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Posted on 22-02-07 18:23
Right,

I have a wireless D-Link DI-524...
I also Have one Laptop with xp Pro Installed
I also Have one desktop PC with xp Home installed

The router has a firewall
The Desktop has AVG Aswell as zonealarm
The Laptop has avg

Both the laptop and the desktop can access the internet wirelessly

I have tried to set up file sharing, but was unsuccessful

They are in the same workgroup.
Both Have file sharing enabled
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Posted on 22-02-07 18:34
Have you allowed the wireless connection into the trusted zone on the desktop with ZA?


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Posted on 22-02-07 18:52
i have alloud everything in the range yeas
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Posted on 22-02-07 19:04
Ok, so.... try that :

1) ping work between all machines?
2) scan machines and tell us if there are open ports
3) try to disable the firewalls (windows firewall and others)

Let us know


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Posted on 22-02-07 19:10
how on earth do i ping
I have tried disabling both firewalls
All ports are in stealth
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Posted on 22-02-07 19:13
Sorry if i dont understand...... You asked how to ping? And what do you mean whit all ports are in stealth?


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Posted on 22-02-07 19:14
type "sheilds up" in google and it scans all your ports. it says all of mine are open but are in "stealth"
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Posted on 22-02-07 19:16
lol dude, scan from a machine to another in your intranet


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Posted on 22-02-07 19:17
how would i go about doing that
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Posted on 22-02-07 19:22
file sharing is done by services and open ports, so....think


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Posted on 22-02-07 19:47
Ok, to ping, type this into command prompt: (assuming PC1 is 192.168.0.1 and PC2 is 192.068.0.1)

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ping 192.168.0.1





You should get replies if it's working properly.

Next, get nmap.

Run it on one of your PC's like this:

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nmap 192.168.0.1





Post the list of open ports for both computers.




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Posted on 22-02-07 19:54
how on earth do i ping


Funny and sad at the same time. Ping is used to send packets to a machine, and then expect a reply, of usually 100% of all packets sent.
If it doesn't receive them back, then it assumes and reports to you that the machine is not "alive".

This is done with the TCP/IP Protocol (as opposed to UDP). Read:
http://en.wikiped. . .l_Protocol

so, if one of the machines on your local network has the IP, of say 192.168.1.40 and you wanted to see whether it is alive and accepting communication, you'd do:

ping 192.168.1.40

To help you remember what it does, remember the famous PoD (Ping of Death) crashes on old machines, when they receive too many packets they crash.




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Posted on 22-02-07 20:01
erm ... i "pinged" 192.168.0.1 I managed to do the ping but not the nmap the ping came up with

4 SENT and 4 RECEIVED (there were looads of text but this bit seems important)
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Posted on 22-02-07 20:12
hell, just install an HTTP or FTP server on one machine, then download from the client. That'll get rid of the whole networking shabang!


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Posted on 22-02-07 20:15
lmao my pc's dont have that much hard disk space
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Posted on 22-02-07 20:18
ok now invert the ping.....i mean ping from the other machine now.
And do the nmpa too from all the machines like that :
nmap 192.168.0.1-254

Post results and we will can help


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Posted on 22-02-07 20:22
my cmd wont nmap
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Posted on 22-02-07 20:24
again 4 sent 4 received ... Both PC's Said this on the "ping" request
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Posted on 22-02-07 20:29
Youre not in your net right? I suggest you dont do anything.


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Posted on 22-02-07 20:30
all pc's are on the same workgroup and access internet
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