Mount USB drive from Linux

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Mount USB drive from Linux
Mount USB drive from Linux
2022-01-26 19:18:20
Model: Archer A7  
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Here are the advanced settings:

  • Use default account - (admin/password)
  • Server Name: Music
  • Network Neighborhood - smb://Music
  • FTP - ftp://192.168.0.1:21
  • FTP via internet - Disabled
  • Share All
  • Enable Authentication
  • ID 1
  • Folder Name: sda1
  • Folder Path: G:
  • Volume Name: ESD-USB

 

How do I mount the USB hdd from Linux? I can access it as an FTP server, but not as a network drive. It works just fine from my Windows PC, I can just open Windows Explorer and navigate to \\Music\sda1. I can ping it just fine (IP address shows up as 127.0.53.53) Using mount.cifs always throws an error, either "invalid parameter" or "No such file or directory". This thread  had some ideas for other routers and it seems there's some sort of undocumented directory name that's needed.

 

The FTP command "ftp 127.0.53.53 user=admin" works just fine.

 

Here are the mount commands I've tried to no avail (all using sudo):

 

  • mount //Music /mnt/music
  • mount //Music/sda1 /mnt/music
  • mount //Music /mnt/music -o user=admin
  • mount -t cifs //Music /mnt/music
  • mount //Music/g /mnt/music
  • mount //Music_a1 /mnt/music
  • mount -t nfs //Music /mnt/music -o gid=500,uid=1000
  • mount //192.168.0.1 /mnt/music
  • mount //128.0.53.53 /mnt/music

 

And pretty much every possible combination of those commands, like 'mount //192.168.0.1/g/sda1 /mnt/music -o user=admin'

 

Any help would be appreciated.

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