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When you connect the USB storage device to the access point/router’s port, it might
take up to two minutes before it is ready for sharing. By default, the USB storage
device is available to all computers and mobile devices on the access point/router
network.
3. On a Mac that is connected to the network, select Go > Connect to Server.
The Connect to Server window opens.
4. In the Server Address field, enter smb://readyshare.
5. When prompted, select the Guest radio button.
If you set up access control on the access point/router and you allowed your Mac to
access the access point/router network, select the Registered User radio button
and enter admin. The password for admin is the same password that you use for
local login to the access point/router. If you did not yet change the default password
for local login, enter admin as the user name and password as the password.
6. Click the Connect button.
A window automatically opens and displays the files and folders on the USB storage
device.
Map a USB storage device to a Windows
network drive
To map the USB storage device that is connected to the access point/router to a
Windows network drive:
1. Connect a USB storage device to a USB port on your access point/router.
2. If your USB storage device uses a power supply, connect it.
You must use the power supply when you connect the USB storage device to the
access point/router.
When you connect the USB storage device to the access point/router’s port, it might
take up to two minutes before it is ready for sharing. By default, the USB storage
device is available to all computers and mobile devices on the access point/router
network.
3. Select Start > Run.
4. Enter \\readyshare in the dialog box.
5. Click the OK button.
A window automatically opens and displays the USB storage device.
User Manual169Share a USB Storage Device
Attached to the Access
Point/Router
AC2000 802.11ac Wireless Access Point/Router WAC124
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