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Nismo x Jdm x

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Can anyone make any sense of this. I have netools so i decided to try the ping tool out. I ping my ip and this is what i got.

Reply from 192.168.2.1: Bytes = 32 RTT = 10ms TTL = 253
Reply from 192.168.2.1: Bytes = 32 RTT = 10ms TTL = 253
Reply from 192.168.2.1: Bytes = 32 RTT = 9ms TTL = 253
Request Timeout

Average Speed: 10.

Now this is my modem/Dsl box. It is the clearest connection for me its basically straight wire. I use it all the time instead of my router.
 

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Net tools is a failure, don't use it lol, if i where you i'd just delete it off your pc right now. lol.
 

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Can anyone make any sense of this. I have netools so i decided to try the ping tool out. I ping my ip and this is what i got.

Reply from 192.168.2.1: Bytes = 32 RTT = 10ms TTL = 253
Reply from 192.168.2.1: Bytes = 32 RTT = 10ms TTL = 253
Reply from 192.168.2.1: Bytes = 32 RTT = 9ms TTL = 253
Request Timeout

Average Speed: 10.

Now this is my modem/Dsl box. It is the clearest connection for me its basically straight wire. I use it all the time instead of my router.
You can do that through CMD if you have a pc. just type in:

ping <your i.p. adrress>

w/o the arrow things

Tell me if that helps :smile:

Oh also its not that good of an idea to be putting your i.p. up
 
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