So I bought a Arris SB6190 Modem because the one from Charter was garbage. It's all setup and works great but I want to get into the modem and check the signal. The manual says 192.168.100.1 but it does not work.
Does anyone know another reason why I cannot ping that address?
I've tried all the major ones listed below. None ping back or work in the browser so I'm at a loss. Now i'm trying to ping every ip from 192.168.0.1 to 192.168.255.255.....it's going to take awhile.
So it seems the Ubuntu / Samba server thing I tried to do this whole week is a bust since the LSI card isn't support and just kept locking the system up and causing errors in disk reading. Fast forward the whole day, I got Windows Server 2012 installed (working normally) and created a test folder to be shared but thats where my luck ran out.
I can't seem to get the drive to share without having to type in a login and password. I just simply want to create a shared folder that does not require logins. Does anyone have a solution for Windows 2012?!
I must be missing a simple step in the wizard setup....
Hey everyone I have a quick question that I cannot seemed to find.
Is there a File Resource Manager sort of program for Ubuntu or any other Linux version in GUI form? I found Samba but that is command line and it also cannot limit folder sizes. It seems Windows Server 2008 has it all, but those license are out of this world and my company isn't going to spend a penny.
The reason I ask is because I found two Dell Poweredge R415 at my work that was used for some proprietary stuff. We don't use anymore so these were just sitting off for the last year (no one knew what they did, go figure). I found them and installed Ubuntu 14. it works fine but I wanted them as file servers to free up some space.
So in short, I'm not good at linux and even know less about command line in that. Is there a easy GUI program that can do basic file management and limit folder sizes? If not can someone walk me through command line setting up Samba?