Windows 10: Unable to Install Software From NAS drive
I'm not 100% sure that this will work. Most of the issues I've experienced have manifested themselves on the PC which is connected to both the NAS drive and the router by RJ45. If memory serves (I'm not at home right now) the router (which is fairly new) will support both 2.4Ghz and 5Ghz wireless connections - I suspect that my iPhone 5C and my wife's iPhone 6 are probably the only two devices in the house that will use wireless and connect on the 5Ghz range.
Retired from the grind
It will. Has nothing to do with how it is hooked up or what connections. It is that WD drive that you are using that runs on Busybox and has a older CPU, along with very little RAM to handle buffering for file transfers. It is fine for a single machine if you plan on using it via USB. It is not that great when you want to use it on a network.
I know that I went in depth with my setup, but that gives you at least something to look at going with your own if you want to make this work. You would be better off getting say a Intel Core 2 Duo machine and setting it up as a NAS, instead of the My book. The drives in the Mybook can be placed into a desktop or another case.
There is information out there on hacking the My Book to make it run better than WD intended it to do.
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