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Author Topic: IP is not ICMP pingable. Please make sure ICMP is not blocked how i rectify  (Read 28537 times)

qamarali

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IP is not ICMP pingable. Please make sure ICMP is not blocked. If you are blocking ICMP, please allow 66.220.2.74 through your firewall.
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cholzhauer

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So what are you asking us?  You need to allow icmp through your firewall
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qamarali

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That is what i m asking; how can i allow through firewall.

i m using win 7

pls help me out
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cholzhauer

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« Last Edit: October 24, 2011, 05:09:56 AM by cholzhauer »
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qamarali

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dear still not find the answer, i attached the exact error which i been facing.

pls help


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cholzhauer

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What router are you using?

Your ISP might be blocking ICMP too
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qamarali

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i don't know about ISP blocking the ip or not but still i ping ip the 66.220.2.74 successfully through my machine
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cholzhauer

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i don't know about ISP blocking the ip or not but still i ping ip the 66.220.2.74 successfully through my machine

That isn't the issue...the issue is that HE needs to be able to ping you
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qamarali

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guide me what can i do...
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cholzhauer

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What router are you using?


This is the first step
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qamarali

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how would i know..that he is pinging me???
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k1mu

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how would i know..that he is pinging me???


You'll need to explain what you're asking and answer questions without more questions if you need help.

For the IPv4 address that you mention, 139.190.31.105, I can ping it from the Internet. Are you still having troubles when you try to configure that as your tunnel endpoint?

What kind of router are you using between the Internet and your Windows system that you're trying to use with the tunnel? We need to know what that is to help you configure that properly.
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qamarali

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its a wirless router...in pakistan its wi-tribe modem/router..
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jrocha

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I can't ping that endpoint from here. Are you NAT'd behind the router? I would check the router first to ensure that it is allowing ICMP.
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k1mu

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I can't ping that endpoint from here. Are you NAT'd behind the router? I would check the router first to ensure that it is allowing ICMP.

I can't ping it either any more - probably turned off or off the net for some other reason.
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