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Wireless Router (ADSL) with USB ports

alchemistkevin Avatar
8y, 3m agoPosted 8 years, 3 months ago
Does anyone have one to sell or can point me in the right direction please?

Thanks.
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8y, 3m agoPosted 8 years, 3 months ago
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#1
No such thing as far as I am aware, Routers are network devices, so have ethernet (RJ45 network) switches built in.

Only ADSL modems may have a USB connector.
#2
yup you can get routers with USB built in. They are used with external USB hard drives (kinda a Makeshift NAS) and for connecting printers!!!

I know ASUS routers are good, and so r a couple of others. A general list is available on the ddwrt supported devices list. You can see which ones have USB.
#3
unileeds
yup you can get routers with USB built in. They are used with external USB hard drives (kinda a Makeshift NAS) and for connecting printers!!!

I know ASUS routers are good, and so r a couple of others. A general list is available on the ddwrt supported devices list. You can see which ones have USB.

thanks, do you have a link to the list? I'll go searching now...
#5
What do you want to use it for? You can get routers with USB ports for various functions like a file server using a USB hard drive and a print server using a USB printer but the router has to be specifically designed to support a certain type of peripheral so just having a USB port is no guarentee that it'll interact with the USB device you want to plug in.
#6
EndlessWaves
What do you want to use it for? You can get routers with USB ports for various functions like a file server using a USB hard drive and a print server using a USB printer but the router has to be specifically designed to support a certain type of peripheral so just having a USB port is no guarentee that it'll interact with the USB device you want to plug in.

I'm looking for one with a USB host process to add external HDD's

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