2 networks connected at once, why?

September 11, 2010 at 13:58:06
Specs: Windows Vista
When I hooked up the wireless network it is connecting to two different networks at once. When I disable one they both disable. When I connect to one they both connect. How do I fix this?

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#1
September 11, 2010 at 15:22:36
Who owns the 2 networks? Are you saying that they are connected to each other or that your machine is connected to both of them?

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#2
September 11, 2010 at 16:01:12
the computer is connected to both of them. They have different names also so that's why I don't understand why it's doing this.

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#3
September 11, 2010 at 16:23:54
How could you disable one wireless network???
You can disconnect from one wireless network but not disable one.
You can disable the wireless network card, that's correct.
You also cannot connect to two different wireless networks with only one wireless network card.

Are you really connected to both wireless networks or are there simply shown 2 different networks.
I ask, because when two or more wireless networks are shown in the available network list, that does not mean, that you are connected to them.

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#4
September 11, 2010 at 16:31:12
Paulsep is 100% correct.

"You also cannot connect to two different wireless networks with only one wireless network card."

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#5
September 11, 2010 at 19:08:53
When you open your network and sharing center and it shows which network is connected, it shows two networks connected with full signal strenth. It also both shows view status and disconnect. If you click on disconnect on one, they both disconnect. It doesn't matter which one you do, they do the same thing. Is this considered two different networks? How do you fix this?

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#6
September 11, 2010 at 22:20:00
Do they each have 2 completely different names? What are they?

Run ipconfig /all from a command prompt & post the output. I'd be surprised if there were two IP addresses for the same adapter.

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