Im new and currently learning networking so bear with me. I been pulling my hair for weeks trying to ping my laptops.
I got a netcomm wireless router where it has two desktop computer connected to it via Ethernet and they communicate fine with each other.
The problems occur when I try to ping my wireless laptop(on the same network but wireless) from my wired desktop(also on the same network). I get no reply from my laptop(100% packet loss) and I get "host unreachable" if I ping my desktop from laptop. I tried turning off firewall and then trying again but got the same result.
It somehow works with my Android phone(on the same network) as it can wirelessly ping my desktop computer. After this discovery I thought the problem resided in my wireless adapter and tried to ping my desktop with my other laptop but still the same result.
Any help will be appreciated. Thanks
Info: Netcomm Wireless NF4V
Desktop computer has linux installed. Laptop computers have win7 installed.
Ping to laptop from desktop: Problem - no reply
Ping to desktop from laptop: Problem - host unreachable
Ping to desktop from android phone: No problems
Ping to desktop from desktop : No problem
Ping to laptop from laptop: No problem
All laptops, devices and desktop are connected to "netcomm wireless nf4v" and are on the same network.
Edit : My wireless router has nothing enabled in Guest/Virtual Access Points under wireless and Clients Isolation checkbox is unchecked.