HOW TO How to Connect Two Computers Via Crossover Ethernet Cable

Posted: February 18, 2016 in networking, win tricks

In this tutorial we are going to show you how to transfer data from one computer to another. We need to PC/Laptop and a crossover cable to transfer data.

PC 1

Step1: Go to “Open Networking and Sharing Center“.
Step2: Click on “Local Area Connection“.
Step3: Now click on “Properties“.
Step4: Double click on “Internet Protocol Version 4(TCP/IPv6)“.
Step5: Click on “Use the following IP address:” and enter the IP address: as 192.168.1.1 and just give a click onSubnet mask. Once done click “Ok” and close it.

PC 2

Step1: Go to “Open Networking and Sharing Center“.
Step2: Click on “Local Area Connection“.
Step3: Now click on “Properties“.
Step4: Double click on “Internet Protocol Version 4(TCP/IPv6)“.
Step5: Click on “Use the following IP address:” and enter the IP address: as 192.168.1.2 and just give a click onSubnet mask. Once done click “Ok” and close it.

Now  two computers are connected. To share files we need to give access to our drives, so follow the commands given below to give access to your drivers.

Step1: Click on “Computer“.
Step2: Right click on driver and then Properties.
Step3: Click on “Sharing” tab and then Advance Sharing and then check out Share the folder
Step4: Click on Permissions to give control on the other PC and once done click “Ok” and close it
Step5: Click Security and then go onto Advance Settings > Change Permissions > Add > Advance > Find Nowat bottom click Everyone

If you have any problems then you can watch the video given below or comment below this post

Note: If you share your data via WiFi the data transfer will be 1-2MB and if you share the data via Lan cable the data transfer will be 10-12MB

Posted by Shubham ;)

 

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