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hp pavilion 595 has IP but cant find on network


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can anyone help mr plz..

i have a hp pavilion 595

intel core i7-8700

16gb of RAM

 

i think i try just about everything...

i edit my VID PID & MAC..

system shows up on my router list and gets a ip address but i cant get it find.synology.com or with the assistant...

 

can any one help me plz... thank you 

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12 hours ago, Dfds said:

In order for anyone to help you we need to know what loader & which DSM version you’re trying to install

I can also ping the ip address. I have tried just about every boot loader that runs on DSM6

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I would try jun's 1.03b loader DS3615xs DSM 6.2.3 Alternatively as you have quite a powerful CPU you may want to try running a virtual instance via ESXI or Proxmox 

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3 hours ago, Stephanie Sy said:

As a test, try changing the IP of the machine to something else. Preferably one that you know currently can connect to the single server.

i try that  but stil nothing...  thx

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On 1/11/2022 at 12:00 AM, cobra85ec said:

system shows up on my router list and gets a ip address but i cant get it

 

So, if you open a browser, and point it to: http://ip.adress:5000  what happens then?

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14 hours ago, cobra85ec said:

i can use cmd to ping the ip address

 

And can you *verify* that the IP adress is handed out to the correct mac adress (the one in your grub.cfg file)

and that no other devices on your net is using that mac or IP?

Are you using the real mac, or a spoofed mac in grub.cfg?

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10 hours ago, bearcat said:

 

And can you *verify* that the IP adress is handed out to the correct mac adress (the one in your grub.cfg file)

and that no other devices on your net is using that mac or IP?

Are you using the real mac, or a spoofed mac in grub.cfg?

yes it got the right MAC and IP match the mac from grub.cfg

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