VPN client connects but can't ping any hosts Below is the configuration of a PIX 501, which I want to accept connections from VPN software clients. I can successfully connect to the PIX using the VPN client 18.104.22.168.0290, and I can ping the PIX at 192.168.5.1, but I can't ping or connect to any hosts behind the PIX. If I try to ping an address e.g. ping www.google.com I won't receive any packets: PING www.google.com (22.214.171.124): 56 data bytes --- www.google.com ping statistics --- 4 packets transmitted, 0 packets received, 100% packet loss But it has resolved the domain name to an IP address. Thinks I've tried: - I tried this from another post but it Here's my problem: Whenever a host receives a DHCP address from my MS DHCP server, it can only ping certain servers and hosts in the 192.168.0.0/16 space. For instance, the host can ping anything in 192.168.5.0 and 192.168.3.0 but has troubles in the 192.168.0.0 range. For example, you can ping the UpCloud domain with like so. ping upcloud.com. If the domain does not reply, the problem is most likely with the way your server resolves domain names to IP addresses. Check your server’s DNS records. sudo cat /etc/resolv.conf. The list should contain a minimum 1 name server. Hi, I'm pretty new to business-level routers (I have programming and certain Ubuntu system admin experience though) but I'm facing a problem with Cisco 4431 router. We have a client with quite strict security policy. The router resides in client's network, with external IP (126.96.36.199) assigned b Oct 20, 2010 · Clients have Server IP as DNS Server: 192.168.191.2 Both they get from the DHCP Server on the Server S1. DNS Configuration: Revers Lookup Forward Lookup. Please Help me, I really do not know why DNS Server doesn't work. P.S. On the Server I can ping the Server itself by Fully Qualified Domain Name "s1.hasa.local" and by IP. The Client is
Brilliant. The above solution didn't work for me (regarding adding a ".something") because it already has one. Mine is ardee.local. Same scenario, can do an nslookup ardee.local, but can't do ping ardee.local. So restarting the dnscache works here. – Ardee Aram Jun 11 '13 at 4:59
Oct 26, 2001 · Run Winipcfg at the W98 machine and see if you have a DNS server then ping the DNS server to see if it is available. Also make sure you haven't overridden the IP entries at the client. Leave all entries blank for DHCP. Finally, check to see if you are making assumptions about a DNS suffix at the client. But, if I try and change the router's settings to set the pi as its DNS server (and change the laptop's DNS server back to the default), everything stops working. Specifically, the pi can ping everyone on the network except the router; it also can't ping IPs off-network or resolve any hostname except for pi.hole. The computers can ping the
Jan 06, 2011 · Pinging yahoo.com does not work, ie there is no response. Flushing the DNS and then re-registering had no affect either. Printing/displaying the DNS contents simply gave information about loopback. In safe-mode I am able to ping the DNS server and browse the internet.
Jan 06, 2011 · Pinging yahoo.com does not work, ie there is no response. Flushing the DNS and then re-registering had no affect either. Printing/displaying the DNS contents simply gave information about loopback. In safe-mode I am able to ping the DNS server and browse the internet. May 10, 2012 · Based on your comment I removed the dns entry for the second DNS server (dc2) from the non-domain workstation so now it only see's one DNS server the one in which I am making changes on. I can ping the FQDN of the CNAME now. I am able to resolve the cname from bot dns servers without the FQDN on "DOMAIN" computers only. Mar 16, 2020 · Hi, in this article, I am going to explain about DNS Name Resolution problem to IP Address. In LAN network environment, we have frequently experienced this Name Resolution problem with ip address. The following scenarios are we face in day to day life. One can: Ping Remote Machine by IP Address but can not by Computer Name I can ping clients, but I can't ping my server. by srikant8 One thing I haven't done is to get the DNS server information from my cable provider. At this time I was hoping to set up a domain I have a domain name that I want to point to my private server as I am setting up the server and the server is on the virtual machine. I have set the static IP and add that IP to my domain DNS setting.but when I ping domain name in PowerShell or CMD.. like ping domain.com => "ping request could not find the host domain.com.