+ 0 Votes So have you looked in the WiFi Access Point OH Smeg February 21, 2013 at 9:24am PST And Bridged the Wireless and Wired LAN's together. By default these are separated to prevent cross talk. Col + 0 Votes Our network in short... codyd56 February 22, 2013 at 4:16am PST I have the fiber coming into the building which is then connected to my wireless router (which acts as my DHCP server) which has is connected to the Cisco Small Business unmanaged switch. Everything from the building that is ethernet connected is connected to that switch, and anything wireless connects to the router. + 0 Votes Can you ping the workstations? kmthom February 21, 2013 at 11:19pm PST Try pinging each workstation and device from one of the machines. Also, are you using an Active Directory or work-groups type setup? If you are not sure what Active Directory or a domain controller is, you are probably using work-groups. Depending on your version of windows, you can do a simple Google search to find out how to change the computer names/work-groups. Try putting them all within the same group and test it. Make sure the individual computer names are different however! Let us know how it goes, -=K=- + 0 Votes Try entering the full path to a known host in the network wellington.it February 22, 2013 at 12:10am PST This comment builds on kmthom's comment. You didn't say what version of Windows you are working on and if the the other members of the network are the same version. Try pinging to a host name where you are sure of the exact host name and the shared drive/directory. If successful with the ping test, trying pathing in the exact address to the share from an explorer address bar (\\hostname\DriveOrShare). I have experienced this exact problem in the past and when I put the full path to the share , Windows all of a sudden sees the host AND all of the other hosts on the network. + 0 Votes No luck so far... codyd56 February 22, 2013 at 12:11am PST I am able to ping everything on my network from my laptop EXCEPT for that computer. I believe I am using workgroup setup and yes the new computer is in the same workgroup. There's only about a dozen devices in this network so I'm fairly confident there are no computers with repeated names. My father is an network admin and he has suggested setting up a domain several times but I still have no idea what that is or if it will help, and I haven't really had time to research it all that much. As for the bridge between the wireless and LAN, I am looking in the internet-based control panel and I do not see anything that jumps out at me as what you're talking about. Could it be called something different and I'm missing it? + 0 Votes Subnet issue?? Sysadmin/Babysitter February 22, 2013 at 2:22am PST 1- since you are on a wireless network, everybody else connected to the SAME wireless router should be seen. (This assumes that the wireless connection is their/your ONLY connection) 2-If you are connected to the same router that the other users are connecting to (wired or wireless), can see the others? 3- try using a hub/switch as a connector to the other computers network, (rather than the router you are using. 4- Also, insure that NONE or ALL of the computers you are trying to see are Apple OS X computers. + 0 Votes These are all Windows 7 Professional 64-bit computers codyd56 February 22, 2013 at 2:50am PST All computers are also receiving IP/subnet info via DHCP. I am not able to ping or direct the computer to any other computers on the network. I'm now apparently having issues with my laptop not being able to see other computers on the network also. I'll keep trying to work with what I've got, but does anyone think a domain controller or something else could fix this situation? + 0 Votes Our network in short... codyd56 February 22, 2013 at 4:16am PST I have the fiber coming into the building which is then connected to my wireless router (which acts as my DHCP server) which has is connected to the Cisco Small Business unmanaged switch. Everything from the building that is ethernet connected is connected to that switch, and anything wireless connects to the router.