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ping time difference in cisco router and windows pc

When I am pinging from cisco router to a remote pc

ping 202.51.183.169 repeat 3200

time consumed by this ping is equivalent to

ping from a windows pc to a remote pc

ping 202.51.183.169 -n 100

I want to know why 3200 ping from router is equivalent to 100 ping from windows pc?

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Re: ping time difference in cisco router and windows pc

The interface whose IP address you're Telnetting to should be up/up and pingable from the PC host on the LAN. If you cannot ping the router interface troubleshoot your LAN for routing related issues.

The modem line should have modem inout (for dialin/dialout) or modem dtr-active (for dialout only).

The line should be configured with transport input telnet or transport input all.

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