I have been through all that stuff
I have things configured correctly on all machines.. I have double and
triple checked this
it is a wireless bug on name resolution and I can find no way to correct it
by any configuration changes
it simply will not work correctly
it is absolutely isolated to wireless networking
While on wireless -- I can clearly access my wireless access point, the
wireles nic get a IP address and firewall gateway properly and I can always
access the internet
then problem is accessing other computer on the internal network -- all
machines are in the same workgroup, all machine are in the subnet... etc etc
the vista laptop simply refuses to name resolve and access other machines on
I have even turned of the computer browser service on all machine except my
windows 2003 server box to avoid browser master election problems
as I said -- swap in a hard drive with XP and the laptop connects wirelessly
plug in a wired lan cable and the vista laptop work absolutely as exepcted
I have another vista machine with only wired networking on the lan and its
works perfectly fine on the network.. It has other Vista wierdness with some
software like repeated VC++ runtime errors that I can not trace to cause..,
but it networks with issues..
I know how to share folders and the like in VISTA without problem
the issue for me is clearly this wireless network anomaly with wireless name
resolution on the lan.
"Mick Murphy" <MickMurphy@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
> Have a read of the above
> "Steven Toney" wrote:
>> I have the exact same issue with a VISTA Lenovo Laptop
>> wired -- everything works as expected
>> wireless -- although I can get out to the internet with problems via my
>> wireless AP in my firewall -- I have numerous "local network issues
>> to not being able to properly resolve names on the network
>> something is definitely screwed in VISTA wireless..
>> Swapping harddrives to one with XP on it on same hardware does not have
>> wireless problems........................
>> "Robert L (MS-MVP)" <email@example.com> wrote in message
>> > With wireless connection, can you ping each other?
>> > --
>> > Bob Lin, MS-MVP, MCSE & CNE
>> > Networking, Internet, Routing, VPN Troubleshooting on
>> > http://www.ChicagoTech.net
>> > How to Setup Windows, Network, VPN & Remote Access on
>> > http://www.HowToNetworking.com
>> > "TheTraveller" <TheTraveller@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in
>> > message
>> > news36F10F2-8B90-4ED7-B9B7-800BA6F4BBEA@microsoft.com...
>> >> Hi:
>> >> I just purchased a Dell Ispiron 1520 with Vista Home Premium on it. I
>> >> have
>> >> tried to set it up to connect to my home network through my Trendnet
>> >> TEW-431BRP router, but I am not having any luck. Here is what is
>> >> happeing:
>> >> VISTA MACHINE:
>> >> - Can use Internet
>> >> - Cannot See XP Machine
>> >> - Cannot Share Files or Printers on XP
>> >> XP MACHINE (LLTD Installed, wired into router):
>> >> - Can use Internet
>> >> - Can See VISTA Machine
>> >> - Cannot Share Files on VISTA
>> >> Same workgroup for both PC's. I have actually shared some specific
>> >> directories on both machines. Same ID and Password on both machines.
>> >> Network Discovery is turned on on the Vista machine
>> >> I finally decided to try a Wired Connection and all is working as
>> >> expected.
>> >> I am using ZoneAlarm on both machine and have put all my home network
>> >> addresses into the Trusted setting.
>> >> Any ideas as to why it doesn't work when using WIRELESS?
>> >> Thanks in advance.