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Most configuration is done via the Administration link, which has the very annoying attribute of requiring you to log in every time you click on it!
Fortunately, there’s a work-around via a bug – at least until Linksys fixes it. The Administration log-in work-around requires that you log in successfully once.
Then, each time you again click on the Administration link, just Cancel the log in box that pops up, click on the Go Back link on the page that comes up, then click on manuwl Administration link again and you’ll be back in the NSL’s admin section. This is a little fuzzy in the User Linkyss page For more fun, try entering http: Let me know if you figure out what the Telnet login info is.
Setup & Admin – Disk Setup – Linksys Network Storage Link for USB Disk Drives reviewed
Once you’re logged in, the first thing you’ll want to do – after making security changes as suggested above – is format the USB hard drive you’ve attached to the NSL.
During the format, you get a “Formatting The screen does refresh the status to indicate Formatted when it’s completed, though a little beep or two from nanual NSL’s on-board buzzer would have been nice, too. Figure 3 also shows that you can run a disk error scan immediately, nalu2 schedule one daily or weekly on your chosen day at a programmed time.
Linksys says you need to install a Windows utility which lets you set the flash drive as a Windows mapped drive and “safely” shut it down before you yank it out of the NSL. But I found the utility really linksyz necessary – which is good news for non-Windows users.
This Share also automatically appears in My Network Places or whatever network browser your OS users and as a Location selection on the Share setup page. I did note that the Disk 2 status with a Flash drive installed shows “Not Installed”, which I think should be changed to “Flash Drive Installed” or something similar to show what’s actually happening with that port.
You can’t perform a ScanDisk on a Flash drive either. Construction details Page 3: Backup Bonus Page 8: Performance, Continued Page Subscribe to our newsletter.