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ESTABLISHING PEER TO PEER

CONNECTION
WINDOWS 7
CONNECT TWO COMPUTERS

1. Connecting the network


hardware and cables to set up
a local network

PC to PC (same device)

Connection using a network


device
2. Configure LOCAL AREA CONNECTION
Option A.
1. Go to Control Panel  View Network Status and Tasks
2. Change Adapter Settings
3. Select Local Area Connection  Right Click  Properties
4. Select Internet Protocol Version 4 (TCP/IPv4)  Properties
5. Select Use the following IP Address (based on the given IP address)
6. Input the IP address, then Click OK.
2. Configure LOCAL AREA CONNECTION
Option B.
1. In TASK BAR  Notification Area find the Network icon Right Click
2. Select Open Network and Sharing Center
3. Do No. 2 – 6 of Option A.
 3. Do the same steps in other computer.
 4. Check the connectivity of each computer using
PING command.
1. Open command prompt 192.100.0.1

2. Type ping, then IP address of the other computer.


Example: In PC #1 command prompt,
type the following ping 192.100.0.5 192.100.0.5
3. Repeat the steps in PC # 2.
4. If there is a reply, meaning the computers are now connected to each other.
PROBLEMS ENCOUNTERED IN ESTABLISHING CONNECTION

 Request timed out


- means that the local host did not receive a response from the destination host
- destination host might be down
- connection issues (IP address, cable)
 Destination Host Unreachable
- tells that ping request from the computer cannot find the route to the destination
IP Address (destination host)
- destination host might be down
- connection issues (IP address, cable)
Turning on Network Discovery and file sharing in
Windows 7
Steps:
1. Click Start button, and then click control panel
2. Under Network and Internet, Click HomeGroup and sharing options
3. In the HomeGroup settings window, click Change Advanced Sharing settings
4. Turn on network discovery and file and printer sharing. Review the other settings
and turn them on of off.
5. Click Save Changes.
FILE AND PRINTER SHARING
Sharing drives, folders, and files in a Windows 7 network.

To share non-public folders with other computers on a local network, follow these
steps:
1.Click Start , and then click Computer.
2.Browse to the folder you want to share.
3.Right-click the folder, select Share with,
and then click Homegroup (Read),
Homegroup (Read/Write), or
Specific people.
4. If you chose Specific people, the File
Sharing window displays.
5. Click the down arrow and select the account
you want to share with, and then click Add.
6. Click an arrow under Permission Level to
set the permission level for each account or
group.
7. Click Share.
Go to Network and Sharing 
 https://support.hp.com/ph-en/document/c01894721