Hi, I have two problems with my home network.
There's 5 computers on the network, 2 wireless, and 3 wired, all on one router.
There's two seperate problems with two of the wired pcs.
The first, which led to noticing the second, is that even though i'm connected to the internet it doesn't show what network i'm using, or doesn't know the network is there. It's not causing issues, but no one seems to know what's the cause, maybe you do?
And second, the other computer that is also hardwired to the router shows two routers when I open the network map. It shows the computer going through a router labeled 'switch' and that going to our actual router, and then to the internet. While I can see the third computer goes through our router and has no issues at all, I can't see the first (the one with no network) except at the bottom of the network map.
So my question is, what is this switch? There's no reason it should be there.
I also attached a photo of the network map.
Edited by hamluis, 18 February 2014 - 09:22 AM.
Moved from Vista to Networking - Hamluis.