Click here to join today! by ---TK--- · 8 years ago In reply to WINS.... Best regards, Susie Wednesday, February 26, 2014 11:58 AM Reply | Quote Moderator 0 Sign in to vote I was running into this issue and was scratching my head. Not the answer you're looking for? http://amigasuperbit.com/ping-request/ping-request-cannot-find-host.html
So, an important setting has been modified. But I'd be really interested to find a more gentle way to tell ping (or presumably the DNS client service) to try resolving both IPv4 and IPv6 addresses. The above solution didn't work for me (regarding adding a ".something") because it already has one. by LarryD4 · 8 years ago In reply to actually, Nslookup does not ask the same question as ping.Ping is generic app that needs to ask the basic question that applies https://social.microsoft.com/Forums/en-US/b7d61e34-a7c0-474d-a190-c3e62105bd35/microsoftcom-names-not-resolving?forum=msrconferencexpclient
Static IP and DNS do not work, I can tell that for sure. Please check the name and try again.C:\>nslookup myhostServer: dns.mydomain.locAddress: 192.168.1.2Name: myhost.mydomain.locAddress: 192.168.1.4C:\>ping myhostPing request could not find host myhost. Reset Post Submit Post Software Forums Software · 43,584 discussions Open Source · 249 discussions Web Development · 11,536 discussions Browser · 1,205 discussions Mobile Apps · 47 discussions Latest From So I tried "ping -4 unqualified_name", and bingo!
Zerkoto, Jan 23, 2013 #3 TerryNet Terry Moderator Joined: Mar 23, 2005 Messages: 72,129 Open a (black) Command Prompt window: Hold the Windows logo key and press r; in the Run In Windows XP, there is a checkbox: Advanced TCP/IP Settings [ ] Enable LMHOSTS lookup There is also a book that covers this at length, "Networking Personal Computers with TCP/IP: Building It could be that something is going on with packet fragmentation between server and firewall. I did try setting DNS to 126.96.36.199.
I tried following blogs.catapultsystems.com/jcwarner/archive/2011/06/27/… to get some info on my DHCP, but it doesn't recognize show server command. I also tried to restart the computer (does that clear the cache you refer to? I reread that question. http://techat-jack.blogspot.com/2012/08/solved-cannot-browese-or-ping-to.html They are Ubiquiti Unifi line devices.
share|improve this answer answered Dec 16 '08 at 7:33 community wiki benc This isn't sufficient. If you can ping the IP but it doesn't resolve, that's got to be the issue. –user1780242 Dec 30 '15 at 2:35 Agreed, but DNS goes through the network The computer solves domains WXP using PING/NSLOOKUP correctly. If Kerberos isn't authenticating to the DNS correctly it can cause this issue, because once the DNS send the Linux box a request to check out who they are, the Linux
ping google.com doesn't work, returning Ping request could not find host google.com. If i type the ip address or even the real name, it goes there."Sooo..a. i have the same problem. You can try to manually set the dns servers to the google ones: 188.8.131.52 and 184.108.40.206 b.
Loading... his comment is here Mine is ardee.local. up vote 67 down vote favorite 30 On my Windows XP workstation, I can find the machine I want to connect to in DNS with nslookup: nslookup wolfman Server: dns.company.com Address: correct?
What is this line of counties voting for the Democratic party in the 2016 elections? I am suspecting this is why. From where are you getting DHCP info? this contact form i did the following to resolve the problem. 1.
When you do nslookup on the name it turns out the microsoft.com domain are all aliases. If I take the real name it works. However, that is not good as all I went to the virtual PC site, then thru the motions of Windows Genuine Advantage which validated ok, but when it redirects to grab the file just times out with above Did you try setting the DNS to 220.127.116.11?
C:\Windows\system32> ///// As you can see - i can ping by IP but not by name. I am behind an ADSL2+ modem router connecting via wireless (Win 7 Pro laptop); so i hop over to the desktop connected via ethernet (Vista Business), and same result; begin to Why isn't DNS good enough..? 0Votes Share Flag Collapse - WINS.... http://amigasuperbit.com/ping-request/ping-request-cannot-find-host-dns.html so i have to get them back to the default startup settings (automatic).
share|improve this answer edited Nov 23 '12 at 5:59 Synetech 50.7k24144277 answered Nov 23 '12 at 5:38 Manoj Agarwal 18013 That will fix it, but it will not resolve Perfect. –IAmTheSquidward Jan 26 at 0:39 add a comment| up vote 1 down vote Adding an entry in the file c:/windows/system32/drivers/etc/hosts might fix it. Why are wavelengths shorter than visible light neglected by new telescopes? All rights reserved.