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Timemachine through linksys -> cat5 to usb to HDD


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so i was wondering if i can have timemachine work wirelessly if i had my hard drive connected to my wireless router using a usb to cat5 converter?
or would it be easier to just have another wireless router using airport extreme and spending $120???

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