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Cant connect to NAS on Mavericks


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I have been connecting to my NAS since Mavericks came out and now, all off a sudden, I cannot get it to connect.
I use Cmd K and enter the ip address as smb://192.168.0.32/
After ages, it askes me to sign in and after entering admin as user and my password, it goes on forever trying to connect then finally fails. Any help appreciated
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Things changed with Mavericks. See if this link helps:-

Connect to SMB & NAS Network Shares in OS X Mavericks

Hang on to those original install discs like grim death! Using OS X.7 or later make a bootable USB thumb drive before running Installer!
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Thanks but none of this helped
I had already tried it

I was running Mavericks since it was released and never had a problem until today
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Safe to say you power cycled the NAS?

Does the Web UI of the NAS offer any logging info? Can you disable SMB and re-enable it on the NAS?
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Yes I had taken the power off for 30 Minutes or so
I cant sign in to see the logging info and I am not able to disable smb

I can log in on the Windows PC perfectly, so I know my user name and password are correct
I even did a full format and re installation of Mavericks but even that did not help
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By any chance did you change any of the NAS settings. Particularly the ones that allow what type of OS to login? Mine has the option to turn off windows or mac machines.. Ironicly is doesn't have the option to turn off Linux remote login, which is sorta silly. It runs on linux.. LOL

Also does your NAS have any special software used to help you setup your share drives? Mine uses software called NAS Navigator 2. Without it its a pain in the rear to login to on OSX..


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