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Need to run ping test know to type in "Ping -n"but what comes next

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Network administration is a serious job. This is especially true for companies that rely on computers to input, process and share data. The more computers or nodes in the network, the harder it gets to manage them. Fortunately, there are several tools can greatly simplify your job. They are called network monitoring tools. Many of them are open-source programs, and they are ready for download and installation.

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I have always found ss64.com helpful. Remember some commands vary by which version of Windows you are using and what resource kits may be installed. http://ss64.com/nt/

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How to ping server name


find command screen on windows computer. XP it is under accessories. On windows 8 you have to use the search facility to find CMD.
On black command screen enter command
PING "server name" where "server name" is the server you want to find such as Microsoft.com.

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Find Model Number and Serial Number Of Your Computer Using DOS Commands.<br /><br />Desktops and Laptops purchased from manufactures like DELL, IBM, etc comes with a serial number(or service tag) and a model name. If you ever loose this information, then you can use MS DOS commands to retrieve the information<br /><br /> To retrieve serial number of the computer run the following command<br /><br /> wmic bios get serialnumber<br /><br /> To retrieve model name of the computer run the following command<br /><br /> wmic csproduct get name<br /><br /> Extra TIP: To lauch directly from the RUN command ( Windows Key + R), and type cmd /k followed by the command.<br /> Exapmle to PING www.google.com until stop requested type cmd /k ping www.google.com -t<br />

on May 07, 2011 | Computers & Internet

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How to ping an IP address in Windows Applies to Windows XP, Windows Vista and...


How to ping an IP address in Windows

Applies to Windows XP, Windows Vista and Windows 7

1. Click Start - Run

2. Next enter "CMD" and click OK

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3. Next at the command prompt type "ping" then press the space bar and then enter the IP address that you would like to ping. After you have the command typed press the Enter key.

Example: ping 192.168.1.1

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4. If the IP address is valid and not blocked by a firewall then you should get a responce that looks like this.


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Note if you get a message like shown below this means that the ether you do not have a valid IP or ICMP Echo requests are being blocked.


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In most cases it is being blocked by the device that you are trying to ping. However it can be block in the Windows firewall or other software firewalls. The links below will help you verify that you have ICMP Echo enabled on your computer.

How to allow ping (ICMP Echo) request through Windows 7 Firewall

How to allow ping request through Norton Internet Security 2010 Smart Firewall

on Sep 21, 2010 | Computers & Internet

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Magicjack problems


you must be having internet issues,
run ping test on computer to check signal drops:

open command propt by pressing window key and 'r', type CMD , hit enter,
enter command : ping google.com -t
hit enter and let it run, notice the amount of timeouts, if too consistent , your internet is dropping packets,
you can also run speedtest from website: speedtest.net

Dec 16, 2013 | Computers & Internet

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My router is on but it seems so slow. i keep getting randomly disconnected, the connection is terrible and even when i turn it off for 30 seconds and on again it stills acts up, any ideas?


ping your router with a packet length strength. To do the ping test, go to Start-Run and type CMD and hit enter. Then, in the Command Prompt Window type in the following

ping 192.168.0.1 -l 30000 9

I suppose the 192.168.0.1 will be the default gateway of your router. To check which is the default gateway of your router you can double click the connection icon on your PC, and click the Support tab. You'll see the degault gateway IP third on the list.

Now, if it pings back all three times with times below 100ms then ok. If it doesnt then reduce the ping length to 20000, if again you have losses then reduce it again to 10000. If the ping loses packets and response is slow you'll probably need a new power cord.
If the pinging is ok at 30k then you'll probably need to change the LAN cable that leads from your internet connection onto the wifi router.
To verify this, run this command

ping google.com -l 10000 and see if you have any losses. If you do have losses, then do a ping like this

ping google.com -l 32000 if you again have losses in the ping then you'll need to change your LAN cable because the 32kb packet is almost a standard size of packets and it should have no problems to get through the router, unless the LAN cable is bad.

Hope this helps. Please vote a Thumbs Up if you found this useful and informative.

