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Old 12-22-2015, 07:10 PM   #1
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Exclamation How to Map a NAS to a Directory


I need help please ...

I am developing a web based file manager on an intranet.
I would want to use two NAS devices ... 1 for raw files and the other for completed works.
Question:
Is there a way to mount and mirror these NAS drives to specific web directories on the intranet?
For example:
http://intranet.com/raw --- to the NAS 1 for raw files
http://intranet.com/done --- to the NAS 2 for completed work

Thank you.
 
Old 12-23-2015, 04:19 PM   #2
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Originally Posted by blakkguru View Post
I need help please ...

I am developing a web based file manager on an intranet.
I would want to use two NAS devices ... 1 for raw files and the other for completed works.
Question:
Is there a way to mount and mirror these NAS drives to specific web directories on the intranet?
For example:
http://intranet.com/raw --- to the NAS 1 for raw files
http://intranet.com/done --- to the NAS 2 for completed work

Thank you.
You should just have to mount the two NAS devices to two different mount-points on your system. No different than having two different directories for your file-manager.
 
  


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