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revised Why does “curl” command work normally while “ping” not?
add port to perl script
May
28
comment Why does “curl” command work normally while “ping” not?
@Nan Xiao The perl program is not making a request like curl. It is possible that the firewall from your network allow only connection to port 80. ping and curl give different results from my ISP.
May
28
revised Why does “curl” command work normally while “ping” not?
add ping and curl output
May
28
comment Why does “curl” command work normally while “ping” not?
@Nan Xiao as it was suggested in the comments to your question, ICMP is probably blocked by corporate firewall
May
28
awarded  Informed
May
28
answered Why does “curl” command work normally while “ping” not?
May
28
answered Vimserver on Cygwin
May
16
answered command to press a key after delay ubuntu
May
2
awarded  Caucus
Nov
10
awarded  Critic
Nov
10
answered How do I see what connections are being made?
Nov
8
revised VirtualBox to use dual monitors
updated link to pdf manual
Nov
8
suggested approved edit on VirtualBox to use dual monitors
Oct
13
awarded  Excavator
Oct
13
revised Windows SSH Servers?
replaced dead link to "theillustratednetwork.mvps.org" with web page archive
Oct
13
suggested approved edit on Windows SSH Servers?
Feb
11
revised Native build of gcc compiler on windows 7 x64
deleted 10 characters in body
Feb
8
comment Native build of gcc compiler on windows 7 x64
@Cole, installing gcc is much easier than building it from source. For example, TDM-GCC bundle installer provide a C compiler and associated tools in a few mouse clicks.
Feb
8
revised Native build of gcc compiler on windows 7 x64
added link to TDM-GCC "Bundle Installer"