I have 4 PCs on a network ...
PC-4 (Win 7)
(and a few laptops)
No matter what I do, I cannot make PC-4 visible on the network.
I have a shared folder on PC-4 accessible to "Everyone"
When I view the network on PC-4, I can see everything else on the network except PC-4 (i.e. It won't see itself).
I can read/write/copy/delete files to/on all other PCs on the network.
The internet works fine.
I'm using static IPs
The network is set to "Work Network"
Network Discovery + File/printer Sharing + Public Folder Sharing are on (On all profiles)
Password Protected sharing is off.
It's a newish PC with no software installed (even anti-virus).
I have windows firewall turned off.
In this article I will be showing you how to subnet the easiest way possible for IPv4 (Internet Protocol version 4). This article does not cover IPv6.
Keep in mind that subnetting requires lots of practice and time.
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