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Netcomm wireless router network cannot ping lan pcs

Posted on 2006-10-20
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Hi all

I have a netcomm NB9W router/modem with wireless network setup.  have 2 pc's connected to this router over wireless.  i am able to ping from PC1 and PC2 to the router but am unable to ping PC1 <-> PC2.  All WAN services are running from both machines.

the router can ping both machines.  When I hardwire a PC into the router over cat5, i am then able to ping PC1 <-> PC2.  Any ideas on how i can trace the problem?

Rgds and thanx for your time

Andy
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by:Jay_Jay70
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any firewalls configured or running including the windows one?
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by:atomic
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hi jayjay

i have removed all firewalls to eliminate any blocking issues.
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by:Jay_Jay70
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and the problems still persists?
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by:atomic
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yes, i cannot ping either PC over wireless, but can ping from the router to each PC.  is there a way to reinstall all network associated drivers etc?
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you can reset the tcpip stack

netsh int ip reset c:\reset.tct
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by:atomic
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tried that a while back with no diff.  i am borrowing a billion router to see if i can eliminate the router as the problem.  will keep u posted, thanx for your help and time..

andy
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by:FriarTuk
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are they members of the same workgroup & do they both have enabled netbios over tcp/ip?  do a start - run - cmd - ipconfig /all & post results here for comparison.
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by:atomic
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hi all

i have not got to the workgroup stage yet, i simply need to ping.  i decided to reset the Netcomm router back to defaults and supise surprise, it now works.  i guess the tcp/ip stack on the netcomm box was corrupted so yeah, all resolved.  

Thanx for all your help guys and keep up the good work

Andy.
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cheers mate
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