I've got a laptop with Ubuntu 12.10 using a Belkin N+ router (F6D6230uk4) for wifi. Attached to the router is a USB HDD acting as a NAS in my network, but I can't access it!
Running Windows I can access the disk using the IP-adress (192.168.2.1) and the Username (guest) and Password(<empty>), but given the same parameters it just won't work in Ubuntu.
Found another thread in this forum regarding another Belkin N+ router that have helped many others, but using the information just won't do it for me!
When I map the disk(s) in Nautilus usning: smb://192.168.2.1/ I can see the two partitions on the disk as "sda1" and "sda2". When i click either of them I have to write username, workgroup and password. As suggested in the thread I read you set username to "guest", workgroup to "Belkin" and password as <empty>, but i don't get access anyway. I have checked the router to be sure "Belkin" is the "Local Domain Name..". Also tried "Mount Server" but the result is the same!
Does anyone know how to work around this??