Hi for those of you well versed in networks this is probably a stupid question. I have a 2009 MP. I have it connected to a home network. I bought a 2gb Buffalo NAS to use as a mirror drive. The Buffalo has a gigabit ethernet port but my network is running at 100mb/s. For times when I am writing lots of data to the Buffalo I would prefer to use it it's full gigabit speed. I have tried connecting it to my second ethernet connector on the MP. The software that came with it cannot detect it. It couldn't detect it's own bum I don't think. So how do I find the IP address of my NAS device on this other ethernet port? I have searched google and have seen references to people using the Buffalo NAS in this way but not HOW to do it. I am obviously missing something very simple.