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D-Link SharePort not for Linux

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Got a D-Link DIR-655 router; it has a USB port on the back, that can be used in 3 modes:

  • Network USB: D-Link SharePort technology to share a hard disk or printer on your network
  • 3G USB Adapter: share your 3G connectivity on your local network
  • WCN Configuration: Windows Connect Now technology to transfer network settings on a USB flash disk

D-Link provides a Windows-only utility to use SharePort, while the actual manufacturer (Silex) also provides a MacOS utility. However (as usual) nothing for Linux…

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Written by azimout

01/11/2009 at 14:44

Posted in Reference

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