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My setup is essentially a modem router, connected to a gigabit router, which connects to a Drobo and a Computer. Everything works fine except I can't get the Subsonic music server to detect folders across the network on the Drobo. As a result I have to Drobo copy onto the local HDD which leaves me with 3 copies of my music folder and a little manual migration work when I add music. Obviously, I can remotely access the server and the music - just from the wrong location.

Is there a way to configure my network/ server such that Subsonic can read the folder sitting on the Drobo NAS?

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Mount the folders on the Drobo that have the music in them on the PC that is running Subsonic. Those folders will then look to Subsonic like they are local.

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For the record - I now have it appearing as both a drive and a folder. – damiendonnelly Sep 11 '11 at 8:50
Hold the phone - you may be right - it could be indexing, my error has gone. Stay tuned. – damiendonnelly Sep 11 '11 at 8:52
#winning - Thanks! – damiendonnelly Sep 11 '11 at 8:53

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