Unable To Ping Or Connect To Remote Desktop On Xp Pro Sp3
Jun 11, 2011
I have two computers side by side 192.168.1.7 and 192.168.1.8 both running xp pro sp3. On 8 I can RDC to the 7, but on 7 I cannot RDC to 8. I can see port 3389 listening on both using netstat -a. But 7 just can't RDC connect to 8. 7 cannot ping 8 either. I have the firewall turned off on 8, I had tried allowing RDC 3389 earlier with the firewall but that didn't work either.I don't have any extra firewalls running.Life will be like perfect, if I can just RDC to 8.Both are on the same wired belkin wireless router, 4' from itl.I tried taking the no ping no rdc computer to work and it didn't work there either.
I am having problem connecting to my work PC via VPN Cant ping and RDP. I sometimes need to log into my work PC to check out a problem. I connect via VPN and I can access servers (using Citrix and local intranet sites) that can only be accessed once connected to my work domain. So it looks like the VPN actually works fine.
But I cannot Remote Desktop Connection to it. I also tried to ping the PC using a command prompt. Using the command prompt, I ping MyWorkPC And I can see that it tries to ping MyWorkPC.domain.name.co.za. So it looks like it sees the MyWorkPC on the network. But all pings fail.
A work colleague tried to remote connects to MyWorkPC from his home PC and he can successfully connect. So I do believe that the work network and PC is setup correctly. I am running window 7 Ultimate SP1 (32bit) with a 3G dongle in a router. I also have Avast antivirus installed on my PC. I was not sure if the router or the antivirus was the issue so I tried:
1.Removing the 3G dongle and attach it to my USB port on my home PC directly. No luck 2.Some blogs said that the P2P or IM shield on Avast might be the problem so I disable it. No luck 3.Then I uninstalled Avast completely to see if it has any shield that might still block it. I restarted. No luck
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.
Region : India Model : TL-WR740N Hardware Version : V4 Firmware Version : 3.12.11 Build 120320 Rel.51047n ISP : BSNL
I am facing some issue in LAN network.I have connected one desktop( win 7) and another desktop (win xp) to the TP link router. Both the computers got ip address and able to share the internet. But both the computers are not in the same network. That is they cant PING each other. hence they are not visible to each other.
On wireless (lenovo tabletx61) I cannot connect through the intranet - no problem connecting through internet. When I manage to connect through intranet connection is dropped quite often.No problem connecting via Ethernet cables.
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.
i purchased a Dell N7110 from Dell last week, and a few days later I purchased a NETGEAR PTV2000 wireless display adapter. It was my understanding the N7110 would support the PTV2000; my N7110 specs are below.Originally, I downloaded the required software (Intel WIDI) and drivers from the Intel website.
The laptop and PTV2000 adapter seemed to start fine in that the security code was given on my TV screen and I was able to enter it in the Intel WIDI software. Next step was to select "connect" to the adapter. The connection was initialized, as the green light on the PTV2000 was flashing and my TV screen said "connecting", then "connected". At the moment it said "connected", my laptop screen immediately flashed black, then restored itself approx one second later with the graphics on the laptop screen larger (larger icons) than normal. Approximately one second after this occurred, the connection was lost and the Intel software stated the following error: "unable to send desktop to wireless display, try restarting the application. If the problem persists, try re-installing the Intel WIDI software".
I retried the software numerous times with same results. I uninstalled then re-installed the Intel WIDI software and drivers with the same results. I also uninstalled and re-installed the software, but got them from the Netgear website, and then later from the Dell website (all had Intel WIDI software to download), which all ended in the same results (original problem still exists).After countless tries of running Intel WIDI, the program would on rare occasions, lock up and become unresponsive, while the green light on the adapter was still flashing (connection being made) and the TV message said "connected". The screen never changed from "connect", the desktop image never appeared on the TV, and I would have to use task manager to shut the program down.
Netgear and Intel websites do not address this issue, other than saying "try uninstalling then reinstalling the software", which I did countless times. Web searches hint the real problem is in the Graphics drivers on the Dell - I did find a thread on this site (Dell site) complaining the PTV2000 would not play DVDs or Blueray, and the person changed the Graphics driver, but now cannot get Windows to boot - I believe the Dell techs are currently mailing him software to correct this problem. Because of this, I am very reluctant to change the Graphics drivers as I do not want to cause the same issue on my machine...I have not had any problems with the wifi side of things, in that I am always able to initialize a "connect" without issues, and it tries to connect but just never completely does... tell me if the original problem I stated above can be corrected, and the steps I need to take, or should I return the PTV2000 and forget the whole wireless display idea?
