Probably yes. Is the NAS able to resolve IP addresses from names? Check the DNS settings. In case of using DHCP, ensure the DHCP server is providing valid IP addresses for one to three domain servers.gzhtub wrote:PS: Forgot to mention that AV updating does not work either, probably part of my email notification setup problem?
Is that on the pure LAN side (the switched Ethernet network, are are you thinking baout streaming HD media over a VDSL2 uplink - especially one fro Swisscom with latency times for the first few 100 meters as other provuders need for half the world?gzhtub wrote:I access the NAS from an iMac, a couple of Windows 7 laptops (32 & 64 bit), plus my Android 4.0.x Mobile; again all works file, although the Mac looses connection now & again. I connect via a Swisscom Grande Router (not sure which model this is) at speeds of up to 8MB/s, so not fast enough to stream HD movies as yet.
Hm don't know what average feee hardware Swisscom is providing with thewir services. Need to check the Swisscom ressources, or brower some national support forums. However, I'm sosmewhat busy during daytime. Potentially, it's just the UPnP manageability of the router which needs to be enabled?gzhtub wrote:The MyCloudNAS does not seem to be able to automatically configure the Router, hence I have trouble accessing my files over the net (may need to call Swisscom on this).
clfy wrote:I have a CISCO small business router and it took me a while to get the UPNP working. In the end it was the router deciding to remember that UPNP had been enabled. I think there was a problem with me understanding how to set the router up for it - it now works fine. Maybe the Swisscom has the same issue?
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