Jan 18, 2011 | NetGear WGR614 Wireless Router

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Test if your actually connected to the internet.

This assumes web pages fail. if not pingtest.net is one of many great sites to test connection speed.

Select 'Start' button
Select 'Run'
Type 'cmd'
Select 'Ok'
This opens a command window. Black with white text.
Type "ping 4.2.2.2" without quotes.
If you see "reply from" then you are connected but you may need to test DNS resolution.

DNS test:

Same command window.
Type "ping pingtest.net" without quotes

If you get a 'reply from' then you can resolve DNS.

If any of these ping test fail start with resetting your connection, see ipconfig /renew and/or ipconfig /flushdns then reviewing your connections and possibly contact your ISP.

Doing a Repair on XP - Vista - Windows 7 does the same (but more) as ipconfig.



on Jan 01, 2010 | Computers & Internet

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How to gateway ping


jaykid18

The first thing you to check is to see if you are able to ping through your computer firewall. This link will help you check this.

How to allow ping (ICMP Echo) request through Windows 7 Firewall

Next you will need to know what the IP address of you Gateway is. If you do not know what it is the link below will help you find out what your Gateway IP address is.

http://www.fixya.com/support/r4935363-determine_computers_ip_address

After you have the IP address to your Gateway you will need to ping the address. If you need help doing this link will help you do this.

http://www.fixya.com/support/r6097326-ping_ip_address_in_windows

Let me know if you have any more problems or questions

Issken
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CAN NOT CONNECT TO THE INTERNET. KEEP GETTING AN ERROR MESSAGE


What type of error message are you getting?

Meanwhile, go to the command prompt (start-run: type in cmd and press enter) and type in

ping google.com

If you do not get a response from google, then u actually have no Internet connectivity.

But before we can really resolve this quickly, please let me know what the error message u're getting is. Then let me know the results of the PING TEST.

CAH

Mar 16, 2010 | Acer Aspire One PC Notebook

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Unable to connect to internet.


Go to any working computer on your network.

go to start
programs
accessories
command prompt
at the command prompt, type ping and your IP address.

2) or go to start
go to run
in the run box, typr cmd,
at the command prompt type ping and your ip address

thanks

Jul 18, 2008 | HP Pavilion dv8000t Notebook

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Cannot connect second computer to my networn


I have listed several things here that you can use to find the problem. Sorry this is so long...network problems can be very tedious to find.

First check your version of Windows:
Double click on "My Computer", then click on "View System Information" to make sure you have at least Service Pack 1...or better yet....Service Pack 2.

Next check your Windows XP network settings:
Click on Start....Control Panel....Network Connections...Local Area Connection...Properties(button). Scroll down the list to find Internet Protocol(TCP/IP) and click on it to highlight it. Now click the properties button below the list. You should now be able to click the small buttons to select both of the "Obtain....automatically" choices for IP address and DNS server. Click on "OK" to close each of the windows.

Now you can test your computer to see if it is "talking" to the router: Click on Start...Run...and type "cmd" in the small box and click "OK". This will open a black command window where you tell the computer what to do. Type the command "ipconfig" and press return (enter). This will list your ip address, subnet mask, and default gateway. Make a note of the default gateway address so you can use it for the next test. If the IP address begins with 192.168...then your computer is probably communicating with the router okay. If your IP address is blank or starts with 169...then your network connection to the router may NOT be working.

The final test!!! Use the default gateway address from the last step to do a "ping" test. In the black command window...type "ping" followed by the default gateway address. For example: IF the default gateway happens to be 192.168.1.1....then type the ping command this way: ping 192.168.1.1

If the result is a list of replies from the gateway address...great!! Your network connection is working. If the ping command results in a list of "request timed out", or something else, then your network connection needs more help.

The ultimate test is to try using the Internet with your browser.
If this works, next try typing your gateway address into the brower address bar. It should connect you to the router setup page.(?)

Let me know the results of each of these tests, and I'll be happy to assist you further, if needed.

Jan 12, 2008 | Computers & Internet

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