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Mybook White Light First Steps

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If you purchased a Mybook World Edition White Light, and you plan to add some great features to it, you should start with the following first steps :

1) Identify the ip address of your Mybook :

Connect to your Mybook Administration interface

Login, then click the Network Icon :

 

Note the IP address information.

2) Activate SSH on your Mybook 

Click the "Advanced Mode" Link, then

Click the System/Advanced Button :

Select  the "Enable SSH" option :

then click the "Submit" button

3) Install PUTTY on your windows computer :

Download the PuTTy.exe tool from the following url :

http://www.putty.org/

4) Connect to your Mybook using PUTTY

Launch PuTTy.exe on your windows computer,then type your Mybook's IP Address :

 

Click the Open Button

login as root

type the password : welc0me

 ( Note the "zero" character after welc ...)

As soon as you have reached these steps, you are ready to install the FeaturePacks Manager tool.

 

 

Last Updated on Thursday, 02 April 2009 23:38  
Comments (1)
Instructions from outside
1 Monday, 30 August 2010 14:14
guest1
The above instructions are good if you are sitting at your house and then doing the SSH from your home wireless network. Then the ip addresses are 192.168.0.104 (or 105 or 110) etc depending on what ip address your router has given to your wdmwb(western digital myworld book). What if someone has given a static ip to the wdmwb and forwarded a port to wdmwb on the linksys wrtg (anymodel) router?
Do you have the instructions for that? I have the static ip (given by the internet service provide) that comes to the modem.
teinturman :
i only support the "sitting at your house" solution.
Also this is the only secure way to configure your Mybook.
Note that for critical security reasons, the Western Digital interface must never be accessible from outside (never forward port 80 )

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