I have a yellow machine and I am using it with my mac network. I have a linksys router and a new airport extreme wireless router. I have everything on the network able to communicate but the yellow machine isn't showing up??And suggestions?? Thanks in advance-Tom cell 315-794-2212
The reason the drive won't mount is because the RAID is corrupted. It
may require manual intervention. You would have to log in through root
on the box. How long did you wait before trying to mount a partition.
Trying waiting 2-3 hours (if you see lots of disk activity they are
going through a repair). If you see none then you have to go the manual
intervention route as root and run the "md" commands to identify the
root cause and repair the volume.
The unofficial support website is: http://www.yellowmachinesupport.com/
You would need to use the RAID tools on the linux os loaded on the unit
in order to repair.
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Yes, it must be attached to the network
0. Install the yellow machine software on the PC
1.Log on to the Yellow Machine Manager. Go to “Logging On To Yellow Machine Manager” on page 8.
2.From the Yellow Machine Manager, click Network > Network Interfaces. The Network Interfaces window appears.
4.Select Yes to Enable LAN Interface. Default: Yes (Enabled)
• If you select No, all other LAN option fields are blocked.
• If you disable the LAN Interface, the only access to the Yellow Machine appliance is
through the WAN port. Anthology Solutions does not recommend this configuration.
5.Check Enable DHCP Service if the DHCP service is needed for the PCs attached to the Yellow Machine appliance’s LAN ports. This setting makes the Yellow Machine appliance the DHCP server for your LAN (or sub-network), providing IP addresses dynamically for the clients connected to the LAN ports. Default: Checked (Disabled)
6.Select either Obtain IP Address Automatically from DHCP Server, or Static IP Address. Default: Static IP Address
• Choose Obtain IP Address Automatically from DHCP Server if your Yellow Machine
appliance connects to either a router that has DHCP service enabled or to a cable
modem. This setting makes the Yellow Machine appliance a DHCP client on your
• Obtain IP Address from ADSL provider is greyed out.
• Choose Static IP Address if your network is locally defined and controlled and does not
use DHCP services. Type the IP address manually.
7.Specify IP address and Subnet mask if you selected a Static IP Address, and click Apply.
8.Click Yes to confirm, No to abort. The changes takes affect within five seconds after the network interface change notice appears.
First, I would suspect your PC has the printer installed using the IP address of the printer. I would uninstall the printer, then go to "add printer" then "add network printer" and see if this works. If not: HP has a neat setup available for their printers. Go to their website and look for network printer setup. This will install on your computer, and go through your network and find your printer.
Had the same problem. What i did was in the Airport Configuration program goto "Airport" then to "Wireless" and then to "Wirelesee options" In this menu deselect "Use wide channels". Also i decreased the power of the 5.0 Ghz transmission, because i don't use it yet. But i think the "Wide channels" is the reason of the problem. It is a bit weird thoug, on my Airports Guest acount with no password and incryption, the Acer One loged on perfectly, but on my private network with WPA2 it did not. Aparantly the Guest network does not use "Wide Channels"
Hope this helps, but take care, maybe the menu's are called differendly because i had to translate them from Dutch.
connect the airport extreme to the voyager using a network cable... factory reset the extreme and then connect to it using the airport utility... you should get a setup screen where you can switch the extreme to "bridge mode" .. everything else should happen automatically.. you will then have 2 wireless networks?
Cable modems don't usually have this issue so I'll assume your on a DSL connection, 56K modem, or someother phone related variant. You were most likely setup for a connection through your Airport using local IP settings on each machine and when you moved the machine you reconfigured yourself with a DHCP address. There are two solutions. (1) Reconfigure every machine for DSL (2) Configure your airport for DSL and connect everything to it.
Unfortunately the process from one provider to another varies slightly. But for that reason I generally only recommend cable for multi-computer housholds sharing a web connection.