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  1. Hello guys: I've got a fairly stable XR700 running here: no ISP dropping issues through the various firmwares, and pretty stable other than a single lockup and few quirks (auto update firmware/plex doesn't work). However, I just noticed that my laptop on WLAN-5G can't reach my desktop on LAN and vice-versa. I've searched for wireless isolation settings that I may have inadvertently set, but haven't found any. While troubleshooting this, I've gone ahead and completely disabled my guest SSID, so that's not it either. Both can provide, advertise, and receive external services (Netflix, Windows Admin Center, RDP, Powershell Remoting, whatever), but can't seem to use services between each other on the internal network without transiting to an external IP. The router has DHCP enabled for these and most other devices. They cannot resolve using DHCP normally, resolve via manual NSlookup, or ping each other. The only other device between them is a dumb switch. I've been sequentially going through every menu hunting for something I could have missed, and I brainstormed unsuccessfully over the weekend. Does anyone have any ideas?
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