Could Not Open Connection To Host On Port 8192 Connect Failed
Jun 16, 2011
I'm trying to install Sophos and there fore the following ports need to be open: 8192, 8193 and 8194. All firewalls are disabled. But when I do telnet ip address 8192 (where ip address is the ip address of the problem pc) from the server I'm getting the following error message: Could not open connection to the host, on port 8192, connect failed. It's the same result for the other ports.
I was applying the some updates to Windows 7 Ultimate 64-bit and the update process failed. I shut down the computer and when it rebooted, the computer reported my Internet connection was down. My computer is still getting an IP address and DNS settings from the router. I can ping 127.0.0.1 but as soon as I try to ping my router I get the destination host net unreachable message
- I have tried uninstalling and reinstalling IPv4 (netsh int IP reset C: esetlog.txt & netsh Winsock reset (both as administrator)) - I have tried uninstalling .NET since that is one of the upgrades that failed. - I have tried re-running Windows Update to see if the updates which had downloaded would install (failed)
Windows troubleshooter is worthless as it keeps suggesting the network cable is unplugged or broken.
I recently installed new software that requires port 8080 to function. When I try to run the software I get an error that port 8080 is being used.How do I check to see what process is using port 8080 so that I can open up the port to run the software? MACHINE: Windows 7x64
i have v-box running on win 7 in the vbox i have win xp i have it set on bridge connection i can ping the windows 7 side just fine but i can't ping 188.8.131.52 google and have no internet connection the internet on the host is fine?
the router gateway address is 192.168.178.1 the windows host has a static ip of 192.168.178.107 the xp in the v-box can not connect with dhcp so i have it set manual to ip 192.268.178.107 subnet 255.255.255.0 default gateway 192.168.178.1 dns 1 : 192.168.178.1 dns 2 : 184.108.40.206 it is bridged with a wireless network guest additions are installed
Just got a new Asus Zenbook UX31E and am having a certain problem where if I plug my external drive (Samsung S2 1TB, USB 3.0, 2.5") into the 3.0 port windows tries to install a driver for the new device but fails. Now the drive powers on when connected but wont load up as an accessible drive and is not found is disc management.I've tried the HDD successfully in another laptop with USB 3.0 and it works fine on my Zenbook's USB 2.0 port so I'm guessing there's no problem with the HDD itself. Also I have tried a small flash drive in the Zenbook's 3.0 port which worked fine.I have tried updating the USB 3.0 driver to the latest version via Asus' driver database but have got the same result.I would of thought with such a prestigious laptop someone else would of run across this problem but all my googling has turned up ziltch.
I am using the Belkin FD7050 v3 USB adapter. I was having all kinds of problems getting 7 to recognize it and find a network.
I got it work by installing Vista x64, running all windows updates and installing the adapter, then doing an in-place upgrade.
Everything was working great, no wireless problems at all. Then I unplugged the adapter and plugged it back in to a different USB port. Win 7 recognized the adapter right away and installed drivers, but it can't see any networks. Very similar to the first time I installed 7 before upgrading from Vista.
I have since tried uninstalling/re-installing. Letting Win 7 find drivers, manually installing the FD7050 v3 drivers from Belkin. Tried installing the Belkin drivers in XP compatibility mode and Vista Compatibility mode. Nothing works.
I'm trying to not have to completely reinstall Vista x64 and then upgrade to 7 x64 again. Any ideas?
My computer (windows 7 64bit desktop) at the office seems to be not able to connect to internet sometimes even though the cable is plugged directly into the internet port on the wall. Sometimes it works one day and then the next day when I come into office again, and it won't work. Every time I need to do the ipconfig release and renew then it starts to work again. I also heard that my coworker experienced the problem too when using windows 7, but the older computers running on xp never had an issue.
I need to open port 80 on my computer. I turned off my router's firewall for testing reasons and port 80 opened but i dont want to keep the firewall down. My router is an XMR100. How I can make an exception for port 80?