Side Note: I can provide the exact softeware and driver links I used if required, but didn't as there really wasn't much choice - The Intel site, Netgear site, and DELL site all provided short instructions and only one download option; Win 7 32 or Win 7 64. I used Win 7 64 option.
Quantity Parts # Part Description 1 62GY1 Base, Notebook, BTS, FCG06, DELL AMERICAS ORGANIZATION..., N7110
We use Nortel VPN and the problem is that it's set so when you connect to it, you can only access company resources so no Internet. To mitigate that we use vmware and run Windows XP at the same time as our Windows 7 systems. I'd love to be able to use remote desktop though and connect to a system located elsewhere even another office computer and have that one on the VPN, but of course as soon you connect the remote desktop connection goes down with it.I'm just wondering if there's any ways around this. I'm assuming not, but I'm not sure how VPN fully works. Like if I had 2 network cards in the remote system, when I VPN in does it block connections from all network cards? Ideally I'd like to use something like Amazon Web Services since their Windows Server tier has the free option which is good, or will use another VPS type system running Windows Server.
I am trying to use my computer running Windows XP Home to remote desktop into my computer running Windows 7 Ultimate over the internet.The computer I am trying to connect to is listening on port 3389, has all sort of firewall exceptions sorted and is enabled to accept remote connections. The computer I am trying to use to connect has no firewall currently (I have disabled it just to get this working).
And yet when I try and connect using the ip address of the host computer I receive the message "remote desktop cannot connect to the remote computer for one of the following reasons"... and so on.
Remote Desktop can't connect, so I've got four servers in the same LAN. Whenever I try remotly access the web server, the message (Remote Desktop can't connect to the remote computer for one of these reasons: 1. Remote access to the server is not enable. 2. The remote computer is turned off. 3. The remote computer is not available on the network) The thing is that I can connect to all servers with any desktop computer in the network, but when I try to do it in my laptop (that is connected to the same LAN) I've got access to the other servers but not to the web server. Sometimes I had to restart this server and works fine for a little while.
I am attempting to set up a remote desktop connection to my home media server so I no longer need to keep a keyboard, mouse, and monitor plugged in to it when I need to use it. I am running Windows 7 Home Premium on both systems. I am sure the firewall is not the problem, as I have tried to connect with it disabled. I have also made sure to allow remote connections on the server. I know the DIR-825 supports UPnP, which works with Remote Desktop, so there should be no problem, but something is not working. I have tried disabling UPnP, setting up a virtual server, port forwarding, and assigning a permanant IP to the server, to no effect. Something is blocking my remote connection requests. Keep in mind, I am not even trying to do this over the internet, just over my LAN!
I'm trying to connect to my home laptop from work. The home laptop is connected to DIR-655 router. I set up the internal and external ports to 3389 using both TCP and UDP protocols with the Application as "Remote Desktop". From my work PC I enter the external IP with :3389 and it fails to connect. I have also tried accessing internally which is failing too. All computers are running Windows 7 Home Premium Remote Access is enable on all.
I am just setting up a simple scenario with a 1841. Server @ 172.31.1.1 cannot ping 172.31.0.254 or 172.31.0.105. It can ping 172.31.1.250. The router can, on the other hand, ping devices on both networks. This is just for testing routing theory so I don't know why hosts on either side of the network cannot ping each other.
I am only using the FastEthernet interfaces on Router 1841.
I have a PC that runs cameras covering the access to my house ( due to an earlier incident where someone thought my stuff would look better at their place ). It has been running fine with XP and a VIA C3 box for years, but the mobo died and so my woe begins...I have slapped together a D510 box with W7 32 Enterprise, but cannot get it to network properly. ATM it is propped on my dining table with Cat5 threatening to trip someone up, so I'm not really the flavour of the month in the house.
Regular file sharing ( looking at docs, pics, etc. ) is not a problem between the house PC and the CCTV box ( bidirectional ). The old CCTV box was controlled remotely using VNC with great success, and I was hoping to continue in the same vein. Unfortunately VNC cannot connect from the house box to the CCTV box, but will work the other way when initiated from the CCTV box, not very practical. UVNC will not work in either direction and will not loop back to itself, and Remote Desktop does not work either. Error messages are "server running as application" for UVNC and server unavailable ( words to that effect ) in VNC. Remote Desktop just times out. Firewalls on both machines have been off and on during testing with no apparent change. There is a Netcomm ADSL2 4 port modem that ties them together.
It should work, it did work, so I know it can work, but networks are not my strong suit so I am throwing it out for input here. I have been banging my head on this particular rock for about 10 hours and half a bottle of bourbon and it is 00:49 local time, so forgive me if I have failed to include the crucial nugget of information that will unravel this mess.Where should I start, or is there a no-fuss remote control software option for Windows 7 that I need instead?
