Linksys Wireless Router :: Cannot Access USB Storage On WRT610N From Computer

Mar 4, 2012

I am uable to access my files on the USB Storage Device connected to WRT610. Its configured properly. I can see the drive on my network. When I double click it asks for password which I enter and it takes me to the shared folder. But when I click it it says Not Accessible....You donot have the persmission. FTP works fine.I have noticed that on the disk page in the Shared Folder Area when you click on the Summary, the box with Groups With Access is Empty. Whereas on the FTP area in the same summary it clearly mentions the admin group.I have tried every thing including factory reset, hard reset, using new group, new user name etc..The technician from Linsys even spent an hour on my computer and ultimately he gave up and gave me number to contact technical support.

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Jul 1, 2011

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Mar 26, 2012

I am using Window 7 and the WRT610N router.  I got a bufflao 1 TB USB harddisk connected to the router.My PC can access to the Harddisk.  However, but my pc showing the USB harddisk is full.  I checked, there are less than 200GB file on the disk.  why is that?

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Mar 11, 2009

On my network I have a wired PC running Vista Ultimate, a wireless g notebook running XP Pro, a wired PABT box for VOIP, an iPhone, a wireless g Mediagate MG350HD media extender connected to the TV in the lounge (about 10 metres away through 3 wooden walls) and I have a usb hard drive connected to the WRT610N router.I have only switched on the 2.4 band on the router - 5.0 band requires the client to have wireless N anyway, so since I have no wireless N devices it's no use right now?To manage my network I use Network Magic.
Problem #1.   My Mediagate MG350HD keeps dropping it's connection to the network. I have tried using DHCP and a static ip for it but it still drops. The only solution I've found is toremove the blanked-out Mediagate from the network map in Network Magic, reboot the router, click 'search for new devices' in Network Magic and MOST times it will redetect and reconnect the Mediagate.
Problem #2. Trying to configure the network storage device (my USB hardrive) is a pain in the arse.In the routers storage tab I cannot make sense of the folder creation. All I want to do is share specific folders and all their contents on the network. Every time I go to assign access rights and click the groups over into the access granted column and hit 'save' it puts them straight back in the access denied column. Does this have something to with permissions on my PC? When I go into Network and Sharing Centre it now displays 'Network Storage', when I click into it 3 networked folders appear, when I try to set permissions on these folders I hit apply and the boxes I've just ticked blank-out again. The folder marked 'Network Hard Drive' (the one I set-up using the storage tab in the router) does not display the subfolders and the actual movies stored on them. When I try to change the persmissions on the using my PC, different folders, eg Movies, TV etc... I get the same blanking out of the tickboxes on 'apply'.Is there a step-by step graphical instruction I can follow other than the PDF that came on the disk with the router.

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Mar 25, 2012

I have a 1 TB external drive plugged into my WRT610 and want to access the drive from both Mac and PC. I recently upgraded the Mac to Lion and they no longer enable Time Machine to back-up to a network attached drive (Ugh!). I thought a simple work around would be to clone the drive, but the FAT file format does not allow a file size greater than 4 GB. So I seem stuck.Can the router be configured to enable exFat file format for storage? I have the back-up drive in an obsecure location (this is why I want to access the drive over the network) and would hate to relocate the drive to a more visible location.

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Mar 10, 2011

I'm trying to share all of my Itunes media (music, movies, apps, etc.) between three PC's.  I have created a share of the entire hard drive which I have mapped on all three computers.  Basic connectivity seems to be working fine.  From each computer, I am able to read and write to the disk.  In Itunes however, I created a library including everything I want to share, but Itunes is unable to save the library.When I check security options on the hard drive, I see that it is owned by an unknown user and I am unable to change ownership of the drive. The owner is listed as "Account Unknown S-1-5-21 plus a long string of numbers) I think that if I can take ownership of the drive, I can get iTunes to save the library. how I can change the account ownership of the storage drive? Trying to change ownership properties, I get an access denied message.When the drive is connected to a PC via USB, I am able to change its ownership, but it reverts back to the Account Unknown owner when connected to the router. All three computers are running Windows 7 64bit.

