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Name: Hammad 
Status: Other
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Date: Around 2001


Question:
I have one computer with IP address 148.135.25.67 and I can Ping any other computer on intrnet and intranet and people can ping my computer from internet and intranet but people cannot ping the computer from the same office or from the same subnet why?



Replies:
It depends on a lot of different things. How your firewall may be configured, how routers along the way are configured on your network, and if VLANs are in use. I can set up a VLAN at work such that only certain people can see certain addresses. This can also be done with access lists on a router. A little bit more information would be needed for a more detailed answer.

Nick Hitchcock


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