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

Connect a USB hub to the new Airport Extreme


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Since the new Airport extreme has a USB port it is possible to connect an external HDD. However, will it be possible to connect this to a hub which contains several HDDs? If yes, it would solve most of my problems.
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Thats funny, I've been sitting there reading everything on the Apple site on this thing wondering the same thing.
All my problems would be solved to if I could run a USB hub. One port for my printer and one for my back up hard drive........
Hopefully someone will know soon before I pre order this puppy.........
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Ok............just read in one of the other forums where a moderator with many post and seemed to know what he was talking about stated "you can even hook up a hub since the extreme uses Bonjour" now what is Bonjour???? who cares as long as it works..............
thats cool,
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