Visibility of a remote server in the network neighborhood of W10 File Explorer

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I have 2 remote networks connected by an IPSEC VPN which works well.

On the remote network I have a NAS (Synology) with SMB2 and SMB3 active

On the local network from my W10 PC:

- the command "nbtstat /a NAS-Remote" tells me that the NAS is registered so, I deduce that the Netbios name of the NAS-Remote passes the 2 routers/VPN gateways

- the NAS-Distant ping responds correctly: confirmation of my deduction

- in Windows features: SMB Direct is checked and SMB1/CIFS is unchecked

- on the internet card /IPV4: netbios on TCP/IP is checked

But in the network neighborhood, I do not see the remote server, whereas, from memory, I saw it before and this whether the Bitdefender firewall is activated or not

For me, the Netbios name arrives in the lower layers of W10 but is blocked afterwards

Thanks for your help



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