August 6, 2022, 11:22am
I wish I could create a Wireless NAS using the Beryl MT1300 router.
The router must connect via WiFi to the main router and share the connected HDD via samba.
I don’t want to use the firewall part of the Beryl, nor create a new subnet. The beryl dhcp must therefore be deactivated.
Client PCs or Android devices must be able to connect to the WiFi of the main router or to the WiFi of the Beryl and be able to access the shared drive.
How do I set it up like this?
August 6, 2022, 12:16pm
Try Extender mode. More Settings - Network Mode - Extender
August 6, 2022, 12:55pm
Already tried, but samba isn’t working in this way
Extender network mode should work, with the following caveats:
You should use a Static IP address for the NAS, or it may be necessary to unplug and replug the LAN cable for the Beryl to pick up a DHCP IP address from the main router.
The Beryl LAN IP address must be in a different subnet than the main router and NAS. The Beryl LAN IP is only used to access its Admin Panel.
My end goal: I want my NAS in another room without having to use a cable through the wall or through my apartment.
Problem: I have the mt300nV2 that i purchased for another use case. Is it at all possibel to do a wireless bridge between my ISP-router and the mt300nV2 so that my devices, that are connected to the ISP-router can still “talk” to the NAS connected to the mt300nV2 via cable?
I have two small devices I want to be mobile but they must have hardwired connections (wireless is not an option for these devices).
I purchased a GL-AR750S-EXT as an extender so it could join the wifi and then I can plug these two devices into the GL-AR750 LAN ports thereby making them wireless/mobile.
The GL-AR750 is in Extender mode, joined to the wifi and getting the proper IP address assigned to it (I can see it and it’s MAC on my network).
Unfortunately the hardwired devices are N…
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