I successfully connected to my windows xp pc through the remote desktop connection client on my macbook and now I am unable to connect to the internet on the pc. All that it says is acquiring network address. I know that it is not an isp or router issue because all of the other computers on the network are able to connect just fine. I tried using system restore but it said something to the effect of windows can not restore to this point, no changes were made to your computer. This happened with multiple different restore points.
I have a user that is in a hotel with a Windows 7 laptop. He is connected to the hotel's public network and it is set as a public network in windows network and sharing center.Usually from home, which is a private network, he can log onto our VPN and then use Remote Desktop to control his work computer (which is Windows XP) here at the office; however, from this hotel, he can still connect to the VPN and access shared drives and all, but he cannot connect to any computer using remote desktop.I've tried everything, allowing remote connections for public in the firewall, even changed the network from public to private and he still cannot connect. Still, he can connect just fine from home.
I have two Cisco routers - 2911 in HQ and RV180 in branch office. Because in HQ LAN network I have some development servers, to which guys from branch office need to have acces, I decided to setup VPN site-to-site between HQ and branch office. Everything went quite smoothly, on both devices I see, that ipsec connection is established. Unfortunately I am not able to ping resources from one network to other one and vice versa. Below is the configuration of 2911 router (I skipped som unimportant (imho) configuration directives) :
Last night i was changing some settings of my router(linksys WRT54G) trying to assign a gaming console a static ip. I thought i had succeeded and everything was working fine. 12 hours later, it appears everything can no longer connect. all the regular lights of the router are on, but my desktop pc and my wireless laptop seem unable to connect.
I have ATT Uverse. My laptop connects just fine but after I had my desktop fixed, I am not able to connect to the internet on my desktop. When I look for wireless networks, I am unable to find any. I am using a Netopia Wireless USB Card
I'm a college student residing in the dorms a I did last year and over the summer. In both cases i had to move to different housing and internet connection went without a hitch. However i'm now at my new place, and i cant seem to get my desktop computer to connect to the internet. After 8 different campus tech crews came through, they've determined that the connection issue is not caused on their end. The issue as far as i can tell is not caused by the cable either because i got internet access when i bridged the connection using my laptop's wireless connection. I have also used the cable to connect to the internet on my laptop. However, when i try to connect on my desktop it says that that ethernet cable is not connected. No link light comes on, and the connection is not recognized at all.
About three days ago my Lenovo desktop lost its internet connection. The two other machines in my house (wireless laptop and desktop) both still have internet. It appears I have the issue of my IP address being 169.254.xx.xx and subnet mask being 255.255.0.0.All of these have been unsuccessful.
in connecting my Hp Desktop to the internet. The PC is connected to my home network and I am able to download my email, I am able to print from the PC to my wireless pronter over the home network. All other PCs and devices in the hosue connect no problem.I have tried numerous solutions but still unable to resolve. I tried to hard wire it to the network, but I get Local access only. I am using Windows 7 operating system. I am connected to a netgear router.
I'm running Windows 7 on my desktop, and I've had problems since yesterday with my pc. My Vista notebook, ipad3, ipod touch, android based phone and blackberry are all able to connect to the wifi, but my desktop is unable to connect to the wifi or ethernet. Things were working fine until yesterday, when I had to power cycle, after which the desktop connection stopped, though other devices are working fine. My ipconfig details are as follows:
Windows IP Configuration Host Name . . . . . . . . . . . . : DELL-PC Primary Dns Suffix . . . . . . . : Node Type . . . . . . . . . . . . : Hybrid IP Routing Enabled. . . . . . . . : No WINS Proxy Enabled. . . . . . . . : No DNS Suffix Search List. . . . . . : reliancebroadband.co.in
I have one computer that is unable to connect to the internet. This is a wired desktop running Vista. I have several wireless devices around the house that can connect fine, so I know that it is not the internet. I have tried a system restore, I have reset the router and rebooted the computer. The network diagnostics says there might be a problem with one or more network adapters on this computer....I have tried all of those solutions as well. When I look at the device manager I see a yellow exclamation point beside "isatap.domain.invalid". Does this mean that my network card is out??? Computer is now out of warranty
I have problem connecting the wifi router to my desktop (running Windows XP) through LAN. When i connect the internet cable directly to my desktop, it was working. But when i connect the internet cable to wifi router, then a LAN cable from router to desktop, my desktop is showing that the network cable was disconnected. I have used the different lan cable too. I have used the reset function too. But the problem was not solved. I am getting the wifi access. But the connection between the router and the desktop was not established.
Desktop won't connect to internet. I have a Belkin router and my laptops connect to the internet. My Netflix Rokus connects to the internet.I have tried your suggestion with reset winsock and reset IPv4 TCP/IP stack to installation defaults,etc. [code]