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Dec 30, 2008

I just got the WRT610N and I really like it so far, I'm playing with the NAS option and I can't get it to create any new users or groups. I click on the link, fill out the form and click on 'modify user' (The set-up guide has a button there for 'save settings') and nothing gets created. I tried this several times and there are no new groups or users. I checked the file and there is no additional users or groups there either. I think I can edit that file but I'm not too sure what these last 2 lines mean
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Feb 27, 2013

I have a WRT610N v2 with current firmware.  The hard drive is a Western Digital Elements formatted to NTFS and already has music and photos so that other computers in the house can view them. This setup was done awhile back, maybe even a year ago.
Anyway, I can map the network drive and see everything there, but then after awhile (minutes - maybe 10) of idle time, the network drive can't be accessed by any computer, either as the mapped drive (W or by clicking the WRT610N in the network tree. It's like it goes to sleep and can't be awakened by activity.
I have searched the forums here and at WD but haven't found a solution or even this exact problem.  I did find a utility on the WD site that is supposed to fix/eliminate the short idle time, but it didn't seem to work.

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Jul 17, 2011

I have my WRT350N setup.  all computers within my LAN can access my usb storage device.   I can not access my usb storage device using a computer outside my LAN.
if you log on to it will ask you for user id and pass word to log into my router.
if you try to log on to it wont even connect asking you for a user id and password.
my guess is the router is not allowing port 21 to be accessed, but I'm not sure.

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Apr 10, 2013

Just got my Linksys EA4500 router today.The only confusing thing, not not well explained by Linksys . Is the USB storage set up.One thing (very important) Linksys has failed to explain how to gain access to the USB storage once connected to the router. Once the USB storage drive it set up. Or at least I think it's set up. Nothing shows up on my network page. So how am I to get access to the drive? If it don't show up?I need to know how to gain access to the USB storage drive that is connected to the Linksys router.

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Apr 15, 2012

What do I have to do to be able to access the USB drive I plugged into my WRT610N from anywhere, on any computer?
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Jan 29, 2011

I have been having issues with my home network since upgrading my router from a WRT54GS to an E4200.  Prior to this I had no difficulty in accessing my home group or my home network.  I have 2 laptops, both are running Windows 7 Ultimate, one is x64 and one is x32. 
Laptop 1 (x-64) can access my home network in all its glory ONLY wirelessly...plug in the Ethernet cable and I can't access laptop 2 or my network storage...Laptop 1 is also unable to join my homegroup even after deleting the old one and creating a new one.
Laptop 2 (x-32) can access my home network in most of its glory ONLY wired...unplug the Ethernet cable and I can't access my network storage and it becomes unavailable to Laptop 1 over the network.  Laptop 2 is also not able to connect to Laptop 1 even though Laptop 1 can (sometimes) access files from Laptop 2's shared folders.
Also Laptop 2 cannot see a home group created by Laptop 1, but can create a homegroup that Laptop 1 can see but CAN'T join.I have run all the trouble shooters that the system throws at me to no avail, they all say that I have an unknown network error that it can't fix.I do have internet access on both laptops regardless of wired or wireless, and I spent over 2 hours with Cisco "senior"  tech support only to be disconnected and realize that they had no clue about this new router..

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Jan 29, 2013

I just bought an e4200 with firmware version 2.0.36 from Costco.I have set it up manually and have access to the internet for all of my wired and wireless devices.Unfortunately, I cannot access the USB storage via mounting a share, the media server or the FTP server.  I have plugged in a USB storage device that is formatted with FAT32.  The router detects it and allows me to create new shares in the Storage->Disk menu and Storage->Media Server menu - so I know it can read the device and see the folders.  Strangely if I click "Scan All" in the Media Server, it finishes very quickly and never updates the "Last scanning time" field.There was a brief moment when the router showed up in the Network->Computer section of File Explorer, but I can't get it to show here again.

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Nov 26, 2011

I have the following network configuration. Linksys E4200 is a main router which connects directly to internet. I have also a couple of WET610 bridges. One of them sends internet through WAP610 (linksys access point - works fine). Another one is still free, so I would like to share internet from the second WET610 through my WRT610n router. I tried to use the same setting as people recommended for direct cable connection of two routers (WRT610n WAN -> main router's LAN; DHCP and NAT on WRT610 turned off, WRT610's IP differs from the main router's IP), but it doesn't work in my case (WRT610n WAN -> WET610 -> wireless -> E4200). Unfortunately WRT610 doesn't see DHCP (so no one of clients receives proper IP, I can't reach my network if I connect to WRT610, I can't reach WRT610 from my network).

