I apologize in advance if there is already a similar topic.
I installed Multiplicity in my PC and Laptop, so I would be able to control both of them with one mouse/keyboard.
When I run mulitplicity on both PCs, the window appears "Network rules may block Multiplicity" with text "Your network has been set to a public network and this will usually block Multiplicity from working correctly." So I manually setup the connection and when I want to go into "Configure computer -> Settings" the window appears "Failed to connect" with text "Please check the firewall settings on the secondary (should not be Public/Guest), the computer name, and the IP adress." So I changed firewall inbound settings to Private, but it didnt help.
I am using Windows 10 on both computers and Multiplicity 3.42 KM build. But my Subnet is 10.0.0.x so it isnt private, but public.
Does this mean it wont work unless I change my home network to Private (Subnet 192.168..x.y.)?! Because I am not the owner of switch, neither have login informations.