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ping TOS values

Windows Server® 2008 offers ping -v TOS Type Of Service (IPv4-only) Trying to figure out what they mean I came that far that this has to do with IPv4's "Type of Service" Field – ...
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3answers
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NSLOOKUP and NBLOOKUP give one IP address; PING finds another

In a Windows Server 2008 domain the on-site domain controller serves as both DNS and WINS server. It is also a DHCP server. One workstation is used as a platform for all admin of the various servers ...
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I am unable to ping two machines each other despite they are on same domain network

I am having two VM's equipped with 180 trial versions of Windows server 2008 R2 SP1. In one i have configured active directory domain services and ran dcpromo.exe on it and added the other server to ...
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1answer
111 views

Linux server cannot be pinged

I have set up a Linux server in DMZ. There is another Windows server running in same DMZ. These two servers can be pinged via internet using my home PC. However, the another Linux server rented from a ...
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1answer
862 views

Can't ping from my Amazon EC2 instance running Windows Server 2008 R2

I have been searching for a while, but it seems like most people have same issue but in the other direction. Meaning that the can't seem to ping their Server. I am trying to use putty to access my ...
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1answer
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Can't ping site on site's server on Windows Server 2008

I have a few websites that I can't ping from within the server it's on, but other websites that share the same IP I can. I can view and ping all applications outside of the server. The IP is correct ...
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1answer
104 views

2 VMs with Win Server 08 - how to ping/connect to a DB?

In the past, I always installed SQL Server on the same machine as the server application that would be using it. Now for the first time I need to install a MS SQL Server 2008 R2 DB instance on a ...
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3answers
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Windows Server 2008 Standard, firewall disabled by Group Policy but ports are still filtered

Hihi, So vanilla install of WS2008R2S, disabled FW with GP and trying grab SNMP with another host on the same subnet. The output of both if/ipconfig's and nmap -p 161 is below. Both machines running ...
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DHCP gives a 0.0.0.0 subnetmask

I have a fresh Windows 2008 domain with one DC (DHCP, AD, DNS, WDS). Everything worked fine yesterday at the implementation day, but this morning all hell broke loose. Some workstation coudn't ...
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2answers
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Why can't I ping my server?

I am logged onto my Windows Server 2003. I am trying to ping another server that is Windows 2008 by using the command promt and putting in the ip address that I had given it. For some reason it seems ...
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Ping fail between two servers on same subnet when other devices on subnet can ping the servers just fine

I have two Dell servers running Server 2008 R2 Datacenter Service Pack 1 with Hyper-V. For some reason, these two servers cannot ping each other (nor can the VM's on each respective server ping VM's ...
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2answers
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Can anyone recommend utilities to measure response time of a Windows Terminal Server?

Users are currently experiencing performance problems when using RDP to connect to Windows Terminal Servers. Even users connected to the data centre directly on fibre link are experiencing problems, ...
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1answer
141 views

Windows Server 2008 ignores any change made to firewall

I have been trying for the last 2 hours to make my Windows Server 2008 answer ping. I have tried almost every single solution I have found on the web, so far nothing work. My current setup: 2 NIC ...
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0answers
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Win Server 2008: Can't ping internal machine by IP(IPv4), but can by name(IPv6)

I am not able to ping a couple machines within our network from our WinServer 2008 machine by IP. I am able to ping them by name though. So, it appears IPv4 pings are failing and IPv6 are ...
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2answers
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DNS lookup working but nothing pinging

I have three forward lookup zones in my DNS server. When I try pinging a server that's part of lookup zone A from a computer that's part of that same zone, I get a response. If I try pinging a ...
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1answer
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Default Firewall Rules on Windows 2008 Standard And Enterprise Edition Different?

Are the default firewall rules for Windows 2008 Standard Edition and Enterprise Edition the same or are they slightly different? Specifically, is PING disabled by default on Windows 2008 Enterprise ...
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Windows Server 2008 machine only responds to PING from some machines

I have a colocated Windows Server 2008 machine that replies to PING from some machines but not others (not most machines). I'm not sure where to start to diagnose what the problem is. The server is ...
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3answers
691 views

Ping, firewall or DNS issue on Win Server 2008 R2

I've installed windows server 2008 as a VM for the developers here to work on. Installed SQL Server 2008 as well as IIS7. I am not quite sure why, I can remote into that machine using the name I gave ...
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1answer
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Problem communicating with one machine in my domain

Context: 3 HyperV guest images (DC, SQL, MOSS) 1 internal network 1 domain (PJM.COM) DC: 192.168.0.192 SQL: 192.168.0.153 MOSS:192.168.0.160 I am having communication problems from/to the MOSS ...
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2answers
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Windows Server 2008, can't ping, but networking is fine

I'm setting up a Windows Server 2008 box, and everything is working great (database, remote login, etc.), but it doesn't respond to ping. Normally I might not care, but I'm setting up Nagios ...
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Ping issues with Windows Server 2008 R2 with mail server!

For some reason I can ping all servers in my network except for the mail server and the mail server can ping all servers except the windows server 2008 R2. The firewall has been disabled and still it ...
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1answer
697 views

Ping, nslookup and remote desktop issues

I have two computers named HOST and HOST2. We are migrating the server from HOST to HOST2. HOST is a old system running windows server 2003 and has static ip configured. HOST2 is the new system ...
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Enable Ping in Windows Server Firewall?

I've just installed Windows Server 2008 on a server and I'm able to connect through Remote Desktop but can't ping. Do I need to open an special port on the firewall to be able to ping a server?