Make sure you are on the same LAN as the Gateway.
In some cases, you may use Wi-Fi on you PC/Mac. Make sure that the Wi-Fi network is the same as the network of the Gateway.
If you have DHCP enabled on your network router, the IP address of the Gateway may change from time to time. In this case, you can use the Gateway Name to connect and mount your share.
In this example, the Gateway name is "September". Simply type the name in Server Address field:
In any case, you can type in the IP address into the server address to connect to the Gateway. Here are the steps to connect to Gateway via IPv6 if the Morro device uses IPv6 for the LAN IP address in Morro Cloud Manager.
Make sure you have IPv6 enabled on your PC/MAC
The following instructions cover Mac OS X 10.5 (Leopard) and later. OS X 10.4 (Tiger) and older Mac OS X versions 10.2/10.3 also include IPv6 support, and the process for setting them up is similar.
1. Go to System Preferences, and open Network.
2. Select the network connection and click Advanced.
3. On the TCP/IP tab, make sure that the drop down box next to Configure IPv6 is set to Automatically.
4. On the DNS tab, click the plus (+) button below the list of DNS servers.
5. Type the address of your DNS server into the field provided: e.g., “2001:0DB8:C000:D000::3”.
6. Click the OK button.
7. Click the Apply button. IPv6 support will now be enabled.
Go to Device page in Morro Cloud Manager to find the IP address of the Gateway.
Connect to Gateway
1. Go to Finder and then Go and Connect to Server.
2. In Server Address bar type:
smb:// [IPv6] (Note: The brackets () for the beginning and end of the IPv6 address are required)
3. Click Connect and select the share you want to mount.