Hi. I'm trying to set up a shared network drive on a Telstra Gateway on Windows 10. After half an hour on hold do Telstra that asked my to pay for technical support for their own hardware, which is ridiculous.
Anyway, I have a Telstra Gateway DJA0230. I have a USB drive connected to it. It is detected by the modem. I have both "File Server enabled" and "DLNA enabled" in Content Sharing. I can see a media drive under "Media Devices" in "Network" called "Telstra Gateway" however, I can only play this in media player. I wish instead to set up a network drive.
I have tried various instruction but none work. When I try to map the drive, and click on "Browse" the drive does not appear as an option.
Is there any way to make the drive available as a network drive rather than a media device?
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