The Download Master page allows to initiate new downloads from within the router's web interface without the need for a client, and to interact with jobs already running.
Simply paste in the URL of the download you're after, specify the appropriate protocol (HTTP, FTP or BT) and press Download. All incoming files are stored in the Download folder.
The main advantage of course, is that no computers need to be running to keep the downloads active - the router handles all communication natively.
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- Page 1 [Introduction]
- Page 2 [Specifications]
- Page 3 [Physical Features]
- Page 4 [System Features]
- Page 5 [System Features - Configuration]
- Page 6 [Browse Share]
- Page 7 [Personal Webpage]
- Page 8 [Download Master]
- Page 9 [Setup and Testing]
- Page 10 [Client Utilities]
- Page 11 [Final Thoughts]
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