How do we connect to the \\192.168.0.1\diska1 with Linux ?

With Windows 7, I am able to connect to the \\192.168.0.1\diska1 BUT I am not able with Linux Mint. On CODA-4680, Status-->>Overview says

Hardware Version : 2A and Software Version : 7.1.1.2.7b8.

Since this system is Linux based ; is anyone able to tell me why is it so difficult to access it without samba ?

Thanks in advance.

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  • Jessy_ref_i88b6
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    edited April 27 Answer ✓

    Hi @Roger_Gravel_43HPY

    You should be able to mount it with samba

    You should do something like that

    smbmount //hostname/Share /tmp/Path/ -o username=<user>,password=<password_user>
    

    You can also try to add vers=1 since I believe that the modem is using smb V1

  • Roger_Gravel_43HPY
    Answer ✓

    After I installed the NAUTILUS File Manager and with the command line vi /etc/samba/smb.conf I added these 2 lines in the [global] portion of the file «  client min protocol = CORE» and   client max protocol = SMB3» I was able to reach \\192.168.0.1\diska1 and see its contents.

    For my original CAJA File Manager I again had to use the command line  vi /etc/samba/smb.conf to replace «map to guest = bad user» with «map to guest = bad password» to be able to connect with the Windows sharing protocol.

    I was able to reach \\192.168.0.1\diska1 and see its contents

    Case closed.