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Buy one of these:


and use the USB port to attach an external hard drive. The router is set up to allow external access to the fileshare port. It's like an easy NAS to set up.

Also, the router is pretty nice, if you were considering a different router at some point...
    
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Buy one of these: Amazon.com: Netgear N600 Wireless Dual Band Gigabit Router WNDR3700: Electronics

and use the USB port to attach an external hard drive. The router is set up to allow external access to the fileshare port. It's like an easy NAS to set up.

Also, the router is pretty nice, if you were considering a different router at some point...
i actually own two of those at my house

need to look into external access then. link perhaps??
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i actually own two of those at my house

need to look into external access then. link perhaps??
Oh, well then you should totally use the option! I don't have a link on-hand, but if you log in to the router, you should find the "readyshare" section in the left-hand pane--if you click on it, the "help" text on the right-hand pane will explain some of it.

I'll look around for some more info after work. To be honest, I only just started playing with the feature myself, but it seems to work pretty well. I'm still figuring out how to ensure it is as secure as possible though.
    
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