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    Connecting a Network Drive to an existing network

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    Connecting a Network Drive to an existing network
    Hi guys,

    One of my drives that I have connected to my Airport Extreme Base Station recently died, so I'm trying to find a new one. My current drives sit next to my AEBS on a table top, however I would like to hide the drives away.

    And so I came across the LaCie d2 Network drive, and I wondered if anyone new if this or any other network drive can be connected to a pre-existing network as opposed to having it on its own network, meaning I would have to change networks to access it.

    Cheers

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