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Hello,

I can ping a device (that use a ftp service) with one computer (means on static IP) but cannot with another one with EXACTLY the same network configuration (instead of IP for sure).

Any idea?

THX, ++
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Is this on the same LAN connected to the same Router/Switches?  Are you pining the IP or the hostname?
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Hello,

Same LAN, same router, into a domain, I ping the IP.

thx
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I would suggest running a tracert on it to see the path it maybe trying to take and comparing that to the working unit.

This may seem silly but make sure that the unit is able to ping other objects as well to see if its just communication with one machine or a more general issue.
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that's my problem... the only machine how need to acces this host doesn't work... all others are OK... crazy...


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OK I will use another machine... but this is so strange !!!
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