Also, if you have both a wired *and* a wireless
interface in each
machine, they should both have different ip >addresses in
subnets. This is important.
Give your wired interfaces IPs in the 192.168.0.0/255.255.255.0 range,
and give the
wireless interfaces IPs in >the 192.168.1.0/255.255.255.0
I believe daniel has hit the nail on the head here, I may be wrong (feel
free to correct me if I am) but from the routing table, and from the
rest of the dialog it appears that your laptop is trying to route
packets to your network via the wired interface instaed of the wireless.
I believe ths could be solved with some creative scripting or magic
somewhere and i am probably not the person to solve the problem but
hopefully this insight may catch the attention of someone who can help
with the specifics.