These days I have been playing with my new mybook and its configuration.
I have tested mionet.
It does the job but I don't like it very much. It seems to be big, a bit slow and I don't like its interface very much.
I think it is a bit messy, as it uses separate users and passwords files than the ones configured in samba.
That makes that you have to configure access controls to shares twice.
But it does the job.
It has some interesting features that I cannot ignore:
1.- It gives me access from a computer with mionet installed from outside the corporate firewall: It mounts a logical drive using \\some IP\IDXXXX that works from outside the firewall when mionet is running. When I try to mount my samba shares using SMB for example \\some IP\PUBLIC it asks for the user and keyword but then it fails. I suppose that the 445 port is closed in corporate firewall.
2.- It gives me access to my files and folders in my shares from any computer witout mionet installed, through the mionet web site and its java interface. I don't like it very much, but it works.
3.- I can invite people to join my team and give access to shares. I can share just a file with somebody through email, as it creates a special access key for that person.
What I don't like of it is its interfaces, that it consumes a lot of resources in mybook and has many other options to share my own pc directories that I am not going to use (and I am not sure if it is free or you have to pay an annual fee).
What I am looking for is a software or combinations of software or software combination that can give me access to myBook with all features of mionet but without its drawbacks.
Thanks for your wishfull advice.