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Topic # 143929 1-May-2014 19:38
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We have a Black Genius (Full not light), the LAN cant seem to see the WLAN (WiFi).

Generally we use WiFi for all of our devices and they can happily see each other (tablets, phones, printers, PC's etc).

Ive now got a device that needs to use the LAN on the Genius. If I plug the device in I get internet no problem but I cant ping any of the other devices on that are connected via WiFi.

 

I haven't changed any settings on the Genius as far as I know.

Anybody have any ideas why the WLAN cant see the LAN network?

Thanks

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  Reply # 1035096 1-May-2014 19:42
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LOL oh dear, looks like the device I was pinging was turned off sealed (apparently the power went off the other day while I was away on business).

Its working now!

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