win10 - what wifi network?

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  1. Montville

    Montville Master Guru

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    lately seeing this error and dunno whats up with it - my situation is fairly simple:
    I have an Intel AX200 wifi card connecting wirelessly to my wifi router for internet access - see picture

    simple like that.. all works as intended... what is this error all about? help appreciated!

    https://imgur.com/bPqwiKs
     
  2. The Goose

    The Goose Ancient Guru

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    At a quess....there are 2 networks...only one i assume is yours, you also have hotspot enabled, does the castle24 network need a password to connect.
     
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  3. Montville

    Montville Master Guru

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    Hi,
    both are router's wifi access points (2.4/5.0 ghz) hence I can use each to wifi access the internet - it's no real network here... 1 router feeding the devices around the house like TV/fones/wifi printer and such.
     
  4. mbk1969

    mbk1969 Ancient Guru

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    You can execute "netsh wlan show all" in elevated command prompt to see details about wireless things.

    Also you can browse for events in Event Viewer.
     

  5. Montville

    Montville Master Guru

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    mbk, the event viewer reports problems but I got none except Win10 believes, for whatever reason, I need to create wifi network (for switching) when I merely use wifi access points (of my router).

    Yes, I know the netsh commands but it's of no help in my case

    okay, it's late here ... back morrow...
     

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