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Hey, i'm wondering if this will work, and if it does how should i connect it.

I want to transform my PC computer into raid so there will be around 1 TB, well after i convert it to JABD, is it possible to connect it to my G5 through firewire so i have like a giant external drive???

I want to connect it not through a router or eithernet, but only like direct link..... Or maybe eithernet to eithernet, cause i use airport extreme to connect to the internet..

Any help would be greatly appreciated.
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