Report Home network - WRT54G, Mac, & a PC in Networking and Hardware Posted December 17, 2009 Finally! I've got it!!! From any windows machine, I can open Internal Exploder... oops, I mean Internet Explorer, and type ftp://75.66.xxx.xxx:21//Volumes/Secondary%20Hard%20Drive in the address bar to access the files in my secondary hard drive. A message is displayed saying I don't have permission to access the page, but I can log in with my user name & password (File>Login as...), and VIOLA, all my files are available to me. I can drag & drop files between my machine and the machine I'm sitting at, or even edit the files remotely. PERFECT!!! Hooray!!! It was so simple. I just didn't know to type the port number after my IP address, then a double forward slash before "Volumes". Also noteworthy is the fact that everything is case-sensitive, and "%20" must be used instead of spaces (since in HTML %20 is the equivalent to a "space") Alternately, I can type ftp://...:21//Volumes/Primary%20Hard%20Drive to access the files on my primary drive. No need for no-ip.com, or other similar sites. All they do is slow my computer down & make other funny things happen. All I need to do is keep track of my IP address. It's dynamic, but it doesn't change unless I unplug my modem for a few days. Not a big deal there. No virtual network required. In fact, ann the settings were already set. The Mac is designed to just work the way you want it to. Unfortunately, all this time I just didn't know what to type in the address bar of the remote computer's browser! Thanks so much, mudman, for all the help! If you've got any questions about my setup, let me know!