Ken, Followed your instruction and connection failed. See the clip below.
When I ping, I get an immediate response. A tracert returns with the proper computername/ipaddr with only the 1 hop. All is as it should be with two computers on the same subnet.
Using whatsmyip.com fails because it is outside of my routers and has no access to this subnet. It returns the name and address of the Verizon wireless antenna that provides our internet access (gateway),
Both machines are on Glasswire 1.1.32b which I downloaded (re-downloaded) in the past two days.
I have no issues with internet access or my firewall nor with any external traffic getting through to my systems in my subnet including Glasswire. You asked yesterday if the remote computer firewall has Glasswire blocked – it does not and only Windows Firewall is running.
RSATom asked me to try telnet, but it is not installed on my PC and Win10 says another device is blocking my attempt to install it. Researching that.
My Genie Network Map may help you understand how I’m setup. This subnet is connected to the shown internet gateway which has the wireless antenna in its local network. My subnet does not interact with the gateway subnet except to define the gateway as its DNS server.
Update: On the remote PC, port 7007 status is LISTENING. I found that while Glassware Firewall shows that both Glassware.exe and Glassware Control Service are allowed, in Windows Firewall, only Glassware.exe was explicitly allowed. I added Glassware Ctl Svc and then I rebooted both machines. I am still unable to establish a remote session to the other PC.
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