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Storage / Re: Firmware/Image restoration on LS-WXL
« Last post by Nevakonaza on October 31, 2019, 09:26:27 am »

appreciate the help,

Okay ive downloaded the appropriate ones for my model,However when i run Buffalo Linkstation updater im still getting "Link station that needs updating wasn't found"

Im running no firewalls or security software on this pc that could be blocking it.
Storage / Re: Firmware/Image restoration on LS-WXL
« Last post by 1000001101000 on October 31, 2019, 09:12:24 am »
The firmware installation files are specific to model. The LS-GL updater won't interact with a LS-WXL by design.

Download the updater for the LS-WXL and you should have better luck.
Storage / Firmware/Image restoration on LS-WXL
« Last post by Nevakonaza on October 31, 2019, 08:50:43 am »
Hey guys,

Im really pulling my hair out over this nas,Its not able to boot as i assume that because there is new drives in the unit it no longer has the image it needs to boot up,Ive followed countless guides on the internet and i just cannot get this thing to work,ive tried LS Updater as i do have the images required but all that says is "LS-GL that needs updating wasn't found" even though it is connected.

I've even connected it directly to the back of my computer Ethernet port and for the LS updater scan but still it cannot find this nas.

appreciate any help

You can also tell a process to log in as a specific user. If a logged in user can access the share then SMB 2 is on. Odds are the service is simply acting as "system", and if you have access restrictions turned on for the share then "system" won't work.
Storage / Re: LS2-0TL NAS Navigator2 will not browse folders
« Last post by As3nd0r on October 31, 2019, 07:12:26 am »
No, this Linkstation (assuming here it's a chl/xl or vl) runs on smb1, your windows 10 however uses smb 2. You can "manually activate" smb2 on certain models(there are instruction in the forum somewhere but can't find it right now... blind) , use ftp/sftp or reactivate smb1 in windows
Storage / Re: Noob move. Switched on DNLA and now cant access the Buffalo GUI
« Last post by As3nd0r on October 31, 2019, 07:01:24 am »
The GUI is on port 80 and 443, it should not redirect you to the dlna server, try clearing your browser cache
Storage / Re: Static Route on TeraStation - 2 subnets/gateways
« Last post by As3nd0r on October 31, 2019, 06:57:53 am »
My terastation are in different subnets with all backup/replication traffic going through port 2 and clients accessing via port 1, it's true that you can only have one gateway though. So the info that the different LAN ports have to be in the same subnet is wrong, they actually should never ever be configured like that as it will give the Terastation 2 IPs within one subnet...
Any thoughts on Linkstation settings which would need to be changed from default to allow it's public folder to be written to from a windows service running on PC on the network?  Perhaps accounts on the PC & the Linkstation with the same username & password.

I have some software that can't write to my Linkstation's public folders when it's running as a Windows service and can only write to the Linkstation when it's running as a logged in user.  The developers said it's something to with security of my PC or the network drive but can't assist further.  We prefer to run a this as a service.
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