Cannot see Ubuntu server on Network (Windows)
I got myself two HP Microservers for NAS purposes. Both were the same. I installed Ubuntu server on the one without a glitch, and everything worked from scratch. It is currently doing service as the backup server in my office.
The send one however have been giving trouble since day one. I think I reinstalled Ubuntu probably 7 times on that, everytime to try and sort out something else, most being the RAID system. I currently have it up and running with RAID operational, and I can copy files to it from another PC on the network. But! I need to search for the PC. I have to type in the IP address as it does not resolve the host name. The other server is called "backup-NAS" and situated at 192.168.0.210. The problem server is called "movie-NAS" and is at 192.168.0.211.
I see backup-NAS on the network and can easily connect to it using either the host name or IP address.
I cannot see movie-NAS on the network. I cannot connect to it using the host name, neither can I connect to webmin using https://movie-nas:10000/. I can type in \\192.168.0.211 to connect to it and then I can copy stuff to it and connect to webmin using https://192.168.0.211:10000/
Clearly it is a broadcast thing but I have no idea how to solve this. Any help will really be appreciated. I mainly connect to it via a Windows machine(s).