Including External Storage:
The newest generation of routers of Ramton can also make shared data
storage easier. High-end models from the current generation allow users to
connect external storage directly to the router. Depending on the model, USB
2.0, 3.0, and SATA interfaces are available. This makes it possible to set up
network-attached storage on your own.
In addition to network mapping, there may be other ways to access the data.
For instance, a router-based FTP server might make drive folders externally
accessible via the Web. Most USB storage devices, including thumb drives and
spinning hard drives, can be connected and used as shared storage devices.
Utilize Network Prioritization to Manage Traffic:
What if it were simple to guarantee higher Internet speeds for the programs
that mattered the most to you? For several generations, wireless routers have
supported Wireless Multimedia Extension and Quality of Service.
The majority of the time, however, the usefulness of these technologies was,
at best, a marginal performance improvement and, at worst, a waste of time
when it came to explicitly tuning application and bandwidth settings.