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Gazer
18-09-2006, 10:07 PM
Iam after a Network Storage Center with a ip on it so that i can get to my files from work anyone know of any good ones around?? i did have my eyes on the Buffalo LinkStation (To view links or images in this forum your post count must be 1 or greater. You currently have 0 posts. Storage Center 250 GB but dont know if they do one with a ip
Any thoughts ??

Gazer

Declan
19-09-2006, 07:40 PM
well i use awardspace its very easy to excess and use , i have an ftp with them which i use for storing school work but the thing is i dont know if it has an ip

WeeFatBob
09-10-2006, 01:35 AM
hi,
This type of hd is starting to pop up all over the place now. i have seen them as low as 35 quid on fleebay even seen a model for 40 in maplin electronics and there not the cheapest company around. I have a linksys NSLU2 and use it to share hd's across my network. i also have been using it as a lamp server and ftp server due to 3rd party firmware. just a note to keep in mind these network drives all tend to be slow and for transfering files your much much faster using a usb2 hd.

JonB2
18-10-2006, 09:44 AM
Hi,
I've been using the item below for approx 18 months without any problems, you can even access it via WAN to share files with ya mates.
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- 250GB External 3.5" HDD enclosure with Ethernet interface
- Share files over LAN as a file server (SAMBA) and over the Internet as an FTP server
- Standalone operation, no PC required
- Front LED Light indicated Power ON/OFF
- Automatic network configuration allows for easy setup and installation
- Microsoft Windows 98SE / ME / 2000 / XP
- MAC OS 10.2 or later version
- Fast data/files access and transfer rate up to 480mb/Sec
- Backup Utility Software allows for a wide range of options to protect your critical data
- Share music, photos, movies and your data with anyone on the network
- Multiple computers can access the hard drive simultaneously
- Use as an FTP Server
- Administer the Simple NAS through a web browser interface
- Easy firmware download support
- Easy configuration over HTTP
- Flexible configuration as static IP, DHCP client, or DHCP server
- Auto Ethernet cable type detection (straight or crossed)
- Auto spin-down and wakeup
There's onr on fleebay ATM
eBay.co.uk: Network 250GB Hard Drive NAS FTP lan File Server (item 120041442529 end time 22-Oct-06 17:01:46 BST) (http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/Network-250GB-Hard-Drive-NAS-FTP-lan-File-Server_W0QQitemZ120041442529QQihZ002)
Jon

xboxmu
05-11-2006, 12:09 PM
Hello,

I have used the Buffalo 1Tb NAS and it is quite good but expensive. I am also looking to buy one of these boxex to put in the loft and keep all my mp3 and divx on it then connect it to my xbox (which I use like a media center). Do you have any experience on this?

Cheers
Altaf

John
07-11-2006, 10:49 AM
i thinking of getting one of these Freecom Network MediaPlayer for storage and playing divix and stuff.

http://www.freecom.com/objects/00007321.pdf