Hi I am having a problem setting up a CIFS share from Tomato on to a NAS box (Icybox NAS900). I currently have the CIFS share to a directory share from my PC this directory has no security setup but because Tomato requires a user ID in the CIFS client I put my PC login details in and it works. However I want to swap the directory to my NAS box so I do not have to leave the PC on 24x7 but the NAS box can support passwords on the directory but does not allow a user name to be set I have tried the following but all I ever get is the message of "Mounting...." - Set the NAS directory with no password and CIFS client up with "admin" as user which is the NAS boxes web browser admin username and the associated admin password - would not connect... - Set the NAS directory with a password and CIFS client up with "admin" as user which is the NAS boxes web browser admin username and the directories password - would not connect... Has anybody had similar issues with using NAS? Does anybody have a work round already? Is there any way to not have to put a username and password into Tomato's CIFS client? For info I am using Version 1.06 Tomato firmware and the NAS box uses SMB (samba I think) but I have no access to the root of the firmware to config anything differently, browser GUI only allows top level directories to be created/deleted etc and passwords to be set, it's also the latest firmware available. Any ideas appreciated and thanks in advance.