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You'd get 5-8mb/s on average to do that. So, it should take around 4min or so.
By Nuno Braz on 31 January 2015
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Hmmm intereating question...I'm not sure you can but if your router has spare ethernt ports then you could connect two that way. Why would you want to connect two? Would you not buy a case with two bays?
By Boggles Berk on 30 May 2016
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NO hard drive. You need to provide your own
By j. on 16 February 2014
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Sorry I cannot help, but would if I could. I returned my unit as when it arrived I discovered it needed a SATA drive and I was expecting to be able to use my IDE drive. Being tight fisted and not wanting to purchase a SATA drive, I returned the unit. However, I think you need to set it up via a wired connection first t… see more Sorry I cannot help, but would if I could. I returned my unit as when it arrived I discovered it needed a SATA drive and I was expecting to be able to use my IDE drive. Being tight fisted and not wanting to purchase a SATA drive, I returned the unit. However, I think you need to set it up via a wired connection first then swap to wireless. You need to make sure your PC is set for wired connection also. see less
By G. Elliott on 21 July 2014
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Hi,
Not as an FTP server. As it's connected to your broardband router your can access via the Internet. To be honest I've not tried it but it is stated in the instruction manual.

By Boggles Berk on 04 July 2015
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