|29 May 2011||#1|
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Windows Network Map (not a map drive)
I have a Cisco Valet M10 router and have a problem. If I go under Network and Sharing Center and click on "View Network Map" it says I have all these hubs and switches when I really don't. Here's how it looks right now. Here's how my set up really is. I have a laptop connected to a switch and I have it connected wirelessly to my network. That switch is connected to the router. Then, my router is connected to my modem. My home server (desktop that I made into a server) is conected via ethernet directly to the router. I also have a priner connected directly to my router but that not showing up is not my big issue.
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