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1. Place an external hard drive or some other storage device (eg USB Stick) to the USB port of the router.
2. Make sure you are connected to the router (wirelessly or via Ethernet cable).
3. Open a browser of your choice and type 192.168.1.254 in the address bar to enter the router's management interface.
4. If you haven’t changed your access credentials, type “admin” for username and again “admin” for password.
Otherwise, type your own access credentials and then click on “Σύνδεση”.
Don’t forget to replace the default username and password to the router’s management page with those of your choice: Choose successively, Administration -> System, fill in the Router Login Name, New Password and Retype New Password fields and then press “Apply” to save the change.
At the left menu in the “Advanced Settings” tab select “WAN”.
5. Then select the tab “DNS” tab located at the top menu.
6. Choose “Yes” in the “Enable the DDNS client” field and in the “Host Name” field type the Host Name of your choice. The Host Name in the MyHostName.asuscomm.com format will be your personal URL (address) that you can type into any browser to access your Cloud anywhere.
Click on “Apply” to save your settings. You will receive a confirmation message of your personal URL-address successful register. Click OK to continue.
If you didn’t receive the confirmation message, you need to select a different Host Name, because the Host Name you chose, has already been registered to another user.
In case you face the below screen
contact WINDs Customer Care at 1212 and ask to activate the network settings for the Home Centers. Upon activation, restart the router and proceed from the beginning.
7. At the left menu, in the “General” tab select “AiCloud”. The AiCloud settings page comes up. In the “Cloud Disk” field, select “ON”.
You just activated your personal cloud to access your files anywhere, via computer, tablet or smartphone. For seamless operation of your cloud, your equipment should always be kept switched on and connected to the Internet.
You can connect to your cloud from any device (PC, tablet or smartphone) which is connected or not to your router (via WiFi or Ethernet).
Once connected wirelessly to the router, get in the Google Play or in another app store of your choice, search for the ASUS AiCloud application and then install it.
Now you can access your files using the application even if you're not wirelessly connected to the ASUS DSL N-14U router.
To share your files from your computer, smartphone or tablet, you have to create a unique link, with which you can share these files.
Click on “Share link to” to share your files through a social media channel or click on “Generate share link” to create a share link.
If you want to set the interval in which the share link will be kept active, pick a date in the “Expiration Date” field.
Alternatively, you can type into a browser the address https://MyHostName.asuscomm.com to connect to the cloud and share your files.
To connect to a wireless network in Windows 10:
1. Open the available connections window by clicking the network icon in the notification area to the bottom right of the screen.
2. Your computer will be displayed in the list of available Wi-Fi networks.
3. Choose the wireless network with "WIND WiFi ########" name format and press "Connect Automatically" to connect automatically each time.
Note: The network name is printed on a sticker at the bottom of the Router. If you have changed the network name, in the wireless networks list, select the network with the name you have chosen.
4. Type the password for the Wi-Fi network and press OK. If you click "OK" and no action takes place, check if you have typed correctly the password.
5. Once connected to the Wi-Fi network, a label named "Connected" will appear under the network name.
1. Open Google Chrome and click on the menu in the top right corner. Then, select "Settings".
2. In section "On startup" select which page or pages appear when you enter Chrome.
3. Under "Appearance" press the "Change" link to choose the home page when you enter Chrome: it may be a new blank tab, or a page you have chosen.
4. In the Search section set the default search engine that you use every time you search information on the Internet.
5. Under Default browser you can set Google Chrome as your default browser by clicking on "Make Google Chrome my default browser". If you do not see the button, Chrome is already the default browser.
6. Click "Show advanced settings" and then "Privacy" to choose the privacy settings for which, information will be sent to Google. To define how Chrome handles cookies, images and additions, click on "Content settings".
7. Under "Passwords and forms" in "Offer to save your web passwords" link you can choose if you want Chrome to save passwords and manage passwords that Chrome has already saved.
1. Get into the "Settings" menu of your device.
2. Locate the "Wifi" section.
3. The list of available connections will appear.
4. Choose the desired connection and then press the arrow in the right side.
5. Choose how to configure IP settings
5.1 Using DHCP: Automatic settings configuration (recommended)
5.2 Using BootP: Set IP via BootP protocoll
5.3. Static: Exclusively manual IP settings configuration
1. Open the Google Chrome menu on the top right hand side and click on "Settings".
2. At the end of the Settings page select "Show Advanced Settings…"
3. Under "Network", select "Change Proxy Settings". A new window entitled "Internet Settings" will pop up.
4. On the new window, select "LAN Settings".
5. Deselect "Use a proxy server for your LAN".
If you intent to set up a new proxy server, follow the steps described above and at the end fill in the server’s IP address alongside the corresponding port number in the ‘Address’ field. In case of systems belonging to the same sub-network, select "Bypass proxy server for local addresses".
1. Open up the browser of your choice and type in 192.168.1.254 in the address field in order to connect to your router’s graphical user interface.
2. Type your Username and Password.
3. Navigate to the "Virtual Server/Port Forwarding" tab at the top of page.
4. Afterwards, select "WAN" under the "Advanced Settings" menu on your left hand side
5. Select the "Yes" option next to the "Enable Port Forwarding" field
6. At the end of the page the port forwarding table appears. Fill in the appropriate fields accordingly depending on the requirements of the program you are running and the port, or range of ports, you are willing to open. Afterwards, click "Apply".
6.1. In the Service Name field, type in the name of the application for which you want to enable port forwarding
6.2. In the Source IP field, type in the IP address of the sender
6.3. In the Port Range field, type in the port, or range of ports (in the form of "x:y" for a range of ports or "x, y, …, z for discrete number of ports), you want to open for the specified application
6.4. In the Local IP field, type in the IP address of the local device, for which you wish to enable port forwarding
6.5. In the Local Port field, type in the port of the local machine, which the application is going to listen to. Keep this field blank in order to use the port range specified above
6.6. In the Protocol field, select the communication protocol used by the application. In most of the cases, the "TCP" protocol is used. If you are not certain, select "BOTH".
7. After you have successfully completed your input, make sure the table fields contain no errors and verify your changes by clicking "Apply". You can remove the entries at any time by hitting the "Delete" button.
You can locate your connection's open ports at http://www.yougetsignal.com/tools/open-ports/
1. Open Outlook and click on "Account Settings" under the File menu:
2. Select ‘New’.
3. Select "Manually configure server settings or additional server types" and hit "Next".
4. Select "Internet E-mail" and hit "Next".
5. Type in the E-mail Address (in the form of firstname.lastname@example.org), the incoming/outgoing mail servers (mail.windtools.gr), and password. Afterwards, click on "More Settings…".
6. In the "Advanced" tab, type in the port numbers of the incoming/outgoing servers (Incoming server POP3: 995, Outgoing server SMTP: 587), select the kind of cryptography, TLS (recommended) or SSL and click "OK".
7. Hit "Next" and then "Finish" on the new window.