Solved Unable to access local network addresses


yousaf465

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I am unable to open local network addresses e.g 192.168.18.1, 192.168.18.200, etc Tried restarting the modem, changed browsers both edge and chrome. even unable to ping from windows 11 computer. all these can be easily accessed from android devices.
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yousaf465

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Open command prompt and type ping www.google.com Press the enter key.

Open command prompt and type ping 127.0.0.1 Press the enter key.

Check whether you get a reply.

With attached batch script, you can reset TCP/IP protocol suite, hopefully this will help resolved the problem.
 

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Open command prompt and type ping www.google.com Press the enter key.

Open command prompt and type ping 127.0.0.1 Press the enter key.

Check whether you get a reply.

With attached batch script, you can reset TCP/IP protocol suite, hopefully this will help resolved the problem.
Before running the script.
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and after running the script
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It looks like the problem is with the site you are trying to access, you can still reset TCP/IP to see connection problem resolves.

You should also reset Hosts file using attached batch script.
 

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It looks like the problem is with the site you are trying to access, you can still reset TCP/IP to see connection problem resolves.

You should also reset Hosts file using attached batch script.
I too have this problem frequently when trying to access my router page. None of the browsers on my laptop can connect (same error as above), while those on mobile devices connect without problems.
 

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Reset TCP/IP protocol suite with the batch script.
 

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yousaf465

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It looks like the problem is with the site you are trying to access, you can still reset TCP/IP to see connection problem resolves.

You should also reset Hosts file using attached batch script.
I am trying to access my modem locate at 192.168.18.1, my router 192.168.18.131, raspberry pi at 192.168.18.200 and synology NAS nas at 192.168.18.300. so many devices can't be wrong at the same time.
While all of these can be accessed from my android mobile device.
 

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Have you reset the TCP/IP suite?

Have you followed the instructions at the given link?

Yes I did followed those instructions.
I also reset the TCP/Ip suite using the batch file you uploaded.
still I can't access or ping local ips in windows 11 but can easily do both in Ubuntu
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Boot your computer into Safe Mode with Networking and test those sites from Safe Mode if you can access them from Safe Mode perform clean boot state.



 

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Boot your computer into Safe Mode with Networking and test those sites from Safe Mode if you can access them from Safe Mode perform clean boot state.



My laptop doesn't have an Ethernet port, I did try booting into safe mode with networking but I don't think wifi will work in safe mode with networking.
Let me try again.
 

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You can still perform clean boot state without booting into Safe Mode.
 

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You can still perform clean boot state without booting into Safe Mode.
clean boot did the trick, but how do I know which startup item was interfering?
 

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clean boot did the trick, but how do I know which startup item was interfering?
Good, you have to enable those disabled services and startup programs one at a time and reboot your computer to find out if the last enabled service or startup program causing the connection problem.
 

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clean boot did the trick, but how do I know which startup item was interfering?
I don't think it is any startup item that is responsible.

In my case, the problem happens randomly, i.e. I would be able to login to my router initially, but after sometime it would no longer work. This has nothing to do with the programs or services that start at boot because this problem happens randomly, many hours since the pc was booted.
 

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Good Evening,

Sorry to highjack this thread, But I have the same problem in that I am unable to access my BT router address wirelessly? I had the same problem on the other laptop and some how had to do a reinstall after following a suggestion on here. but after in reinstalled (Dell Laptop) in was fine in that I could access the router, But don't really want to go through all that again with this one. it was fine before? and help/advice would be greatly appreciated. Thanks
 

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Good Evening,

Sorry to highjack this thread, But I have the same problem in that I am unable to access my BT router address wirelessly? I had the same problem on the other laptop and some how had to do a reinstall after following a suggestion on here. but after in reinstalled (Dell Laptop) in was fine in that I could access the router, But don't really want to go through all that again with this one. it was fine before? and help/advice would be greatly appreciated. Thanks
Any error message will help us resolve your network problem.
 

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This is what I get
 

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