Starting over on each PC would be the fastest way to rule out network issues and leave software as the culprit. First make sure Windows firewall and the Comodo firewall are not running on top of each other. If both are running disable the Windows firewall and just use the Comodo firewall. Delete all the network connections on each Machine and set up the new connection to the router. Next Follow This Guide
from Panasonic to check your settings in DLNA. Also on the Windows 7 Machine In Network And sharing Under the Advanced Sharing Options tab Make sure Password Protected sharing is turned OFF
. Because Password Protected Sharing turned off, the security permissions have to be changed on the folder(s) to allow Everyone access. Right-click the shared folder > Properties > Security Tab > Edit > Add
and type "Everyone" (not the quotes) into the box and select OK. Tick the boxes next to the permissions you want to allow (e.g. Read or Write, etc.) then Apply > OK
. Some messages may appear: "An error occurred while applying…" This is not unusual and can be ignored by clicking Continue.
5. Windows firewall is normally set to allow file and printer sharing but if you have a third-party firewall make sure file and printer sharing are enabled so that each machine can talk to the other(s). Do not disable the Windows firewall if it's the only one running.
6. To see or copy files, click the Windows Orb (Start) > Network and the computers/folders/files should appear. Use two windows to drag files from one PC to another.
Edited by Sneakycyber, 01 May 2012 - 09:31 PM.