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Westell 327W.. Under My Network, the pane labeled "Scanning Network" is empty. Previously, it had displayed a list of all the devices connected the 327W.
How do I correct this?
what kind of PC dell, lenovo, hp etc?
because it kinda sounds like your wireless switch is turned off.
Also, try toggling on and off the wireless LAN radio by using the combination Fn+F7 key (fn is located near the ctrl, windows and alt key, and f7 is above the number 8 usually - so both at the same time). An icon appears to indicate wireless ON or OFF when toggled.
My network consists of several computers and printers, some of which are wireless and some of which are Ethernet.
The computer that I am using, the Gateway, is connected to the 327W via an Ethernet cable.
All of the wireless devices have Internet access.
To me, this sounds like nothing more than a firmware bug, or a display issue whenever you try to visit the Network Map in the Westell. Clicking on My Network and navigating through the menus should get you an up to date list of what's on the network.
All it took was a power recycle. 🙂
Good to hear that was all that it needed. Sounds like the typical "Running for a duration" bug to me 😛
Pretty much the last option :P. Seems as though things aren't coded to run for months anymore without having an issue these days!