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Windows 7: Multiple Networks being read but there is only one network set up.


18 Nov 2013   #1

Windows 7 Professional 64bit
 
 
Multiple Networks being read but there is only one network set up.

Alright we have our work network set up with about 10 computers and 10 VOIP phones on it.

We have our modem that goes into a Netgear Router and then connects through a dummy switch which connects all of our computers and phones in the office.

What is going on is that on a semi regular basis several computers in the office are readying 2 networks but there is only 1 network set up. None of the computers have a wireless card so they can't be picking up a wireless network.

We do have a second modem in the office connected to a router for our wireless but it is not connected in any way to the other router or our switch. Any ideas on what is causing this.

It is always fixed by simply disabling the LAN adapter on the computer and turning it back on. When it comes back up 1 network is all it shows but then a couple days later it will start reading a 2nd network again. Any help would be much appreciated.

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