As mentioned in the linked post "sometimes called Domain Name". I've tried all of this netsh catalog resetting and that didn't seem to fix anything at all. Sep 8 at 2:00 add a comment| up vote 5 down vote Maybe wolfman.company.com is listed in C:\Windows\system32\drivers\etc\hosts ? If not, check the box to enable it and ping your remote host. get redirected here
This problem occured after the last two scans which were AFT and ESET. If it's cached as "name does not exist" (possibly because of a previous intermittent failed lookup), you can flush the cache with ipconfig /flushdns. You may want to check out Bleeping Computer and see if these symptoms present as typical of any known malware. Also I found that I had to disable WIn 7's ill-conceived "HomeGroup" function as is widely discussed on the 'net. http://superuser.com/questions/476417/unable-to-ping-local-machines-by-name-in-windows-7
For a solution either way, you can do this: Go to C:\windows\system32\drivers\etc and open the "hosts" file in notepad. The workgroup names are the same, and I am a user and administrator on both machines with the same password. The question is how long this will last. No, create an account now.
Not the answer you're looking for? Yes, I have changed the adapter settings so it is now specifically tcp/ip on both machines (rather than the default)and rebooted - no change. See my comment to OP question –wmz Mar 7 '15 at 16:09 | show 1 more comment up vote 3 down vote One interesting thing about your ipconfig /all output is Ping Request Could Not Find Host Meaning After a little research, it turns out peer-to-peer mode only works if you have a WINS server set up (which I definitely don't!).
turns out another machine hat the same ip address on the network, and that was causing the problem. I'd need a good primer on it to use it effectively. the link again to check this Other cool stuff you get with DD-WRT: Wake On LAN support - Boot your devices from everywhere in the word VPN Endpoint-Support - Get a http://superuser.com/questions/495759/why-is-ping-unable-to-resolve-a-name-when-nslookup-works-fine Both machines show just fine on the router.
All other workstations and laptops on the network are functioning properly. Can Ping Ip But Not Domain Name Hello, My Wireless computer can't see wired LAN Workgroup shares I have a D-Link DIR-300 wireless router that connects with Thread Tools Search this Thread 02-22-2010, 03:50 AM #1 share|improve this answer edited Aug 5 '15 at 17:33 Jamal 4571616 answered Aug 5 '15 at 10:09 Ranjit Singh Shekhawat 1 1 Hi Ranjit, welcome to Super User. Not the answer you're looking for?
Turns out I had messed with some settings (DNS suffixes) to not have to use FQDNs while using the work VPN. https://forums.techguy.org/threads/solved-ping-could-not-find-host-dns-and-key-port-problems.994174/ Also if you do PING 188.8.131.52 do you get a reply? Cannot Ping Hostname Windows 7 Have you tried nslookup ? 1 Jalapeno OP ahcmcc Aug 21, 2012 at 10:37 UTC Software Firewall? 0 Ghost Chili OP _Justin_ Aug 21, 2012 Ping Request Could Not Find Host Windows 10 The biggest problem is that my mapped network drives have to be done by IP, and then any time the router assigns new IP addresses to those devices, all of my
Interestingly, if I type the following: pathping 192.168.1.101 I get this output: Tracing route to WDTVLIVEHUB [192.168.1.101] over a maximum of 30 hops: 0 Scotty [192.168.1.103] 1 WDTVLIVEHUB [192.168.1.101] Computing statistics http://gsbook.org/ping-request/ping-request-could-not-find-host-windows-xp.php If you're new to Tech Support Guy, we highly recommend that you visit our Guide for New Members. I think this is the root cause. Initially my Win7 could see them all fine. Ping Request Could Not Find Host Google.com Windows 7
Why was the plane going to Dulles? Why do Latin nouns (like cena, -ae) include two forms? I would be so grateful if anyone could help. --Dan danock, Dec 6, 2011 #1 thiggins Mr. http://gsbook.org/ping-request/ping-request-could-not-find-the-host-windows-7.php It's emailed only once a day and you can unsubscribe any time.
Stay logged in TP-Link: Time to Upgrade Your Business to AC Wi-Fi with TP-Link - Learn more about our cost-effective EAP330 and EAP320 access points, which use business-grade chipsets to create Ping Request Could Not Find Host Dns share|improve this answer answered Sep 20 '12 at 7:32 harrymc 193k7170416 add a comment| up vote 1 down vote The following solution will let you forget about the hustle dealing with Not sure yet if it was a fluke.
Looks like you've tried what I would recommend though. ipconfig /flushdns ipconfig /registerdns Please refer to the link below for more details. It's a Western Digital Live Hub (surprise!). Ping Request Could Not Find Host Server 2012 No, create an account now.
I have been googling for 2 days but apart from creating host files for static ip's etc, I have found nothing - and I have tried. Where should a galactic capital be? Maybe with step-by-step guied I could do it. this page TerryNet, May 2, 2011 #6 Couriant James Trusted Advisor Joined: Mar 26, 2002 Messages: 31,554 Well definitley some type of DNS issue...
Then save and exit and try RDP with the workstation name again. My System Specs System Manufacturer/Model Number Dell XPS 15 L502x OS Windows 7 Ultimate x64 SP1 CPU Core i7-2670QM Memory 8GB DDR3 PC3-10600 Graphics Card Intel HD Graphics 3000 + GeForce