Happy users for several months now. When I first received my vero 4k+ i tryed mounting my NAS with fstab but never got it to work. Unfortunatly I dont have the skills to troubleshoot myself so I gave up on it and just had added a normale NFS source to the vero 4k+. Up till now I had no issues realy with the throughputt and everything worked fine, but a recently acquired file seems to be causing some issues. The maximum bitrate is around 80 Mb/s.
So I decided to have another go at trying to mount the share with fstab, however still not succesfull and I need some help.
I have been following the following tutorials:
The issue I’m facing is that the mount just doesnt seem succesfull or something, but im not getting any errors. I’ll post here what I’ve done with screens and hopefully I can get some pointers. Keep in mind though that I am not technical and work through tutorials and pretty much need step by step pointers.
Firstly I edditted my fstab file. This is how it currently looks:
Secondly a screen from the SSH terminal and the steps I took using the tutorial. As you can see below when I try to enter the directory it just wont do it. It lets me enter the volume1 mount but I cant seem to access the video mount. A sidenode, the ‘video’ mount is the correct one. I guess I’ve also added ‘Video’ just in case I think but that one isnt correct. The path is /volume1/video. When trying to open /volume1/video/1 it just says no such device.
The rights to the folders should be correct, i’ve also added a screenshot of the synology with the settings. Keep in mind the language is in dutch but should be clear enough. Also 192.168.1.56 is the ip-adress of the vero.
When I open the vero 4k+ through the normal user interface and try to add the root share it lets me go to volume 1 and displays the video share. But when I add it as share it freezes and after 1-2 minutes does nothing.
So I think there is something wrong in the NFS rules of the synology but I have no clue what it is. So any help is much appreciated.
I need to clear something up, in the original posts it mentioned 192.168.1.230 as IP-address. I noticed this was an old IP from a previous NAS that i’ve replaced. The new ip-address is 192.168.1.221. So i’ve change the fstab file and editted the ip-address, and did all the steps again.
Unfortunatly not succesfull though, error:
osmc@Vero:~$ sudo mount /mnt/volume1/video
mount.nfs: access denied by server while mounting 192.168.1.221:nfs