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Aspiring Expert
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Re: Smart Hub 2 on FTTP

What exactly would you use the USB connection for on the Smart hub 2? 

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Re: Smart Hub 2 on FTTP

Media server/network drive

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Re: Smart Hub 2 on FTTP

@NigelB72

Is that similar to a VPN? 

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Re: Smart Hub 2 on FTTP

no

for say storing music/films/tv series and making it accessible to devices on your internal network



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Re: Smart Hub 2 on FTTP

Nope.. you can put music/films etc on a USB stick or USB harddrive and share the files all round your house to compatible devices via your WiFi network. 

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Aspiring Expert
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Re: Smart Hub 2 on FTTP

Ah ok, thanks. 😊
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Re: Smart Hub 2 on FTTP

No worries

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@NigelB72

So would other devices that are connected to the smarthub see the USB drive on their phone under the WiFi settings for that particular hub? 

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Re: Smart Hub 2 on FTTP

I'm just trying to find out where they would go on their phone device to enable them to see any such drive connected to that USB port.
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Re: Smart Hub 2 on FTTP

Do I need to add the network manually under WiFi settings or would it show automatically once connected? 

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