How to troubleshoot a failed ping request

Network connectivity is a prerequisite for any network deployment. The availability of the network is ensured by the configuration and response to ping requests. The ping can be used to test, such as to verify that routing is working properly and so forth.
ICMP and ping messages could be used against us in a system attack or network discovery. This post will show you how to troubleshoot a Palo Alto firewalls failed ping request.
The structure of your network can have a significant impact on the troubleshooting process. If your network is complex, it might be difficult to keep track of the network and determine the root cause of problems. Use the right tools and a deliberate approach to troubleshooting to narrow down the problem.
How to troubleshoot network issues
A network is an essential part of any organization’s IT infrastructure. There may be connectivity issues with a network once it is built.
There are two basic processes that you should follow when troubleshooting network problems.
Verify the Network Hardware. Make sure that your network hardware is in good condition. Rebooting your network devices can sometimes work after you have double-checked their physical connections.
You can verify that servers and hardware are functioning properly by turning routers on or off.
Use the Command Prompt. Use the Windows Command Prompt to troubleshoot any network problems manually if everything is working properly.
Ping and tracert are useful programs that can resolve minor issues in many cases. The ping program can measure latency between the destination and requesting hosts and check for basic connections. It can be used to determine if there is an issue with your company network or your network. Tracert can then be used to determine how fast a packet flows between nodes on the network. It will look at the hops it takes to travel from the request host to the destination host. Combining these techniques can help you pinpoint the problem on the network.
nslookup and ipconfig. ipconfig is used to determine the IP address of each host in the network. This is useful for diagnosing network problems such as IP address conflict. Network problems could be caused by problems with the Domain Name Mechanism (DNS), which maps domain names to IP addresses. If the DNS configuration is not correct, the domain name as well as the associated IP address are not able to be reconciled and you cannot access the website or services. If the nslookup utility fails in finding the IP address(es), connected to a domain name, it means that there is a problem with DNS.
netstat. The netstat utility displays information about a host’s network connections and their status. It can help you determine how much traffic is flowing through the network and identify port issues.

How to troubleshoot a ping request
Troubleshooting ping requests in Palo Alto firewalls is a fundamental task that every network engineer and technician must do. ICMP and ping messages could be used against us to attack our systems or network discovery. Therefore, they are disabled by default.
The default attitude of the Palo Alto firewall on its data plane interfaces is that it will not respond to pings. Let’s take a look at the Palo Alto firewall and see where we would go to adjust this behavior.
In the following configuration, the data plane interfaces ethernet1/1 or 1/3 are not receiving ping requests. They refuse to allow others to communicate with them to manage the box.
The management interface is the best way to administer the Palo Alto firewall for the moment.