Why Win10 is capable ping and get a response from its own node?
Recently I’ve noticed that Win10 (perhaps other versions as well ) is capable to ping its own ethernet node and even to receive a responce from that.
There are a few worstation in office which are receiving a response and there are a few workstations which are not receiving response.
As a side note: none of the workstations are physically connected with each other; IP-addres is 188.8.131.52, for example.
So my question is: Why is it possible? Is there any settings that allow to turn on/off such an option?