07-04-2013 09:14 AM
I have bought a seagate GoFlex Home external hard disk of 3 TB and I wonder what is this which connects my computer with it ,wirelessly some days after a format.
Is this a driver or something else?
I connect this external hard disk with an ethernet cable with my modem rooter and some days after I don't need the cable to connect with my modem room and with the external hard disk.
My modem router is the NetGear DGN2200v3 and its latest firmware is V1.1.00.10_1.00.10 and my seagate external hard disk is http://www.seagate.com/gb/en/external-hard-drives/
Could you tell me how I can do it again in the future?
07-04-2013 11:45 AM
The Goflex Home is not a wireless capable device. It only connects to the network with ethernet (cable).
Your Netgear router is a wifi router. If you connect to the network by wifi to the router then any devices on the network also connected to the router can be accessed.
Without wishing to be rude, if you don't understand the basics of home networking, I wonder if a Network Attached Storage was the right choice.