[This is part of the Buffalo Linkstation Pro Duo NAS Configuration article.]
The Shared Folders Configuration page has two sub-menus:
Shared Folders Setup, and,
1) Shared Folders Setup
In this page, you will see a list of existing shared folders and a brief description of each. You can also “add” or “delete” shared folders using the buttons at the . . . → Read More: Buffalo Linkstation Pro Duo NAS – Configuration: Shared Folders
Do you have a webserver or some other application that is running on your home network that you want to access from outside? This is fairly easy to enable on a typical home router.
On a Linksys router, look under “Applications and Gaming.” Let’s say you have an application called PhotoShare running on a PC or a . . . → Read More: Linksys Router: Enabling Application Ports
Pictures Are Worth Thousands Of Megabytes
With the ever dropping prices of digital cameras — you can get several 8-10 megapixel compact cameras for $100-200 today — everyone is shutter-happy these days. Anyone who has had a digital camera for a year or more will most likely have several gigabytes worth of pictures. How do you . . . → Read More: Ways To Share Your Pictures, Videos, etc. – Pros and Cons
I have been using my Buffalo NAS Box mainly as a network fileserver and a repository for backups so far. I tried the Web Access feature today, and it works quite nicely.
This feature allows you to access any assigned share on your disk through a web service. For example, you can create a share called . . . → Read More: Buffalo LinkStation Pro Duo NAS – Web Access
In this article, we look at some of the administration and configuration features of the Buffalo LinkStation Pro Duo NAS.
In your web-browser, enter the IP address of your Buffalo Linkstation, e.g 10.1.5.5. You should see a login page. Enter your administrator login name and the password.
This is the first page that you see when . . . → Read More: Article: Buffalo LinkStation Pro Duo NAS – Administration
I have been using the Norton Ghost 9.0 for a couple of years now. When I started using it, I used to connect an external USB harddisk to my PCs and backup frequently. In some cases, I tried backing up data from one PC to a shared drive on another PC (see Strategies For Backing Up . . . → Read More: Backing Up Data With Norton Ghost On A NAS Disk
[Continued from Managing Data On Your Home Computers.]
In this article, we look at some possible strategies to backup data on your home computers.
1. Same PC, same harddisk, backup data from one partition to another.
This gives you protection against some kinds of harddisk problems where the data on one partition goes bad, while others are intact. However, . . . → Read More: Strategies For Backing Up Your Computer Data
Do you have a lot of critical data on your home computers that you would like to backup regularly? Do you wish that all your data was in one place and accessible from all PCs in your home? Are you struggling with multiple copies of your photos and videos?
A network-attached-storage box (NAS) like the Buffalo LinkStation . . . → Read More: Review: Buffalo LinkStation Pro Duo NAS