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I'm curious how you determine that there is no interference, but that aside, it depends on what you are pinging. If you are pinging a host on the Internet, the packet could have been lost between the AP and the destination host. If you are pinging the AP directly, it is a little unusual for the conditions described, but it seems unlikely for wireless to be ...


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If you have the IP address but you do not know the host name, then there is no way for you to get to the web site. The web server is probably running virtual hosts, which work by checking the Host: HTTP header. If you don't provide that header, the server has no idea what site to give you. Some servers are configured to give you a list of the sites at an ...


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Your firewall does not only filter ICMP but UDP as well. Per default, Linux traceroute uses UDP for probes - not ICMP. Moreover, you can use TCP SYN with option -T, UDP Lite with -UL or request ICMP echo like ping with -I. Option -p sends the probe to and option --sport from a specific port. I suggest you try to probe an IP address without resolving the ...



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