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one ip is not pinging in my server

Posted on 2008-06-15
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when i checked i cannot ping one particualar ip in my linux machine

while www.google.com is pinging


please advice how to rectify this?
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Question by:jaisonshereen
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by:http:// thevpn.guru
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maybe the IP is simply down, or the firewall is setup to not respond to icmp/ping requests.
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by:jaisonshereen
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ip is not down becaue tomcat running on that ip is showing webpage..

how to chek firewall is setup to not respond to icmp/ping requests.?
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iptables -nL
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by:http:// thevpn.guru
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The command above can only be used if you do have access to the server..otherwise it is guaranteed that either the server or a firewall device infront of it is blocking icmp requests since tomcat can be viewed
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by:Tintin
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Where are you trying to ping the IP address from?  On the same LAN?
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by:michofreiha
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Did you try to ping the ip from the same Linux machine?
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by:jaisonshereen
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now problem is rectified by my friend i dono how ...

but another problem...

i want to check the iptables of windows and check ..

one ip *.92 is preventing by the server *.64

how to check that?

i have access to the servers

*.92 is linux which send request to *.64

how to check *.64 blocking *.92?
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*.64 is a windows machiine... i want to list iptables like linux in windows
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by:Mysidia
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Windows itself doesn't block anything, except if one of these is true:

* You've turned on Windows firewall  

* IP Filtering is configured in  Network Connections > (connection) > Properties
> TCP/IP Settings > Advanced

* Third-party filtering software is installed.

Change the firewall exceptions/settings in the GUI, or turn it off.

By default Windows firewall blocks ICMP from anywhere
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