USB Device Settings for the AirTies Air5452Router Sceenshot
Please wait while page is loaded! USB DEVICES Your AirTies device supports the USB Host controller function. You can easily plug in USB devices into your AirTies gateway, and share it over the network with other computers and people. Your AirTies gateway device supports most common USB printers. You can connect one printer to your device via the USB port. You can check this link for the USB supported printers. Your AirTies device supports the USB Host controller function. You can easily plug in USB devices into your AirTies gateway, and share it over the network with other computers and people. On this page, you can see the status of your USB devices and set up the basic properties of these devices. More information ... Your AirTies gateway device supports most common USB storage devices, and USB printer. You can connect up to a maximum of 1 USB storage devices and 1 USB printer at the same time via a USB hub. For USB storage devices, FAT, FAT32, and NTFS file systems are currently supported. First four partitions on your USB disk are supported and will be displayed on this page. 3 user/computer in total can connect to the file server at the same time. You can check this link for the USB supported devices. USB Storage Media Status File System Size Free Space Connected Users Disk Partition Led Descriptions ... USB LED on your device will blink when a connected disk is being activated or being deactivated/ejected. When the disk is activated, the LED turns on solid. If both the power LED and the USB LED is blinking at the same time, there is a problem with one or more of the disks attached to your gateway. Once your USB storage media is ready and is also activated with share permissions on your AirTies gateway device, shared disks/partitions can be accessed from the links shown below: Details ... You can setup your file server step-by-step using the AirTies Utility Program provided, and you can easily access your files and view the status of your disks. \\< Hostname of the gateway > Ex : \\ Air5452 : (It is only compatible with Internet Explorer) Displays all shared disks/partitions on the gateway. Click NOTE: if you have any problem for reaching your USB device, please ensure adding “192.168.2.1” address to “Trusted sites” in your browser. ( In your browser, follow “Tools”-> “Internet options”-> “Security” -> “Trusted sites” -> “Sites”) Access methods to the file server and the disks / disk partitions are as below: 1-File Server: \\<Hostname>, i.e. \\%workgroup% on Windows Explorer or Browser, 2-Specific Partition on a specific disk: \\ \ , i.e. \\%workgroup%\Disk1_Part1 on Windows Explorer or Browser. 3-Above locations can be accessed via the Network Neighborhood on Windows operating systems. 4-If you use the AirTies Utility Program to setup the Disk Server and map drive letters to your share, then you can also access the disks and its partitions via the mapped drives in My Computer on Windows operating systems by clicking on the appropriate drive.” USB Printer(s) Model Name Description USB LED on your device will be ON when a printer is connected. Detailed settings ... Your AirTies gateway device supports Raw printer protocol that allows you to share a printer on your network. In order to use the print server functionality, the printer should be defined on your operating system. The connection port of the printer should be Standard TCP/IP Port , the protocol should be selected as Raw , and the Port Number should be 9100 . Please refer to your User Manual for further information and setup details. You can automatically setup your printer and port settings by using the AirTies Utility Program provided. You can as well setup your printer manually by watching the visual animation on your CD and AirTies utility program. ATTENTION: Never physically disconnect a storage media without safely removing it. ... You should click on the EJECT button on the above table for the appropriate disk in order to safely remove your attached storage device. Once the device can be safely removed, you will be notified with a message on the status table. When the EJECT button is clicked in order to safely remove the USB storage media, the USB LED will keep blinking until the device is ready to be removed. AirTies cannot be held responsible for data losses and storage media damages if the above procedure is not followed.