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CMD command \\IP_Address is not working, \\computerName will be OK



 
 
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  #1  
Old May 25th 10, 06:44 AM posted to microsoft.public.windowsxp.network_web
Ricky
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Default CMD command \\IP_Address is not working, \\computerName will be OK

I got 2 XP Pro. client computers with me now.

Both 2 computers have no problem of doing following.
1. Able to Ping computerName or Ping IP_address
2. Able to Connect via CMD command \\computerName

Unfortunately, 1 of these computers can't connect to server CMD command
\\IP_Address.

Any inputs will highly appreciated.

Ricky

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  #2  
Old May 26th 10, 03:31 PM posted to microsoft.public.windowsxp.network_web
Jack [MVP-Networking]
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Default CMD command \\IP_Address is not working, \\computerName will be OK

Hi
Try to flash the computers local DNS cache.
C:\ipconfig /flushdns
Jack (MS, MVP-Networking).

"ricky" wrote in message
...
I got 2 XP Pro. client computers with me now.

Both 2 computers have no problem of doing following.
1. Able to Ping computerName or Ping IP_address
2. Able to Connect via CMD command \\computerName

Unfortunately, 1 of these computers can't connect to server CMD command
\\IP_Address.

Any inputs will highly appreciated.

Ricky


  #3  
Old May 26th 10, 03:31 PM posted to microsoft.public.windowsxp.network_web
Jack [MVP-Networking]
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Posts: 552
Default CMD command \\IP_Address is not working, \\computerName will be OK


Hi
Try to flash the computers local DNS cache.
C:\ipconfig /flushdns
Jack (MS, MVP-Networking).

"ricky" wrote in message
...
I got 2 XP Pro. client computers with me now.

Both 2 computers have no problem of doing following.
1. Able to Ping computerName or Ping IP_address
2. Able to Connect via CMD command \\computerName

Unfortunately, 1 of these computers can't connect to server CMD command
\\IP_Address.

Any inputs will highly appreciated.

Ricky


  #4  
Old May 27th 10, 10:38 PM posted to microsoft.public.windowsxp.network_web
Ricky
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Posts: 36
Default CMD command \\IP_Address is not working, \\computerName will b

Thanks for your reply.
But Problem still there after "ipconfig /flushdns"
any other Idea?

"Jack [MVP-Networking]" wrote:

Hi
Try to flash the computers local DNS cache.
C:\ipconfig /flushdns
Jack (MS, MVP-Networking).

"ricky" wrote in message
...
I got 2 XP Pro. client computers with me now.

Both 2 computers have no problem of doing following.
1. Able to Ping computerName or Ping IP_address
2. Able to Connect via CMD command \\computerName

Unfortunately, 1 of these computers can't connect to server CMD command
\\IP_Address.

Any inputs will highly appreciated.

Ricky


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  #5  
Old May 27th 10, 10:38 PM posted to microsoft.public.windowsxp.network_web
Ricky
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Posts: 36
Default CMD command \\IP_Address is not working, \\computerName will b


Thanks for your reply.
But Problem still there after "ipconfig /flushdns"
any other Idea?

"Jack [MVP-Networking]" wrote:

Hi
Try to flash the computers local DNS cache.
C:\ipconfig /flushdns
Jack (MS, MVP-Networking).

"ricky" wrote in message
...
I got 2 XP Pro. client computers with me now.

Both 2 computers have no problem of doing following.
1. Able to Ping computerName or Ping IP_address
2. Able to Connect via CMD command \\computerName

Unfortunately, 1 of these computers can't connect to server CMD command
\\IP_Address.

Any inputs will highly appreciated.

Ricky


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  #6  
Old May 29th 10, 03:49 PM posted to microsoft.public.windowsxp.network_web
GTS[_4_]
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Default CMD command \\IP_Address is not working, \\computerName will be OK

What response do you see when you try? (If you're doing this from the Run
box open a command prompt instead and enter Start \\IP_Address to see the
output.)
--

"ricky" wrote in message
...
I got 2 XP Pro. client computers with me now.

Both 2 computers have no problem of doing following.
1. Able to Ping computerName or Ping IP_address
2. Able to Connect via CMD command \\computerName

Unfortunately, 1 of these computers can't connect to server CMD command
\\IP_Address.

Any inputs will highly appreciated.

Ricky

  #7  
Old May 29th 10, 03:49 PM posted to microsoft.public.windowsxp.network_web
GTS[_4_]
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Default CMD command \\IP_Address is not working, \\computerName will be OK

What response do you see when you try? (If you're doing this from the Run
box open a command prompt instead and enter Start \\IP_Address to see the
output.)
--

"ricky" wrote in message
...
I got 2 XP Pro. client computers with me now.

Both 2 computers have no problem of doing following.
1. Able to Ping computerName or Ping IP_address
2. Able to Connect via CMD command \\computerName

Unfortunately, 1 of these computers can't connect to server CMD command
\\IP_Address.

Any inputs will highly appreciated.

Ricky

  #8  
Old May 31st 10, 06:57 AM posted to microsoft.public.windowsxp.network_web
Ricky
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Posts: 36
Default CMD command \\IP_Address is not working, \\computerName will b


" \\IP_Address is not accessible. You might not have permission to use the
network resource. Contact the administrator of the server to find out if you
have access permissions".

"GTS" wrote:

What response do you see when you try? (If you're doing this from the Run
box open a command prompt instead and enter Start \\IP_Address to see the
output.)
--

"ricky" wrote in message
...
I got 2 XP Pro. client computers with me now.

