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Windows 10 Networking

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#1 spleaf


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Posted 07 February 2016 - 12:35 AM

Hello. I have a networking issue at my home I was wondering if someone could help me fix. I have a wireless/wired network that spans across the street via some Ubiquiti hardware and I am having the network troubleshooting wizard in Windows 10 tell me that I have a networking issue. I found the troubleshooting issue when trying to figure out why I couldn't file share. I am wondering if I have my IP's set up correctly as well. 


I have 2 pcs. The network goes something like this: Fiber Internet>linksys router>wired gigabit switch>Ubituiti>Ubiquiti>Linksys router in bridge mode, thus linking the two houses together.


I have checked to make sure all my ips and subnets are correct as far as I know, but again, I could be messing this up as well.


If I need to provide any more information please let me know.


Thanks for reading.

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#2 Kilroy


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Posted 07 February 2016 - 01:48 PM

Has this ever worked?


Can both machines access the Internet?


Can you post the IP Address, Subnet Mask, and Default Gateway for both machines?


How are you attempting to share files?

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