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I click on Map Network Drive, and select a drive letter, select browse, and it's now showing the WD
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USB Storage (Basic Settings) Help
NOTE:This page shows your current USB Storage settings, to Edit any of settings shown, or to create a new Network Folder, click Edit
Is the name used to access the Router from your Laptop/PC. The Network/Device Name shown in the Router Web GUI can either be clicked to immediately access the storage or can be entered into a web browser e.g //readyshare.
Available Network Folders Table
This table shows all the Network Folders currently available and configured on the Router:
Folder Name : Full path of the used by the Network Folder
Volume Name : Volume name from the storage device (either USB drive or HDD)
Total/Free Space : Shows the current utilisation of the storage device
Share Name : The Name shown in the Router Web GUI can either be clicked to immediately access the storage or can be entered into a web browser e.g//readyshare/photos.If 'Not Shared' is shown then the default share has been deleted and no other share for the root folder exists. Click the link to change this setting.
Read/Write Access : Shows the permissions/access controls on the Network Folder:
All - no password allows all users to access the Network Folder
admin will prompt for users to provide the same username and password used to access the Router Web GUI
Click to Edit any of settings shown, or to create a new Network Folder
Safely Remove USB Device Button
Click to Safely Remove either one or all of the USB devices attached to your Router
Click to Refresh the page, helpful if you have just connected a new USB devic
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to access media content
on the media center’s internal hard drive.
[LEFT]The media player supports Windows (SMB/CIFS), and Linux (NFS) network shares. [/LEFT]
[LEFT]Windows Shares uses Samba (also known as SMB/CIFS), a more common protocol among devices such as PC, NAS, and Mac (before Lion). If you want to simply discover and/or share a folder on the network to be accessed by the media player, Samba is a common method, especially for Windows. If this section doesn't get you going, post again with the progress you've made and we'll move forward from there.[/FONT][/LEFT]