You have red blinking led
E11 fan error
your fan is to slow!
I'm getting the E06 error, not E11. I *was* getting i11... too many error codes that are too similar
I had already purchased a new WD Red drive to replace the green, so now I am trying to rebuild the NAS from scratch.
I followed this guide here:http://forum.nas-hilfe.de/buffalo-techn ... -t903.html
My TFTP process works, and I see the two files served (I have used what I believe to the correct ones for a LS-VL from the 1.71 firmware download):
alias / is mapped to O:\Temp\LS-VL\TFTP Boot Recovery\
listening On: 127.0.0.1:69
listening On: 192.168.2.232:69
listening On: 192.168.26.232:69
listening On: 192.168.11.1:69
listening On: 169.254.218.162:69
permitted clients: all
server port range: all
max blksize: 65464
defult blksize: 512
default interval: 3
overwrite existing files: No
thread pool size: 1
Client 192.168.11.150:3401 O:\Temp\LS-VL\TFTP Boot Recovery\uImage.buffalo, 9298 Blocks Served
Client 192.168.11.150:2565 O:\Temp\LS-VL\TFTP Boot Recovery\initrd.buffalo, 18781 Blocks Served
As you can see, the NAS is on the network and boots from it's default IP of 192.168.11.150. Following that, it should either pick up a DHCP address (nope, checked DHCP server), or be on an autoconfiguration address (if I understand correctly).
From the TFTP boot server, you can see that I have a number of subnets configured:
127.0.0.1:69 standard loopback address - irrelevant here
192.168.2.232:69 - my main subnet, location of DHCP server which linkstation is not using
192.168.26.232:69 - the subnet the linkstation *was* on before it went nuts
192.168.11.1:69 - subnet for default linkstation IP
169.254.218.162:69 - autoconfiguration subnet with a mask of /16 (255.255.0.0)
My LSUpdater.ini file has been modified to the following:
Title = BUFFALO LinkStation Series Updater Ver.1.71
WaitReboot = 1200
WaitFormat = 600
WaitFileSend = 600
WaitDiscover = 120
ProductID = 0x00000011
ProductID2 = 0x00000012
ProductID3 = 0x00000013
ProductID4 = 0x00000014
ProductID5 = 0x00003006
ProductID6 = 0x00003007
ProductID7 = 0x00000015
ProductID8 = 0x00000016
ProductID9 = 0x00003008
ProductID10 = 0x00004001
ProductID11 = 0x00000017
ProductID12 = 0x00000019
ProductID13 = 0x00000020
ProductID14 = 0x00003010
Name = LinkStation
VersionCheck = 0
NoFormatting = 0
Debug = 1
...however, it does not see the LS-VL.
I ran NASNavigator which only sees my LS420 which is plugged into the same switch as the TFTPboot machine and the LS-VL.
I also ran this process on my laptop, with WIFI disabled, and a direct ethernet connection between the LS-VL and the laptop.
Windows Firewall is disabled, TFTPboot is allowed through the firewall just to be safe
Wired LAN Ethernet is configured with two IPs, and no default gateway:
Same behavior - TFTPboot serves two files, but the Linkstation never shows up again after pulling the two files.
I have a wireshark capture of the TFTP process if that helps...
Any idea what is going wrong?