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Can't connect to HoloLens Device Portal through wifi
So I followed all the steps here: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/mixed-reality/using-the-windows-device-portal
and I cannot connect to the Device Portal on my hololens through a wifi connection.
Specifically this does not work:
- Connect from Windows machine on wifi to hololens wifi portal
- Connect from Ubuntu machine on wifi to hololens wifi portal
But this does work:
- Connect from Windows machine via usb cable to device portal
- Connect from Ubuntu machine on ethernet cable to hololens wifi portal
I can't ping the hololens on wifi or on ethernet, but I can connect to the device portal when on ethernet or through a direct usb connection...
I tried disabling windows firewall to no avail. I set the network to a private network, no change.
The hololens is set on developer mode, and device portal is enabled.
Is there anything I may be missing in order to connect over wifi? I already contacted both hololens and windows support, both of which told me to contact the other and that it wasn't their problem.