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Name Resolutions

Name Resolution Summery
Can ping Ip and map UNC but can't ping computer
Can't ping FQDN but NetBIOS name
Client PC's not showing in the DNS listing
Name resolution on VPN
Duplicate name exists.
Error: target principal name is incorrect
Solved: Master browser issues
Name resolution resolution and Connectivity Issues on W2K DC with RRAS and DNS installed
NetBIOS and FQDN issue
Solved: Ping -a display a different host name
Receive old IP when ping host name
Solved: Still ping removed hostname
Solved: Disappearing DNS because of two DHCP servers
The network name cannot be found
This is name resolution issue if you can ping IP but not computer name
Troubleshooting WINS
XP DNS/Network Problems Tried EVERYTHING

Can ping IP and map UNC but can't ping computer

If you can ping ip and make the shared folders using UNC but not ping computer, it is possible the master browser issue. 1) Check any errors in Event Viewer. 2) disable other master browser if you have more than one master browser. (Note: in a small workgroup, you only need one Master Browser.)

This is name resolution issue if you can ping IP but not computer name

The ping command uses Windows Sockets-style name resolution to resolve a computer name to an IP address, so if pinging by address succeeds, but pinging by name fails, then the problem lies in address or name resolution, not network connectivity.  Contact consultants

Related Topics

Name resolution on VPN

Name resolution is big issue in VPN access. If your VPN server doesn't setup correctly ... To assign the DNS and WINS to a VPN client for name resolution, ...
www.chicagotech.net/nameresolutionpnvpn.htm

Netbios and WINS

MS provides many options for NetBIOS name resolution such as local cache ... NetBIOS and WINS name resolution is required only on mixed-mode (Windows 95, ...
www.chicagotech.net/netbios&wins.htm

VPN name resolution and browsing

The first is name resolution. You should be able to resolve names using DNS, as Robert Lin pointed out. Browsing in My Network Places is a different matter. ...
www.chicagotech.net/Q&A/vpn1.htm

  

 

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