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Only you have to tell me how to find out the LAN IP (Static) of each computer.
I thought when I installed NIS, it instructed me to turn off Windows firewall; that is why I have turned it off. I must have read somewhere about that. I didn't do it myself. But if you say, there won't be any clash I can turn Windows firewall back on. But then would it interfere with my home wireless network like NIS is doing? Please clarify this point.
Basically they said, "If you have a router on your internet connection and if your wireless network is WEP/WPA (password protected) you really are not in any danger at all." Yes, I have a router (Netgear) and my wireless network is password protected (not sure if it is called WEP/WPA). I know the hardware also provides firewall protection, but as you said, two firewalls are better than one. That is why we use software protection too. Now if I turn on Windows firewall, that will be three firewalls. Right?
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