are you giving the touchpads static ip addresses and if so each touchpad should have a different ip address, only the gateway/router ip address and subnet should be the same, the actual touchpads ip's should differ.
Quick example, your ip's will ofc differ but youll get the idea.
192.168.0.1 (router/gateway entered on both touchpads)
255.255.255.0 (subnet entered on both touchpads)
you should have something similar, tho id recomend just letting each touchpad auto aquire an ip, shouldnt have to do more than just selecting the wifi SSID/name, selecting WPA (or whatever your routers set to), then a password after connecting, and that should be it.
i could be wrong thinking your manually giving both touchpads the same conflicting manual IP unless you meant different, its just this reads that way.
hope u solve it soon.
When you configure the ip address on the touchpad, are address
, subnet, gateway and DNS servers going to be input idenctically on both tablets? That is what I have been doing