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WooshBuild How to configure OpenATV to record onto network share on free nas file server

flyingscotsman19

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hi guys, i have a nas which i built in my loft and im looking to record my tv shows / movies from my open atv box onto it can anyone help me set it up to do this?
 

grog68

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I'm not a networking expert sorry, I only wrote the thread above based on how I managed to do it on my setup, my current mount is as

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along with username/password if I scroll down. I noticed the Mount options are different but I really don't know what they are LoL
 

flyingscotsman19

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I'm not a networking expert sorry, I only wrote the thread above based on how I managed to do it on my setup, my current mount is as

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along with username/password if I scroll down. I noticed the Mount options are different but I really don't know what they are LoL
i am unsure of what they mean too, maybe its some sort of way its formatted, verything mildly important in my house already has a static ip so it couldnt be that and thew user name and password are correct and the share is also setup correctly
 

Willo3092

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Go into Network Mount Manager and make sure there are is no red cross on the image of the drive at the left side under mounted/unmounted.
If there is a red cross, just highlight the mount, press okay and green to save, overwriting existing mount.

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Willo3092

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I'll try again :whistle:

Go into Network Mount Manager and make sure there are is no red cross on the image of the drive at the left side under mounted/unmounted.
If there is a red cross, just highlight the mount, press okay and green to save, overwriting existing mount.

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I will concede that it's actually a white cross on a red background :confused:
 
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Willo3092

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Have you done this again?

If there is a red cross, just highlight the mount, press okay and green to save, overwriting existing mount.
 

Willo3092

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Is the shared folder setup properly, can you access it from your pc?
Your server IP doesn't look like a local one. It is usually 192.168.*.***
Login to your router and see what IP it has been allocated.
 

flyingscotsman19

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Is the shared folder setup properly, can you access it from your pc?
Your server IP doesn't look like a local one. It is usually 192.168.*.***
Login to your router and see what IP it has been allocated.
that is a local one i just have my network setup differently as i have a custom router etc b571e14c7577e6dcd4101ecb9bc7f634.png verything on my networks ip starts with a 10. 89ab832c474556cdd1b169016de148e0.png 2a7628ef79acb6bb056a1b2155d09e5b.png
 
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