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D box 2

I cannot connect d box 2 to my laptop. Says either wrong ip or firewall is blocking it. I have checked both and they are correct, all firewalls are off.
Please help.
Kind regards,
Rakesh.

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Have you checked your windows firewall.

eiter turn it off or allow the ip of your box

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