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ChristianVirtual

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May 10, 2010
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ahh; call me stupid ... I read the warning and did some test. On my MBA I could access the NAS via AFP. So I updated my iMac too.

Then I realized: me stupid guy didn't tested write access or logon; the guest access is working but not a connection with user/password.

Hope that QNAP and/or Apple will find a workaround; let me quess: its on QNAP side. There are already some discussions over there
(e.g. http://forum.qnap.com/viewtopic.php?f=182&t=41220)


At least I can access the files as guest but if you need your QNAP-NAS maybe wait.



UPDATE: try to replace AFP with NFS ... looks promising ... need more testing later

Update 2new FW solved the issue
 
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dgr

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ahh; call me stupid ... I read the warning and did some test. On my MBA I could access the NAS via AFP. So I updated my iMac too.

Then I realized: me stupid guy didn't tested write access or logon; the guest access is working but not a connection with user/password.

Hope that QNAP and/or Apple will find a workaround; let me quess: its on QNAP side. There are already some discussions over there
(e.g. http://forum.qnap.com/viewtopic.php?f=182&t=41220)


At least I can access the files as guest but if you need your QNAP-NAS maybe wait.

Thanks for the heads up.
 
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ChristianVirtual

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Looks like for QNAP an updated firmware is in place. Will check that on the weekend after a full backup of the RAID is done ...

Update: latest FW installed and AFP is working again as required.
 
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