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Pinging problem I can not ping with loopback or any ip itself

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  • Ron
    Ron May 11, 2010

    please supply information on the screen when you try to ping 127.0.0.1

    It could be that the NIC is not working at all (Windows does not see it), or the networking components have failed.

    go to command propmpt and do the ping, right-click, select all, CTRL-C, and paste in here (remove anything that may be private, there should be nothing there)

  • John Hong
    John Hong May 11, 2010

    You cannot ping 127.0.0.1 ?

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In the cmd prompt try 127.0.0.1 enter
unplug ur network cable and then try

ping 127.0.0.1

if u r getting 4 packets and there is no packet loss then ur network card is ok. Else replace network cards

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How to Make a Ping Utility on Windows NT Systems?


Helps in determining TCP/IP networks IP address as well as determine issues with the network and assists in resolving them. See the ping definition for a full description.
Pings the localhost. which helps determine if the computer can send information out and receive the information back from itself.
Note: The above command does not send information over network, but can indicate if the card can respond .
Ping supports the ability to ping an Internet address. In the above example, we pinged "computerhope.com" and as can be seen, received four responses back. If we couldn't reach the server or the server was blocking our request we would have lost all four packets .
Allows you to ping another computer where <69.72.169.241> can be the IP address of the computer you want to ping. If you do not get a reply or get lost packets you have a problem with your network, which can be a cable issues, network card issues, drivers. router. switch. or other network problem.

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Ping ip address


I think there may be a connection problem from your side or in that ip address you pining.So better reset the modem or router then ping it.
To ping ip address you can use method in windows XP.
Goto start-run-command prompt-Ping ip address
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I have by cannon 6570i moddel ihave continew error {chek the network conection chek the tcp ip the defalt key is curruptedor invelid}


1) Select the following service mode COPIER>TEST>NETWORK>PING, and select PING.
2) Enter the IP addressof your PC using the numeric keys on the control panel, and press OK.
3) Press the start key.
- OK is displayed if Ping succeeds, but NG is displayed if it ends in failure.

Perform this procedure only when connecting the machine to networks.
If the machine fails to be connected to networks, any of the following causes is probable.
a. Connection failure between networks and the machine
b. TCP/IP setting failure of the machine
c. User network failure
d. Main controller PCB failure
The detailed check methods are as follows.

Checking with Loopback Address
you can check whether TCP/IP settings of
the machine are appropriate by executing Ping with this address.
1) Enter the loopback address (127.0.0.1) in PING.
- If NG is displayed, check TCP/IP settings of the machine again, and re-execute Ping.
- If OK is displayed, perform the next check.
Checking with Local Host Address
The local host address is the IP address of the machine. Since the local host address returns in response to the network controller by executing Ping with the address, you can check whether the network controller (main controller PCB) is in a normal condition.
1) Enter the IP address of the machine in PING.
If NG is displayed, take the following actions, and re-execute Ping.
- IP address error of the machine: Check to see again if the IP address settings of the machine are appropriate. Ask the system administrator whether the allocated IP address is valid.
- Failure in the main controller PCB: Replace the main controller PCB
If OK is displayed, a cause may be user's network environment. Inform the system administrator of the current situation, and ask for measures.

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ASALAM

CONNECT BOTH PC WITH CROSSOVER WIRE OR MORE THEN TWO PCS THEN ADD SWITCH LIKE TPLINK WITH STRAIGHT WIRE

LOOPBACK ADOPTER SHOWS LOGICAL CONNECTIVITY BETWEEN DIFFERENT COMPUTERTS WITHOUT INERNET

ON 1ST COMPUTER DO THE FOLLOWING !!
GOTO CONTROL PANEL
> ADD HARDWARE
>YES I ALREADY CONNECTED
>ADD A NEW HARDWARE(FOUND AT THE END)
>I MANUALLY SELECT FROM THE LIST
>NETWORK ADOPTER (CLICK NEXT)
>MICROSOFT
>MICROSOFT LOOPBACK ADOPTER
>GO TO NETWORK CONNECTION LOCATED IN CONTROL
>ASSIGN IP RANGE TO LOOPBACK ADOPTER
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IP 192.168.1.2
SUBNET 255.255.255.0
DEFAULT GATEWAY 192.168.1.1
DNS 192.168.1.1

ON THE SECOND COMPUTER PERFORM THESE STEPS
BUT WITH DIFFERENT IP LIKE SAME RANG 192.168.1.3
AND PING THE 1ST COMPUTER FROM THE SECOND
LIKE
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TYPE THE FOLLOWING COMMAND IN RUN.

