Can't connect or ping from/to wireless devices on home network
I cannot connect or ping any wireless PC from any other wired PC or wireless PC. I cannot ping the router from any wireless PC. I can connect/ping wired PCs from any other wired PC and ping the router from a wired PC. I just can't connect or ping to/from any wireless PC on my home network. I am pretty sure this is NOT related to any PC firewall settings. This started happening after updating the router to the latest firmware (V22.214.171.124_10.2.36). It had been some time since I upgraded the router firmware so I don't remember the previous version.
All devices can connect to the internet w/o any problems (I can also ping internet addresses).
I can see all connected devices in the router's attached devices.
PC based devices are all Ubuntu or Ubuntu based.
Re: Can't connect or ping from/to wireless devices on home network
Nevermind I am a complete idiot. Might as well expose my idiocy.
Found a wireless device that did work. I could connect/ping my wired devices and a few other wirless devices. The wireless devices that were NOT working were somehow connected to my guest wireless network... at least its good to know the guest network is doing its job...