On 3/26/2019 at 11:17 AM, Saksham said:
windows can see windows, phone can see ras pi, ras pi can see phone. but windows cannot see phone or raspi?
Your assistance is highly appreciated. Your question (the same as mine) got me thinking about why were they limited to seeing machines connected wired or connected wireless and not wired to wireless
1. Apparently the cuplrit was my modem/router's LAN & WAN weren't in the same network. I was able to configure it but then I would not have a connection to the internet. It allowed all my devices to be connected to the same network while being resricted to connect to the internet.
2. I have disabled the modem/router's WiFi capability so that it only accepts a wired connection.
3. I have borrowed another router installed with DD-WRT which was set up as an access point for both wired & wireless connections.
4. Both wired and wireless machines are now able to communicate properly
It took me quite a while to figure out this fix and a bit more to find someone willing to lend me a router (a bonus with it having DD-WRT)