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Old June 10th 11, 09:40 PM posted to comp.arch.storage
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Default Wireless storage & USB

Does anyone have any suggestions to hook up a wireless device to USB
HD.
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Old June 14th 11, 08:17 PM posted to comp.arch.storage
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Default Wireless storage & USB

On Jun 10, 3:40*pm, Randall wrote:
Does anyone have any suggestions to hook up a wireless device to USB
HD.



What kind of wireless device, and under what conditions? For
occassional use, you could put an iSCSI client on the wireless device,
an iSCSI host on any old PC, and attach the USB hard drive to that PC.
 




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