I decided to set up a remote log backup location using CIFS. I've set up a regular user account on my machine (with password), created a shared folder, gave the newly created user full access to the folder. Went to CIFS page in Tomato, checked "Enable" checkbox, entered share name (\\192.168.1.2\Router_logs, also tried \\Computer_name\Router_logs), user name and password and clicked save. Tomato tried to mount the share for some time but eventually failed. Logs show that cifs_mount continuously fails with error -22. Searched Google, found no description of the error code. Knowing from past experience that you can't do anything right from GUI in *nix environment SSHed into the router and executed the following: mount -t cifs user=user_name //192.168.1.2/Router_logs /cifs1 Got the following error: mount: Cannot read /etc/fstab: No such file or directory I'm about to go searching for mount source code to see what causes the error now really. Any help on troubleshooting the problem would be greatly appreciated. EDIT: Now, after trying and trying again to mount the share from GUI I've got a new error. Dec 8 15:34:53 user.err kernel: CIFS VFS: No response buffer Dec 8 15:34:53 user.err kernel: CIFS VFS: cifs_mount failed w/return code = -147 EDIT: I have manually created /etc/fstab and written down the info to mount the share. The info is as follows: //192.168.1.2/Router_logs /cifs1 cifs username=user_name,password=pass 0 0 When trying to mount I am getting invalid argument error. And I really can't figure out which of the arguments is incorrect... EDIT: And forgot to say that I am running Tomato 1.13 and WinXP.