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I just upgraded my laptop to a 40gb solid state hard drive to try it out.
I also just bought a BlackArmor NAS 110 that i have on my network.

I wold like to know how i can make a mapped connection to the NAS internally and externally. in
iside the network and outside the network.

Thank you
Jon King
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You need to setup NAS IP address.
If your NAS supporting iscsi you can connect to it via iscsi initiator.
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Connect the NAS to network and install BlackArmor Server as instructed here: http://www.seagate.com/staticfiles/blackarmor/userguides/BlackArmorNAS110UserGuide.pdf
The shares will become available in network and outside.
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by:kalkaskageek
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So I could map a network drive and always have access to it.
I am planning on making it so all my files are on my nas
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Yes. And as far as I understood from the manual the NAS shares are there already you just need to install its software as suggested in manual.
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Got it figured out
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