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Topic # 109608 24-Sep-2012 09:22
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Hi there

Have got the new modem Netcomm Wireless N300 NB304N from my ISP Kinect and I have a new External Hardrive which I can use to plug into the modem and computers on the network can share and save files using wifi and ENet. 

Trouble: The Manual and Online help will not tell me how to access the external drive on the network there is no set address? There is a user account set up but no specific access to the drive to get the content.

Any Help will be appreciated very much

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  Reply # 723789 27-Nov-2012 18:41
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I have this modem, and it's a bit technical to setup.

The section below will help you:

NB604n - USB Storage Setup Guide (PDF)

http://support.netcommwireless.com/product/xdsl/nb604n

I've also set this up to use on my new fibre, using port 1 to connect to the fibre connection despite being told I would need to spend $140 for a new one.

Hope this helps.

Kari

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