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HolmesLane:
In our organisation, we have an LS220 with three shares. I've set up WebAccess and can see all the shares without entering a password.

What I need to do is have remote access for two of the drives, not all three. How can I do this?

davo:
Setup access restrictionson the NAS.

http://buffalo.jp/support_s/guide2/manual/ls/200/99/en/pc_index.html?Chapter3#h3anc1

HolmesLane:
Thanks. Have now made two of the shares viewable which for the time being is what we need.

My issue now is that when I test WebAccess from the office I can access the shares using BuffaloNAS - no problem, but of no use! If I try to do the same outside of the office I get the message 'This site cannot be reached' xx.xx.xx.xxx took to long to respond'. The IP address it quotes is ours with our broadband/internet supplier. I've had three different people try and they get the same response.

I've checked with our supplier and they say that there is nothing wrong at their end.

Has anyone else come across this before, and if so how do I remedy it?

davo:

--- Quote from: HolmesLane on July 13, 2018, 10:04:51 am ---Thanks. Have now made two of the shares viewable which for the time being is what we need.

My issue now is that when I test WebAccess from the office I can access the shares using BuffaloNAS - no problem, but of no use! If I try to do the same outside of the office I get the message 'This site cannot be reached' xx.xx.xx.xxx took to long to respond'. The IP address it quotes is ours with our broadband/internet supplier. I've had three different people try and they get the same response.

I've checked with our supplier and they say that there is nothing wrong at their end.

Has anyone else come across this before, and if so how do I remedy it?

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Whatever external port you are using for the wweb access service needs to be open on your router, otherwise you will get this issue.

HolmesLane:
Thanks. Does it matter which of WWW, HTTPS, email, Tenet, Netmeeting, PPTP, IPSec, VoIP, TFTP I choose? And do I use the IP address of the modem or NAS?

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