>IF YOU RECEIVE REPLY IT MEANS BOTH PC ARE CONNECTED TO EACH OTHER LOGICALLY.
>IF RECEIVE TIME OUT MEANS SOMETHING IS WRONG.

>PERFORM THIS STEP AGAIN FROM 1ST COMPUTER.

YOUR FILE SHARING AND GAMES START WORKING WITH NO INTERNET.
TO ACCESS FILES SHARING FROM PC2
TYPE THE FOLLOWING COMMAND IN RUN
\\192.168.1.3

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MASSAM
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What is the loop backup ip and why its being use?


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My G Mimo Plus adapter won't pull and IP address. Any suggestions?


Is there a RESET button on the back of the router, if so power it up and press the RESET button until all the LEDs flash and reconfigure the router.
Try a different LAN cable, the other could be faulty
Install the latest LAN and wireless card drivers (this problem sometimes occurs when you install a new router).
Check the LAN and wireless cards are functioning correctly in Device Manager.

Open the DOS cmd window.
Test the NIC - loopback test address - ping 192.0.0.1
Ping the router's IP configuration address
Type ipconfig to see what IP address you get (if any)
Type inconfig /renew all - this will (should) get a new IP address from the router's DHCP

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Ping is one of the first tools to use to check computer, router and Internet connectivity. It's run at a command prompt, but getting the basic information is quite easy. You can do the whole thing in 30 seconds. 1. To run ping, type Start > Run. 2. Type cmd in the Run window, and click OK. A black and white command line window pops up. 3. Type ping followed by an IP address or a DNS address. 4. Press Enter to execute the command. Three useful examples: 1. ping 127.0.0.1 (This is a "loopback ping" ? your computer trying to talk to itself. This tests whether your computer is able to handle Ethernet traffic. If this has a negative result, the computer has an operating system problem.) 2. ping 192.168.1.1 (If the result is "Request timed out", type ping 192.168.0.1. If that also times out, then the computer is not making a connection to your router.) 3. ping www.netgear.com. (Tests whether your computer can contact Internet computers.) When there is no problem, the ping results look as shown in the following screenshot. Three items of interest in the results are highlighted with arrows. The first arrow shows the computer being contacted is replying. (The DNS address "www.netgear.com" is converted by ping into the equivalent IP address, 10.1.1.86.) This shows both that your network is connnected to the Internet, and that that computer on the Internet is running normally. www.netgear.com is always running, so this is a good test address to use. The second arrow shows that Ethernet packets have "0% loss". This is the best possible result. It means that the network connection is lightly loaded, and that it has not been necessary to transmit any of the same information twice. The third arrow shows the average time it took to answer. "Average = 0ms" is the best possible result. Probably you'll only get responses this quickly from computers on your own network. Interpreting Ping when There's a Problem As far as NETGEAR equipment, the problem you're most likely to run into is "Request Timed Out". This means there is no connection. Read these posts: http://www.fixya.com/ThreadView.aspx?prdid=252225&thid=102077 and http://www.fixya.com/ThreadView.aspx?prdid=252225&thid=102074 Another error is "Unknown host", which just means that the DNS or IP address you typed doesn't exist. Probably, you made a typo. Other problems are generally outside the scope of NETGEAR support. Often they are problems with your ISP ? contact them with concerns. A controversial situation is when packet loss is not 0%. Sometimes this indicates a severe problem, but in other situations it doesn't indicate any problem whatever. However anything higher than 5% is definitely a problem. If the average round trip time is > 500 ms, there' s possible latency problem. Again, contact your ISP. Limitations of the Ping Tool * Ping is not a good tool for diagnosing intermittent problems. * Good results are reliable, but ?bad results? could be caused by any number of things, and are not necessarily reliable! * Ping uses ICMP, which has low priority, showing speeds that are slower than regular network traffic. Some computers reject ICMP, and therefore pinging, entirely. * When an IP appears between the source and destination in a traceroute command it does *not* mean that that IP must be pingable.

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