My PC (windows 7) from time to time looses connectivity to one speciffic server. I.e i can't ping that server. This normally lasts a few minutes. During this time i can ping all other servers and my pc can be pinged from other computers. Also note that while i cannot ping this server, it can be pinged from other computers.
Note that all computers, including all servers are i the same subnet and there is no routing involved.
1) Does anyone know what may be causing this?
2) Is there any tool that can help me troublshoot this? Is there a tool like tracert (layer3) but for layer 2 that shows the path that the ICMP packet takes? i.e the switches it goes through?
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