Not sure what happened here...This is the setup:
Motorola Surfboard SB6120
Vaio Desktop w/XP
Dell Desktop w/XP
Dell Laptop w/XP
HP Laptop w/Vista (used wirelessly)
The Vaio and two Dell's are physically connected to the ports on the Dlink.
The HP Laptop is used exclusively wirelessly.
The Dlink has been in service flawlessly since late January 2010. No issues at all until today when the HP stopped accessing the internet. Message was 'local area connection adapter not plugged in'. I'm no pro, mind you, but I played around w/the HP for a bit to see if it was anything obvious - couldn't find anything.
I went to the Dell laptop, unplugged it from the Dlink, turned on the radio and found that 'No Wireless Networks Found'. This laptop was literally within 2ft of the Dlink.
All the settings in the Dlink appear to be normal. It's supposed to be continuing to broadcast, the wireless LED on the front is solidly lit and all the wired ports continue to work normally.
I unplugged the Dlink for 30secs and plugged back in but it didn't help.
Everything had been working perfectly fine and now both machines that can access wirelessly can no longer see the network being broadcast at all. Very strange...
Thanks in advance for any guidance!