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ReadyNAS 2304

eldalil
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ReadyNAS 2304

 I need some help , the issue I have readyNas 2304 with firm 6.10.7 ver  now this Netgear on public coz I need some users to upload or download file from outside office. The result I can access this server with admin page but I cannot access the share folder with link like https://servername/shares or https://serve-IP/shares  so the outside user can upload or download files. can you help with this issue !?

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StephenB
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@eldalil wrote:

 I need some help , the issue I have readyNas 2304 with firm 6.10.7 ver  now this Netgear on public coz I need some users to upload or download file from outside office. The result I can access this server with admin page but I cannot access the share folder with link like https://servername/shares or https://serve-IP/shares  so the outside user can upload or download files. can you help with this issue !?


Are the users connected to the main office with a VPN? 

 

Are you able to access the admin page when outside the office?  If so, are you using ReadyCloud?

 

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Sandshark
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@StephenB wrote:


Are the users connected to the main office with a VPN? 

 


Or is the NAS assigned a public IP address?

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eldalil
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The NAS assigned public IP and can reach by FQDN but only admin page and not share folder for authorised users and also there is no vpn.
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StephenB
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@eldalil wrote:
The NAS assigned public IP and can reach by FQDN 

Great. 

 

Is http enabled for the shares you want them to reach?

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eldalil
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Yes and also ftp smb the things when I type the link like this https://servername/foldername/ it's open but in this case the users only can read or download the doc but they can't upload and document
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StephenB
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@eldalil wrote:
Yes and also ftp smb the things when I type the link like this https://servername/foldername/ it's open but in this case the users only can read or download the doc but they can't upload and document

And http permissions for the shares are set to read-write?

 

 

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eldalil
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yes and for all protocol service need read and write 

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StephenB
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@eldalil wrote:

yes and for all protocol service need read and write 


Try reviewing the file permissions for the share - use the reset control to recursively re-apply the permissions for all the files/folders in the share. 

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eldalil
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still not working

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StephenB
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@eldalil wrote:

still not working


Looked into this further - the current HTTP settings for the share allow you to enable access, but do not specify read/write.  Access appears to be read only.  Not sure if this changed (or when) - other ReadyNAS firmware (4.1.x, 4.2.x) did have controls for read/write via http.

 

One workaround which does work - enable webdav in the share settings.  Then have the users install a webdav client, and use that for access.  Cyberduck is one that works (locally for sure - I didn't try it over the WAN).

 

Though you might as well use ftps with WinSCP or FileZilla (IMO the UI for both of these is somewhat better).

 

 

 

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eldalil
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The problem my client need to access with only https without any apps like winSCP actually it's working with apps but still my clinet refuse the App.
I think this ver of NAS is not support accessing the file with frindly Web GUI
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StephenB
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@eldalil wrote:
The problem my client need to access with only https without any apps like winSCP actually it's working with apps but still my clinet refuse the App.
I think this ver of NAS is not support accessing the file with frindly Web GUI

I've done some forum-searching, and it looks like HTTP access to the shares has always been read-only with 6.x.x firmware.  Not something I remembered, since I don't access my own NAS that way.

 

You could deploy ReadyCloud (or NextCloud from rnxtras.com).  Then users should be able to upload files from their browser.

 

ReadyCloud would require a second ReadyCloud account for each user.  So NextCloud might be a better option (not sure, as I haven't used it myself).

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