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Solved NAS doesn't show up in angry IP

Discussion in 'Networking' started by minimustangs, May 23, 2018.

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  1. minimustangs

    minimustangs Thread Starter

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    One of my NAS devices doesn't show up in Angry IP scanner.
    Its at 192.168.0.150. I can't ping it, net use shows the drive connected, but the IP isn't discovered.

    I can access the files. I just thought it is weird the IP scanner doesn't pick it up. It picks up everything else. It sees an identical device on 0.151. For whatever reason it just doesn't find this one drive. I've power cycled the NAS, and can access files.
     
  2. Fireflycph

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    How do you know that is't at the IP provided? Does it have some kind of Web-interface or control panel that allows for configuration on the device itself?
    It could be discovered by Host/Netbios name instead of IP.

    If you add Netbios info and Mac address to the "Fetchers" does it show up?

    Fetchers are under Tools or [Ctrl]+[Shift]+O (Not zero)
     
  3. minimustangs

    minimustangs Thread Starter

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    How do I know? I programmed it with that static IP.
    I added MAC address columns, and 2 devices come up with 00:10:75, there should be 3.
    No it doesnt show up, but NET USE, it does.
     
  4. minimustangs

    minimustangs Thread Starter

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    I'm gonna mark this solved. Logged into the NAS this morning reset IP to 0.150, and it shows up again. No idea where that (the IP) went, or when, but its reset now.
     
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