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post #21 of 55
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Can't I do the same thing with my network connected storage if the network and storage have open security?


i see what you did thererolleyes.gif

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post #22 of 55
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This seems to be so traceable...

It'd be a stretch...
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This was my idea TBH... I didn't think it was possible.

Data that doesn't wholey exist in one spot.
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post #25 of 55
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Yes, you can do it with any hardware. The linux interface is the unique part of it, all tracking has been removed so anyone using it is anonymous to the router. All it does it store and allow access to files, nothing more. In this case simplicity is good.

So...disconnect incoming internet line + no mac address storing + turn off logging ftw? I still don't see what is so revolutionary about this, and without the entire net available it's a pretty dumb form of wide-distribution file-sharing. If I want something, and it's not in this box, I'm out of luck. Still not seeing the utility of this other than a toy to play with in your house. If you have a private network not connected to the internet, what do you care if the access point you're hooking up to is logging anything about your system? It never sees an external connection, so however the OS of the router is "customized," it's a moot point since no outside entity can see it anyway.
    
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I'm gonna make one of these and make a cantenna out of it biggrin.gif
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post #27 of 55
It is based on convenience. You can do it with an existing network just fine. What this offers is the ability to carry it around and plug it in whenever and have an instant file server. I wouldn't say it is revolutionary either, but for the masses it is an easy and convenient method, which makes it interesting.
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post #28 of 55
Good for file sharing in dense areas I guess. The selection of files you will find will be orders of magnitude less than an online solution.
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post #29 of 55
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Cool, might have to make one just cause...
...and I liked this part
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Despite studies showing Megaupload’s closure had no impact on online piracy whatsoever,

Time to petition for the govt to put up Megaupload again. Stupid govt.
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just purchased the TP-LINK TL-MR3020 Portable, for 40$. will be giving this a try.
    
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