1. First of all click start --> Control Panel Network Connection, Right Click on LAN (Local Area Networking) and then choose Properties.
2. Choose TCP / IP Configuration, and Click Properties
2. If Properties Clicked, do a configuration like picture below. Example here we use 192.168.0.2 for Windows and 192.168.0.1 for Another Computer.
4. Click Ok. How can we ensure our IP is 192.168.0.2? Just write
ipconfigon cmd (windows command prompt)
5. Test the connection with
to Linux Computer (on cmd (windows command prompt)). Example here
Windows now have LAN connection to Another Computer. Image above shows that connection succesfully. If failed it will be Request Time Out or Destination Host unreachable.
If Something wrong try to check Windows Firewall Configuration. Set Windows Firewall to OFF both of the Computer