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Netgear GSM7224V2 - ProSafe 24G Basic Connectivity Query

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Could someone please help with a query setting up basic connectivity on a Netgear GSM7224V2 - ProSafe 24G Switch.

I am trying to ping from the switch to pc on the same subnet.

Steps taken so far:

1. Factory reset Switch, switch picks up IP details via DHCP
2. Logging into the switch CLI and issuing PING command

Both switch and pc are on the same subnet.  I can ping from the PC to the switch, but not from the switch to the PC...  Could anyone assist please?

Some output from the switch below.

Thanks in advance.
(GSM7224V2) >show network

Interface Status............................... Always Up
IP Address..................................... 10.20.0.141
Subnet Mask.................................... 255.255.255.0
Default Gateway................................ 10.20.0.254
IPv6 Administrative Mode....................... Enabled
IPv6 Prefix is ................................ FE80::3246:9AFF:FE16:968/64
Burned In MAC Address.......................... 30:46:9A:16:09:68
Locally Administered MAC address............... 00:00:00:00:00:00
MAC Address Type............................... Burned In
Configured IPv4 Protocol....................... DHCP
Configured IPv6 Protocol....................... None
IPv6 AutoConfig Mode........................... Disabled
Management VLAN ID............................. 1

(GSM7224V2) >show ip interface b

                                                    Netdir   Multi
Interface    State  IP Address      IP Mask         Bcast    CastFwd
----------   -----  --------------- --------------- -------- --------

(GSM7224V2) >

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Windows I guess? Sounds like windows firewall is on and blocking pings. If you can ping the switch and both are on the same subnet, I'd check that first
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I honestly can not believe I didnt think of that... thankyou so much..
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