[FAQ ID: 420]How to access my USB Storage device on the TP-LINK wireless routers from my computers(Various OS)?

Suitable for: Archer C2, Archer C20i, Archer C5, Archer C7, Archer C8, Archer C9, TL-WDR3500, TL-WDR3600, TL-WDR4300, TL-WDR4900, TL-WR1042ND, TL-WR1043ND, TL-WR2543ND, TL-WR842ND, TL-WR843ND

The Local storage sharing feature allows you to share a USB storage device that’s connected to the router, (USB Drive or mobile Hard Disk Drive) to other wired or wireless users on the same network. This article illustrates how to access your USB storage device via your computer, which is on the premise that you have already configured the network sharing function on your router. If you don’t know how to do it, please click here to get the specific instruction.
 
You can access the USB Storage by the following steps:
 
For Windows Users:
Press Windows key and R key on the keyboard at the same time to open the Run application,
Input  \\tplinklogin.net or \\192.168.0.1 or \\192.168.1.1in the dialog box.
Click OK
 
For more detailed instruction ,please click:
 
For Mac OS X Users:
On the top tray, go to Go > Connect to Server
 
Input Server Address :
smb://tplinklogin.net 
 
Click Connect
 
 
 
 
 
For Linux Users:
On the top tray, go to Places > Connect to Server
 
Choose Service type Windows share
 
Input Server:
 tplinklogin.net
 
Input the corresponding Folder name e.g. Volume9
 
Click Connect
  
Note:
Some USB storage devices may require using the bundled external power.
 
If you want to setup different accounts for access rights protection, please follow this instruction: