Dec 01

Step 1: Open Finder

Step 2: Select Network

Step 3: Select your Workgroup

Step 4: You will find the ShareCenter listed by the devices name. The example shown is “Dns-323“. Select “Dns-323” and click Connect

Step 5: Select the folder you would like to mount (e.g., Volume_1) and click OK

Step 6: You will be prompted for SMB/CIFS File System Authentication. Click OK to authenticate your network drive

Step 7: Your network drive is now mounted. You can access Volume_1 by clicking the Mount icon (\\D-Link DNS-323\Volume_1)

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Jan 13

Step 1: Open the D-Link DNS-321/323/343 web configuration

Step 2: Click ADVANCED then the LLTD tab on the left hand side

Step 3: Click the Enable radio button for LLTD

Step 4: Click Save Settings

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Dec 21

The latest update from Windows 10 disabled SMB v1.0. The D-Link DNS line of NAS devices uses SMB v1.0 and does not support SMB 2.x. You must enable SMB 1.0 in Windows 10 to map a drive and view drive content.

 

To enable SMB 1.0 in Windows 10:

 

Step 1: Go to Control Panel > Programs and Features > Turn Windows features on or off.

 

Step 2: Scroll down to SMB 1.0/CIFS File Sharing Support and check the box.

 

 

Step 3: Click OK.

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Dec 24

If you are having an issue accessing your live video or getting another log in prompt it is due to ports 5150 and 5160 being blocked by a your routers firewall. Please be sure to open these ports in your router firewall via port forwarding or virtual server.

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Oct 22

Create Users, Groups and Folder Sj¡haring in D-Link DNS-320L

1. Enter the NAS web configuration

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2. To Create Network Shares:

• Click on “Network Shares” and then click “New”
• On “Welcome to Network Shares Setup Wizard”, click “Next”
• Here you can select the Volume_x or click on top of Volume_x, click on “New”
• Enter a name for the folder and click accept
• Click inside the box next to the folder you created, then click “Next”
• Select “All Accounts” or Specified User/ Groups
• Assign access rights
• Select “Map Archive” and “Recycle”, then click “Next”
• Select the “Access Modes”, then click “Next”
• Select the FTP Settings, then click “Next”
• Type “*” for “Host” and click inside box for “Write”, then click “Next”
• Select the WebDAV settings and then click “Next”, then “Finish”

3. To Create Users – User Settings:

• Click on “Users / Groups”, and then click “New”
• On “Welcome to the User Setup Wizard”, click “Next”
• Here you can either create; A Single User or Multiple Users, then click “Next”
• Enter details of User and Password, then click on “Next”
• If no groups have been made, you will be presented with “No Group(s) have been added to this NAS”, click on “Next”
• Select the “Network Share Settings” for the Share Name, then click “Next”
• Select the Privileges, then click “Next”
• Select the WebDAV settings, then click “Next”
• Select the Quota Settings (0 value in unlimited), then click on “Next” then “Finish”

4. To Create Groups – Group Settings:

• Click on “Users / Groups”, and then click “New”
• On “Welcome to the Group Setup Wizard”, click “Next”
• Enter a Group Name”, then click “Next”
• Select the User you wish to join to then Group, then click “Next”
• Select the Network Share Settings, then click “Next”
• Assign the Privileges, then click “Next”
• Select the WebDAV settings, then click “Next”
• Select the Quota Settings (0 value in unlimited), then click on “Next”, then “Finish”

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