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Windows 7: Teredo tunneling And network sharing?

07 Jan 2010   #1
badspell68

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Teredo tunneling And network sharing?

Does an XP and Win 7 machine need Teredo tunneling protocol IPv6 connectivity turned on to have a functioning home network (Teredo problem is on the win7 box)? My Teredo device has not been working so I disabled it and now I'm attempting to setup a home network between the two computers and I'm having no luck.



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07 Jan 2010   #2
RedBirdDad

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Homegroup is only supported on W7 and does indeed use IPV6.

If you have a mixed environment such as W7 with XP or Vista you need to use workgroups.

There's several tutorials on how to get this going. Here is just one:

Sharing files and printers with different versions of Windows - Help & How-to - Microsoft Windows
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07 Jan 2010   #3
badspell68

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Any for combined Win 7 and XP?
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07 Jan 2010   #4
RedBirdDad

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That link should work for W7 and XP.
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07 Jan 2010   #5
aem

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Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by badspell68 View Post
Does an XP and Win 7 machine need Teredo tunneling protocol IPv6 connectivity turned on to have a functioning home network (Teredo problem is on the win7 box)? My Teredo device has not been working so I disabled it and now I'm attempting to setup a home network between the two computers and I'm having no luck.
From the surface of things, i do not think so. Ipv6 is for use with Homegroup, if you got XP and W7 in the mix, then forget Homegroup, therefore ipv6. How are you wanting to network the two?

In anycase the key thing is getting them talking to one another, if they both can ping one another, no matter how they are connected to the network, you're set.

My tut in my sig is the old fashion cable method, however ALL wireless is the same. As i said the key thing is getting them to ping one another.
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07 Jan 2010   #6
badspell68

Windows 7
 
 

Really only looking to share the printer connected to the XP box with the wireless Win 7 box?
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07 Jan 2010   #7
aem

Windows 7 Ultimate 64Bit
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by badspell68 View Post
Really only looking to share the printer connected to the XP box with the wireless Win 7 box?
Have you read the pdf in the link supplied by RedBirdDad?

Step 4 looks like what you needed.
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07 Jan 2010   #8
badspell68

Windows 7
 
 

Thanks, but I wish it were. Still can't see any computers from each other.
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07 Jan 2010   #9
aem

Windows 7 Ultimate 64Bit
 
 

You said your teredo device, is that your wireless/Lan adapter?
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07 Jan 2010   #10
RedBirdDad

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Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by badspell68 View Post
Thanks, but I wish it were. Still can't see any computers from each other.
Did you read and try the steps in the pdf document in aem's post?
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