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Storage / Re: Setting up Linkstation ProDuo LS-W1.0TGL by a total novice
« Last post by 1000001101000 on October 29, 2018, 09:13:54 pm »
Awesome!

Getting this older device up and running is way on the complicated end of setting up these devices, at least using the stock firmware. At some point when you get more linux experience you might try installing Debian on it (or better yet a newer device) and setting up a system from scratch. That's more complicated in many ways but gives you more control.

Cheers!
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Storage / Re: LinkStation LS420D with no OS
« Last post by 1000001101000 on October 29, 2018, 09:10:07 pm »
I ran through the process on my LS420D to confirm, the process will work with only one drive installed. when it comes up it will flash the red led and there is an error in the web interface about the missing drive.... but you can install the firmware with just 1 drive if you want.
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Storage / Configuration of Web-access
« Last post by LeoBarra on October 29, 2018, 07:06:41 pm »
i'm having some problem to config Web-access with LS220DECD0 and router TPLINK TL-WR841N
in particular it works if i'm connected to my wifi or LAN connection but when i'm away it doesn't work.

I found my NAS in UpnP devices on Router configuration page, but it seems not working.
I followed any kind of guide and manual but i can't find any solution.
Anyone can help me?
Please LB
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Storage / Re: Setting up Linkstation ProDuo LS-W1.0TGL by a total novice
« Last post by Bren106 on October 29, 2018, 07:04:54 pm »
Solved.
Enabled the SMB1 protocol in Windows, I suspect this will have to be reset after every major Microsoft update. And was then able to map the drive, and get the share folder showing. After a good look through the settings in the GUI it appears to have the FTP option disabled by default. Enabling this has allowed me to have full access to folders on the L drive.

I've no doubt this would have been obvious for someone experienced in NAS drives.
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Storage / Re: Linkstation Duo Windows Access
« Last post by Texturtle on October 29, 2018, 04:56:00 pm »
Look in the SMB protocol settings and make sure SMB 2 is enabled.
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Storage / Re: Terastation TS-WXL (2 drive) Max drive size?
« Last post by 1000001101000 on October 29, 2018, 03:25:05 pm »
There's also a 16TiB filesystem limit that applies to XFS on 32-bit systems, admittedly this is more of an issue for 4-bay systems.
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Storage / Re: Terastation TS-WXL (2 drive) Max drive size?
« Last post by davo on October 29, 2018, 02:42:56 pm »
2 * 8TB should work fine although it's not officially supported by Buffalo.
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Storage / Linkstation Duo Windows Access
« Last post by mattyn on October 29, 2018, 02:39:58 pm »
Guys

Have managed to rebuild the LS220 today with some new (well, used) had. 

Navigator 2 works as well, and through settings from that I have set up the shared folders.  All great so far.

What I want to do is map each of the shared folders to a drive letter in Windows, which will allow me to set up Plex running on my PC.

When I go to do so, I can see the LS220 through the windows interface, but when I click to open the LS220, I get an error saying it is not accessible.

I have definitely created  the folders as shared folders - so what else do I need to do?  I think I am missing a very fundamental piece of the process!

TIA

Matt
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Storage / Terastation TS-WXL (2 drive) Max drive size?
« Last post by bab5871 on October 29, 2018, 12:08:02 pm »
I was using the Terastation TS-WXL with 2x 1TB drives in a raid 1 for a long time. Needed some extra space and successfully upgraded them to 2TB drives. Needing more space the question becomes... what is the max drive size the TS-WXL can handle? I can't find a concrete number anywhere either official or word of mouth.
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Guidelines and more / Re: Macbbok Pro Can Not Connect
« Last post by Texturtle on October 29, 2018, 09:46:21 am »
Sounds like the drive is not getting enough power from the USB port. Try connecting the second USB cable as well.
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