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admin-cifs [2022/01/16 01:22]
hogwild -bolded UNC
admin-cifs [2022/02/17 15:48]
hogwild grammar "LAN only"
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  \\ **Enable:** This checkbox enables or disables the CIFS client function for the first share you wish to access. (Default: Disabled).  \\ **Enable:** This checkbox enables or disables the CIFS client function for the first share you wish to access. (Default: Disabled).
  
-**UNC:** Here, enter the UNC pathname for the first CIFS share to which you want to connect. For example, \\192.168.1.34\Logs . (Default: blank). If you use an IP address as part of the UNC pathname, make certain it is a static or DHCP Reservation address, and not a dynamic one. Otherwise, the address may change, and the FreshTomato may fail to connect to the CIFS share. The CIFS protocol can be routed, however, that's a complex topic. It is not recommended you use shares across routes here. We suggest using only CIFS shares on the LAN.+**UNC:** Here, enter the UNC pathname for the first CIFS share to which you want to connect. For example, \\192.168.1.34\Logs . (Default: blank). If you use an IP address as part of the UNC pathname, make certain it is a static or DHCP Reservation address, and not a dynamic one. Otherwise, the address may change, and the FreshTomato may fail to connect to the CIFS share. The CIFS protocol can be routed, however, that's a complex topic. It is not recommended you use shares across routes here. We suggest using CIFS shares on the LAN only.
  
-**Netbios Name: **Here, the Netbios Name of the first host to which you wany to connect. (Default: blank).+**Netbios Name: **Here, the Netbios Name of the first host to which you want to connect. (Default: blank).
  
 **Username:** Here, enter the username of an account allowed to access the the first CIFS share. (Default: blank). **Username:** Here, enter the username of an account allowed to access the the first CIFS share. (Default: blank).
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  \\ **Enable:** This checkbox enables or disables the CIFS client function for the second share you wish to access. (Default: Disabled).  \\ **Enable:** This checkbox enables or disables the CIFS client function for the second share you wish to access. (Default: Disabled).
  
-**UNC:** Here, enter the UNC pathname for the second CIFS share to which you want to connect. For example, \\192.168.1.34\Logs . (Default: blank). If you use an IP address as part of the UNC pathname, make certain it is a static or DHCP Reservation address, and not a dynamic one. Otherwise, if the address changes, FreshTomato may not connect to the CIFS share. The CIFS protocol can be routed, however, that's a complex topic. It is not recommended you use shares across routers here. We suggest using only CIFS shares on the LAN.+**UNC:** Here, enter the UNC pathname for the second CIFS share to which you want to connect. For example,  \\192.168.1.34\Logs . (Default: blank). If you use an IP address as part of the UNC pathname, make certain it is a static or DHCP Reservation address, and not a dynamic one. Otherwise, if the address changes, FreshTomato may not connect to the CIFS share. The CIFS protocol can be routed, however, that's a complex topic. It is not recommended you use shares across routers here. We suggest using CIFS shares on the LAN only.
  
 **Netbios Name: **Here, enter the Netbios Name of the second host to which you want to connect. (Default: blank). **Netbios Name: **Here, enter the Netbios Name of the second host to which you want to connect. (Default: blank).
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