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I get following response on Wireshark while running ping on windows PC:

6007 11.928578000 58.65.XXX.XXX ICMP 74 Echo (ping) request id=0x000c, seq=17134/60994, ttl=128 (reply in 6014)

6341 12.929617000 58.65.XXX.XXX ICMP 74 Echo (ping) request id=0x000c, seq=17136/61506, ttl=128 (reply in 6353)

6430 13.930676000 58.65.XXX.XXX ICMP 74 Echo (ping) request id=0x000c, seq=17137/61762, ttl=128 (no response found!)

As per my findings (no response found!) is due to firewall blocking but I dont understand first two messages. Any help in this regard would be appreciated.

asked 17 Jul '15, 07:40

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The first two ping requests were answered in packets 6014 and 6353, respectively. The third was either blocked, or Wireshark just doesn't have the response packet in the capture file and thus could not match it to the request.

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answered 17 Jul '15, 07:44

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Thank you for your reply.

(17 Jul '15, 09:10) noman4ever
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