TP Link router. How do I access a USB Drive through WiFi?

I have an old USB 2.0 hard drive filled with stuff.
I plugged it into my TP-Link Wifi Router and shared it from the router.
I want it to show up in Zorin like a drive.

This is my first time trying this and I have NO idea what I'm doing.
Any help would be great.

If you have a TP-Link router, then first you should log in to your router by entering in your browser.
You will be asked for your registered email and password to enter settings.
Then go to USB Sharing and select the device you want to share:

Accessing the share might be a different issue and might not be supported.
I've noticed if I have Windows 7 64-Bit professional loaded I can access my computer content on the Smart TV, and Windows 7 can access the Humax PVR box to view recordings via Media Player - no such joy on GNU/Linux!

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I get a totally different screen when I sign in though my ethernet. Wifi of takes me to the top most Verizon router, my router is plugged into, even though the wifi is going through the TP-Link.

Then you need to type in the IP that your TP-Link router has! :wink:

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