Buffalo TS-W2 NAS Driver
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Buffalo TS-W2 NAS Driver
Choose a drive letter from the Drive: Begin by clicking Go, and then choose Connect to Server.
Page 15 Select Guest and click on Connect. If you have configured share permissions on your LinkStation, select Registered User and enter your login credentials. Select the volume that you want to mount, such as share or share-mac, from the list of folders on the LinkStation.
The share will Buffalo TS-W2 NAS. LinkStation will share connected USB devices, allowing everyone on Buffalo TS-W2 NAS network to use them. Using The Function Button Function Button avi, divx, asf, mpg, mpe, m1v, vob, mts, m2ts, m2t, mpeg, mpeg2, vdr, spts, tp, ts, 3gp, mov, m4v, wmv, dvr-ms, xvid, mp4, m4v, jpg, jpeg, gif, png, tif, tiff, yuv, bmp, mp3, mpa, wma, aac, apl, ac3, lpcm, pcm, wav, m3u, m4a, mp4, m4b, aif, aiff, flac, ogg, mp2, mp1, mp4.
Hold the function button down until the function LED glows blue, and then turns off. From this dialog box you can make several changes.
You can also set the frame size, although in most cases it should be Buffalo TS-W2 NAS at the default. Once you have the settings configured correctly, click OK. You will be asked to go to the new IP address.
Once you get there, go back to the advanced settings and navigate to the network configuration screen. The list should now show the new IP address.
At this point you may need to change the default Buffalo TS-W2 NAS and DNS server settings if the values originally set by the DHCP server are no longer correct. Then take the old drive out of the LinkStation and put the new drive in. Make sure, it the jumper is set to "Master".
Disable any firewall sincluding any built-in Windows firewall If you are running some virus checker or worm detection software, disable this also Make sure the LinkStation and your PC are on the same sub-network. Have Buffalo TS-W2 NAS, and keep your calm.
If you think the Firmware updater is acting strange, do not try to disconnect the LinkStation or abort the update in another way.