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I have 3 cat5 cables going from my router to 3 rooms. The router has a LG N1T1 network storage device attached. all 3 rooms get internet ok. Room 3 can see the storage device on list of shared devices but no access. When i move room 3 computer to room 2 then fine. Suggest the cat 5 cable is faulty?

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Hi,

As you are able to go to internet from room 3 through the same cat5 cable then i dont think its a cable issue. Please check Storage device if there is any access permission/deny needs to be configured.
If that doesnt help , you can try once by interchanging the cables between the one going to room2 and other one going to room3.

Best Regards

Posted on Nov 15, 2010

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