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Receiver will not connect to Home Network.

I recently had to replace  my home network Linksys Router with a new Linksys Router with 4 port switch.  The Yahmaha is set up with DHCP on and will easily connect to the internet for net radio however, it will not see my shared MP3 music folder on the PC, it previously had.  Now what I found was in the firm ware on the router I needed  to go to UPnP and under the HTTP I had to change it from 192.168.1.0 to 192.168.1.101.  Everytime I then shut the Yamaha receiver off then restart it still won't find my network.  As long as I go put that port back to 192.168.1.0 then back to 192.168.1.101 it finds the newtork.  Anyidea how to make the receiver keep finding my network?

 

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