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Time Capsule = cash grab? | ZDNetThe itunes film library is on the external drive, and since itunes does all the controlling, the apple tv 2 sees the films fine, sometimes a bit slow when the time capsule has to wake up the external drive but works fine.
Have an AirPort router? Have an external USB HDD? Here'sThis video is also valid on all external hard drives that are formatted to work.Airport Time Capsule is a very popular option at the top of the price range.AirPort Time Capsule can turn any external USB hard drive into a secure drive you can share across your Wi-Fi network.With mass quantities of server-grade onboard storage, you can use it as a networked hard drive for your family or workgroup.AirPort Time Capsule is a simultaneous dual-band Wi-Fi base station, so you can easily set it up with AirPort to allow you (and up to 50 others) to use your Macs or PCs to surf the web, stream video, share photos, and more, without annoying wires.
I plugged an external drive into Time Capsule using the USB input on the back.AirPort Time Capsule can turn your external hard drive connected to USB 2.0 Port at the back of the Airport Time Capsule into a secure drive, you can share across your Wi-Fi network and access securely over the Internet with a password.Similarly you can also make the Time Machine Backup drive password protected.To make the External USB hard drive password protected follow the steps below.Just get a regular USB external hard drive and plug that into your first Time Capsule.Apple has shipped its Time Capsule hardware appliance, a combination of its AirPort Extreme Base Station with 802.11n and a hard drive, integrated into a single case with an internal power supply instead of an external power brick.I have a powered usb hub to plug the printer and hard drive into, then to the airport extreme.
Is it possible to use an external hard drive attached to time capsule via usb to store an itunes library and then have time capsule back up that.
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The airport base is USB2, because Apple (as usual) has their head up their butt and wants you to buy a time capsule with a built in overpriced hard drive.After buying the latest AirPort Time Capsule this week my parents are going to get my old AirPort Extreme (5G).
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So all the documents, videos, photos, and other files instantly become available to anyone, Mac and PC users alike.That is because it is compatible with devices using the 802.11a, 802.11b, 802.11g, 802.11n and 802.11ac specifications.Most Liked Posts. scotoma, Mar 19, 2008. scotoma macrumors newbie.Sure there are other people using a time capsule or AirPort Extreme as their NAS.All the documents, videos, photos, and other files instantly become available to anyone on the network, Mac and PC users alike.