Har du NAT eller annat aktiverat i din Netgarrouter, som blockerar NAS:en från det övriga nätverket? Att den inte syns i Finder beror kanske på att du måste lägga till den igen. IP-nummerserien ser kanske annorlunda ut på den nya routern. Har du provat att lägga till den igen i Finder? Kan du nå den via Safari?
Nja, jag tror nog att det borde funka med det första alternativet nedan, att ominstallera firmware, detta raderar inga data.
Men eftersom jag inte har denna NAS eller har testat detta själv vet jag inte säkert.
Ur manualen för denna NAS:
Resetting Your System (System Switch)
Refer to the Installation Guide included in the shipping box (a PDF of the Installation Guide is also on your Installation CD) for the location of the System Reset switch on the back of the ReadyNAS Duo.
The System Reset switch allows you to perform two functions:
1. Reinstall the ReadyNAS Duo firmware.
2. Reset the ReadyNAS Duo back to the factory default settings.
Typically, you should not need to resort to options (1) and (2) unless you exhausted all other means of recovering your system. You might want to reinstall the ReadyNAS Duo firmware as a first step, if the ReadyNAS Duo had been working normally but a configuration change makes it inaccessible. If this does not work or you wish to set the ReadyNAS Duo back to a factory default state, you can do so following these instructions below:
• To re-install the ReadyNAS Duo firmware: Use a paper clip to depress the switch while the system is off. Continue to depress the reset switch while powering on the system for approximately 5 seconds until the disk LEDs flash once to signify that the command has been accepted. The firmware installation takes several minutes to complete. The Status LED in the front will be solid green when the process is complete. The installation does not affect the data on the ReadyNAS Duo.
• To set the ReadyNAS Duo device to Factory Default: Use the same process, except you must hold the System Reset switch for 30 seconds after powering on the system. You will see the disk LEDs flash for a second time to signify that the command has been accepted. Changing User Passwords There are two ways in which user passwords can be changed in the User security mode. The first way is for the administrator to change the passwords by selecting Security > User & Group Accounts and then selecting Manage Users from the pull-down menu. The other and preferred way is to allow users to change their own passwords. This relieves the administrator from this task and encourages users to change their passwords on a more regular basis for enhanced security. Users can use the Web browser and their existing password to log in to https://<ip_addr>/ to access the Web share listing page. Then select the Password tab, and follow the prompts to set a new password
Warning: Make sure that you do not continue to press the reset switch after the LEDS flash once, otherwise a Factory Default will occur that erases your data. (see below)
Warning: This process reinstalls the firmware and resets all disk configurations, wiping out any data you might have on the NAS.