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I set the Ip address manually to 192.168.1.0 and now I can not connect to the media vault and/or the control center

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The HP Media Vault includes a process allowing the customer to reset many parameters back to default factory settings; without losing data already saved to the drives. Some of the parameters that are reset:

  • Administrator user name and password
  • Workgroup
  • Time Zone
  • LED Controls
  • Language
  • Network Settings
You will need a paper clip, straighten out one of the bends in the paper clip. Locate the small opening between the USB port and the health LED. Insert the paper clip and hold the button down for 10 seconds. If you simply press and release the reset button you will simply restart the system


The following occur when you successfully reset the system.
  • Administrator password is cleared
  • Administrator user name is cleared
  • Workgroup is changed back to WORKGROUP
  • Time zone changed back to Mountain Standard Time
  • Change LED controls back to On
  • Default language is set to English
  • Network configuration is set to DHCP
  • Network name is set to "HPMediaVault"
after resetting connect to it and chage back to your custom settings.

For more details please check this link
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frequently asked questions section

Hope this will help u
Thank you.

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That is not a valid IP address.
IP addresses must end with .1 to .254
I am surprised that it let you set it to zero

Best bet is to reset the media vault to factory defaults and then follow the manual to set it up. Go to support.hp.com for more info.

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Static IP addresses are often used for computers that host specific services, or for computers on small, manually managed networks. To set up a static IPv4 address on a Windows Vista computer, first find an IP address that is not currently in use and is outside the DHCP assignable range (if applicable). Then follow either of the procedures below.

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