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GIS-R3, is there a way to browse the device like a hard drive?  

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Just looked it up, looks like a pure networking device, without storage capabilities to me.  I suspect you could connect to a NAS device THROUGH it, if you want network storage.
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by:Jack_son_
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ok, i was trying to just see if the files we uploaded were still on it, like the login, etc.  Do you think there is a way to check?
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by:Korbus
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I haven't looked this up to confirm, but network dvices like that usually have a web page that you can logon to.  This is generally how network devices are configured.

You will need to know the device IP address, and punch tht into your computer browser.  You will be prompted for a UN/PW.

Once logged in your should be able to see everything about it, including updates and current version.
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by:Jack_son_
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okay, thanks; now i am trying to get the webpage we uploaded before, looks like the device is in the initial setup
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ok, so it's taking you through a setup wizard?  Let me know if you get stuck by any questions, I'll try to help.
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it is at the setup wizard, although I am trying to get the old webpage from the device, not sure how to get to that
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You may need to complete the setup wizard to see the regular config webpage, not sure.  Turning it off and back on might get it out of setup mode, but again- not sure.

Perhaps I misunderstand what you mean by "get the old webpage from the device": can you elaborate?
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yea, we had uploaded a custom page, so i  was hoping to get that page back
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