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Can't assign ip configuration to NAS 208

Hi, I've moved the Fastora NAS-208 in order to make room for another server. I cannot access it now after it was unplugged for an hour. I tried to reset it. Usually it finds the DHCP Server and obtains an IP addr automatically. Does anyone know the secret to this? I've tried searching the web.

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Run Fastora Assist, it should detect your NAS even if no IP address is assigned to the NIC(s). Make sure to connect all NIC(s).

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Probably the NAS got the same IP address of the router/switch. Something like 192.168.1.1. Try changing your router default IP address to 192.168.1.3. Look for the NAS now.

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