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Topic # 115479 26-Mar-2013 20:45
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Hi
Ive been looking for an ADSL2 wifi modem that can host a hard drive. the vodafone was a dud as it would only support FAT .

Ive spotted these netcomm modems turning up on trademe, some ISP is giving them out...

Anyone know if they can host a hard drive and if so what file system can they support.
A 32 gig USB stick isnt much help, which is all the vodafone could do.


http://support.netcommwireless.com/product/xdsl/nb304n

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  Reply # 787570 26-Mar-2013 21:20
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again look at the Fritzbox it has a usb port . i use mine as a media server and can be accessed by any pc on the network, but i can also do the do the same with a hard drive. Im still amazed at what it can do best router i have owned




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  Reply # 787583 26-Mar-2013 21:58
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Netcomm is meh for that stuff.

Fritzbox all the way. Gives much better NAS-like features than most of the routers available. You always get what you pay for.

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