Netgear's ReadyNAS server hosts files for others to access remotely. It connects to the Internet to allow you to host things such as websites, music files, video, and games. If you are out of the IT department, however, and you need to access the content of the ReadyNAS server, you can connect to the server and its files from the web browser of any Internet-accessible computer.
- Skill level:
- Moderately Easy
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Open a web browser on the computer, type in the IP address associated with the ReadyNAS server, then press "Enter."
Enter your username and password for the server at the prompt, then click "OK."
Click through the folders on the list that appears; look for your media within them.
Click on the media you want to download or stream it.
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