USB The CGN2 provides one USB 2.0 host port, allowing you to plug in a USB flash disk for mounting and sharing through the LAN interfacesvia the Samba protocol (network neighborhood). The CGN2 supports the following Windows file systems: FAT16 FAT32 NTFS USB devices must not drain more than 500mA from the USB port. USB devices requiring more than 500mA should be provided with their own power source(s). LAN1 Use these ports to connect your computer
While the unit supports it.. i beleive it still needs to be enabled in the firmware..
In which last i looked.. it wasnt enabled with the rogers firmware
(it is enabled on the CGN3
Personal opinion though..most USB based devices like this.. many different brand routers, etc.. i have seen COUNTLESS issues of them not detecting all sizes, formats, etc very easily... much better to go with a specific network attached external hard drive.)