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Internet, Networking, and Wireless Discussion of networking, internet, and wireless including Apple's Airport products.

Airport Extreme gigabit base station


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Been searching for this, here and via google, and can't seem to find the answer.

In an effort to reduce clutter, solve some networking problems, and add some hard lines, I'm looking at the gigabit base station. I have a few external hard drives, which I'd like to hook up to the router. I can't seem to find anywhere if the USB port is USB 2. I assume that it is, but can anyone confirm this?

The machine that I most care about is the desktop which will be connected via hard wire. That is my media server, all media is stored on the 1tb external drive, which I'd like to put on the router up on a shelf in the laundry room.

I know everyone complains of TimeCapsule not working, I haven't looked into any of the third party apps yet and the remote drives. I personally prefer full system imaging anyway schedule during off hours.
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Nevermind, finally found an article that confirms that it is USB 2.0.
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