How choose which partition of my external drive I use for my network
I just bought a Linksys E3200 router for my network house. The setup was easy and everything work fine... well.. almost everything. I have a Iomega 1To external drive whit 2 partition ; the first one is a mac os extend for my Time Machine backup and the second one is NTSF for sharing my picture and music. I use the cisco connect software for setup my storage whit my external drive but I can't see the NTSF part. I can write/read in my mac partition but I don't want to use that part on my network.
My question is : Can I have 2 partition on my network? If not, how can I choose the partition I wanna use.
PS: I'm sur you notice it but english isnt my first language, sorry if isn't clear.
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