So I shutdown the ReadyNAS, unplugged the top network cable, and powered it back on. Still IP on 192.168.168.168. Shutdown, plugged in the top network cable and unplugged the bottom network cable, powered on. Still IP on 192.168.168.168.
So I shutdown, plugged in a network cable directly from my MAC to ReadyNAS. Opened network preferences, clicked on ethernet, changed the config to manual, set the ip to 192.168.168.167, subnet to 255.255.255.0, router to 192.168.168.168. Powered on ReadyNAS. Once it booted up, I connected via browser to 192.168.168.168 and was able to login. Everything config wise looked normal. I went to Network / Interfaces, IPv4 Assignment, set it to use values below, IPv4 Address 192.168.7.183 which is what I have the router set to assign to the mac of the ReadyNAS, Subnet 255.255.255.0.
Shutdown the ReadyNAS, plugged both network cables back in, and rebooted. It of course assigned the IP of 192.168.7.183. I then connected my MAC back to the network and was able to reach the admin via browser at 192.168.7.183. That looks good.
Try to ssh again. It still fails.
Macintosh:~ Drew$ ssh email@example.com
ssh: connect to host 192.168.7.183 port 22: Connection refused
Go to finder, go, connect to server.afp://192.168.7.183
Go to finder, go, connect to server.smb://192.168.7.183
Check ReadyNAS Admin, Services , Standard File Protocols, AFP is enabled.
Check ReadyNAS Admin, Shares, Share Listing, AFP is enabled for my shares.
So at this point, I can access via https and smb but not afp or ssh.
Any one have any ideas?