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I am trying to access my samba share over internet. I can already access it via ssh and I have opened the 445 port but I cannot find the linux command line to access it.

Let's say I have the following:

  • Alessio as local account

  • website.ddns.net as public ip

  • multimedia as smb shared file

  • 192.168.1.150 as local ip

how do I access it via a command line?

On nautilus I have the following: smb://raspberrypi.local/multimedia. I have the samba shared filesystem on OMV5 installed on a rpi3 connected to my router. In the router I have the port 22,80,445 opened.

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Samba is not safe by default to share over internet. I suggest you to use sftp or sshfs if both of your systems are linux.

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