ml [email protected]
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does anyone now of a device that has wireless access at least G
provide both usb and ethernet?
i want to connect a remotely located printer and usb hard drive
wireless net few rooms away
i can find wireless e devices and wireless usb but not one
w/both perhaps i overlooked
anyone know of any??
Why would you want to do such a thing?
Put the usb hard drive on a real usb port on any computer on your
Disk data rate would be MUCH faster on the local machine
and probably tiwce as fast to any other machine.
Wireless is normally half-duplex. You don't want two wireless
connections between the drive and the user if you can help it.
because i want to access my (network) hard drives wirelessly
i have a few usb hard drives and printers and other things if i
connect them wirelessly i don't have to move them to where my
wired/wireless router is nor cable them
i could just plug in the hd's and other gear wirelessly and be
to use them from my wireless laptoptop
not quite sure if your statement regarding half duplex is true
all wireless standards or interm standards but even if so
is pretty fast and i've tested my hd over 'b' and it works great
presume as their are so many wireless hd adapters out there they
ok or good enough prob not as overal generally reliable as
so question still remains if anyone knows of a wireless device with
ethernet and usb and b/g/n please post i'd guess i'd have to
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Just plug your NAS drives and print servers into your wired-wireless
router. All inexpensive off-the-shelf.