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Old June 22nd 10, 01:20 AM posted to microsoft.public.windowsxp.help_and_support
The Doctor[_2_]
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Default Can ping can't tcp /web

All right I have a WinXPSP3 box that can ping and tracert / resolve
IP address / DNS

but telnet into a specific port (80, 22 ,25) and choke.

What is happening ?
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Old June 22nd 10, 04:35 AM posted to microsoft.public.windowsxp.help_and_support
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Default Can ping can't tcp /web

The Doctor wrote:
All right I have a WinXPSP3 box that can ping and tracert / resolve
IP address / DNS

but telnet into a specific port (80, 22 ,25) and choke.

What is happening ?


Telnet into said Windows XP box from another machine?

Just because you can ping/resolve/tracert - doesn't indicate/mean any of the
listed ports are opened and/or there is anything installed that can respond
to the request on that port.

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