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Network pinging issue

I have the following setup.

I have two routers which are connected in LAN to LAN setting thru a power line adapter of 1.2 GHz. I have totally three pcs connected.

Router 1 - Main router
1. Comp 1 - windows 10 laptop - Wifi

Router 2 - Secondary router connected LAN to LAN
1. Comp2 - Windows 7 desktop - both Ethernet and WIFI
2. Comp3 - Windows 8.1 LAptop - both Ethernet and WIFI

The problem I have is from my main computer, comp1 I can ping the comp2 and comp3
Ethernet ip's but not WIFI ip's.


Why?

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Usually a firewall.
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No Firewall Issue

Should not be the issue here.
1. No router firewalls.
2. All the individual machines have Norton 360 firewall for which proper trust relations have been setup.

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I've heard this before.

And found firewalls to continue to work even when turned off and configured.

As such I send you back to the maker of Norton and the unknown routers.

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