I am trying to connect to my win10 laptop with my iPad Pro over LAN. I enabled the setting on my laptop to allow LAN connections. When I type the IP address of my laptop it cannot connect. Both machines are connected to the same WiFi network and are in the same subnet.
Does anyone know if this is a bug or if there is a fix for this?
What do you mean by, you enter the IP address?
Teamviewer uses unique ID to access remote devices. Or maybe it is possible, havent tried it myself. Did you read this ? https://community.teamviewer.com/t5/Knowledge-Base/Can-TeamViewer-be-used-within-a-local-network-LAN...
You could try testing the connection from your Laptop to your iPad
Yes I did read that. I know each device has their Unique ID but if you read the document you need to enter the IP address of the device if you want to connect through LAN.
Network connectivity between both devices work, that is definitely not the issue.
I didnt get the time to read it yet. But by scimming through the article, it looks like its possible
What i meant by the connection, is if your Laptop can remote to your iPad via Teamviewer.
Just to rule out any issues with the network.
@mts-arkil Network connectivity should not be the problem. I can ping between the machines. Also there is no option to connect to your iPad through a LAN connection with TeamViewer. But it does work the regular way. I want to try connecting through the LAN because I imagine the latency will be much lower than over an internet connection.