The laptop connects to a wireless router, a D-link DI-524.
The D-link router and the wired computers connect to a Netgear FR114P.
The Netgear rounter connects to a ZyXEL P-660R-T DSL 'modem.'
The reason for 2 routers is because I have other wired devices so I need the
additional ports. However, in the process of troubleshooting this, I
discovered that having even 1 wired device connected to either router causes
For now, I have uninstalled LLTD from the laptop because if I can't get this
to work, I would rather have the other computers in the Network Map.
Please let me know if I can provide any additional information that may help.
"Karl Froelich [MS]" wrote:
> What do you have connecting the devices together? There are some devices
> which can play havoc with LLTD.
> Please be specific with the device model, hardware version and firmware
> "pitbull2" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
> >I have a Vista Business box, an XP Pro box, and an XP Home laptop. The
> > and XP Pro boxes are connected to my router using wires and my laptop is
> > connected wirelessly. I installed the LLTD patch (KB922120) on both XP
> > systems. Whenever the LLTD patch is installed on the laptop, the Vista
> > Network Map does not work. It gives the error "an error happened during
> > the
> > mapping process." If I unplug the network cable from the XP Pro box, the
> > Network Map works and the laptop can be seen. If I reattach the cable and
> > turn off the wireless radio on the laptop, the Netowrk Map works and the
> > XP
> > Pro box can be seen. So to summerize, if I have wireless and wired
> > computers
> > on my network at the same time, the Vista Network Map does not work. Is
> > there any solution to this?