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changing ip address on Netgear ReadyNAS nv+

Posted on 2014-12-09
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hi experts,
I had my nas setup with ip 192.168.88.10 and now the ip addresses changed and I got a 10.65.8.10 for this NAS. I hooked up the nas to a 5 port switch and I gave me laptop the 192.168.88.14 address and I can ping the nas but don't get the gui interface when I enter the ip address in IE. how can I change the ip address?
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Aaron Tomosky earned 500 total points
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You need to give your laptop something like 10.65.8.11 to hit 10.65.8.10
If you are on a 192 ip that has to be routed through a layer three device to reach something 10.
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This might be helpful, once you have fixed the IP issue Aaron T. references above;
I found this about using SSH on readyNAS. You can log in to manage if the Frontend is not available.

http://www.readynas.com/?p=4203
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Got it, thanks!
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