I thought I setted bad configuration on my NAS. I can’t no more connect to it, even by restoring network configuration with the reset button. I tried to plug ethernet directly to my computer or to my router : there’s no issue.
Something which is strange that my LED is blue, and switch with yellow about 1 second, every 20 seconds.
The last time my drive was working, I had pressed the reset button, and did a backup.
After that, I saw that the mount point : / was 99% full, so I deleted one of my file which was not on the good folder.
And finally, I entered a correct network configuration (the former that have always worked) and reboot the drive.
Now, impossible to established a connection to it.
May I send my drive to WD?
Or is there a free & fastess way to recovery my drive?
There is no way to force mount? To write by force on the drive slaved? To plug a screen for lauching Debian on the NAS? To recognize the drive as a usb device?
How could WD repair my NAS so? I’m sure there is a solution, even if WD are the only one who can do it, I just wanna know how it work.
Thanks a lot,
PS : Sorry for my bad english, I tried to increase it, but it’s not easy.