Recently I've lost the ability to reach my NAS file when my phone is connected by VPN Server. I've discovered that dropping the firewall allows me to see the NAS files.
I'm puzzled by what firewall rule I need to add to obtain SMB file access. I've allowed the VPN IP range...
Any ideas as to hoe to resolve this one guys? The NAS needs to be accessible from the internet so that my forum can be accessed.
If I choose the 'Open Control Panel' option it takes me to the 'configure router' page which has nothing set up on it.
I just realized that some files on the NAS cannot be deleted or renamed over Mac Finder. In the specific when I delete a file this comes back again.
Another problem is with file names. When trying to rename them error 43 pops out.
You also had a similar problem?
I found this forum while searching and it appears nicely done. I have filed a support request with Synology but that can take a while, perhaps someone here has an idea.
I'm testing a scenario to be implemented on our live show productions and have come across an oddity that I can't...
Another question from NAS noob - still exploring my first NAS and I wonder if it is possible to preserve file permissions when copying them to NAS over smb protocol.
I have my Samba share mounted as
sudo mount -t cifs -o credentials=/etc/smb-credentials,uid=1000,gid=1000...
Been directed here (as "some true experts on the topic are on synoforum.com") from Synology Community.
Long story short: I bought myself a first NAS - DS220j - that I plan to use at home.
As I am Linux user I was first looking at NFS mounts but because:
- setting up kerberos is...
I have literally spent all day figuring out how to direct my Sonos acct to my audio folder on my NAS. It was a ton of trial and error and reading everything I could find on the internet. Finally got it working but have a few questions that I am hoping for some help with.
1. What is SMB? What...
On a Mac I'm connecting to my shared folders in the usual command-K way. I get the list of folders and access one. It mounts and - as usual - the server appears in my Finder window under 'Locations'. Then I remember I need to access that other folder so, as I'm already connected, I click on the...
I just had a connection issue to my NAS via Finder with SMB so I'll add the info here for help.
In Finder I go to Go > Connect to server... then I type in smb://myServerName.
It connects, but in the Finder sidebar, I could not open any folder. I get this error:
This operation could not be...