As far as for Mac, I'm not too familiar, but there should probably be an option similar somewhere in the ip settings. I highly doubt TeamViewer is built to do what you're trying to set up. I'm on Windows 10 Pro. Thanks, i find on most computers I am using clearing the arp cache fixes 90% of connection problems to the internet. Tnx for any kind of answare! We hope that you can contribute and help support this great tool! Can you reach any resources on the private network by either name, ip address or service? A colleague who also uses Cable One has not had any issues. This has been very intermittent for me in the past even with the property Sharing settings that are required. The lack of connectivity is generally either vpn client configuration based, or the firewall on the local pc's that are unable to pass traffic would be the first thing I would check.
Can I do anything with this? I will ask you more question in next post. This is what Brian refers to about the Windows firewall. Wierd thing is that it has connected several times successfully, but is very intermittant. Can you telnet to port 80 on a web server for example? For a while it there were no issues. I run the tracert 10. I installed it as instructed and have not changed any settings. Our office uses a different band of firewall, but the problem is the same.
If you want to use it as some kind of anonymizing proxy you should make sure your traffic is routed correctly. That is where all traffic will get sent by default. Then suddenly one day it stopped working right. Innerhalb des TeamViewer-Clients gibt es die Test-Ping-Funktion. Thanks for any kind of answare! This is what Brian refers to about the Windows firewall. They are both on the same hub.
Most of the time it doesn't. I am guessing its a driver issue since I can use the same Cisco client via my Blackberry dongled to the machine. Hi olimits7, Thank you for your post! I agree to my information being processed by TechTarget and its to contact me via phone, email, or other means regarding information relevant to my professional interests. A router would act as a bridge between two different networks. Regards Bernard Hi, the solution in the thread that was linked didn't seem to offer any solution to the ping timeout issue? Our office uses a different band of firewall, but the problem is the same.
Diese öffnet die Eingabeaufforderung und führt einen Ping-Befehl zum Partner durch. The mere presence of Zonealarm on my computer was evidently the source of the problem. I may unsubscribe at any time. Can you reach an external site through your homepc? They both run Windows 8. Normally I wouldn't care if I couldn't reach their network remotely as I have other means of connecting, but this client has remote users and the same problem I have has happened to one of their remote users.
At first I thought you got things mixed up. Is there a reason for that? What you describe ought to work, and is very similar to the setup I use. I would strongly suggest researching the case when someone attempts to connect from a 192. Have set remote Teamviewer to accept incoming lan connections, and allow network recognition and sharing. But we'll change to solution 1 when there's time.
I've been doing what you've been doing for both personal and work purposes on my home network. Does anyone know how to do this in Windows 7? Could this be a router issue? Do you see points along the path that do not respond? One more detail, you need a concurrent Rockwell license type, having a Dongle won't work I'm pretty sure. Das sollte mit den Standardeinstellungen und bei Verwendung von Standardnetzwerksegmenten z. I use the Run funtion to establish lan connection with back slashes and partner ip address from vpn window. In theory it shouldn't matter.