ReadyNAS NV+, with three drives
[*] D-Link router with IP range 192.168.0.xxx
[*] I had the NAS set to a static IP address of 192.168.0.100
Then, I changed to Verizon FIOS internet, and am using their ActionTec router
[*] ActionTec router with IP range 192.168.1.xxx
[*] The NAS is still set to ...0.100
[*] I set up a new static IP address for it (192.168.1.100) in the router, using the MAC address on the NAS
Unfortunately, the router can't seem to find the NAS. Interestingly, RAIDAR reports it at 192.168.0.100 over the wireless network - the same address the NAS reports. I can't open up the NAS' configuration page via browser - error says it took too long to respond. Presumably, that's because the router doesn't recognize that range.
I want to change the NAS' static IP (or reset it to dynamic IP, so that I can get to the configuration).
1. Can I safely tell the ActionTec to look at 192.168.0.xxx range, even though it itself is at ...1.1? Or will that seriously screw up my network?
2. Is there a better, easier way to get at this (e.g., the system reset button on the back of the NAS)? I'm leery of touching this after reading a post saying that too long a press would wipe out my (terabyte of) data.