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Network Harddrive
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What would a good choice of network hard drive that I could access under 4.1 be?

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Re: Network Harddrive
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Make sure it supports SMB (CIFS). I don't know of any NFS solutions for AmigaOS4.

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Make shure it also work with ftp because some
NAS doesnt works with our SMB implementation,
ftp it's a bit unconfortable, but at least
you can use it with an ftp client or with ftpmount

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@Nuder_Try

I m using this one ShareCenter™ 2-Bay Cloud Network Storage Enclosure without any problems


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Hi There,

i am using a Synology DiskStation DS112+ and created there a Shared Folder called HomeNAS

to connect you need smbfs.

i've create a little bat file with the command line:

smbfs domain=WORKGROUP USER=username PASSWORD=password DEVICE=SMB1 VOLUME=HomeNAS SERVICE=//192.168.0.10/HomeNAS

and run this in the s:Network-Startup file:

run <>NIL: execute s:HomeServer_Connect.bat

now i have a new Device SMB1: with the Name HomeNAS and i can access the files like a normal hard disk partition

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@Goos

Made exactly the same with a USB HDD dangling from my fritz.box router

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@Raziel

Same here but the USB HDD is hanging off the back of a Raspberry Pi (which is doing far more tasks than I ever anticipated when I bought it)

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@Nuder_Try

Seagate FreeAgent Goflex Home 2TB

Available from amazon and such like.

Works with SMBFS, FTP.
Has a DNLA server so PS3 Smart TV/Phone can access it.
Has a access app for android too.

Only downside is the webinterface uses flash so you cant reboot it or set up shares for family etc from an AmigaOS browser.

A1XE, A1200T, X1000, X5020, CDTV, CD32 , A500+ A500
OS4.1b / OS3.2b
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I'd go for a QNAP device. www.qnap.com
Even the latest 4.03 "firmware" works on RA-OWB but only sometimes in NetSurf.
On Odyssey it works too.
There are plenty of options SMS, FTP, SSL...

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Ah, option anxiety. A good thing. I will look at these this weekend, and hopefully pick some thing up then. Thank you all!

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I'm using Lacie network drive and so far it has been a little pain to set up for Amiga use.
ftp works ok, I've not yet set up ftpmount, but I should.

With samba I have not had luck yet. I'm sure I did not manage to install it properly and for some reason samba seems terribly slow even on my AMDFX4300 when connecting to the drive (ftp access happens instantly, samba needs tens of seconds between mouse clicks before I can acceess the drive).
I doubt samba is fast enough to use via/from SAM440.

And so far I've managed to access Lacie web dashboard only with timberwolf on Amigalike systems and it's painfully slow.
(RAOWB, MUIOWB and older MOS Odyssey fails to load the page after login, I try new MOS Odyssey some day)...

I might end up setting up some x86 box or RPi to do the network drive service in customizable way... leaving Lacie as backup.

- Kimmo
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"PowerPC Operating Systems can use a microkernel architecture with all it�s advantages yet without the cost of slow context switches." - N. Blachford
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