Is it possible to map a network drive in Windows 7 connecting to a NAS on a another local network (behind a firewall)?
Here's my setup (so far): - Linksys wireless router connected to the internet - Buffalo LinkStation Live connected to a LAN-port on the router
From outside the LAN I can get in contact with a shared folder on the LinkStation (via ftp or webaccess). It's also possible on the LinkStation to mark a folder "Windows", which means it can be accessed using SMB. If I do so, I'm able to map the drive (using "net use") within the LAN.
But what about from outside? Is it even possible to map a SMB drive that situated on another local network?
I've opened port 445 and 135-139 in the router and forwards traffic to the LinkStation.
What do I do from here?