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Ping command results in packet loss

Whenever I ping on my personal computer, nothing gets displayed other than a single statement. Upon stopping execution, I see that several packets were transmitted in the statistics. On top of all ...
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74 views

Using ping on multiple interfaces on a NIC

I have two systems and each have a NIC with two ethernet ports. One system has a verified NIC card, but the other has a NIC which has to be verified. I use ping to verify whether the interfaces on ...
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Is there some way I can start a (repeating) ping while the network is unreachable?

My ping command (on Debian 6 or 7) will repeatedly attempt to ping a server even while the network is down, if the network was up when it was started. Is there some way to start ping while the network ...
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1answer
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Route a local connection via an ethernet link in QNX

I am currently facing a challenge in QNX, where I have 2 Network Interfaces - viz. one Network port from PCIe Ethernet Expansion card (wm0) and other from the normal Ethernet port (en0). I have ...
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1answer
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Get a faster response for a ping

I noticed that the answer to my ping is slower in one debian machine that another. For the first one when i ping to 8.8.8.8: 64 bytes from 8.8.8.8: icmp_req=1 ttl=47 time=29.6 ms For the second ...
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traceroute gives only stars + how to fix

Please advise about the following problem. When I do: $ traceroute 8.8.8.8 I get in the output showing only stars, even though pinging to google.com ( 8.8.8.8) appears to be working. Please ...
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1answer
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How do I create an IPv6 overlay network?

I would like to create host-only IPv6 networks on two hosts and then route between them. On each host, there will be a dummy interface, at ipv6_prefix::9. I would like to be able to ping that ...
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What could cause a ping request to return inconsistently timed results

Here is a sample run: 64 bytes from 192.168.1.9: icmp_seq=27 ttl=64 time=8852.917 ms 64 bytes from 192.168.1.9: icmp_seq=28 ttl=64 time=7918.074 ms 64 bytes from 192.168.1.9: icmp_seq=29 ttl=64 ...
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1answer
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Did this tutorial block pings to my server?

I am a programmer teaching myself linux admin stuff. I followed this tutorial to setup a firewall on a VPS. As a part of that tutorial, I block all traffic except for web traffic and SSH traffic. I ...
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My Ping command does not seem to ever finish. Does that mean it is suceeeding?

I am pinging a remote IP. I know very little about the Ping command. When I ping the IP, it keeps going and going... I am not using the -t option. Me$ ping 137.30.124.104 PING 137.30.124.104 ...
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Ping wireless interface from wired interface

I'm performing some wireless measurements. The setup I'm now using is composed of a WiFi AP and two laptops. One laptop (A) and the AP are connected to a common switch, while the second laptop (B) ...
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1answer
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Strange ping behavior

I built a linux distribution using the Yocto Project, with little customization. It runs on a Single Board Computer. When I ping this machine, I get the following result: PING 10.128.11.1 ...
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Can one ping a NIC by MAC

I have an NIC card on a Debian machine somewhere. The machine is turned off, but I need to know whether the NIC card is turned on so that I can send a wake-on-lan magic packet later (from another ...
3
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1answer
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LAN server with two network cards, can't telnet / ping to the second even if it works

I have an issue with an Ubuntu 12.04 LTS (updated) server. For reasons too long to detail, it has got one eth0 interface assigned to 192.168.1.9 and one Wifi wlan0 interface assigned to 192.168.1.10. ...
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unable to ping gateway and CLAN in Linux but pingable in Windows PC

We're installing RHEL 5.5 for our Voice Portal (Avaya). After configuring the IP address, gateway IP, and netmask we tried to ping it so we could see if it was pingable/active or not. Sadly its ...
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1answer
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Cannot reach outside network or IP after upgrading to Ubuntu 12.04

I am running Ubuntu 12.04 on my server but since the upgrade from 10.04 I can no longer reach any outside sources of the server. I can SSH into the box, but from inside here I can not reach anything. ...
3
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1answer
873 views

Very slow response from localhost when pinging

Networking is working fine on my gentoo machine. One connection is made, everything works fine with normal speed. But it is slow to wake-up : starting up connection is taking time. Even pinging ...
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1answer
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Unable to ping gateway & other Linux boxes on same network

I'm somewhat new to Linux, but I'm trying to network a few Linux machines. I can't seem to be able ping the gateway or the other Linux machines. My scenario: I have a few Linux boxes set up on a ...
3
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1answer
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qemu - two clients (tap0 & tap1) via br0 can't ping eachother but server pings ok

I've got: A host system running Ubuntu with KVM (functional) Two clients, one Ubuntu and one Windows 7, nothing fancy. I've also setup (see below) a bridge via br0 for the clients: br0: ...
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Host reachable via SSH from my desktop but not my laptop

I try to use ssh to log in to a remote host. This works for my Ubuntu desktop, however, it fails from my Fedora 14 laptop. The failure means after I type ssh username@host and pressed Enter, ...
2
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1answer
684 views

Quickly check whether many network hosts are up-and-running

Objective: check if a host is up-and-running on the network, with a method that can be efficiently parallelized over many hosts. Emphasis on a QUICK turnaround of the check. Reason to emphasise ...
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1answer
314 views

Why the difference between network addresses reported by hostname and ping?

I have tried hostname and ping in a cluster machine, with different outputs. I am wondering what is the difference between the two? For example, on the same machine, hostname outputs node4.XXX and ...
2
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1answer
281 views

Constantly pinging a server

I am not sure if this is exactly the right place for this question, but there is no networking stack exchange. I want to ping a server a bunch of times (eg.10,000+) to gather information on the ...
3
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2answers
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Host unreachable and I do not get why

I can not open a specific website. This is a website hosted by our company, and I know it is up. However, these are my symptoms: VARIABLES: host.com - the website I can not open x.x.x.x - the IP of ...
3
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2answers
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ping -c1, wait for all responses from broadcast

I want to send one packet to the broadcast address, but wait for all responses. If I do ping -c 1 192.168.1.255, it sends just one packet, but it quits after getting the first response.
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How does traceroute resolve names?

While writing a script, I wanted to reference a machine by the computer name that I gave it (e.g. "selenium-rc"). I could not ping it using "selenium-rc", so I tried the following commands to see if ...
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4answers
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“internet connection checker one-liner”

With this I can check, that there is "internet connection". if there is no "internet connection" (succesfull pings to this 2 places), then it waits 600 sec, then it runs along: ping -W 1 -c 4 ...
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0answers
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Network via ieee1394 is unreachable (PC and laptop)

I decided to connect my PC to the laptop via firewire. All interfaces are up, but no packets can be send/recieved. I'm using Linux Slackware64-current (kernel 2.6.37.4) Laptop (Dell Vostro 3700) has ...
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Faster way than ping for checking if computer online?

I'm writing a wake on lan script for a set of our lab computers. We have sqlite db with a list of the computer hostnames, IPs, and MACs and currently I ping each of them with '-c1' so it doesn't run ...
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2answers
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Can't ping broadcast

We're running four computers connected to a hub (yes a hub not a switch) on Fedora 13. They were installed using images from a colleague that has recently left us to go back to school, they may have ...
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1answer
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Redhat Enterprise Linux 4.7 - Ping problem

When I try to ping some of the IP addresses I get "connect: No buffer space is available" error. Also when I check /var/log/messages, there are some errors like as following printk: 99 messages ...