Hope this is an easy one. Macbook Pro (via wifi) MacPro (via ethernet) Galaxy Nexus (via wifi) Have recently been networked together on a netgear WNDR3700 router... and they can't see each other, but they all see the internet. Before I start -- I moved. They were networked on a Time Capsule at my last place, worked fine. The Netgear router is another family members, and apparently has no special restrictions on it. Top priority is two macs to see each other. Nice to have would be the galaxy nexus connection. -The two macs can't see each other -Both macs running Lion 10.7.3 -Finder preferences to show "shared" on both. -Occasionally the mac pro will appear in the shared section of the Macbook Pro's finder, but will never connect. -I can see 3 windows computers atm in the shared section on the mac pro (I think they're hard wired too) -I can't see any computers on the Macbook pro -In system preferences, both set to share some folders In both cases: File Sharing is checked. Some folders Admin is read and write, I'm read and write, everyone is read. Sharing file folders by AFP is checked. I tried: Rebooting the router Rebooting the machines and flushing the P-Ram. Disabling AFP check, reboot, (both). Tried using Command-K in finder and typing in the AFP # in there and connecting. None of these work. I don't know if this helps solve the main issue, but the side issue is that the Galaxy Nexus (wifi) won't connect to either the Macbook pro (via wifi) or MacPro using Doubletwist with airsync. Neither computer can see the device when they scan the network..... I may try to see if I can hook the galaxy nexus up to a windows machine that's not mine, but I am pretty windows illiterate. My time capsule will be arriving in 6 weeks (my partner is moving after me), in case that'll help?