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I am trying to give my Raspberry pi 3 B+ remote access using my windows laptop. I have connected raspberry using a ethernet cable and gave wifi connection to laptop. Then I tried making a bridge connection between both of them. To get the IP address of raspberry I scanned using advanced ip scanner. But from the results I got, I am not able to identify my raspberry pi IP.

On P 192.168.1.100 Intel Corporate
On P 192.168.70.1 VMware, Inc.
On 192.168.70.254 192.168.70.254 VMware, Inc.
On P 192.168.100.1 VMware, Inc.
On 192.168.100.254 192.168.100.254 VMware, Inc.

How can I find IP address of my raspberry pi? When researching about this I saw in a article raspberry buster has dynamic IP address and need to use different methods to find IP.is this true? If so what are those methods?

I am totally new to this and any kind of help is appreciated.

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  • "I have connected raspberry using a ethernet cable and gave wifi connection to laptop" - do you connected to the laptop with and ethernet cable AND by WiFi? – Ingo Jan 16 at 17:08
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Your question is unclear but if you are using ICS the Pi will have internet access BUT you will not be able to access it from the laptop.

Connect the Pi to your router.

The only option is to turn your laptop into a router which is off topic.

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