Access to the hard drive USB network - WAG310G

Hello.. I have a 500 GB USB hard drive attached to my WAG310G, but it can be accessed from the network. IM using XP Pro.

Someone suggested to go to start / run and typing \\192.168.1.1\, but I just get an error "the network not found path.

This seems to be a really hard to find an answer, because I can't find any help on the internet either.

Help, please!

See / Kevbb.

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I think that you do not have the possibility to access the drive on the network, but you can use the interface of the router to store your entire network on the USB connected to your router.

If you have DDNS service, you can manage the storage device using the WAN IP address. To enable WAN HTTP access, you must enable remote access on the Administration > management screen and disable the firewall on the security > firewall screen.

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