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Cannot access NAS with new router

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My client has a small office network: 5 pcs (4 wireless laptops; 1 wired desktop) and a NAS backup/storage unit (Buffalo TerraStation).  His ISP has sent him a new router (BT Business Broadband - 2Wire router).  All 5 pcs can access the internet and share files and print jobs with the new router, but no one can now see the NAS.

All the pcs have dynamic ip addresses (192.168.1.6x)  The NAS has a static address (192.168.0.250).  I cannot access the NAS at all over the network.

I'm pretty good at fixing pcs and scraping virii off customers' hdd's, but commercial networking is not my forte..
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How can I make the NAS available to the pcs on this network?
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