|05 Jun 2012||#1|
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How to setup connecton to another homegroup on diff lan segment?
hi gang - I will quickly reveal my dearth of Network skills
this is more curiosity than "issue" as I can change these nets to be on the same segment ... but: I have Router A as primary AP and Router B as a client, via wireless connection - all subtending devices are on the air happily, and the wifi ssid is common. I have a Windows 7 ulti mule on hardwire to Router B, and Windows 7 in its homegroup on Router A via wifi. the two can't 'see' one another.
isn't there a way to simply map, specifically, the mule on Router B's subnet, by its actual assigned ip? how do I do that.... ?
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