is also correct configure so tell me solution about this problem because i am useing the internet.
I have a new 3560G to set up a small network for a remote site. I configured the vlan and an SVI as the gateway. The switch is also the DHCP server for the LAN. I configured Gi0/2 as L3 port, connecting to the nearest neighbor. My network runs EIGRP so i advertised the routes into the EIGRP process. The switch forms EIGRP neighbors and learns all routes in the enterprise network. The problems I'm having now are: 1. The switch learns all routes in my enterprise LAN and can ping devices in the enterprise LAN, but I can’t ping any interface on the switch from the enterprise LAN. 2.