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Zyxel NSA325v2 - Cannot find web interface via browser

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Hi all


Per topic title, I was changing the static IP of the NAS and may have typed a different digit or two accidentally other than the planned address. I am now unable to access the NAS's web interface and do not know what the address is. How can I find this information? Could somebody walk me through it please?


Best regards


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Do you think that it might be on the same sub-net or was it completely off?


If it is completely off, you might need resetting it so that it uses DHCP and then look at the router to see what it was assigned.


Otherwise you could try pinging all the addresses on your network.


My personal suggestion is to assign the IP address on the router, not the device, have the device get the IP address through DHCP so that this type of thing can't happen and it also makes it easier to move to another network or change the network address.

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