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You have successfully compromised a machine on the network and found a server that is
alive on the same network. You tried to ping but you didnt get any response back.
What is happening?

  • A. TCP/IP doesn’t support ICMP.
  • B. ICMP could be disabled on the target server.
  • C. The ARP is disabled on the target server.
  • D. You need to run the ping command with root privileges.
Created 8 months, 3 weeks ago by CEHDon

CEHDon

I don't understand the answer to this question. ICMP is carried over TCP? Please explain.

diaamadou

ICMP could be disabled on the target server

jashimbd

yes ans would be 'B'

c.norris

I think tha answer is wrong.

ftrimino001

I think that the correct answer would be the option B

jam

It is be can't be B

jam

Correct Answer is B not A

Blood

ICMP could be disabled on the target server. not A

diaamadou

ICMP could be disabled on the target server

CEHDon

Yes Diaamadou, that should be the correct answer.

gusito79

CMP could be disabled on the target server.

gusito79

B. ICMP could be disabled on the target server.

Adeera

A. TCP/IP doesn’t support ICMP

Adeera

I don't understand why it could not be both A and B. I think ICMP could be disabled on the target server or the TCP/IP doesnt support ICMP.

sareed

TCP/IP Does support ICMP, the answer is B. Reference: https://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc958827.aspx

panram_99

B. ICMP could be disabled on the target server.

sareed

The answer is B. Reference: https://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc749323(v=ws.10).aspx TCP/IP DOES support ICMP. Reference: https://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc958827.aspx

msaneleotis@yahoo.com

Correct answer is B

jatin_p_desai

ICMP could be disabled on the target server.

Sanadhya

the answer should be b

camouflagee

B. ICMP could be disabled on the target server

Nico2a

B ICMP could be disabled on the target server

r4d1um

A

wftxgent

A. ICMP is a protocol. http://www.enterprisenetworkingplanet.com/netsp/article.php/3584166/Networking-101-Understanding-and-Using-ICMP.htm

fakrith556

b