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2012-10-03 01:40 PM
2012-10-03 07:14 PM
2012-10-05 02:31 AM
2012-10-06 12:27 PM
StephenB wrote: >>> Typing in the name or IP of the ReadyNAS directly into the Windows Explorer address bar returns an error, with or without a share name.
This would be \\name or \\xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx ??? What error are you seeing?
If you try "net use" to map a NAS share to a drive letter, what happens?
2012-10-06 12:45 PM
felbus wrote: Hi,
yes, what is the error you see when you type \\nas-xx-xx-xx (replace with your nas hostname)
also, from the command line, type: pushd \\nas-xx-xx-xx
what error do you see now?
then try from command line: net use \\nas-xx-xx-xx readynaspassword /user:readynasusername (thats an already setup readynas user)
if in windows explorer, you go to Network.. what do you see? you should see your pc, plus any other pc's on the network, including the readynas.. you should also an icon that will take you to readynas admin..
2012-10-14 04:56 PM
2012-10-15 12:38 AM
2012-10-15 03:45 AM
Note he can ping the NAS and connect to it via Frontview. It appears to be only SMB/CIFS access that is failing. Is there something specific you are thinking might be wrong with the iP configuration?
felbus wrote: please paste the output of an ipconfig /all from your win 7 64bit pc
also, please open cmd and type
then ipconfig /renew
try again and tell us the outcome please..