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Topic # 179301 3-Sep-2015 13:08
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I have another problem with the new router, I cannot see the other devices on my network so cannot seem to map a network drive. Previously was done by Computer name, but cannot see any other machines in the network now. Have also tried by IP address and that won't address the device either.

 

How can I enable this on the Router?

 

 

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  Reply # 1379034 3-Sep-2015 13:16
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Would also pay to note these are Wired devices, havn't checked Wifi yet.



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  Reply # 1379048 3-Sep-2015 13:26
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Network discovery was turned off at some point - possibly when assigning the static IP to the machines.
Sorted now.

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 1379051 3-Sep-2015 13:28
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So you sorted your issues :)

Talking to your self is ok, however answering is concerning hehehe




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  Reply # 1379067 3-Sep-2015 13:44
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Nebbie: So you sorted your issues :)

Talking to your self is ok, however answering is concerning hehehe



Inevitable when working by yourself for long periods,

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  Reply # 1379070 3-Sep-2015 13:47
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Nebbie: So you sorted your issues :)

Talking to your self is ok, however answering is concerning hehehe


and arguing with yourself is enough to get you locked up :)

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