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Strange problem: Route corrupted or may be something else

A

Arsalan Ahmad

#1
Hello all,

I dont know which group is suitable for asking this question.

I am using Vista.

I have two NICs one of which is assigned IP using DHCP (something like
157.x.x.x and subnet mask 255.255.255.128) while the other is manually
configured to a static IP address of 192.168.0.8 and subnet mask
255.255.255.0.

Problem is that somehow the route is corruputed and now a ping for
destination 192.168.0.x (e.g. 192.168.0.2) is going to the interface having
IP 157.x.x.x and not to the right one.

I have tried assigning some other IP address range (like 192.168.100.x) to
the NIC (having statically configured IP address).

Even I have tried reseting IPv4 via netsh. I have also tried reseting all
interfaces. Even I have tried uninstalling the NIC (having IP 192.168.0.8)
and reinstalling it again but no use.

What can I do now beside reinstalling windows and reinstalling the NIC
(having IP 157.x.x.x) as I really dont want to do these steps.

The problem arises when I delete all the IPv6 addresses (usually I was
getting one) associated with the NIC (having manually configured IP address)
using netsh.

Any idea how can I correct this problem.

Thanks,

Arsalan
 

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Rafael R. [Live Butterfly]

#2
Arsalan,

Tried netsh routing ip reset?

- Rafael.

Arsalan Ahmad wrote:
> Hello all,
>
> I dont know which group is suitable for asking this question.
>
> I am using Vista.
>
> I have two NICs one of which is assigned IP using DHCP (something like
> 157.x.x.x and subnet mask 255.255.255.128) while the other is manually
> configured to a static IP address of 192.168.0.8 and subnet mask
> 255.255.255.0.
>
> Problem is that somehow the route is corruputed and now a ping for
> destination 192.168.0.x (e.g. 192.168.0.2) is going to the interface
> having IP 157.x.x.x and not to the right one.
>
> I have tried assigning some other IP address range (like 192.168.100.x)
> to the NIC (having statically configured IP address).
>
> Even I have tried reseting IPv4 via netsh. I have also tried reseting
> all interfaces. Even I have tried uninstalling the NIC (having IP
> 192.168.0.8) and reinstalling it again but no use.
>
> What can I do now beside reinstalling windows and reinstalling the NIC
> (having IP 157.x.x.x) as I really dont want to do these steps.
>
> The problem arises when I delete all the IPv6 addresses (usually I was
> getting one) associated with the NIC (having manually configured IP
> address) using netsh.
>
> Any idea how can I correct this problem.
>
> Thanks,
>
> Arsalan
 

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B

Ben Voigt

#3
"Arsalan Ahmad" <arsalan_ahmad@fornntp.com> wrote in message
news:00E1709B-4334-433D-9D12-3E30C26DB01F@microsoft.com...
> Hello all,
>
> I dont know which group is suitable for asking this question.
>
> I am using Vista.
>
> I have two NICs one of which is assigned IP using DHCP (something like
> 157.x.x.x and subnet mask 255.255.255.128) while the other is manually
> configured to a static IP address of 192.168.0.8 and subnet mask
> 255.255.255.0.
>
> Problem is that somehow the route is corruputed and now a ping for
> destination 192.168.0.x (e.g. 192.168.0.2) is going to the interface
> having IP 157.x.x.x and not to the right one.
>
> I have tried assigning some other IP address range (like 192.168.100.x) to
> the NIC (having statically configured IP address).
>
> Even I have tried reseting IPv4 via netsh. I have also tried reseting all
> interfaces. Even I have tried uninstalling the NIC (having IP 192.168.0.8)
> and reinstalling it again but no use.
>
> What can I do now beside reinstalling windows and reinstalling the NIC
> (having IP 157.x.x.x) as I really dont want to do these steps.
>
> The problem arises when I delete all the IPv6 addresses (usually I was
> getting one) associated with the NIC (having manually configured IP
> address) using netsh.


Every ipv4 address has a corresponding ipv6 address (because the entire ipv4
address space is mapped into ipv6); you cannot remove the ipv6 address
without removing the ipv4 address and the associated route.

