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SMB/CIFS/NFS Network Shares with CifsManager

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10th February 2012, 12:08 AM   |  #11  
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Have you looked into NeoRouter? It's sort of like a vpn (like Hamachi) and may have less overhead than the VPN you tried. I have it running on my windows machine along with my android devices.
10th February 2012, 05:13 AM   |  #12  
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I've compiled cifs, nls_utf8, slow-work, and tun modules for CM7, they're down in the attachment. Stock modules are also in the attachment. I've deleted the download links.

I might try to reduce the modules size and merge them all together, if I can do it.
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Ok im all setup via LAN for stream my media succesfully but now i want to stream my media anywhere with a wireless connection (WAN).
I have been doing my research for 2 days and so far i have tried setting up a FTP filezilla server with a no-ip host ip on windows pc but it doesn't work neather with cifsmanager nor ES file explorer FTP tab, vpn is not a go for me because stream videos can be choppy, anyway what i want is to find a reliable way to do this at list for music and videos, i have been searching but all i find is how to do it "local" which i already have setup and running. So big question here is does anybody know a reliable way to reach this - Windows to Android media streaming?

~ Veronica

I'm running a filezilla server and am able to stream both music and video through ES File Manager while tethered to my Thunderbolt. Are you able to connect at all to your ftp server?
10th February 2012, 08:39 AM   |  #14  
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I'm running a filezilla server and am able to stream both music and video through ES File Manager while tethered to my Thunderbolt. Are you able to connect at all to your ftp server?

Uhmmm which OS? This filezilla server does not work right in my windows 7 x64bits, first try to loging with an anonymous user which I haven't created and takes its time, then login with the user I have setup in first place to finally disconnect so pfff I have spent an entired day troubleshooting it, I just decided not to waste more time with it. Also what version do you have?. I got it working witth VLC but I would prefer to be able to stream all my data not only music and videos.

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I've compiled cifs, nls_utf8, slow-work, and tun modules for CM7, they're down in the attachment. Stock modules are also in the attachment. I've deleted the download links.

I might try to reduce the modules size and merge them all together, if I can do it.

Awesome, you the man. Ill update my tutorial tomorrow, ehrm meant later its almost 3am here lol.

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10th February 2012, 04:39 PM   |  #16  
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I'm on windows 7 x64, using FileZilla 0.9.37 beta. Also have my IP address updater through DynDNS. I like to keep my home PC sleeping when not in use, so I use ProWol to wake it up prior to accessing. It works like a charm on the NT. This may help in setting up the server.
http://www.sevenforums.com/tutorials...-computer.html
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I'm on windows 7 x64, using FileZilla 0.9.37 beta. Also have my IP address updater through DynDNS. I like to keep my home PC sleeping when not in use, so I use ProWol to wake it up prior to accessing. It works like a charm on the NT. This may help in setting up the server.
http://www.sevenforums.com/tutorials...-computer.html

ahahah finally got it working thanks, the version of filezilla server was the guilty here as i had the latest one 0.9.40 , downloaded the version you have and its working now.

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11th February 2012, 06:37 AM   |  #18  
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ahahah finally got it working thanks, the version of filezilla server was the guilty here as i had the latest one 0.9.40 , downloaded the version you have and its working now.

~ Veronica

Glad it's working. One thing to keep an eye on is the activity log. I found that when I kept the server running all day, I'd like see a few times a week, hackers trying to break into my server.. They couldn't get past the account name and password, but was disconcerting having these guys trying to get through. I now have my server set up to lock out any IP address after 5 failed to attempts for a few hours. Then they snoop on someone else's server. Now I have have WOL set up and running can wake it remotely and I have my pc set to sleep after 10 minutes. I don't need to keep my home pc on and running.

It took some doing to get my router set up to allow WOL over the Internet, but it is worth the fiddling around to get it set up. I'll share some pointers if you are interested in getting WOL set up and running.
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Glad it's working. One thing to keep an eye on is the activity log. I found that when I kept the server running all day, I'd like see a few times a week, hackers trying to break into my server.. They couldn't get past the account name and password, but was disconcerting having these guys trying to get through. I now have my server set up to lock out any IP address after 5 failed to attempts for a few hours. Then they snoop on someone else's server. Now I have have WOL set up and running can wake it remotely and I have my pc set to sleep after 10 minutes. I don't need to keep my home pc on and running.

It took some doing to get my router set up to allow WOL over the Internet, but it is worth the fiddling around to get it set up. I'll share some pointers if you are interested in getting WOL set up and running.

Yes i did set it up to auto-ban any ip address but after 10 attempts (the min in filezilla server) and for 48 hours. Yeah i had to setup my router , i opened ports 7 n 9 udp/tcp and also enabled the WOL feature in the BIOS of my desktop-server , after that worked perfectly but im using WOL Wake On Lan app it has more options.

~ Veronica
20th February 2012, 04:58 AM   |  #20  
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Added cifs/tun modules support for CM7 alpha. Hopefully TEAM-B+ stop changing the kernel version or have cifs/tun built into the kernel in their next release.

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