I bought a cable with ESATA on one end and SATA on the other end. What am I supposed to do with it? I connected a standard SATA drive to one end and the other end to the ESATA port on the back of the computer, and used an external power supply for the drive. The BIOS does not see the drive. Suspecting the drive needed to be powered from the same power supply as the computer, I plugged the drive into a normal power connector in the computer, but used the new cable to connect it to the external ESATA port. Still the BIOS sees nothing. The drive works perfectly as a SATA drive in the normal SATA connection.
I would like to know if there is a way I can test if a specific port is open on an IP address and if my PC can connect to that port? How do you do this from Command Prompt? 'telnet iport' does not seem to work since it just says 'telnet' is not recognized as an internal or external command.
I do not want to use a website to do this, since they will test if they can make a connection from their servers to the ip port in question, not if the port between my IP address and the ip in question is open.
I know about NMAP and Netcat, but don't know how that works.
When i dial up, i get some Error Message 633 message about COM port being used by other application or modem not configured properly.
In device manager the modem seems OK, and i dont know of any other device using a COM port. I've tried different drivers, swapping the modem around inside the case but no joy and i'm getting really annoyed now.
For the past 3 days Ive been trying to open up ports in my router (Siemens sx763) with no luck. Ive done all the port forwarding correctly but when i check the port from a website it say my port is blocked. I use a wireless connection. I think ive done my other router/connections/ip settings wrong but im not sure what it is.
MiniToolBox by Farbar Version: 25-11-2012 Ran by Marko (administrator) on 30-11-2012 at 15:26:27 Running from "D:\Internet" Windows 7 Home Premium Service Pack 1 (X64)
i have just installed HP WebjetAdmin on a W7 64bit Office Pro installation.It installed fine and is the 64bit version. Since restarting I get the error message The remote device or resource won't accept the connection Detected [URL] The device or resource (localhost) is not set up to accept connections on port "8000". The usermanual [URL] says 8000 UDP O HP Web Jetadmin Discovery Listen: HP Web Jetadmin uses this port on remote IP hosts to detect earlier versions of the HP Web Jetadmin software.8000 TCP I Web Server: HP Web Jetadmin provides an HTTP listener for the initial client launch, Help content, and device file transfer operations. I have Commodo firewall and this program's exe is set as safe, but when i shut Commodo the issue remains?
I googled how to open ports and it told me go in to windows firewall>advanced setting>new rule etc. I want to install a game so I need certain ports to be open and unrestricted. When I used online port checker sites they all say the required ports aren't open
(I was going to post this in the software section, but I assumed since it pertains to the network portion of the application and that I can connect through a VPN, that the problem is LAN Network oriented)I recently installed the software Raidcall (RaidCall-100% FREE Group Communication Software- IM, Group Communication and Voice Chat) which is a program designed to be a cross between Skype and Ventrilo. I avidly registered and the process went smoothly. That was all until I came up to login screen where after entering my information, I got the following error: Connection Failed. please try again later (Error code:23). Does this have something to do with Cyclic Redundancy Checking? That's the only information I could come up with. I've done as much research as I can think of, sent them an email with lots of information (no response as to the answer yet), and also asked on their forums but no dice.
Background information (I can provide more if needed)
- On a University Campus ( Technical Information | IT | Indiana Wesleyan University )
-I"m connected directly through to their wall. I"ve also tried swapping out my own cables to no avail.
- Have done an Error Checking Check for both drives (for CYC relation - which I think it may be the culprit (I"m not tech savy though hence my forum post)
- I CAN connect to it through a VPN (Hotshield) - obviously I don't want to have this be my way of connecting through it because I want to use Raidcall while playing (World of Warcraft) and it gives me horrible latency.
- I've called my IT support here at school, and they didn't think it would be something on their end. Although the guy on the other end did not sound intelligible at all.
