Index

Workshop Web

Links to Device Admin Consoles:

[192.168.20.1]
Modem Router Gateway

[192.168.20.200]
Seagate Central

[192.168.20.201]
ReadyNAS Duo

Note: to access the consoles,
you must be logged on to the Workshop DemoLAN.

DemoLAN Map
and Device Details


In the workshops, this page
is served by an implementation of
the Apache Webserver
on a ReadyNAS Duo NAS unit.
Server address: 192.168.20.201 Port 80

About Workshop Web

In the workshops, a version of this page is served by a web server running on a NAS Unit attached to the DemoLAN. The purpose of the page is to demonstrate how device setup documentation can be stored on local webserver or intranet on a home LAN where they can be accessed from any device attached to the local LAN.

On the workshop LAN, the links at left would take you to the Admin Consoles of the WiFi Modem Router the NAS units—those units are not attached to this server, so here, the links are illustrative only. There is also a link to a map of the DemoLAN and a chart detailing of the setup of the devices on the LAN.

About the Web Server

This page is served by a web server on U3A Bendigo's host site.

In the workshops, the page is served by a NAS unit running an implementation of the Apache Web Server. [Web Server Installation Details].

NAS Unit File Access Protocols

Web server protocols are among the file access protocols that a NAS unit may be equipped to handle. The ReadyNAS Duo used in the workshops is set up to handle the file access protocols listed in the table:

File Server Protocols
SMB (CIFS) Allows the file system of a Windows PC to mount and access a remote volume.
AFP Allows the file system of a Macintosh PC to mount and access a remote volume.
NFS Allows the file system of a Linux PC to mount and access a remote volume.
Media Server Protocols
DLNAAllows DLNA compatible devices and PC software to access media files
iTunesAllows iTunes compatible devices and PC software to access media files
Web Server Protocols
HTTP Allows web pages to be viewed and forms on webpages to be filled out via a web browser
HTTPS Establishes a secure connection via data encryption to ensure the unlikelihood of the interception of transmitted data when accessing web pages.
FTP Allows files to be uploaded and downloaded to and from a remote sever.