Share USB Mass Storage or Printer for Each USB Port
BR-6315SRg is a high speed wireless broadband router with two USB 2.0 ports. User can connect the USB mass storage or printer to each USB port. When you connect with the USB mass storage , the device can be a NAS (Network Attached Storage) system allowing user to share files in the storage through internet and intranet . When you connect with the printer , the device can be a print server allowing user to share printer through the network.
Supports BT Download , iTunes and Media Server
Supports Advanced Applications, including BT Download Client, Media Server and iTunes Server. You can download files by BR-6315SRg via BitTorrent protocol, without switching your computer on and you also can assign this BT download with a priority level. If the USB mass storage device you attached to the BR-6315SRg is loaded with media files supported by iTunes, you can use the iTunes server function of this broadband router to let your USB disk become a media server, and you can share these files with other computers or iTunes-compatible media players .
Support File Sharing
BR-6315SRg let user to share files in the attached storage through Windows Neighborhood (or CIFS/Samba) to Windows/Linux/Unix/MAC stations. It also allows user to configure the user authorization for each folder. In addition, with the built-in FTP server, users can access the shared files in the storage via Internet .
Supports LPR , IRP and Raw Printing
BR-6315SRg provides LPR, IPP and Raw printing methods. You can choose the best printing method according to your environment to share your printer.
The NAT/NAPT function lets you share the broadband connection to all the network users (up to 253 users).