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Windows 7: I have to have two IPs one for access point WiFi WLAN and one for LAN

20 Aug 2014   #1
lse123

Windows 7 Professional x64
 
 
I have to have two IPs one for access point WiFi WLAN and one for LAN

win 7 pro
I have an old Internet Gateway - with access point
Thomson TG585 v7 , b/g WiFi + Ethernet 100Mbps

I have installed XAMPP local server

WLAN IP 192.168.10.X worked in the past i think - access XAMPP WEB PAGES - from mobiles wireless devices, but now not work...
I have to have two IPs one for access point WiFi WLAN and one for LAN Ethernet?
Although my mobile devices get WiFi i have only one connection - access point not shown in Network Connections win 7... ONLY GIGABIT ETHERNET SHOWN But as said mobile devices get online without problem.

how access XAMPP files from Mobile Devices on WLAN?

http://192.168.10.8/OOJS/index.html this works in pc but not on mobile


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21 Aug 2014   #2
lse123

Windows 7 Professional x64
 
 

I think prior 1mo or so i could access from mobile... via WLAN.

PLEASE SEE THE VIDEO HERE:
Find your computer's IP address - Windows Help

HAS BOTH LAN AND WLAN CONNECTIONS IN NETWORK CONNECTIONS , AND FINDS IP FOR WLAN.

Well why me only LAN IN NETWORK CONNECTIONS not WLAN?
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21 Aug 2014   #3
lse123

Windows 7 Professional x64
 
 

I have checked in one android tablet, one android phone wifi/3g
and one ipad only wifi

but all failed

only pc works....
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