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Sep 14, 2011

I want to set up access restrictions to one MAC address (my kid's machine) basing on week days. From Su to Th allow less access time while during Fr-Sa afternoons access time should be longer. The question is how to program it in router. I know I can set rules with "allow" and "disable" keyword, but I don't know rules preference. When I set (Su-Th 6-21) allowed access time then router automatically denies defined machine internet access outside this time range. The problem is in the power of thus calculated denying time. I want to allow more access time in weekend, so I hoped if I can simply add "Fr-Sa 6-22:30 allowed access time" rule. I hoped that router will regard explicitly set time over inexplicitly set  time but it appears it is not so. What are their preferences/priorieties, iis it possible to stack more rules affecting one MAC address or it is so simple that the first rule "rulez"? Is it possible to set more than one time rule affecting the one machine?

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Jan 9, 2011

The Internet Access Policy feature of my WRT610N router doesn't appear to work, at all, zip, nothing, nada. I have setup the feature todeny access to one of my laptops for everyday 24 hours a day, but it can still use the net...

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Linksys Wireless Router :: WRT610N Network Connected - No Internet Access

Jul 8, 2011

My main pc is running Windows 7. It is also running MS Windows firewall and anti-virus. It connects fine to the internet via an ethernet connection to the WRT610N.
I am trying to access the internet wirelessly from another pc running Windows XP. The wireless pc indicates it is connected to the network with excellent signal strength. It will not connect to the internet. I can successfully ping the router but it is unsuccessful when pinging an internet address.
An additional wireless pc (WinXP) and my phone (Android) also show connected to the network but will not connect to the internet.
These wireless computers used to be able to access the internet before we moved house. They only thing I think that has changed is the addition of Windows firewall and anti-virus. It may however be something else.

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Mar 11, 2012

I entered some QoS settings and now when I load the QoS page I get this Javascript error message in Firefox.Error: missing ) after argument list Source File: [URL]. Line: 100, Column: 47 Source Code: QosList[0] = new QosEntry('0','3','0','Kathy's Mac','3', infor);

Basically, the Javascript chokes on any computer name that you enter that has an apostrophe in it. As a result, I don't have access to add or edit any settings on that page. Seems like a major rookie mistake, especially for a major network device manufacture.

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Feb 22, 2012

I'm unable to access the  web setup screen from 4 different windows machines running IE 9 or Firefox (various combinations of wireless, wired, etc.). When I get to the certificate error and hit the "yes, i understand, continue", it comes back with a 'can't be reached' page and looking into the details says the 'connection was dropped'.  However If I connect from a MacBook / safari, I'm able to reach the page fine (and admin the router).
Using a wrt610n.I am connected to the router, the ip address hasn't changed, the password hasn't changed.I can use the router & connect to the internet.I have the router set to require HTTPS, but switching it to allow HTTP doesn't work. Both Wired & Wireless Win 7 / IE9 machines can't connect.Tried setting the router ip address to 'trusted' zone in IE. Tried setting the router ip address to the 'compatibility' mode in IE. Tried using latest version of Firefox with the same results.

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Jan 14, 2011

Have an Actiontec GT704 feeding DSL into a BEFSR41 which is connected to a WRT610N. Can access internet, modem and wired router from desktop. Can access wireless router from laptop. Cannot access internet from laptop or wireless router from desktop. Changed ip address for wireless router to so no conflict with modem or wired router.

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Aug 23, 2011

I cannot access the WRT610n setup/management pages wirelessly from my Macbook using safari.  I can access the router via wireless from iPhone and PC and I can access it from the Macbook via ethernet cable.  
When I try to access the router from the Macbook I just get "Contacting..." in the  Safari status line and eventually it times out.
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I have set up access restriction times for my son (we have wireless access for all systems).  I use the MAC address on his systems. Xbox, Kindle Fire and his Laptop. The MAC address are Correct. Here is the problem:
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Aug 21, 2012

When I connect my WD My Book Essential 3TB (which is listed as officially compatible with the E4200), I get the following screen:
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