I want to share my wlan from my laptop (win10) with my Raspberry Pi, that is connected with the laptop through a ethernet cable.
The Pi has a static IPv4 address. I am able to connect through SSH with it over the ethernet cable. For this I have to make a static IP at the laptop for the ethernet connection. Then I can connect over putty via SSH.
In my opinion I have to make a static IP at the laptop for the ethernet connection with the Pi. But then I am not anymore able to share the wlan.
I also followed this video but it wasn't that helpful because I have a static IP on my Pi that I want to keep.
Can someone also explain the difference between the right click on wlan -> properties -> sharing -> enable "allow the network user to connect through this internet connection"
click on wlan and on ethernet, then right click -> Bridge Connection