I use Glinet Flint (FW Ver 3.214) router. I have connected a flash drive of 128GB to it. As per the instructions mentioned here File Sharing - GL.iNet Docs I could able to access the drive over LAN. But I want to access it when I am out of my home I have enabled “Share via WAN”, But I could not able to access it. Can someone please let me know the procedure to access the USB contents over Internet?
Can you upgrade to firmware 4.1?
Changed a lot for file sharing.
Firmware 3.214 is the latest available firmware for the Flint model. may I know when firmware 4.1 (Stable) coming up .
Firmware 4.1 is only available as Beta for the GL-AX1800 Flint.
I do not work for and I do not have formal association with GL.iNet
I seriously need help guys. I updated the firmware to 4.1 now and i got the new features related to network file share
I have configured everything as mentioned in this documentation Network Storage - GL.iNet Docs
I get the folder access link as in the screenshot.
Using that I could able to access my drive files in my local network but not through internet.
I have opened the ports in the firewall
if I try to access it using http://ddnsaddress:6008/disk1_part1 I am unable to access it… Please let me know how I can access my USB drive from outside of my home network.
When I try to access using my DDNS address i am getting this error (After entering a valid username and password)
WebDav cannot be used in Browser. You need to use a WebDav client software.
Here is some detailed guide.
You can access USB driver from outside network. use the “webdav” file share proto.
enable webdav server, enable wan access;
create one file share, use the webav proto;
use the webdav client, access the webdav share file;
using Network Storage - GL.iNet Docs, use the webdav proto.
- first time, use the wedav proto share file. access in the local network.
- use the ddns can access throught the internet
Thanks, people. Since it was 1st time I missed reading the complete Glinet Docs. Thanks for your answers.