Error code 1231 occurs: I Can’t PING my IPV4 address

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Hi, 

I just installed my router, and it's working fine except for my Windows Vista.

I keep on getting "Unidentified Network" on network connections.

I can't PING my IPV4 address giving me "PING: transmit failed, error code 1231" message.

Why is this happening?

Arseno

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Answered By 0 points N/A #151213

Error code 1231 occurs: I Can’t PING my IPV4 address

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Hi Kathy,

Please try to boot the computer with "Safe Mode with Networking" option by pressing the F8 key.

The steps are:

Shut down your computer > power on > Hit the F8 key 3-5 times to bring up "ADVANCED BOOT MENU OPTIONS".

Then use the arrow keys to select "Safe Mode with Networking" option, press Enter.

Check if you are able to ping your IPv4 address. If yes, then perform a System Restore:

Start Menu > All Programs > Accessories > System Restore.

Hope this helps!

Best.

Arseno

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Answered By 0 points N/A #151214

Error code 1231 occurs: I Can’t PING my IPV4 address

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Error code 1231 occurs: I Can’t PING my IPV4 address

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Hi friend,

Error 1231 is a network connectivity problem. In this error you can’t ping your IP address and your gateway. The possible causes of this error are:

1. Your TCP/IP configuration settings have a wrong assigned Local IP address/Subnet mask/Gateway. These are the steps to solve this issue.

a. Go to start menu, click control panel then enter, you will see the network and internet application then click on “view network status and task”.

b. You will see your local area connection then right click, choose properties. Then under this application you can see and change your local IP address, Subnet mask and Gateway.

2. If the Steps above will not work, change your NIC or Network Interface Card. There is possibility that your Network Interface Card is defective.

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