I have problems with internet sharing. My laptop is connected to my home network wireless, and my x360 is connected to my laptop with a Ethernet cable. Now i can't turn on ICS. I get a error message "An error occurred while Internet Connection Sharing was being enabled. The dependency service or group failed to start"
I have also checked services.msc and ICS is set to manual, I've tried to set it automatic and restarted my computer, after reboot ICS is set to manual again. Can't force start, error message "Windows could not start the Internet Connection Sharing (ICS) service on Local Computer Error 1068: The dependency service or group failed to start"
I booted my computer this morning and I could tell that something wasn't completely right. It took an incredibly long time to get to the user account selection, didn't play the startup sounds, and when I finally log in, the Windows Aero theme had been set to the classic one similar to Windows 2000. I tried to restart the computer and it couldn't do it because it was waiting for the log off sound, which wasn't playing. I clicked force restart and the computer just sat at the desktop. After a hard reboot, I started Windows normally and in the lower right corner I got a message saying that Windows failed to connect to a Windows Service.
Turn on computer and it loads pretty normal. A few times it took a long time.In the incon tray notification pops up and says:Faild to connect to a windows serivce. Group Policy CLient service....prevents users from logging on ... as an admin look in event log.This is my home/personal computer and there are NO other users?!?Not sure what the hec this error is.It goes away after a minute and the computer runs fine.I have Avast internet security, malewarebytes running. Did scans with same with negative results.Also ran TDSSKILLER, Superantispyware, and spybot also with negative results (other than cookies)Googled and goggled some more...tried to change/add a registry setting to delay the Group Policy Timeout as seen in this workaround: [URL]but the issue is still here...
"Failed to connect to a windows service. Windows could not connect to the System Event Notification Service. This problem prevents limited users from logging on to the system. As an administrative user, you can review the System Event Log for details about why the service didn't respond." [URL]
After turning on my computer today it fails to connect to the internet or windows service. My computer doesn't acknowledge my internet network and now at the bottom right of my desktop says Windows 7 is not genuine when it is. I did a system restore several days back and the problem still persists. I just failed to use Malwarebytes even in Safe Mode + Networking because it is now corrupt, missing files, or mabservices is down. I did a virus scan with indexes last updated feb 28th and found nothing.
I just baught a HP Pavilion dv6 laptop with Windows 7 and am connected to the internet via my wireless remote. I can surf the net so I know I'm connected. I am supposed to have my email set up so that what I receive in my inbox on my desktop also shows up in my inbox on the laptop. I can send and receive fine on the desktop (Windows XP & Outlook Express), but when I try to send and receive mail in Windows Live on the laptop, I get this error messaage:
The connection to the server has failed. Subject 'test' Server: 'smtp.att.yahoo.com' Windows Live Mail Error ID: 0x800CCC0E Protocol: SMTP Port: 425 Secure(SSL): Yes Socket Error: 10060
I occasionally will receive messages, but I can never send.
Our PC internet quit working a few days ago. Our wireless laptop and Ipods work. After some (hours) of playing, I noticed our homepage was set to something Babylon. So realized we had some virus issues after research. I have run SpyBot S&D, SAS and Malwarebytes- all came up with some various serious threats. CouponBar, Babylon, I want it! etc. These programs seemed to have removed all the problems, but I still do not have access. My LAN can find my network, but says "no internet access" the wireless does not connect either on this PC.
My computer knowledge is minimal but after comparing various ipconfig screens, it seems to have something to do with the IP addresses. I read that 169.254...is not good. I disabled IPV6 and when obtaining IP addresses automatically didn't work- I typed in the ones listed on the details part of the adapter. Here is a screen shot of my IPconfig/all with LAN only: Windows IP Configuration Host Name . . . . .. . .
This Error popped up on my Screen today My Nvidia control panel, among other programs do not seem to start with windows any more ( i noticed this right away because my screen configuration had changed)I have checked the service and all of its dependencies and all of them are working fine.