Configuration mistake - unable to access to the nas

  • Hi,


    I made a mistake after trying to change the configuration of the nas, cause I changed of house. More specificly, it was during the change of the ports...


    Now, my modem see the nas but when I type the IP, it doesn't work. It doesn't work anymore if I type the old IP. I also try to access by putty, but it doesn't work too...


    The only thing I can do, is to connect a keyboard and a screen directly to the nas, put the nas on and loggin directly to it but the debian interface login stay and I can do something like try to use a command line.


    Help me please!

  • to complete my message:


    The modem say that the nas has the ip 192.168.0.40
    But because I made a bad configuration of the ports (192.168.1.40), it's impossible to access


    unfortunately, the box doesn't allow to change the port with 192.168.1.x (Don't ask why, just a bad hoster)


    I think I have a kind of loop problem with my port and I'ld like to access to the admin directly in the system with a keyboard and a screen...

  • Do you have physical access to the NAS or only via remote access?


    If you are able to connect a keyboard and a monitor then you should login with user root to the OMV command line interface.


    With the command omv-firstaid you get a selection menu with an option to reset the lan configuration.

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  • ok. Could you explain how I can run the first aid command? Because When I turn on the nas physically with a keyboard and a screen, I've a debian login interface. If I put the admin and the correct password, nothing happens...

  • ok. Could you explain how I can run the first aid command? Because When I turn on the nas physically with a keyboard and a screen, I've a debian login interface. If I put the admin and the correct password, nothing happens...

    The admin user does not have shell access. You must login as root.

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  • I would like too but here is the problem:


    - the box says that the nas is at this adress: 192.168.1.40


    So I run putty and try to make a connection but I have a timeout message. I'm sure it's because I made a mistake with the ports redirection and I don't know how I can enter in root directly in debian. Is it possible?

  • You said you tried logging in as admin, but it failed.


    Do it the same way (keyboard+monitor=console) but login as root, not admin.

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  • Thanks again for your help, I appreciate!


    with a distant computer and putty: 192.168.1.40 and ssh : connection timeout


    with a distant terminal: 192.168.1.40 : connection timeout


    If I connect the keyboard and the screen direcly to the OMV: login debian page, I enter the name and the password...nothing happens

  • If I connect the keyboard and the screen direcly to the OMV: login debian page, I enter the name and the password...nothing happens

    Are you using root for the name and the correct password?


    It should either log you in or fail with a message. If absolutely nothing happens something is drastically wrong and I have no answer for you.

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    Google is your friend and Bob's your uncle!


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