Currently Being ModeratedMar 24, 2013 4:17 AM (in response to ESPIRITO)
Log on to your router and make sure you have the drive shared and setup correctly. It takes OS X a period of time to fully see other devices on the network. Also in the Sharing section of System Preferences Enable SMB (Windows) Sharing as most routers don't do Mac/OS X AFP sharing and if SMB (Windows) sharing isn't turned on you will never see it.
Currently Being ModeratedMar 24, 2013 8:54 AM (in response to ESPIRITO)
First, whether File Sharing is on or off makes no difference.
If your router supports Bonjour (which might be called "Multicast DNS" in its settings), enable it. Otherwise you'll have to mount the shared volume manually by selecting
Go > Connect to Server
from the Finder menu bar, or pressing the key combination command-K while the Finder is active. Enter the IP address of the router. If you don't know the address, look in the Network preference pane.
Currently Being ModeratedMar 24, 2013 10:06 AM (in response to Linc Davis)
When i did "connect to server" i received this error message. What should i do?
"There was a problem connecting to the server “192.168.1.253”.
The version of the server you are trying to connect to is not supported. Please contact your system administrator to resolve the problem."
Currently Being ModeratedMar 24, 2013 10:33 AM (in response to ESPIRITO)
That probably means you're trying to connect to a server using the wretched "netatalk" implementation of AFP. You might be able to make it work by following the instructions linked below. You'll be slightly compromising your security by doing so.