Cant find nas on second router


#1

I had my nas connected to my first router (..1.1) static ip ..1.50 and everything worked fine even on second router (..0.1). But now I had to move the nas, so its connected to the second router with a static ..0.50, but now I can find it on devices connect to the first router!?
Does anyone have an idea what the problem might be?


#2

@lucyher What troubleshooting steps have you taken so far, if any? Have you rebooted everything on your network?


#3

Using different IP subnets for network clients often leads to the problems you are experiencing. Normally when using two routers with one connected to the other; one would disable the firewall and DHCP server on the second router so all devices connected to both routers obtain IP addresses from the same subnet (example: 192.168.1.x).

Some routers can be configured for AP (access point) mode which typically disables the firewall and DHCP server.


#4

Yea i fixed it by disabling dhcp on the second router. Thanks for help.