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3.1.3 Monitoring your USB device

The ASUS wireless router provides two USB ports for connecting

USB devices or USB printer to allow you to share files and printer with clients in your network.


• To use this feature, you need to plug a USB storage device, such as a USB hard disk or USB flash drive, to the USB 3.0/2.0 ports on the rear panel of your wireless router. Ensure that the USB storage device is formatted and partitioned properly. Refer to the Plug-n-Share Disk Support List at http://

• The USB ports support two USB drives or one printer and one USB drive at the same time.



IMPORTANT! You first need to create a share account and its permission

/access rights to allow other network clients to access the USB device via an

FTP site/third-party FTP client utility, Servers Center, Samba, or AiCloud. For more details, refer to the section 3.5 Using the USB Application and 3.6 Using

AiCloud in this user manual.

To monitor your USB device:

1. From the navigation panel, go to General > Network Map.

2. On the Network Map screen, select the USB Disk Status icon to display your USB device’s information.

3. On the AiDisk Wizard field, click GO to set up an FTP server for

Internet file sharing.


• For more details, refer to the section 3.5.2 Using Servers Center in this user manual.

• The wireless router works with most USB HDDs/Flash disks (up to 4TB size) and supports read-write access for FAT16, FAT32, NTFS, and HFS+.

Safely removing the USB disk

IMPORTANT: Incorrect removal of the USB disk may cause data corruption.

To safely remove the USB disk:

1. From the navigation panel, go to General > Network Map.

2. In the upper right corner, click > Eject USB disk. When the USB disk is ejected successfully, the USB status shows




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