02-14-2015 08:28 PM - edited 02-14-2015 08:34 PM
I'd like to mount a drive I have shared from my wrt1900ac running stock firmware 126.96.36.199461
When I run the mount command on my OpenELEC box should the -t type be cifs or nfs to get at this drive?
02-15-2015 07:06 PM
I really didn't get your post. Are you asking about the supported storage file system of the WRT1900AC? If you are, what I know is that the said router supports FAT, NTFS, and HFS+. I also found a link showing an overview of the USB/External Storage Tool on the Linksys Smart Wi-Fi Account. Hope this helps. :-)
02-21-2015 12:24 PM
This isn't about the drive's file system, it is about the router's network protocol for sharing a drive.
If I had a windows server sharing a drive I would expect it to be a CIFS share.
If I had a unix server sharing a drive I would expect NFS.
Instead I've got a router running an unknown OS. Which protocol does the router use?
07-31-2017 06:31 AM
Chad, Does the WRT1900 routers support SMB Ver. 2 and above? When I disable SMB Ver. 1 in my Windows 10 Clients I am unable to access the routers NAS share. Once I enable SMB 1 and reboot I'm able to access the shared drive again. Given all of the security vulnerabilities with SMB Ver.1, I assume the router supports ver. 2 and above. Can you confirm?
WRT1900ACS V1, F/W: Ver. 188.8.131.52461
Windows 10 Home Versions 1607 and 1703 ( I have other non-Windows clients on the network but none setup to access the shared drive)
Shared Drive: PNY 32 Gig, USB 3.0
08-02-2017 06:07 AM
Linksys engineering got back to me on the SMB question.
SMBv2 is currently unsupported due to GPL licensing reasons.