I have an HP computer running Windows 7 x64
I have a Cisco E4200 dual band router with a USB 2.0 port for an external storage device that is addressable over my home network.
I currently have a Fantom 2TB external drive that has been setup and running on this USB port. I am able to access it from my W7 desktop, W7 laptop, Samsung TV with internet fob, and a friend’s Apple laptop. All work very well, although not at blazing speed with this external drive, but fast enough to stream movies to my TV.
I purchased an 8TB My Book Duo that I have configured as Raid 1, because I want the duplicity of my file backup.
The My Book Duo works well on my HP computer with USB 2.0 and I have copied and backed up files from my Fantom to the My Book.
However, when I connect the My Book to my router port, I am not able to connect to the drive. The message received is that I have a non-supported device connected to the USB port.
Anyone have any ideas without purchasing a My Cloud Mirror drive?