Oct 22

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

1. Enter the NAS web configuration


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”


Aug 04

To change the management  IP address of your 6000 series SAN storage box, plese follow the steps below:

Step 1. Open your browser and type the IP address of your Storage Box ( is the default SAN IP address)

Step 2. Enter the default username “admin” and password ( “123456” is the default password to login into the SAN)

Step 3. Click on System Configuration


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Mar 19

Before you begin: Insert your USB Flash Drive into your router and check the storage status: From the network map on the main page, click the USB Device icon to display the storage status. The information displayed here should reflect the characteristics of the USB drive plugged into the USB port.


Smartphone Setup


Step 1: Download the mydlink SharePort app to your smartphone or tablet from the App Store or Google Play. You can find the app using the search term “mydlink SharePort”. Once the installation is complete, launch the app by clicking on the “mydlink SharePort” icon.
Step 2: If your device is connected to the same wireless network as your DIR-880L, select the Local Access tab and enter the password for your router’s Administrator account. If you are using any other connection (such as a different wireless network or a mobile broadband connection), select Remote Access, and enter your mydlink username (email address) and password.


Tap Log In to continue.


Step 3: Select the DIR-880L from the list of available devices.


Step 4: You media should now be available. Use the icons to select the media type you wish to browse/play.


Note: The signal indicator at the bottom of the screen will turn green to indicate a direct connection, pink to indicate a relayed connection, and blue to indicate a local connection.


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Mar 19

Step 1: Launch the ShareCenter Easy Search Utility

Step 2: Select your ShareCenter Pro Storage device and click Configuration


Step 3: Select System Administrator

Note: There is no password setup by default


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Mar 19

With firmware version 1.4 or later you can now use the console port and a terminal emulation program to reset the unit-¦s admin account and/or passwords.

There are two scenarios where this comes in handy:

Scenario 1: The controller comes with a default administrator account called “admin” with password “admin”. If you change this password and forget what it is, then you will need to use the console port to change it back to the default (password=admin).

Scenario 2: You may delete the admin account, but only after creating a new admin-equivalent account and password. If you forget the password for this new admin-equivalent account, then you will need to use the console port to change the xStack Storage unit back to the defaults (username=admin, password=admin).

During the boot-up process, while watching the console, there are two points where you can break into the process. It is during the second break point where you can hit any key to have a selection of options including resetting the unit to factory defaults. (You must have physical access to the xStack Storage unit itself to do this.)

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