الثلاثاء، 25 ديسمبر 2012

my ip is not pingable Why can I not ping my IP address?

You must first distinguish between the IP address of the IP address public and private. Public IP address is that the world may believe that you are on. May your PC's IP address to be something else entirely.
Reports indicate that your IP address private through your computer. For example, in Windows,
Start> Run> the Winipcfg (or "ipconfig / all at the command line window)
Will show a tool that shows the IP address of the computer has. Be careful, it may be your computer IP addresses several!
If you can not ping the public IP address, this may be because the device is simply not responding ping.If can not ping the IP address, you may install a firewall refuses to recognize ping packets.
If neither of these situations apply, you may not you have correctly identified the IP address the public or private sectors.

Well, I connected the cable modem directly to my computer, and also Windows Firewall off. I also do not have any firewall software, any idea for this reason can not be exposed to pressure from me? Is there a way to find out if my ISP does not allow your relational sizzling? I have a Broadband Charter.
The answer:
Well I personally do not see why quality tool line now "requires" you to be in any case pingable first place.
Did not provide any good reason by the host to change, and consistently refused to shed any light on this subject at hand.
If you want, you can also vote for the line quality testing to restore what it was one time when everything worked just.
Used to work regardless of whether or not you pingable.
»Line quality recording: Restore tool to its original condition
Since you allowed yourself to receiving votes WAN, and I honestly do not know what it should also be able to check out.
Check quality became a tool line completely useless now and users who have their own firewalls setup ignore sounds WAN.
I do not change my setup every time just to check out the line, period.

my ip address is always changing what to do?

So, why not cities of the IP address (IPv4) always change the router when you close down and open it again?
I know, I suck at this sort of thing

The answer:
Do not be too hard on yourself. * People can absorb * things, but being new to something, or just do not know it yet, and this is different.
Now, about your question. It sounds like your router is issuing IP addresses, so I'll go with that assumption. When your router IP address issues, mainly exports four settings for your computer. Called an IP address, DNS server settings, default gateway address, and something of stay (TTL). TTL directed your computer when a good title. Could be days or weeks or months or even minutes. If short, and this may explain the new address every time. I think this is the most likely scenario at the moment.
Remember, though, that the address given to your computer is not a single Web sites or services such as ours, to see like YouTube. This is the IP address of the year, perhaps to set your router, and controlled by the ISP. That (usually) is that Internet services and games that are looking at.

The answer (2):
It's easy to fix IP your router to your computer assigns each time. All routers are different but the basic principle is the same.
Mine (Netgear DG834G), click "Setting IP LAN", then "Edit". Here you can assign a name such as "PC Rooopppi" and address IP (192.168.0.xxx) for each device. You need to know the MAC address, which you can find out by clicking on the "attached devices".
Details vary from router to another, but this should be enough to get you going.

How do i know if i have a static IP adress?

I recently bought a new router, or actually got for free .. But I would like to learn how to redirect the port so that I can download torrents faster using uTorrent.
My name is router:
Dell 2300 TrueMobile Wireless Broadband Router
I looked on portforward.com, but did not really show me how to redirect it. Evidence showed me just how to get out to the right page ....

This is what I see when you press the "Add" on the port forward page ..:
But before you do it and I need to know if I have a static IP, is not it? How do I do that? If not static, how can I make it fixed?
BTW, is the router of 2003, so not one of those fancy new one ..
Thank you.

From a Command Prompt, run "ipconfig /all". If the line, "DHCP Enabled" says Yes than you are getting a dynamic IP address from the router. If it says No, that's a static IP.