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I simply updated the kernel with version 3.2.96 and now it runs as expected. Regards, Matteo.
That's the solution! The factory reset solved the problem. For the sake of the completion of this question, I did not find a way to upgrade the firmware from the serial port but I was able to manage a full update to the latest FW. Thank you for the support.
I uninstalled both of them. Same situation. Here attached the bootlog of today after that. I am still reviewing that file looking for a solution. Thank you, Matteo
Update: Thanks to your advise I successfully started the web server and updated the firmware to the latest version. So the original question on how to update, is no longer a point. The point is that now the NAS boots with the network up but the web server is not working. I can again start the server with the command…
Thank you for the quick reply. From the ifcong, no ip assigned. ---8<--- / # ifconfig egiga0 Link encap:Ethernet HWaddr 5C:F4:AB:5B:AB:6C inet6 addr: fe80::5ef4:abff:fe5b:ab6c/64 Scope:Link UP BROADCAST RUNNING MULTICAST MTU:1500 Metric:1 RX packets:5 errors:0 dropped:0 overruns:0 frame:0 TX packets:6…
Not to my knowledge. How can I set the IP as dynamic? From the console I mean. Thanks you all for the help. Regards, Matteo
Yes it happens at every boot. Should that be useful I can send the bootlog with the HDDs connected. Yes the Point is exactly that: boot to the web interface and update the FW. Thanks for the support, Matteo