Both 2 computers have no problem of doing following.
1. Able to Ping computerName or Ping IP_address
2. Able to Connect via CMD command \\computerName

Unfortunately, 1 of these computers can't connect to server CMD command
\\IP_Address.

Any inputs will highly appreciated.

Ricky

.

  #9  
Old May 31st 10, 06:57 AM posted to microsoft.public.windowsxp.network_web
Ricky
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Posts: 36
Default CMD command \\IP_Address is not working, \\computerName will b


" \\IP_Address is not accessible. You might not have permission to use the
network resource. Contact the administrator of the server to find out if you
have access permissions".

"GTS" wrote:

What response do you see when you try? (If you're doing this from the Run
box open a command prompt instead and enter Start \\IP_Address to see the
output.)
--

"ricky" wrote in message
...
I got 2 XP Pro. client computers with me now.

Both 2 computers have no problem of doing following.
1. Able to Ping computerName or Ping IP_address
2. Able to Connect via CMD command \\computerName

Unfortunately, 1 of these computers can't connect to server CMD command
\\IP_Address.

Any inputs will highly appreciated.

Ricky

.

  #10  
Old May 31st 10, 08:31 AM posted to microsoft.public.windowsxp.network_web
Bostjan Glazar
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Posts: 14
Default CMD command \\IP_Address is not working, \\computerName will b

It might be a security issue.
Try sharing a folder on the server with full permissions (apply that for the
folder and for the share).

"ricky" wrote:


" \\IP_Address is not accessible. You might not have permission to use the
network resource. Contact the administrator of the server to find out if you
have access permissions".

"GTS" wrote:

What response do you see when you try? (If you're doing this from the Run
box open a command prompt instead and enter Start \\IP_Address to see the
output.)
--

"ricky" wrote in message
...
I got 2 XP Pro. client computers with me now.

Both 2 computers have no problem of doing following.
1. Able to Ping computerName or Ping IP_address
2. Able to Connect via CMD command \\computerName

Unfortunately, 1 of these computers can't connect to server CMD command
\\IP_Address.

Any inputs will highly appreciated.

Ricky

.

  #11  
Old May 31st 10, 08:31 AM posted to microsoft.public.windowsxp.network_web
Bostjan Glazar
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Posts: 14
Default CMD command \\IP_Address is not working, \\computerName will b

It might be a security issue.
Try sharing a folder on the server with full permissions (apply that for the
folder and for the share).

"ricky" wrote:


" \\IP_Address is not accessible. You might not have permission to use the
network resource. Contact the administrator of the server to find out if you
have access permissions".

"GTS" wrote:

What response do you see when you try? (If you're doing this from the Run
box open a command prompt instead and enter Start \\IP_Address to see the
output.)
--

"ricky" wrote in message
...
I got 2 XP Pro. client computers with me now.

Both 2 computers have no problem of doing following.
1. Able to Ping computerName or Ping IP_address
2. Able to Connect via CMD command \\computerName

Unfortunately, 1 of these computers can't connect to server CMD command
\\IP_Address.

Any inputs will highly appreciated.

Ricky

.

  #12  
Old June 2nd 10, 10:45 AM posted to microsoft.public.windowsxp.network_web
Ricky
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Posts: 36
Default CMD command \\IP_Address is not working, \\computerName will b

If there's security issue...
It should be the same result no matter which of the following method is
used.
\\IP address
\\Computer Name

But, \\Computer Name is working properly and \\IP address doesn't.

"Bostjan Glazar" wrote:

It might be a security issue.
Try sharing a folder on the server with full permissions (apply that for the
folder and for the share).

"ricky" wrote:


" \\IP_Address is not accessible. You might not have permission to use the
network resource. Contact the administrator of the server to find out if you
have access permissions".

"GTS" wrote:

What response do you see when you try? (If you're doing this from the Run
box open a command prompt instead and enter Start \\IP_Address to see the
output.)
--

"ricky" wrote in message
...
I got 2 XP Pro. client computers with me now.

Both 2 computers have no problem of doing following.
1. Able to Ping computerName or Ping IP_address
2. Able to Connect via CMD command \\computerName

Unfortunately, 1 of these computers can't connect to server CMD command
\\IP_Address.

Any inputs will highly appreciated.

Ricky

.

  #13  
Old June 2nd 10, 10:45 AM posted to microsoft.public.windowsxp.network_web
Ricky
external usenet poster
 
Posts: 36
Default CMD command \\IP_Address is not working, \\computerName will b


If there's security issue...
It should be the same result no matter which of the following method is
used.
\\IP address
\\Computer Name

But, \\Computer Name is working properly and \\IP address doesn't.

"Bostjan Glazar" wrote:

It might be a security issue.
Try sharing a folder on the server with full permissions (apply that for the
folder and for the share).

"ricky" wrote:


" \\IP_Address is not accessible. You might not have permission to use the
network resource. Contact the administrator of the server to find out if you
have access permissions".

"GTS" wrote:

What response do you see when you try? (If you're doing this from the Run
box open a command prompt instead and enter Start \\IP_Address to see the
output.)
--

"ricky" wrote in message
...
I got 2 XP Pro. client computers with me now.

Both 2 computers have no problem of doing following.
1. Able to Ping computerName or Ping IP_address
2. Able to Connect via CMD command \\computerName

Unfortunately, 1 of these computers can't connect to server CMD command
\\IP_Address.

Any inputs will highly appreciated.

Ricky

.

 




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