If at any time during the ping procedure you do not receive a return message for a successful ping, the address you are pinging is not available. Check the address in the Web User Interface and make any necessary corrections. After you have made the corrections, continue with the ping procedure.
127.0.0.1 is your local host address, and pinging it verifies whether the TCP/IP protocol is installed and functioning properly. If you cannot complete this ping, you can reconfigure your TCP/IP protocol or refer to your operating system documentation for more information.
This command verifies whether your PC is responding to requests. If you cannot complete this ping, make sure all the cables are properly connected.
The default gateway address is 192.168.123.254. This command verifies whether you can connect to other machines and can get to the Broadband Router with USB Print Server. If you can establish communication with the router, you can access the Web User Interface and configure the settings. If you cannot complete this ping, make sure that the router's power cord is plugged in and that the router is properly connected to your computer.
This command verifies whether your router is functioning properly and allowing traffic to pass through.
This command allows you to resolve valid Internet host names to IP addresses and to verify that you have access to the Internet.