05-06-2010 11:41 AM
No, its working with the original router.
I borrowed a Thomson Speedtouch 510 non wireless modem/router and I could see the NAS immediately.
So, in the LAN section I set Network Mode to Static, used an unused IP Address (18.104.22.168, Netmask 255,255,255,0 and the Default Gateway to 192.168.1.2 (my router).
I don't remember the next steps but I assume I shut everything down, swapped the cables over to my own DSE XH9950 Wireless ADSL Router (this must be a router branded for the local retailer [Dick Smith Electronics] here in NZ) and it seems to be working OK.
06-29-2010 09:33 AM
I had the same problem. New NAS 110 1TB right from the box can not be found by BlackArmor Discovery - message "No Server Found On Your Network". After reading this post I set my computer IP address to 169.xxx.xxx.xxx and Subnet Mask to 255.0.0.0 then hooked my computer ethernet port directly to NAS 110 ethernet port with no switch or router. I then "Reset" the NAS 110 using the instructions above. BlackArmor Discovery then saw the new NAS 110 and I was able to configure and assign a Static IP address and bring the NAS 110 into my network. I rebooted the NAS 110 and it seems to work fine.
09-03-2012 11:36 AM
I had the same problem a few couple of months back. The driver was updated and the the server is found by the BA Discovery, when I go to view details to access the BA Manager, this message appears: "The network path was not found" and I cannot access my files.
Is there a way to connect the BA NAS 110 directly to the computer via SUB ports, I understand that "The rear USB port is for standard backup between the BA NAS 110 server and other external storage devices.
Please help, I need to retrieve my files.
09-05-2012 08:46 AM
Please take a look at this knowledge base article and follow the troubleshooting steps provided within to see if the network issue can be resolved:
Let me know if you need further assistance.