My Internet connection is as follows:1) My cable modem connects to a hub.
2) My hub connects to two computers, by wire. My hub also connects to a Linksys WRT54G wireless router, by wire. All three devices have IP addresses 24.x.x.x and all three have the same subnet.3) My WRT54G wireless router supplies Internet access to my laptop. My laptop gets (through DHCP) an internal IP 168.192.x.x.
I cannot connect from my laptop to either of the wired computers in the network.
My WRT54G has built-in traceroute and ping functions. I cannot even use these features to ping my desktop computer using its IP address (24.x.x.x).
On my laptop, when I try to connect via ftp to my desktop computer, I see that the SYN_SENT packet has been sent when I run netstat. But my desktop computer does not receive the SYN_SENT packet.
When I am at school, connected to their wireless network, I can connect to my desktop computer without any problem.
Any one have a solution?