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[SOLVED] Can't ping in terminal but can browse in firefox
If I ping it never reply a thing. So it seems like to be stuck or something like that. While if I tracert, it only show my gateway and the rest of hops will print ****. So does anyone know, why it can be like that?
Thanks for replying.
But still doesn't solve the problem. Btw I have 2 IPs. One is eth0 which to connect to internet, and the other is in eth0:0 which to connect with my local network. Am not too understand how is this network setting. But everyone in my network also same with me(has 2 IPs). Could that be the reason I can't Ping or tracert outside??
Btw, here is the result if I ping Google
garry@BOB:~$ sudo ping Google
[sudo] password for garry:
PING Google (184.108.40.206) 56(84) bytes of data.
(after pause awhile, I stop the program with ctrl+c)
--- Google ping statistics ---
45 packets transmitted, 0 received, 100% packet loss, time 44069ms
And here is the result of tracert to Google with max hop 30(default)
garry@BOB:~$ sudo tracert Google
traceroute to Google (220.127.116.11), 30 hops max, 40 byte packets
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Your gateway is probably blocking the replies from
ping and traceroute. Some network administrators
have weird ideas about security.
I see, so you mean the ISP block the gateway? Seems possible, just now I try to ping at my friend's Fedora 9 (still in one network), the result just same with me.
But is that possible, they block gateway in Linux, but not in Windows? Coz I can ping in Windows(there are replies).
Sorry, I am mistaken. There is no replies too in Windows. So I think my ISP has blocked the gateway.