what error do you get? this could be a problem with the way that samba is served on your NAS device.
Originally Posted by Paqman
in order to connect with correct permissions, you will need to mount with the file and directory modes like so:
Originally Posted by abubin
you'll also have better luck if you mount with fstab instead of the command line. "sudo" means you're mounting as root, so it does mess with permissions.
sudo mount -t cifs //192.168.10.32/Volume_1 /mnt/mynas2 -o rw,username=user111,password=pass111,file_mode=0777,dir_mode=0777
well, the problem is certainly related to the nas device rather than cifs. during testing, i could mount regular windows hosted samba shares with cifs and unicode and was able to view the sweedish characters just fine.
Originally Posted by Dan_N
looks like there are some updates to the thread which indicated that you can fix the problem by disabling easy search?
Languange settings cannot be changed in EasySearch using 1.04. This could only be done downgrading firmware to 1.03 which I didn't like. I presume 1.04 supports UTF8 after all(?). So I dropped that alternative and tried to get it right with 1.04 without using EasySearch.
post the contents of your credential file. mask username and password with **** or similar (if you're concerned about security).
Originally Posted by a_posse_ad_esse
if your network is dhcp, you may not be able to mount with an ip address. see the section in the howto under "prework" as well as the second post in the thread regarding how to find netbios names.
on dhcp networks, i have run into this error when trying to mount with ip instead of mounting with netbios name.