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sounded like a DNS problem on their end.

google.com worked for ping because it's probably cached.

what you could have tried with nslookup is this (after the timeout error):

nslookup (hit enter)

server 8.8.8.8 (hit enter. this changes the lookup server to google's pub dns)

www.google.com (hit enter)
Edited by ez12a - 5/28/13 at 2:04pm
 
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post #32 of 34
Quote:
Originally Posted by Panduh View Post

The problem was something on my ISP's side, and had now been fixed. Thank you for your help smile.gif
It sounded like a DNS problem to me.

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Originally Posted by kyfire View Post

That's why you should check with your neighbors to see if they're having issues too.
His neighbors might not have the same type of connection and/or the same ISP. If it was a DNS problem, would not have done any difference.

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Originally Posted by ez12a View Post

sounded like a DNS problem on their end.

google.com worked for ping because it's probably cached.

what you could have tried with nslookup is this (after the timeout error):

nslookup (hit enter)

server 8.8.8.8 (hit enter. this changes the lookup server to google's pub dns)

www.google.com (hit enter)
This is that its strange that he was not able to ping 173.194.41.165 .

And a ping working because of a cache? Ive heard it on proxy set ups but never on a standard client...

Anyways, glad your problem is solved.
Edited by riahc3 - 5/29/13 at 12:28am
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post #33 of 34
Damn Google; They dont allow pinging IPs if its not from your region. Obviously Im not from where you are from. That was my fault sorry.

We should have pinged 8.8.8.8 like ez12a as that is Google's primary DNS server which is avaliable AFAIK worldwide.
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5/27/2013 20:49 1040200 3 TLV-11 - Illegal Set operation failed
5/27/2013 20:49 1040100 6 TLV-11 - unrecognized OID

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Are you leasing this cm from your ISP? Usually, those errors are only seen on Diagnostic modems...Something is wrong because the cmts is not getting the proper oid responses. Either the modem is failing due to a bad board component or there is an issue with the firmware your isp is trying to push to the modem. Service call is in order, I do not know how to fix that error on a stock modem, only on a modified Diagnostic modem....It's prob at the headend. Your signal looks fine
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