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PostPosted: Mon Sep 26, 2011 5:50 pm 
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Having just upgraded from NASLITE CD to M2, some odd thigs are happening.

The network settings are showing as completely different on the Telnet and HTTP logins, which might explain why I can't see the shares on my XP machines.

I've added some new content to the MEDIA folder, which hasn't automatically shown up on my WDTV Live, which had no problems seeing new stuff when just looking for a network share.

And my PS3, having seen the M2 for a few days, now won't recognise teh M2 at all, even with UPNP type set to PS3.

Any suggestions?


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PostPosted: Tue Sep 27, 2011 2:23 am 
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yetidrummer wrote:
The network settings are showing as completely different on the Telnet and HTTP logins, which might explain why I can't see the shares on my XP machines.
Hi,

If I understand you well, when you connect via Telnet and via the HTTP interface, the network informations are not the same. This is very strange. The problem may come from a messed-up config file or some glitch when NL booted and read things differently from your boot config file.

I'd first reboot the NL box to see if things clear up. If not, connect with Telnet and correct and save all the settings. Once the settings are saved, reboot. Check if things are cleared.

Robby


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