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Does it show up at all in NasNavigator?

Responding to ping but not being able to access services could mean itís in emergency mode. If so I would expect you would see it in NasNavigator or lsupdater.

What have you tried so far?
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Same problem here, and I review a few topics with an issue of that kind and nobody had a solution?
I am about to throw that product in the garbage and never buy from Buffalo again.

The issue is, I can ping the NAS, but cannot access it via http or via NAS Navigator app (and yes, I have the latest version 2.9.11)

Thanks.
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I was looking for a reliable VPN service for my Android phone Samsung S7 nowadays. Here, I am sharing Android VPN apps that work well with Android phones.

After research, I am confused between PureVPN, Surfshark, and Ivacy.

Can you guys suggest me the right one?
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Storage / LS421DE - The raid array is in degraded mode, both drives within 15 minutes.
« Last post by mf9 on November 14, 2019, 03:55:02 pm »
I have an LS421DE which is now not accessible, on checking the status I see both drives have failed within 15 minutes of each other.

Error:
E:30 Drive 1 error, replace the drive immediately! (2019/11/11 13:57:28 )
E:30 Drive 2 error, replace the drive immediately! (2019/11/11 13:42:52 )

Status:
I12: The raid is in degraded mode.


https://www.buffalotech.com/images/product_images/LS421DE_Datasheet.pdf

Do I really need to replace both drives? As both have the error what are the chances of a full recovery?  Or is this more likely an issue with the NAS hardware itself?

Thanks in advance.
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Storage / Acces users shared folders
« Last post by MarcoRV on November 14, 2019, 02:14:31 pm »
Hi everybody.
I have a LinkStation 520, I want to make a backup of all content, is there a way to make on a single job a backup of al shared folders or do I have to make a job one by one? how can I get access to users home shared folders?
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Feature Requests for TeraStation or LinkStation / Buffalo NAS ports?
« Last post by amenity on November 14, 2019, 09:00:50 am »
Hey all,

I have gone from a LS210 to a LS520D and wondered what features the LS520 has.

On my LS210 I accidentally discovered something called wonky potato at port :5060 which when I've googled, I have never seen any reference to. The transmission on the LS210 was :9090 and on the LS520D it's :9091.

so my question is, does anyone have a list of all the different ports that each Buffalo NAS uses and what is there?

Hopefully some one understand this and can help haha!

Cheers
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Storage / Re: LS-WXL TFTP boot image
« Last post by 1000001101000 on November 14, 2019, 06:29:09 am »
Can you be more specific about the problem youíre running into?
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Storage / Re: Replacing hard drive - does size matter?
« Last post by As3nd0r on November 14, 2019, 03:35:40 am »
Yes you can replace the disc with a larger one, however the size of the raid won't change even after both discs have been replaced with larger ones. You will need to backup the data externally and the remove / create a new raid once both discs are replaced
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Storage / Re: LS-WXL TFTP boot image
« Last post by Nick Kelly on November 14, 2019, 03:02:06 am »
Hi

Have followed the process up to the point of trying to decode the passwords from the production LSupdate image files, having difficulty with the documented process to extract the passwords.

So looking for any version of the TFTP boot files for the LS-WVL / LS-WVL?

Nick
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Storage / Re: LS-WXL TFTP boot image
« Last post by 1000001101000 on November 13, 2019, 08:49:15 pm »
This post discusses how to reinstall the firmware from scratch:
https://forums.buffalotech.com/index.php?topic=30419.0

One of the steps is to extract the boot files which can be used to TFTP boot. That specific part can be found here:
https://buffalonas.miraheze.org/wiki/Extract_Boot_Files_from_Stock_Firmware
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