we have about 8 virtual servers backing up to the NAS,
On some servers the UNC path does not work and it is only accessible via \\192.168.x.x
On others the UNC path works without issue
But on one server it does not make a difference if the UNC path \\NAS is used or the ip address \\192.168.x.x
doing a ping 192.168.x.x -t and letting it run for a couple of minutes lets me access the NAS ( both UNC and IP )
Its a Synology diskstation NAS
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