The second section of the web-interface is My Files. As we noted above, it is in fact a files and downloads manager. There are three pages in this section: Files, My Downloads and Personal Info.
The first two pages are directed related to the name of the section. The third page is for choosing the password for the current user.
On the Files page you can navigate all the disks connected to the NAS200.
A simple download manager can be found on the My Downloads page. The window shows a list of current tasks with buttons to manage the tasks. Each task can refer to a FTP or a HTML source. Torrents are not supported, unfortunately.
Now that we’ve browsed through the web-interface, we can say the functionality of the NAS200 is average if not below average. The NAS200 doesn’t support BitTorrent or a print-server. It also offers but scanty setup options for the integrated FTP and UPnP servers. The structure of the web-interface is somewhat unusual even in comparison with other network devices from Linksys. On the other hand, the available settings are quite exhaustive as concerns the appropriate sections.