I recently got my laptop into a shared internet connection with my home-pc - the setup looks like this:
laptop.wlan 192.168.0.10 -> pc.wlan 192.168.0.5 -> pc.lan 192.168.0.9 -> router 192.168.0.1 laptop.dns 192.168.0.5 | pc.wlan.dns --- | pc.lan.dns 192.168.0.1 laptop.gw 192.168.0.5 | pc.wlan.gw --- | pc.lan.gw 192.168.0.1
the pc.lan has ICS enabled and every pre-added protocol activated.
- I get Internet, whitout any problems.
- I can ping and remotedesktop to the shared pc
- I cannot ping or connect to my gateway on ...0.1 -> why?!
My feeling is, that this is intentionall, although it is the same network and subnet and the laptop has joined to the homenet-group. Firewalls are off.
If it is intentionall is there ANY way to use my pc as a network-access-point, so that my laptop can connect to my network and the internet? Of course I could try to VPN my way back in, but this would be strange o_O
Maybe I just made a studip mistake (it's quite late), feel free to point it out - thanks ;)