02-05-2013 07:24 AM
I have searched the forum and this problem seems to have effected a number of people - though I havent seen any resolution, has anyone resolved this?
My set up -
mybooklive 3 TB
Web access from Windows 7 Pro (64 bit), i5, 4GB RAM
Good internet access on both sides (documented 35MBPS transfer on this set up)
I have tried safe mode network access, couldnt connect and disabling all my security.
I'll give a kudos to anyone who can offer a solution!
02-05-2013 05:54 PM
Update MBL firmware, .net framework
Enable file transfer,network discovery and sharing in windows setting
Go to dashboard Settings/network/ftp allow ftp.
Remote access is enabled
Turn firewall off
Turn antivirus off
enter in internet browser http://(drive name or ip address)/UI/ssh and enable ssh ex. http://mybooklive/UI/ssh
then transfer files!!!!!
if still not successful:
go to dashboard
settings/Remote access/advance rebuild wd2go server
02-27-2013 06:09 AM
Does wd2go has a file transfer limit?
Uhm, did you read the post you replied to?
02-27-2013 02:28 PM
I would love to see proof of people been able to copy files over 2GB (single files) because i cannot do it and when you dig deep, the small print says you cannot copy files > 2GB. I have found this with most NAS devices i have researched but you really have to dig to find this info.
02-27-2013 11:46 PM
i would like to show you, but i dont know how if i can read MBL logs with wd2go.com.
last night i've copied a 3.5GB file, unfortunatelly my problems are with 4.5GB files (DVD ISOs).
why cant WD clarify this for us?
again: i'm talking about copiing files using wd2go.com (internet-WAN) and not local network (LAN)
02-28-2013 05:16 AM - edited 02-28-2013 05:17 AM
It's pretty clear in the WD 2go FAQ. http://support.wdc.com/product/wd2gofaq.asp?lang=e
Maximum file size supported: 2GB.
If you can copy files larger than 2GB, that's great -- you're lucky (and so am I, because I can copy up to approx 4.2 GB) -- but WD isn't going to support it, and isn't going to help you get there.
Here's copying a 2.5 GB file.