>
> Any idea how can I correct this problem.
>
> Thanks,
>
> Arsalan
 

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A

Arsalan Ahmad

#4
If you are talking about netsh interface ip reset then I have already tried
it but there is no such thing as netsh routing ip reset.

Thanks,

Arsalan

"Rafael R. [Live Butterfly]" <"[myfirstname]"@fromvistatoxp.com> wrote in
message news:e87HeKVdHHA.4188@TK2MSFTNGP02.phx.gbl...
> Arsalan,
>
> Tried netsh routing ip reset?
>
> - Rafael.
>
> Arsalan Ahmad wrote:
>> Hello all,
>>
>> I dont know which group is suitable for asking this question.
>>
>> I am using Vista.
>>
>> I have two NICs one of which is assigned IP using DHCP (something like
>> 157.x.x.x and subnet mask 255.255.255.128) while the other is manually
>> configured to a static IP address of 192.168.0.8 and subnet mask
>> 255.255.255.0.
>>
>> Problem is that somehow the route is corruputed and now a ping for
>> destination 192.168.0.x (e.g. 192.168.0.2) is going to the interface
>> having IP 157.x.x.x and not to the right one.
>>
>> I have tried assigning some other IP address range (like 192.168.100.x)
>> to the NIC (having statically configured IP address).
>>
>> Even I have tried reseting IPv4 via netsh. I have also tried reseting all
>> interfaces. Even I have tried uninstalling the NIC (having IP
>> 192.168.0.8) and reinstalling it again but no use.
>>
>> What can I do now beside reinstalling windows and reinstalling the NIC
>> (having IP 157.x.x.x) as I really dont want to do these steps.
>>
>> The problem arises when I delete all the IPv6 addresses (usually I was
>> getting one) associated with the NIC (having manually configured IP
>> address) using netsh.
>>
>> Any idea how can I correct this problem.
>>
>> Thanks,
>>
>> Arsalan
 

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R

Robert L [MVP - Networking]

#5
Correct, Vista doesn't use this command. You may try netsh interface reset all.


Bob Lin, MS-MVP, MCSE & CNE
Networking, Internet, Routing, VPN Troubleshooting on http://www.ChicagoTech.net
How to Setup Windows, Network, VPN & Remote Access on http://www.HowToNetworking.com
"Arsalan Ahmad" <arsalan_ahmad@fornntp.com> wrote in message news:78DECB01-309C-4195-8EA8-2787A33E670E@microsoft.com...
If you are talking about netsh interface ip reset then I have already tried
it but there is no such thing as netsh routing ip reset.

Thanks,

Arsalan

"Rafael R. [Live Butterfly]" <"[myfirstname]"@fromvistatoxp.com> wrote in
message news:e87HeKVdHHA.4188@TK2MSFTNGP02.phx.gbl...
> Arsalan,
>
> Tried netsh routing ip reset?
>
> - Rafael.
>
> Arsalan Ahmad wrote:
>> Hello all,
>>
>> I dont know which group is suitable for asking this question.
>>
>> I am using Vista.
>>
>> I have two NICs one of which is assigned IP using DHCP (something like
>> 157.x.x.x and subnet mask 255.255.255.128) while the other is manually
>> configured to a static IP address of 192.168.0.8 and subnet mask
>> 255.255.255.0.
>>
>> Problem is that somehow the route is corruputed and now a ping for
>> destination 192.168.0.x (e.g. 192.168.0.2) is going to the interface
>> having IP 157.x.x.x and not to the right one.
>>
>> I have tried assigning some other IP address range (like 192.168.100.x)
>> to the NIC (having statically configured IP address).
>>
>> Even I have tried reseting IPv4 via netsh. I have also tried reseting all
>> interfaces. Even I have tried uninstalling the NIC (having IP
>> 192.168.0.8) and reinstalling it again but no use.
>>
>> What can I do now beside reinstalling windows and reinstalling the NIC
>> (having IP 157.x.x.x) as I really dont want to do these steps.
>>
>> The problem arises when I delete all the IPv6 addresses (usually I was
>> getting one) associated with the NIC (having manually configured IP
>> address) using netsh.
>>
>> Any idea how can I correct this problem.
>>
>> Thanks,
>>
>> Arsalan
 

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