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How to call a website from pc using a non registered domain name?

Usually When you ping a website (e.g Google.com) it replies with a specific Ip My question is: Is there anyway where you can call a website and replies with an IP you have set manaually like 1.2.3.4 ...
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How many packets lost is “affordable” in terms of stable network?

Recently I've been having some issues with my internet connection. My mom complained that internet stops working sometimes and it comes back after a while. It didn't happen to me, but did see it ...
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0answers
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Is it possible to “ping” an embedded device connected through a JTAG interface (USB)?

I currently have an atmel at91sam7x256 embedded device that is connected to my Windows machine through a JTAG interface of USB type. I am having difficulties getting the ethernet port to work, and ...
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1answer
75 views

I want to ping IP using LAN cable not wireless

I have one machine connect to network using two method : Wireless - got internet access - Class C ip : 192.168.2.xx - Connect with local network with few PCs. LAN do not have internet access ...
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2answers
65 views

Apparent IP doesn't take me to website

I noticed that sometimes, when ping requesting a website, I receive an IP Address that doesn't in fact take me to that domain name. It instead takes me to the default server page. For example, if I ...
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0answers
39 views

Ping issues and configuration issues

My host machine has an IP 10.116.65.150 and my secondary machine is part of the same network. (( I did connect my laptop to the same ethernet and switch link as I had connected my secondary machine ...
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Ping IP/Hostname works laptop A to B, Can Ping Hostname but IP timed out laptop B to A

I have 2 laptops on home wireless network (Linksys Router). From Laptop A, I can ping Laptop B by hostname as well as by IP just fine. From Laptop B, I can ping Laptop A by hostname but when I ping ...
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Why do I experience latency to certain IP's

This one has me stumped. I read a lot and ask very few questions. I usually have 2 or 3 SSH sessions at any given time. Monitoring applications, working on server configs that type of daily grind. ...
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3answers
301 views

Ping returns statistics with duplicates

If I go into terminal and type ping -c2 -i30 (MY IP ADDRESS) I get a list of 80 entries with my ping statistics stating I've got +78 duplicates. Does that mean there are two devices connected to ...
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1answer
663 views

Ping retrieves an IP from DNS, but loses all packets

I'm working with a minimal installation of RHEL 6. When I first turned this machine on, it couldn't ping anybody. It turned out that I needed to add the GATEWAY under /etc/sysconfig/networking and ...
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1answer
367 views

Why I cannot ping local IPs on my Mac? [duplicate]

I'm trying to ping local IPs on my Mac but it's not working as I would expect. If I ping 127.0.0.1, there's no problem: PING 127.0.0.1 (127.0.0.1): 56 data bytes 64 bytes from 127.0.0.1: icmp_seq=0 ...
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3answers
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Unable to ping a Windows machine from Linux

I have Windows installed on my laptop, connected to the router wirelessly with IP 192.168.1.5. My desktop is running Linux, connected to the same router (wired) with IP 192.168.1.2. When I do a ping ...
3
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1answer
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Ping server/domain and capture its IP on Linux

With Windows, you could ping a given domain name and capture the IP as a variable, even if no reply was received. I believe the command looked something like this: ping domain.com for /f "tokens=1,2 ...
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2answers
220 views

Why does ping sometimes decrease in a traceroute?

I've run a traceroute. (see image). The "Avg" column shows that on hop 7, the ping actually decreases between ping 6 and 8. This can't be due to an anomaly because this data is averaged over 24 ...
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Is it allowed to Ping Backbones or other ISP Servers for a prolonged pingtest? [closed]

I made a few Ping tests until now, once I made it a whole week, but now I'm not so sure about the thoughts of the Admins which are owning the servers I ping. Now, I have found a few posts which are ...
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1answer
277 views

Connected via UMTS but can't ping default gateway

I have a UMTS modem/Windows computer that can't connect properly to the internet. It gets an active PDP context and Windows gets an IP address from DHCP, DNS and default gateway addresses. But no ...
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2answers
293 views

What does this Ping answer mean?

This is the output from an attempt to ping from a Windows 7 computer with an LTE modem plugged in. The LED on the device tells me that the device has a data (IP) connection, but the Windows network ...
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4answers
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Why does pinging 192.168.072 (only 2 dots) return a response from 192.168.0.58?

I mistakenly missed the dot off of an IP address and typed in 192.168.072. To my surprise I connected to a machine at 192.168.0.58 If I ping 192.168.072 I get responses from 192.168.0.58. Why is ...
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1answer
64 views

Can't connect to the web

I have 2 laptops. One is Windows 7 PC, another is Apple. I also have a DSL modem and a router. The problem is I can't connect from the Windows 7 but can from Apple. I can ping the router without any ...
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1answer
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What does `Type: IP (0x0800)` in the Ethernet II part of a ping packet mean?

If I ping to another pc in my network I send a packet that consists out of an ICMP part, a IPv4 part and a Ethernet II part. I can see this using the packet analyser 'wireshark'. Now the Ethernet II ...
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3answers
280 views

Prevent connection to specific IP on specific connection

Here's the problem. I have two network connections on my DEV machine. LAN - Connects to the building network and internet. IP is assigned by DHCP and is 192.168.30.XX. LOCAL - Connects to a switch, ...
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3answers
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why can I ping any word and get response? (i.e. cake)

I have a 3D printer hooked up to a business class network. For some reason I found that I can ping any word and get a response from a specific ip address (always the same number). The printer's ...
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2answers
911 views

Timeout while testing MTU via ping

I tested it on Windows 7 and Ubuntu 11.10 with MTU size 1500B. IP packet - 20B ICMP packet - 8B 1500 - 28 = 1472 So maximum packet that I could ping without fragmentation is 1472B, and this is ...
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3answers
1k views

Cannot ping a device with an IP

I have a device (an handheld gauge with display) that has a ethernet cable allow transfer of data to the computer. I wired the ethernet cable to the computer. The device can ping itself to be ...
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2answers
475 views

Can't access network shares from a specific computer on my home network

I'm trying to connect to the Windows share on my laptop from my main PC, but the laptop doesn't respond to ping (I ping by IP, get timed out). I can, however, ping the main PC from the laptop, and ...
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1answer
200 views

Why won't pinging from other locations than home give any replies?

I am pinging myself and I get replies as normal. But when I ask my friend from another house to ping my IP, he doesn't get replies. How is this possible? The modem is on and the IP has not changed. ...
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Stubborn APIPA Issue (possible IPv4 problem, IPv6 = okay?)

I have one Windows 7 desktop that seems to be stuck on an APIPA address. It can see the other computers in the workgroup, but seemingly only communicate via IPv6 (see below), and can't access outside ...
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7answers
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Why can't I email myself at: MyEmail@74.125.235.55?

I opened cmd and typed ping gmail.com. It shows me: C:\Windows\system32>ping gmail.com Pinging gmail.com [74.125.235.55] with 32 bytes of data: Reply from 74.125.235.55: bytes=32 time=6ms TTL=56 ...
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4answers
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When I ping one address in windows, it says another address was unreachable. Why?

When I ping this address on my internal network, it says "reply from ....165". See below. What does it mean? How is .165 relevant in this scenario? Pinging 192.168.1.10 with 32 bytes of data: Reply ...
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Possible to “ping” url:port? (OS X-GeekTool)

I'm trying to use GeekTool (Mac pref pane... basically just embeds output of a shell command/script on the desktop... ...
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2answers
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My network is losing the ip-address

It happens often after a while und ubuntu 8.04 on my notebook in my wired LAN. After I couldn't find a reason in the logs I started a terminal and a ping. Reading my emails I recognized that the ...