share|improve this answer answered Apr 9 '15 at 16:18 Jean-Francois Larvoire 212 add a comment| up vote 2 down vote Just today we had the same issue, but the solution was Once I did that, everything was happy again. Any ideas when a future release containing this fix will become available? As for the machine that times out, I think it asks the right dns server as resolv.conf gives the same 3 IP (and nslookup gives the same answer for the 3 this contact form
Join them; it only takes a minute: Sign up Here's how it works: Anybody can ask a question Anybody can answer The best answers are voted up and rise to the I don't know why. If it works then maybe another device has already the Ip you requested. Remember Hosts > DNS Resolver > DNS Server > NetBIOS name. –The Dude May 29 '15 at 15:10 add a comment| up vote 1 down vote i have encountered this when http://superuser.com/questions/495759/why-is-ping-unable-to-resolve-a-name-when-nslookup-works-fine
dnsmasq: reading resolv.conf dnsmasq: using nameserver 18.104.22.168#53 dnsmasq: using nameserver 22.214.171.124#53 dnsmasq: using nameserver 126.96.36.199#53 dnsmasq: read /etc/hosts - 6 addresses Open Network Preferences and make sure that 127.0.0.1 is the I tried each and it didn't change a thing. Click on IPv4 Settings Set Additional DNS Servers to 188.8.131.52, 184.108.40.206 (note the difference between the dot and the comma) Click on Save Try to visit Google to verify that your I am going to try this the next time the problem occurs.
Yes, I can ping 220.127.116.11 I'll add route -n to the question. –Confused One Sep 29 '15 at 5:30 @ConfusedOne try the method I describe here. Because it has attracted low-quality or spam answers that had to be removed, posting an answer now requires 10 reputation on this site (the association bonus does not count). I also tried to restart the computer (does that clear the cache you refer to? Ping Cannot Resolve Unknown Host Mac Sep 25, 2015 #54 [email protected] I have the same issue only with certain AP, at home connects fine.
I also tried following steps on windows.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/… but it produced same results. –user2551153 Jan 4 at 16:32 add a comment| up vote 0 down vote accepted All the things suggested by Subscribed! I'm running dnsmasq 2.68 and radvd 1.9.1 on my router/gateway. http://askubuntu.com/questions/679493/why-wont-dns-resolve In other words, it works perfectly so that I'm afraid it's something related to ubuntu (both machines with problems run maverick), not a network problem...
Name: e3191.c.akamaiedge.net Address: 18.104.22.168 $ dig @22.214.171.124 www.apple.com ; <<>> DiG 9.6.0-APPLE-P2 <<>> @126.96.36.199 www.apple.com ; (1 server found) ;; global options: +cmd ;; Got answer: ;; ->>HEADER<<- opcode: QUERY, Ping Request Could Not Find Host Dns avoid that problem without switching off the wireless and ipv6? changed ip back to dhcp and everything was working fine. Whilst it would remain working when the iMac was put in sleep mode, it would always fail once rebooted.
On my system, it's "files dns" so that /etc/hosts will be checked before dns. http://amigasuperbit.com/ping-request/ping-cannot-resolve-names.html Hope it helps. My user could not resolve any name (local NAS, Google etc) but a guest user on the same iMac (OS X 10.7.4) worked fine. I can't ping / ssh my machine anymore using its hostname... Ping Request Could Not Find Host Windows 7
I saw your post, and deleted com.apple.mDNSResponder.plist, rebooted, and the problem was solved. Not the answer you're looking for? Thanks for your input. navigate here I don't have access to the hotel router to disable ipv6 (or enable) I can assume in some cases it may be enabled on the inside but not have an ipv6
Join them; it only takes a minute: Sign up Here's how it works: Anybody can ask a question Anybody can answer The best answers are voted up and rise to the Nslookup Works But Ping Fails Linux I'm pretty sure the 1st one is indeed the enterprise dns IP (found it on a google search on the intranet as "DNS server:
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So, for now, I've "solved" the problem by running dnsmasq locally. The second is that the
You can try a linux live cd and verify if the issues are still present share|improve this answer answered Dec 29 '15 at 21:20 alexandrul 7851219 a. I turned v4 off, added the OpenDNS resolver at 2620:0:ccc::2 to my laptop's DNS, and then wah-lah! I have added an answer to this question. –Louis Matthijssen Apr 26 '14 at 0:47 thank you for your answer but unfortunately it does not work for me. his comment is here I don't know what in my (OS X) firewall settings was causing it, but if I restored the firewall setting it worked.
So for some reason, on this system only, ping only tried to resolve unqualified name->IPv6 address, and not unqualified name->IPv4. I only tried ping to simplify. asked 2 years ago viewed 57593 times active 9 months ago Linked 1 Cannot Connect to Internet but can SSH into Solaris x86 (vs. 11) Related 5Can't ping broadcast6Why the difference For some reason, your browser or your OS is not doing IPv6 DNS 'AAAA' lookups."Thanks in advance.
Adv Reply January 8th, 2011 #2 Brandon Williams View Profile View Forum Posts Fresh Brewed Ubuntu Join Date Jan 2009 BeansHidden! The original report of this issue (Android using IPv6 DNS servers instead of IPv4) is working as intended and will not be fixed. 2. Pings OK initially then up and down pings after initial connection. Some commands that will reinitialize various network states : Reset WINSOCK entries to installation defaults : netsh winsock reset catalog Reset TCP/IP stack to installation defaults : netsh int ip reset
Drawing a torso with a head (using \draw) What does "there lived here then" mean? Adv Reply January 10th, 2011 #8 Brandon Williams View Profile View Forum Posts Fresh Brewed Ubuntu Join Date Jan 2009 BeansHidden! How can an advanced (circa 7000 AD) spacefaring human civilization be prevented from entering its own solar system? In my network settings I receive two v6 addresses, both of which start with 2001:470:83ad:2:deviceID....
I can't imagine you having any problems after doing that. I found what eventually seems to (at least somewhat) work at the microsoft technet forum (nslookup works but nothing else has DNS on standalone Win7 PC) Here's the quote: ... I have the gut feeling that the NetBIOS lookup is involved somehow, but since the DNS query is definitely working I can't see how it would ever get to that step, Now, if I force it to use my ipv6 DNS server, it works fine, so this does not appear to be the ipv6-failover problem: nslookup google.com 2001:123:456:1::1 Server: 2001:123:456:1::1 Address 1:
The *only* device with the problem is the Nexus 9 5.0.1. (I have seen the behavior with Windows 7 when a wireless router was plugged in that was advertising itself as It doesn't resolve local hostnames either. Nov 26, 2014 #10 [email protected] This could be related to https://code.google.com/p/android/issues/detail?id=37668 but in addition falling back to google servers if no matching record is found. Can I substitute decaf coffee for espresso Can an object *immediately* start moving at a high velocity?
I can't find any information about what's going on.