Okies. I have an after-market router with a USB port. I have attached an external hard drive to it. On the admin page, it shows up fine. I gave it a name and it provides the host name and local HTTP addresses. If I type the host name \\Jupiter into File Explorer, it doesn't resolve. If I try to map network drive, that doesn't resolve either. However, if I type in the HTTP address 192.168.1.1:8082 into Firefox, then it resolves fine and it shows the contents of the drive as a directory listing. So I think it's fine on the router-side, and it's something that I haven't set up properly in Windows. File and printer sharing is enabled and Windows can see my wireless printer on the network ok. Back on the admin page (above screenshot), if I enable Media Server, then Windows can see the Jupiter drive, but the files/directories are separated into media folders (music, pictures and videos). I think that's normal behaviour for a media server. I just want the Network Neighbourhood option enabled so that I can see the drive contents exactly to how I'd see it if plugged in directly. I want write access as well. Back in the olden days (20 years ago!) I would type in \\Jupiter and it would show up fine in Windows Explorer and I could map it to a drive letter. I think either Windows has changed or I have forgotten something. If someone could please signpost me, that would be great. I have tried googling Network Neighbourhood but it doesn't seem to be a thing any more.