Solved to make personal cloud on usb drive and router

Belkin N750 db dual band wireless n+ rou...
July 25, 2014 at 10:52:08
Specs: windows 7,8, 4GB
I have belkin n750 dual band gigabit router.I want to couple it with a usb drive or a hard drive to make my own personal cloud which can be accessed from anywhere.There should be an app for auto update if possible.Which is the best freeware or software for the same and how do I do it?
Secondly I want to connect this [belkin n750] router to modem router which is from binatone WIRELESSLY [preferably] !!!
Thanks for your input

gargca


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August 2, 2014 at 04:07:06
I think you posted this is in similar terms recently and the consensus was to use a homeplug solution...?

This was the post in question?

http://tinyurl.com/qbrcarp

Doing it wirelessly requires that "both" routers have the capacity to allow it.

If using either a homeplug solution (and there are some "modules" now that act as wifi extenders...), or an ethernet/cat-5 connection between the two routers is not a viable option then...

This link will give you whole list of possible approaches/solutions.

http://tinyurl.com/plw5beu



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July 25, 2014 at 11:03:52
Before proceeding with this be sure to check with your ISP. Many have terms of service that do not permit you to operate an Internet accessible server.

Also be aware that with most home Internet accounts upload speeds will be much slower than download.

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July 25, 2014 at 12:39:38
Uploads for domestic accounts are typically around a tenth of the download speed...; so any access to your "home made clod" will be slow... (My Sky upload is just that - with 7Mbytes download).

If you have something like a QNAPS NAS system they allow an equivalent as it were; remote access to it from wherever - with tight user/account/access control... And if I recall it's a freebie... WD offer similar but I seem to recall they charge for it (an annual fee)? A basic two drives (mirrored) system from QNAPS isn't a lot these days... I have one (quite an elderly model these days); works like a a charm. Their support is top notch. (I don't have any connection with QNAPS. Just a very satisfied customer who has enjoyed excellent support from them the one occasion it was required; and which was very patiently given.)

What model is the Binatone router;and why the need for "wireless" connection to it rather than cat-5?


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July 25, 2014 at 23:53:17
Binatone model is 150M Wireless N ADSL2+ router and model no. DT 850W.
Wireless connection because I want to keep important data out of the physical reach of the unknown.
Inputs please

gargca


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August 1, 2014 at 22:07:28
my problem is not solved how can I select the best answer

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August 2, 2014 at 04:07:06
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I think you posted this is in similar terms recently and the consensus was to use a homeplug solution...?

This was the post in question?

http://tinyurl.com/qbrcarp

Doing it wirelessly requires that "both" routers have the capacity to allow it.

If using either a homeplug solution (and there are some "modules" now that act as wifi extenders...), or an ethernet/cat-5 connection between the two routers is not a viable option then...

This link will give you whole list of possible approaches/solutions.

http://tinyurl.com/plw5beu


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