Hi there. I recently bought me a new computer, and now I'm hooking it up to my My Book live. On my old laptop I managed users and shares. I needed to check some settings, so opened the dashboard, only to find it virtually inoperable. No links appear and direct access (e.g. http://mybooklive/. I have a 1tb Mybook live Nas drive but I am unable to connect to the dashboard either by IP address or by connecting to nvrehs.info
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It is very much appreciated. Has anybody a solution? I need to activate ssh. But how, when I cant use the interface?
Morning all. I tried Chrome over the weekend but this did not work either. Thanks for the suggestion though.
Regards, Barry. Tried changing my dns server and I am still getting the same. Is there any way of setting the drive back to factory defaults at all?
How about, let the drive go into standby. I think the default is 10 minutes. I have had one issue with the Dashboard in the past where it failed to respond after a reboot. When I did that the Dashboard became available. Hi Myron. I gave that a try last night but I am still unable to access the settings area of the dashboad. Unfortunately I do not have ssh enabled either so I cannot upgrade the firmware via that route. I really appreciate all of the advice to date.
I am having the same exact problem. I just upgraded the firmware through the Dashboard yesterday. Today, I could not access the Dashboard. Neither option worked.
I can access it through ssh and shared folders but no Web UI. I tried both windows and linux. I also tried resetting the device via the hard reset button and that did nothing either. I have the exact same issue, just on a 2TB edition.
Anybody tried to revert to a previous version of the firmware, if possible?
I stumbled on it trying to research how to fix the issue. It seems to have happened suddenly. Web browser access had been working both remotely and locally. I can access the drive via ssh logging on as root…no trouble. I can mount the drive on the local network. WD Smartware runs okay. I do assume this could be related to the no browser access issue.
The drive is on the same subnet. A firmware update brought my connectivity back. I needed to log in through ssh using putty. I put the deb file in public and ran the updater against it…back in business. As with others I can see, read and write to the drive through finder. I can also stream media from it to QuickTime, etc. But I can not access it through the Dashboard UI via http: Is there any way to carry this out other than going through the Dashboard UI?
I unfortunately did not turn ssh permissions on before I lost the UI. I tried a reset with power on but that accomplished nothing i.
I also tried a hard reset by pushing the reset while powering up. Also no effect.
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