More on the Segate Central NAS device:
The device has several shares available after setup in its web interface. By the way, if you do not know it’s IP address, Just browse to “Workgroup”->”Name of the Nas”-> “Public”. Then view the contents of the file: “Manage Seagate Central Central3TB.url”. It is a link for windows users, but linux users will be able to figure it out.
By default, it makes a windows share for:
1) Public: which is accessable by anyone on the network. It has the link mentioned above and three folders: Music, Photos, and Videos. If you put your media in those folders, it is also shared out on DLNA. This folder is also shared out via a Public FTP server (vsFTP).
2) User shares: shares named for each user created in the web interface, and only accessable to the user under the windows “share” permission scheme. You will need to supply the username/password for access.
3) Attached drive folders: Each drive is mounted in a folder and shared out. The drive currently connected to mine and formated with the linux ext3 format is: “usb1-1share1”.
All of these shares can be accessed in the associated directory in the “/share” directory.