unable to see or connect to own network
Three weeks ago using my older Dell laptop I was able to see available networks and successfully connect to my work network. Now I'm unable to see my own work network but can still see other networks. It's a small two-person office.
I can take the laptop to other locations and connect to new networks just fine. I've updated Secure by Frontier to the latest version so it's up to date and I still can't get connected. I see other available networks but not my own.
I took a different Dell laptop to work that has never been connected to my work laptop in the past. It immediately saw available networks including my own and I was able to connect to the network after entering the password. I even connected a smartphone to the network.
I'm at a loss now as why I can't see my network on my older laptop. There have no setting changes made to the router to prevent access to the MAC address assigned to my laptop,
So, I think there is setting in Secure by Frontier on my computer blocking access to my own network. I know there are setting to trust websites. Is there a Firewall setting to block websites or more specifically blocking a signal from seeing a specific wireless signal?