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I can ping hostname on our internal network but cannot ping Internal Ip addresses

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for some reason I cannot ping any device on the internal network but I can ping the host-name.
DHCP and DNS are running off the server.
Its a 2008  r2 server.
We have a router attached to a switch which all the devices and server are attached to.
DHCP is not running on the router.
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by:yo_bee
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Have you confirmed that the ip-address that the ping host-name is returning is the same?
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by:BBrayton
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WHen I ping it shows a only IPV6 address. it shows no IPV4 which is strange
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by:BBrayton
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ok if you put ping -4 hostname it shows the ipv4 and yes it does resolve the ip
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by:yo_bee
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interesting.
Have you tried pinging from another machine to see if you get the same results?
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by:BBrayton
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im not onsite right now but i looked it up and IPV6 takes presidence over ipv4 when you ping localhost.
but the issue still remains that i cant ping ipv4 addresses
it should still ping.
when i installed a new printer on the network i had to use the hostname for the pc to see the printer. it would not see the IPv4 address. I even used a static ip on the printer too.
it seems that something is blocking IPV4. just dont know what it is
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have your done a nslookup from the guest machine?
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by:BBrayton
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I will be onsite today. I will test
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TimotiSt earned 500 total points
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Initial guess: IPv4 addressing is not working (DHCP stopped, misconfigured, etc) and IPv6 works as it uses SLAAC.
Can you post a few screenshots/outputs trying to ping by name and by v4 and v6 address?
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by:BBrayton
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I created a new scope and it is now working great!! Thanks for your help guys!!
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all set
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Thanks for your help guys!!
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