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Automatically mount a network drive from a wireless USB adaptor

Here's the plan: I've got a Hi-fi music system that reads music from CDs, iPods, and USBs. All my music is stored on a NAS (ripped from my CDs) The NAS is conneted via Ethernet to my Wifi router ...
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Troubleshooting slow Wi-Fi performance writing to NAS

Setup: a Late 2007 MacBook Pro, running latest OS X 10.6, connects via Wi-Fi access point, ASUS WL-330gE to AFP share on NAS Synology DS508 running under latest DSM 4.0. When doing rsync from the ...
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Two routers with separate access to the Internet in one network

I am not that good at network problems, so I apologize in advance if I am unable to explain the question well enough. I started working at the company which deals with IP cameras and security systems. ...
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Setting up a home network - Will this work?

I'm trying to set up a new home network, this is the setup I am wanting to create; because I have not purchased the switch or NAS yet, I want to know if this will work before hand. This is the ...
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My browser (IE or Chrome) loses wireless internet connection when I connect LAN cable to the port

I have 2 Netgear routers. One is connected to my broadband and works fine using Wifi. The other I have specifically to connect to a WD MybookliveDUO NAS drive via over a wired connection from my PC; ...
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339 views

How to connect 2 routers together, have one for internet connection and the other for the NAS?

I currently have a Netgear WNDR3400v2 and a Comcast Xfinity TC8305C Wireless Cable modem connected together. I have done this for one reason and one alone. To get to my NAS drive connected to the ...
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271 views

Bridge vs router for faster NAS access

My current network configuration comprises two routers, one of which [main] takes care of the wired part of my home network, the other of which [wifi] provides WiFi connectivity. The wired router is ...
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232 views

Can't access IPv6 on OS X 10.9 with IPv6 Pass-Throughout Router

Basic Information Router: Netgear R6300v2, connected to wired network(IPv6 supported) Client 1: MacBook Air 2013-mid(OS X 10.9), connected to router wirelessly Client 2: Synology NAS(DSM 4.3, linux ...
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Patching error on Synology Diskstation

I've applied the following patch to sw.c from rtl80211cu to add the IDs from TL-WN8200ND to the Synology Diskstation source and compiled the kernel module. After insmod rtlwifi, rtl8192c-common and ...
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WD My Book Live NAS - Slow on wifi

Western Digital My Book Live 2TB NAS device - Firmware 02.42.03-027 NAS connected using Cat 5 ethernet cable to a Cisco E2500 router. Machine A - Windows Server 2003 with a wired connection to the ...
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Multiple routers - single subnet

I have a completely unreliable router from my ISP. Its DHCP server stops working, drops wifi connections and completely screws up from time to time. However, it's a custom device that I can not get ...
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298 views

Problems mapping network drive in Windows 8

I recently bought a NAS drive (My Book Live), and it's working great from my iPad, Windows 7 PCs, and OSX, but I have a problem on Windows 8. Each time I map a network drive I'm prompted for a ...
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176 views

Connect to particular wireless hotspot in distributed network?

I have a wireless network in my flat which is provided by two Wi-Fi routers. Router 1: D-Link wireless router connected directly to Internet. Router 2: Synology NAS with built in WiFi router ...
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Copying files from one NAS to another

I've got 2 NAS drives that are connected through a router via Ethernet. If I have a wireless laptop and request a large amount of data to be copied from one NAS drive to the other, does the network ...
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4answers
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Reliable access to Internet but not local network (not DNS or proxy issues)

I'm looking for help with a Vista Home Premium laptop that has trouble accessing any resource on our home network, but accesses the Internet just fine. The set-up is this: The Vista laptop and a ...
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2answers
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Will a gigabit wireless router make my data transfers faster?

Right now I have a BT Voyager 2110 wireless router for the past 6 years or so. I recently bought a new Western Digital NAS but I'm only able to transfer data wirelessly at 2.5 MBps. If I physically ...
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272 views

Can I attach an NAS or external hard drive with ethernet port through ethernet to my wireless N router and access the files on the NAS wirelessly? [closed]

Can I attach an NAS or external hard drive with ethernet port through ethernet to my wireless N router and then access the files on the NAS wirelessly? I am wondering how to set up to access files on ...
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653 views

NAS connectivity setup with wireless router

I am looking forward to buy a NAS device. However I have some issues regarding the network/setup. I get internet from a wireless router, which gets in the house somewhere on a typical ADSL connector, ...
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1answer
174 views

Is there any very easy way to turn a hard drive or computer into an NAS?

I saw projects like FreeNAS, but first of all I couldn't even find the download, and also it looks like I'll need to do a lot of Linux programming and headache to get it working. I need something that ...
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2answers
309 views

Can I use a wireless-N laptop as an NAS for seamless and fast data transfer and access?

I have a nice spare laptop (Dell 15R, one year old) that I was wondering if I could use as an NAS. The laptop has an E-Sata port, and I was wondering if I could set it up and plug in a few hard drives ...
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1answer
573 views

Is it possible to have a wireless in-house NAS with wireless data transfer rates of equivalent to SATA speeds?

Basically I would like to know, if it is possible to set up an NAS in my house to be accessed wirelessly, that can reach equivalent real-life data transfer speeds to USB 3.0 or an internal SATA hard ...
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1answer
441 views

Using Wireless for Internet & Gigabit LAN for NAS?

As my homeplugs are faulty, I have sent them back and while I wait for them to be repaired and sent back to me, I am currently running on Wireless on both of my laptops (MacBook Pro and HP Envy 17). ...
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3answers
573 views

Is there any NAS device with wireless router capability?

Some thing along the line of Apple Time Capsule but with hard drive extension bay(s) and capable of running linux/freenas ?
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Wireless N router, Gigabit NAS, how to get 100mbps Wireless download speed at home? Do not have internet

Okay, so if I have: Wireless N router (capable of 100mbps) which has a 10/100/1000 port and the correct cables NAS External Hard Drive with gigabit connection Laptop with Wireless N card capable of ...
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Is NAS limited to the speed of my internet connection?

If I connect a NAS to the internet, and I have 0.5 Mbps (0.0625MBps) upload speed, it would take years to transfer 1 TB of data. Not exaggerating. I want to take minutes not years to transfer ...
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Wireless Network Slower than expected

I have a Belkin N600 dual band router. On the network typically are my PC, 2 iPhones & 2 PS3's. At times there can be another PC and a couple of laptops. I have configured the router so that the ...
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Improving NAS Performance

I have recently purchased a ReadyNas Duo NAS. It is connected directly to the router via an network cable. The performance is slightly sluggish, and if I stream HD content around the house it's a ...
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2answers
588 views

How to implement a NAS at home?

If I wanted to implement a NAS in my house, on which I could keep all my large files and backups, do I need to be on a domain? Ideally I could just plug this into my wireless router and be able to ...
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1answer
325 views

cant find nas mediaplayer on vista

I have a Icy Box IB MP3010HW media player. I have it on wireless and have it connected to my TP Link WR641G router and can access the radio on the net. The problem i have is Vista SP2 does not see ...
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453 views

Looking for a email program, where the emails can be stored on a network drive

I have several computers in my home, and a I have currently Thunderbird installed on all the computers, so that the mails are stored on a NAS (network attached storage) device. That has worked mostly ...
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Can't connect to network drive by name in Windows 7 - IP Address works though!

I have a network attached drive, plugged into my router. Im connecting to the router from the client pc using WIFI. I'm using Windows 7 - I can see the drive using it's IP address: 192.168.0.197 ...