I set up OpenVPN 2.1.3 on Windows 7 following the OpenVPN Easy Windows Guide. The client (another computer) can connect without problems and gets the desired IP x.x.x.6/255.255.255.252 in the VPN IP range. The server itself is x.x.x.1/255.255.255.252.
But when it comes to ping the client from the server or vice-versa, I got no luck. I've tried to temporiarly disable firewall for both server and client, but no dice. Both of the systems are running on Windows (7 on server, 10 on client). I'm using OpenVPN GUI v184.108.40.206. Here are my slimmed down versions of config files: Server: From the UbuntuBAD, it can ping other Ubuntu VMs in the 192.16.235.x subnet. Other Ubuntu VMs can ping the same Windows 7 VM - however it must be noted that each of the Ubuntu VMs have been configured individually to be as "lean" as possible. I'm highly suspicious that UbuntuBAD is lacking in some configuration, but that's my gut feeling. Mar 06, 2017 · One PC is with Windows 7 OS Second PC is with Redhat Linux 6.1 Both the PCs now stands connected to internet via this D-Link router. I could ping windows PC from Linux machine; but reverse is not working. Hence on windows I have also ensured hosts file at \Windows\system32\drivers\etc is added with IP address of Linux machine. Still, no luck. I have an Android phone and a notebook running Windows 7, both are Wi-Fi enabled. Both devices are on the same network and they can't see each other (I can't ping phone from notebook and vice versa). But, to make it more weird, let me show you my network structure. How do I enable ICMP to allow pinging of a Windows 7 Home Premium computer By john.jentzema · 9 years ago I have a small network, comprising a variety of hardware, running XP Pro, Windows Home May 14, 2015 · I need some help with this, I'm not able to ping or rdp into a Win 10 pc, the host lookup fails. I haven't changed any settings in the firewall etc, and this used to work just fine with 7/8/8.1.
Jan 21, 2017 · 2 computers on same network cannot ping each other-how to troubleshoot Hi all. I have 2 computers (a laptop and desktop) that are both on the same network. They are both connected via LAN cables to my router. They can each ping the router, but cannot ping each other. I am wondering how to troubleshoot further. Desktop: Win 7 64-bit.
May 30, 2009 · Host: Windows 7 build 7100 (192.168.0.1). Client: Debian (192.168.0.2). Host and client is connected via cross-over cable. Host features a second network connection to a switch box. I can connect to Samba share on client, and ping 192.168.0.2 too. SSH login on client is accessible also. But I can't ping host at 192.168.0.1 from client.
To permit remote connections on the Windows 7 computer, you have to follow the steps below. Go to Start Menu –> Control Panel –> System & Security –> System. Click on Remote Settings, as shown in the image below. In the next window, under the Remote tab, you can see the two options to enable desktops on Windows 7.
I set up OpenVPN 2.1.3 on Windows 7 following the OpenVPN Easy Windows Guide. The client (another computer) can connect without problems and gets the desired IP x.x.x.6/255.255.255.252 in the VPN IP range. The server itself is x.x.x.1/255.255.255.252. Re: Unable to ping Windows 7 machine on LAN From Windows 7 machine, verify that all your Network Services are Started from Control Panel=> Performance and Maintenance=> Admin Tools=> Services: • COM+ Event System (for WZC issues) • Computer Browser • DHCP Client • DNS Client • Network