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Can't Access Public Shares via NFS

I have creatred an NFS User in the nas.I tried 2 different NFS clients (Microsoft SFU and DiskAccess) to connect with no success.
I can see the public share thru the NFS Network ,i can mount it BUT when i try to open it (access it) i get ACCESS IS DENIED.
I opened a case with Intel,but at this point they are still asking alot of typical and irrelavant questions,maybe ,at some point,they will ask me the name of my dog too :))
Any help is mostly welcomed

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  • frontosa May 30, 2008

    yup same problem, try to access shared folders and reports access denied. how do i fix this thing ??

  • Anonymous May 30, 2008

    I have exactly the same problem. I even tried Rebuilding (Configured to raid 5). Tried firmware flashing with same firmware. Tried almost everything. Except Upgrading Firmware to 1.4, cause it says it will destroy the data. Called Intel, they said I must send it to them to recover. Now why is there a Recovery CD that does not work?

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You can mount the shares something like this:

mount -t cifs -o username=backup,password=YoUrPaSS //192.168.0.145/projects /mnt/nas/projects/

...where 192.168.0.145 is IP of SS4000-E and /projects is the shares folder
and /mnt/nas/projects/ is folder you have created on your Linux box

Hope this helps
Best Regards
ashley

Posted on Oct 28, 2008

Hello, I have the same problem. Any idea?

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