I've the following issue -
Computer A: Windows 7 Enterprise OS and part of a domain
Computer B: Windows 7 Home Premium and not part of any domain (in the default "WORKGROUP" workgroup)
I'm able to ping, RDP, tracert, and nslookup from Computer B to Computer A.
I'm not able to ping, RDP, tracert, and nslookup from Computer A to Computer B.
I'm using a Belkin wireless router that acts as the DNS (DHCP enabled). I'm able to ping the router from Computer A, which means something is blocking the traffic from the router to Computer B. I've turned off the firewall on Computer B. But, I'm still not able to connect to Computer B from Computer A.
Edit: Based on surfasb recommendations -
nslookup from Computer A returns the following:
Yes, I've tried to RDP using the IP address and it fails with standard error of host not found.
tracert from Computer A returns the following:
Tracing route to WORKGROUP [ip_address_of_computer_B] over a maximum of 30 hops:
1 * * * Request timed out.
2 * * * Request timed out.
Note that the nslookup appends the domain of Computer A, as Computer B is not in a domain.