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I'm try to ping a host name and it resolve to a IP(1.82.184.10).
But it does ping a strange IP(1.0.229.138)
What the problem here?

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1.0.229.138 is a router on the way from you to 1.82.184.10. It informs you that it cannot reach the host (1.82.184.10) to deliver your ICMP packet. Most probably the host is down.

BTW, ping is not a tool to look up IP adresses, use nslookup for this.

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NO. 1.82.184.10 is not down. –  Magic Nov 12 '12 at 7:46
    
Then, it is filtered and 1.0.229.138 is a firewall. –  bortzmeyer Nov 12 '12 at 8:38

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