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RFE: Mount ISO under /share/Web/

I would like to request an enhancement to the ISO mount feature.  I should be able to mount an ISO image under the /share/Web directory such that I can request files from the ISO via HTTP.  For example, I might mount the RHEL 6 Server x86_64 ISO under /share/Web/rhel6Server-x86_64 and then request files from http://cisconas/rhel6Server-x86_64/.

Thanks for your consideration in this matter.

/Brian/

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Re: RFE: Mount ISO under /share/Web/

Brian,

Thanks for the post.

When you mount the ISO file as a share, you can view the contents via http://nas-ip/shareISO  where shareISO is the name of the share you created that points to the ISO file.  The actual ISO file can be anywhere on the device.

With webDAV enabled, this seems to work fine.  Maybe I'm not understanding your issue or use case properly.

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Re: RFE: Mount ISO under /share/Web/

Brian,

Thanks for the post.

When you mount the ISO file as a share, you can view the contents via http://nas-ip/shareISO  where shareISO is the name of the share you created that points to the ISO file.  The actual ISO file can be anywhere on the device.

With webDAV enabled, this seems to work fine.  Maybe I'm not understanding your issue or use case properly.

Cisco Employee

Re: RFE: Mount ISO under /share/Web/

Interesting.  I had not enabled WebDAV since I didn't plan to use it for editing files or using WebDAV clients.  Enabling WebDAV allowed me to browse directly to my mounted ISO via HTTP.  Sorry for the noise.  I didn't realize WebDAV had to be enabled in order to access mounted ISOs via HTTP.

/Brian/