Solved New router and NAS is not found

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Solved New router and NAS is not found

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Ok, I'm running that beast of R2600ac, but now I can't connect to my NAS, not even with my local IP. Tried with Synology Web Assistant and I get no DiskStation found within LAN.

I've set up static IP for my LAN on my previous router.

I've noticed that my static IP was 192.168.0.x, but that router has local IP 192.168.1.1.

Also my DHCP server settings are now this:
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Should I change it to something like 192.168.0.10 for start IP for my NAS to find?

Or can I simply change my local IP from 192.168.1.1 to 192.168.0.1 as it was on the previous router?
 

jeyare

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first, doesn’t matter how is DHCP range, you can assign static IP for your NAS out of this range (better for clean network).
If you can’t find the NAS, use Advanced IP Scanner (free of charge, to scan your LAN). Then you can set the static IP address in your NAS, also gateway.
 

fredbert

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You can try changing the DHCP server to 192.168.0.0/255.255.255.0. And the SRM’s local IP should then be 192.168.0.1.

You may need to refresh you computer’s network settings. It is on 192.168.1.x at the moment
 
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Ok, solved everything now. @Daddo helped me out privately.

Yes, we needed to set the router IP to 192.168.0.1. Now everything works like a charm.

RT2600ac is great! Specially SRM.
 

fredbert

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On my SRM DHCP settings I use start / end IPs of .....201 / .....254. I then use ...2 to ....199 for DHCP Reservations. Anything .2 to .99 is a wired connection and .102 to .199 is WiFi. For example, a device get .43 for its wired connection it then gets .143 for WiFi.

Once a device gets a DCHP pool IP it's easy to reserve it and then change the desired IP. Next time it refreshes its IP with DHCP it will get the reserved address.
 

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