[Lvlug] One Machine on Network can't see TCP/IP 192.168.0.1 (or .sometimes .2)
Mon, 17 Dec 2001 20:21:22 -0500
Faber Fedor wrote:
> Sure. Check the MAC address that's being responded by and check it with
> the MAC address given by /sbin/ifconfig
Thanks for your response!
I'll have to dig a little deeper to handle that one -- be back later
with an answer to that.
> Waitaminnit. Everyone but .1 and .5 can ping .2?
> > Could there be something so different about those two computers that
> > they can't ping .2?? Yet they can ping anybody else, including each
> > other?? Wierd!!
> Maybe .2 is set NOT to respond to ICMP? What's the value of
> `cat /proc/sys/net/ipv4/icmp_echo_ignore_all`
Maybe, but I'm not sure how to check -- it is a Windows (Win95)
computer, it currently doesn't have enough hard disk space to load Linux
if I wanted to.
Is ICMP some new protocol? In other words, can some machines respond to
pings without being able to handle ICMP?