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Can't map NAS from WLAN

Posted on 2013-12-16
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After doing a clean setup on my Sonicwall TZ200 i can't map my NAS when on WLAN. I can ping it thou, and its correct sharename and workgroup etc.  
Connected to LAN i can access it!!
WLAN and LAN is bridged and i can access my TV and other computers from WLAN, but not my NAS. It's a Western Digital My Book World Edition II 2TB.
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by:vyaradaikin
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Hello, Adam_Li.
Can you provide logs from Sonicwall or NAS? Are there any requests in the network? Try to telnet 445 port on NAS IP address
In cmd
telnet nas_ip_address 445

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If there is a black window, network is working. If there is an error, it is not. Try to figure out what may be wrong in Sonicwall.
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by:Adam_Li
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Thanks, i will check this, but i forgot to mention that i can map the NAS from a XP sp3 on WLAN...
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It now Works. I tried several Things but the one thing that worked was that i reinstaleld the wlan adapter on the w8 Laptop.
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by:vyaradaikin
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Hello! Glad you've found solution!
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by:Adam_Li
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I menaged it myself.
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