[GLLUG] Intro and network drive
hearnsj at gmail.com
Sat Mar 21 22:27:51 UTC 2020
How are you connecting the Lacie NAS to your network?
Are you connecting it via a small switch or directly into the back of your
wireless router via an ethernet cable?
In this case the LAcie device should get an DHCP address.
If you are connecting it directly to the ethernet port on the USB-C adapter
then take note of this from the device manual:
Most home and office routers are DHCP servers, meaning that your device
will automatically receive an IP address once it is connected to the
network. If a network is not DHCP-managed, the LaCie storage device will
use APIPA (automatic private IP addressing) to assign itself a valid IP
address within the existing network. In some cases, it will assign itself
an IP address following the rule 169.254.xxx.yyy/24.
So it is using bonjour/zeroconf to allocate an address to itself. I am not
that expert on using zeroconf with Ubuntu, sorry.
On Sat, 21 Mar 2020 at 22:18, Davide Giannella via GLLUG <
gllug at mailman.lug.org.uk> wrote:
> Good evening,
> after 10+years I'm back on the penguin. Back in the days I used to be
> an active member and founder of a LUG in Italy. From which I learned a
> lot and gave back.
> Intro over, here's my current problem and hopefully is the right place
> where to ask. I bought 3-4 months ago a dell xps with ubuntu on top.
> I'm trying to mount a Lacie Network Space Max 2 plugged via eth and
> usb-c adapter. However, while I was waiting for nautilus to
> autodiscover, it never happened.
> I can't find the dmesg any more as it was some days ago and I don't
> have disk at hand to try.
> Any suggestions for starting?
> I remember I mounted the same drive on a MBP+Debian(or Ubuntu) many
> years ago but I can't really recall how.
> Thank you
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> GLLUG at mailman.lug.org.uk
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