Unable to create CIFS share in NSS4000 after upgrading firmware
Hopefully someone can help.
Today I have upgraded the firmware of an NSS4000 ( i wish i hadn't) to the latest 1.16 version.
As it seems I was not able to connect to this server anymore using SMB share CIFS. When i looked under shares I noticed that CIFS was unselected. Went in an selected it back on and hit update. Went in again and found that again it had disappeared and only leaves FTP as selected.
Anyone any ideas on how i can tackle this issue? Have been browsing the web for answers for hours with no luck!!!
Re: Unable to create CIFS share in NSS4000 after upgrading firmw
Welcome to Cisco Community, hope we are able to correct this problem with you.
When you updated the FW, did you run the update twice, and follow the on screen instructions after reboot, stating to flush the browser cache? It really seems like we either are seeing bogus information due to cached pages, or we have corrupted the config. If possible, please post the log files from your NSS to see if we are able to see what is failing.
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