This article is one in a series to assist in the setup, troubleshooting, and maintenance of Cisco Small Business products (formerly Linksys Business Series).
Adding Shares on the NSS2000
Access the web interface of the NSS2000. For instructions on how to access the web interface, click here .
Once logged in, click on Shares > Shares. Click on Create Share under the File Shares section.
Configure the required fields on the New Share section.
Share Name - enter the desired name for the created share.
Location - select from the drop-down menu on which RAID and Volume the share will be saved.
Comment - enter a comment for the created share. This field is optional.
Share Attributes - choose whether the share can be used for Public, Read-Only and DFS Root or all.
CIFS Default File Creation Attributes - choose whether Everyone Readable or Everyone Writable or both.
Options - allows user to delete and rename other users' file and folders
Protocol - choose whether CIFS, NFS, or FTP or all.
On the Share Access Privileges, you can specify the Read or Read/Write access for each user or groups.
Select the user from the Users list and click > on either Read-Only Users or Read-Write Users to choose the access rights for the specified user.
The same configuration applies for the Groups created.
Click OK to add the Share created.
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