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Page Count: A Division of Cisco Systems, Inc. Netw ork Stor age Link. Copyright and T rademarks. Specifications are subject to change without notice. L inksys is a registered tradema rk or trademark of Cisco. Systems, Inc. Other brands and product names are tradem arks or registered trademarks of their respective. Look for the following items when reading this guide:. In addition to these symbols, there are definitions for technical term s that are presented like this:.
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Figure Sample Figure Description. Chapter 1: Introduction 1. Chapter 2: Getting to Know the Storage Link 4. Chapter 3: Connecting the Storage Link 6. Hardware Installation 6. Chapter 4: Setting Up the Storage Link 9. Chapter 6: Configuring the Storage Link Administration Tab Appendix A: Troubleshooting Appendix C: Windows Help Appendix D: Glossary Appendix E: Specifications Appendix F: Warranty Information Appendix G: Regulatory Information Appendix H: Contact Information Figure Back Panel 4.
Figure Front Panel 5. Figure Ethernet Connection 6. Figure Flash Drive Connection 7. Figure Hard Drive Connection 7. Figure Power Connection 7. Figure Power Button 7. Figure Select the Network Storage Link 9.
Figure Enter a Password Figure IP Settings Figure Confirm New Settings Figure Change Settings Figure Format Figure Congratulations Figure Welcome Figure Destination Location Figure Program Folder Figure Accessing the Web Utility Figure Home Tab Figure User Password Tab Figure Administration Tab - System Figure Administration Tab - Users Figure The User Membership Screen Figure Administration Tab - Status Figure The Online User Guide Figure B Network Logon Figure B Locating the Storage Link Figure B Mapping the Network Drive Chapter 1: Introductio n.
Now you can quickly and easily add. One port can be used for a USB Flash. Drive , and th e other can be connected to any USB hard driv e. As your storage needs grow , you can simply install. Installation of the Network Storage Link is simple - just plug it directly into your Ethernet network, and it's.
If you don't, it takes only a few minutes to. The Network Storage Link features built-in disk utilities t hat are accessible through your web browser. Y ou can. If you've installed a second Network Storage Link, you. Y ou can also autmatically back up data to or from a. For even more flexibility and utility , the Network Storage Link can be set up to be accessible directly from the. Internet, which allows access to stored files via a web browser. Files can be available publicly in your network, or.
The Network Storage Link is a powerful, flexible , and economical addition to your ne twork. Use the instructions in. This user guide covers the steps for setting up and using the Storage Link. This chapter shows you how to connect the Storage Link to your Network. Follow the directions in this chapter when using Flash Disks. This appendix describes some potential problems and solutions, as well as frequently asked questions,.
This chapter helps you with using the Storage Link and Windows. This appendix describes how you can use Windows Help fo r instructions about networking, suc h as installing. This appendix gives a brief glossar y of terms frequently used in networking.
This appendix provides contact information for a variety of Linksys resources, including T echnical Support. Chapter 2: Getting to Kn ow the Storage Link. Chapter 2: Getting to Know the Storag e Link. Disk 1 Connect your USB hard drive here. Flash drives will not be recognized. Reset Button This button has 2 functions:. The IP Address will be set to the default value of If the Network Storage Link's password is lost, press and hold this button for The password will then be set to the default value of "admin", and the.
Po w e r Connect the power adap ter here. Importan t: Resetting the Network Storage Link will erase all of your. Do not reset the. Network Storage Link if you want to retain the settings. Figure : Back P anel. This is the Storage Link. When this test has completed, the LED will appear solid green. An Amber. LED indicates an error with the Storage Link.
Network Storage Link for USB 2.0 Disk Drives
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Linksys NSLU2 User Manual
The device runs a modified version of Linux and by default, formats hard disks with the ext3 filesystem, but a firmware upgrade from Linksys adds the ability to use NTFS and FAT32 formatted drives with the device for better Windows compatibility. The device has a web interface from which the various advanced features can be configured, including user and group permissions and networking options. The device has two USB 2. Later models circa. The NSLU2 is fanless, making it completely silent. Stock, the device runs a customised version of Linux.
Cisco Linksys NSLU2 User Manual
Linksys NSLU2 User Manual