One of the computers (The one running XP) will not respond to ping. I can see it in the "Network" on the Vista computers but when I ping the both the ip and the computer name, I get "request timed out".
domain-name-system windows-7 ping. asked Mar 20 '15 at 14:40. Kevin S. Miller. 131 1 1 silver badge 2 2 bronze to get a backup server (machine) to automatically start if the main server (machine) fails (i.e. does not longer respond to ping, or something). We're talking physical servers, not backup hp ping. asked Mar 19 '15 at 9:19. Get A Ping Issue On Windows 8? Just Fix It Only Activate ICMP Xcho Requests On Windows 8 / 8.1 To Respond To Ping Commands In Windows 7, we needed to create a rule to activate the response to an echo request, but in Windows 8 / 8.1 there is a built-in rule that needs to be activated. If you completely disable the firewall, ping … Default TTL (Time To Live) Values of Different OS - Subin Apr 14, 2014 How to PIng an IP address within your windows 7 or Windows
ping -n 1
Will send only 1 ping request. And you should be able to find the reply line using none other than the FIND command. So, something like this: ping -n 1 | FIND "Reply" UPDATE. I know the above works on an English, Windows 7 machine.
How to get only the reply line of a ping test on Windows ping -n 1
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Jan 18, 2010 Allow Incoming Ping (Echo Request) Without Disabling However, the ping response should be enabled in advance for the network device to be able to reply. Otherwise, you will get Request timed out instead of response. Unfortunately the majority of users go and disable Windows Firewall when they want to allow ICMP response to have Ping command working. How to Fix 'Windows 7 Not Responding' Problem - May 2017 May 09, 2017 How to Enable ICMP (PING) through the Windows Firewall