Router's Samba server all of a sudden works in 20.04; what happened?
 

Router's Samba server all of a sudden works in 20.04; what happened?

 
In 20.04 (and subsequent releases including daily updates), I was never able to connect to the USB3 HD storage attached to my router (LP-Link) via samba (had to resort to using ftp). But after a recent upgrade, I was able to connect to the samba server in the router/NAS. Not that I am complaining but does anyone know what happened?

Same observation after a recent Bullseye update.

 

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