Question about Dell Latitude D600 Notebook
I have a Dell Latitude D620. I have AVG as my anti-virus software and Windows Firewall as the firewall. I am using Windows XP SP3. I work a lot with Cisco equipment and I need the ability to TFTP from my laptop to Cisco devices. The problem I have is when I try to PING my laptop from a Cisco device (ASA firewall, router, switch) I cannot ping my NIC (Broadcom NetXtreme 57xx Gigabit Controller). I can ping the Cisco devices from my laptop without any issues. Because of this, it is preventing me from being able to TFTP Cisco IOS images and files from my laptop to a Cisco device.
I have uninstalled my network adapter and had Windows discover and install it again. I also have updated the BIOS (A10) and the NIC driver to the latest driver on Dell's website. I have uninstalled my previous anti-virus software (Trend Micro OfficeScan) and switch to AVG but still to no avail.
I'm lost as to where to go next. I don't want to reimage my drive.
Any help would be greatly appreciated!
Thanks in advance,
With vista I had the same problem, but when I enabled network fileshareing and set up some network drives it started to answer on ping requests, so it should be one of the networking protocols to enable.
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