We have 2 networks here at work. One has a dedicated internet connection, the other is just a second (slower) dedicated internet connection but also has a NAS on it. (Two isolated networks, two routers, separate wiring, separate DSL connections, etc etc.. ) On my Mac Pro I have both plugged in. I get my internet from the primary connection (Ethernet 1, the top service order on my network pane) and back in SL I could access the NAS on the other connection (Ethernet 2) in my shared section from the finder. Upgraded to Lion and now I have to disable my primary network for the NAS to show up (falls back to the secondary connection with the NAS on it.) If I reboot into SL they both appear again and I'm getting internet from the main line (Ethernet 1). Is there a setting or something I'm missing to get this back? It's annoying. Thanks. /Edit I should add when I have both network connections plugged in and working I get internet and a IP on a 10.1.xxx network, but I can still access the NAS on it's separate 192.168 network in Safari to use it's web based admin. (It's a QNAP 8 bay box) I still don't see it in the shared section though, for that I need to disable my 10.x network in the System prefs Network panel and be solely on the 192.x network.