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Configuration assistance with mac and windows

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Hi,

 

Could someone help me configure synergy to my windows 10 62bit device and OS 2.5ghz(mac book pro 15inch  Intel core i7?  I have connected to the network via wifi both of the computers are on the same network. the devices don't allow me key in the ip addresses install it as per various video tutorials I watched. Please do advice!

 

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Please provide more details about your machines (OS, 32/64 bit, Synergy version installed, connected to the network via Ethernet or Wi-Fi, specify which one is the server). Also, post a screenshot of both machine's Synergy interface and the Server Configuration interface on your server machine.

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The server is a windows 10 64bit machine. The Synergy version installed is Synergy Basic. I have attached the screen shot here. The Mac OS is the 10.12.13 version. The synergy basic version is installed. I have attached here screen shot for the os version too. I use the wifi network for both the versions.

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Uncheck the auto config box on the client machine and manually enter 192.168.0.6.

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I tried unchecking the auto configure box on the client machine and I manually entered the IP address on the client machine no luck ):

 

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Screenshots please.

Edited by Paul Suarez

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Please remove the extra dot. You should only have "192.168.0.6" in it.

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it still does not work.

I hit apply then start stop couple o times5936fe7077223_ScreenShot2017-06-06at2_11_09PM.thumb.png.fe776c03d4b66b1a74c3fc63ac2f0bed.png

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Why is it still showing 169.254.x.x on the logs? Also, what are those 10.211.x.x and 10.37.x.x networks for?

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