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Author Topic: Netgear's Readyshare  (Read 102 times)

7ravler

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Netgear's Readyshare
« on: October 16, 2020, 06:42:59 AM »

I have a DCS 930, DCS 2132L and DCS 5009.  I just bought a Netgear r-7800 router. I have a 1TB Western digital Drive attached to the USB port. I cannot get any of my cameras to save to that drive with ReadyShare. The closest I've got is when I test it I get a message saying that folder cannot be created. I have been able to FTP via my web browser and Filezilla but my camera's will not save to that drive. I had no problems with my old Asus router and that 1TB drive. Has anyone here figured out how to set up ReadyShare with these cameras? I do have an old DIR-850 D-Link router. Is there anyway I can hook that into my network and use it for a dedicated FTP storage?
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michaelkenward

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Re: Netgear's Readyshare
« Reply #1 on: October 17, 2020, 07:05:33 AM »

You won't get much help here on how to use ReadyShare. That's a Netgear thing. (And not that capable.)

Try here:

Nighthawk WiFi Routers - NETGEAR Communities
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Re: Netgear's Readyshare
« Reply #2 on: October 17, 2020, 10:04:02 AM »

You can try using D-Links D-View Cam to save video data to a drive.

I have a DCS 930, DCS 2132L and DCS 5009.  I just bought a Netgear r-7800 router. I have a 1TB Western digital Drive attached to the USB port. I cannot get any of my cameras to save to that drive with ReadyShare. The closest I've got is when I test it I get a message saying that folder cannot be created. I have been able to FTP via my web browser and Filezilla but my camera's will not save to that drive. I had no problems with my old Asus router and that 1TB drive. Has anyone here figured out how to set up ReadyShare with these cameras? I do have an old DIR-850 D-Link router. Is there anyway I can hook that into my network and use it for a dedicated FTP storage?
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