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DescriptionAccess Method
Enabled by default. You can type \\readyshare to access the storage device within
your network. If you change the name in the Network/Device Name field from
readyshare to another name, the link changes accordingly.
Network Connection
Enabled by default.You can type http://readyshare.routerlogin.net/shares to access
the USB device within your network and download or upload files. In this URL,
readyshare is the name that is specified in the Network/Device Name field. If you
change the name in the Network/Device Name field from readyshare to another
name, the link changes accordingly.
You can also click the link that is shown in the Link column. The fixed port is number
is 80.
HTTP
Disabled by default. If you enable this feature, remote users can type https://<public
IP address>/shares to access the USB device over the Internet. <public IP address>
is the external or public IP address that is assigned to the modem router (for example,
1.1.10.102).
This feature supports file uploading only. The default port is number 443, which you
can change.
HTTPS (via internet)
Enabled by default.You can type ftp://readyshare.routerlogin.net/shares to access
the USB device within your network and download or upload files. In this URL,
readyshare is the name that is specified in the Network/Device Name field. If you
change the name in the Network/Device Name field from readyshare to another
name, the link changes accordingly.
You can also click the link that is shown in the Link column. The fixed port is number
is 21.
FTP
Disabled by default. If you enable this feature, remote users can type ftp://<public IP
address>/shares to access the USB device over the Internet and download or upload
files. <public IP address> is the external or public IP address that is assigned to the
modem router (for example, 1.1.10.102).
The default port is number 21, which you can change.
If you set up Dynamic DNS (see Set Up and Manage Dynamic DNS on page 128),
you can also type a URL domain name. For example, if your domain name is MyName
and you use the NETGEAR DDNS server, you can type
ftp://MyName.mynetgear.com to access the USB device over the Internet and
download or upload files.
FTP (via internet)
9. Click the Apply button.
Your settings are saved.
Enable FTP Access Within Your Network
File Transfer Protocol (FTP) lets you download (receive) and upload (send) large files faster.
For information about using FTP to access a storage device over the Internet, see
Manage Dynamic DNS and Access Storage Devices Through the Internet on page
127.
Note
Share a Storage Device
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Nighthawk AC1900 WiFi VDSL/ADSL Modem Router Model D7000v2
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