Basically, I can ping from my Linux server to Windows (when I disable the firewall), but I can't ping from Windows to Linux, whether I disable the ufw-firewall or not. It just doesn't reach it. My Ubuntu uses a Network Bridged Adapter, as well.
Linux server's IP:
Windows IP (Wi-Fi):
Because of this, I think, I cannot connect to the linux server using SSH as well. Firewall can't be the issue, because I disabled both of them.
I've said this in the comment section below, but might as well repeat it here. No, SSH does not work. It gives the famous error: "Network error: Connection timed out", and I still haven't been able to fix that problem.
Yes, my Ubuntu host is on a Virtual Machine (VirtualBox). I'm just trying to connect my Ubuntu server (which is on a VM), to my Windows host, through SSH. But that doesn't work. Since that didn't work, I tried to ping the two, and one of two was successful, which is strange. If it's the Network Bridge Adapter which is causing a problem, what do you suggest I take? And also, I HAVE done SSH before, and it worked. Only now, after a couple of months, I'm trying to do SSH again, and now it's failing, for some weird reason. Should I try and change the IP of my Ubuntu?
It's an Ubuntu Server. Here are the two relevant config-files of my server: