|03 Aug 2012||#1|
accessing windows share on different subnet
My Windows 7 machine runs in the subnet 192.168.1.x (actual IP 192.168.1.33) and there is a Linux machine with windows share (smb or Samba) on a different subnet 192.168.2.x (actual IP 192.168.2.5). There is a router inbetween of course.
Before they were on the same subnet and I could easily see the Linux machine when using Windows Explorer and clicking on Network. Now, I can't see it anymore.
Any help and explanation on how this stuff works would be great !
Thank Windows community !
PS: The router works perfectly as I can acccess the printer (192.168.1.80) from my Linux machine (192.168.2.5).
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