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Perform intelligent 24 hours, day and night BT download, anti-hackers and power saving without via PC

Intelligent guiding software is easy for operation and setting

No trouble to read/write external HDD with Linux or FAT32 format ( Due to FAT32 limitation, each of the file size cannot exceed 4GB. Linux format is recommended)

High-speed USB2.0 printer sharing function is suitable for SOHO to save power and money

Sharing and managing your files via FTP function

Support UPNP and easy to stream AV data via LAN

Intelligent download management could achieve 20 BT seeds and 4 files download at the same time

Intellectual E-mail notification for completed download

Specification

Memory: 64MB
Flash memory: 8MB
Hard disk: Support USB2.0 interface external hard disk (External hard disk is not bundle in the package)
Port: 10/100 RJ-45 Ethernet port x 1, USB2.0 port x 2
Button: USB device safe remove key x 2, Reset key x 1
LED indicator lamp: Power x1, network x1, USB x2
LAN protocol: TCP/IP protocol
LAN management: Support PPPoE, DHCP, Static IP
User management:
User's account management
User's password modification
System tool: Warning notification by E-Mail (SMTP protocol is supported), System Reset
Languages: English, simplified Chinese, Traditional Chinese
Service of the printer: USB interface network printer sharing via LAN (only support Windows operating system)
Network file management: User could manage files on Web
Data download: Support BitTorrent download, Download jobs breaking could be continued automatically, Upload and download setting, E-Mail notification when the file is completed download
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#1
plus £4.18 p+p
#2
can i use this to make my printer wireless?

I currently have a desktop and laptop. Printer connected to desktop, which is shared over LAN meaning desktop must be on to print wirelessly from laptop.

Would this make the printer proper wireless so I can print from the laptop regardless of whether or not the desktop is on?

also, is this a safer way to download torrents?

Edited By: Kazaam on Feb 15, 2011 09:27
5 Likes #3
'Intellectual E-mail notification for completed download'

Are they composed in the form of a sonnet?
#4
Does anyone know how to set it up for downloads?
#5
Kazaam
can i use this to make my printer wireless?

I currently have a desktop and laptop. Printer connected to desktop, which is shared over LAN meaning desktop must be on to print wirelessly from laptop.

Would this make the printer proper wireless so I can print from the laptop regardless of whether or not the desktop is on?

also, is this a safer way to download torrents?


No idea about the P2P stuff, but re: the printer:

"Service of the printer: USB interface network printer sharing via LAN (only support Windows operating system)"

To me, that means that this device acts as a wired (ethernet) print server for printers that have a USB interface. So although not wireless, yes you would be able to print from the laptop without the need to have the desktop switched on. Assuming Windows OS.

Edited By: joshm on Feb 15, 2011 09:41
#6
joshm
Kazaam
can i use this to make my printer wireless?

I currently have a desktop and laptop. Printer connected to desktop, which is shared over LAN meaning desktop must be on to print wirelessly from laptop.

Would this make the printer proper wireless so I can print from the laptop regardless of whether or not the desktop is on?

also, is this a safer way to download torrents?


No idea about the P2P stuff, but re: the printer:

"Service of the printer: USB interface network printer sharing via LAN (only support Windows operating system)"

To me, that means that this device acts as a wired (ethernet) print server for printers that have a USB interface. So although not wireless, yes you would be able to print from the laptop without the need to have the desktop switched on. Assuming Windows OS.


thanks.
I won't be using the p2p anyway cos I use Put,io (http://www.put.io) which allows me to watch a movie in 5 minutes via torrent. try it out, they have a 3 day free trial
#7
Good find, and worth a shot at £7.99, though last I checked, Emprex made CDs and USB memory sticks. Aren't order over £50 freely delivered?
#9
I'm interested just for the NAS features. Drawbacks would be the FAT32 limitation, and the 10/100 ethernet, but at this price, it may stand in for a year or so before NAS devices get even cheaper.

Heat, many thanks.
#10
Anyone know how well this will stream media? Its UPNP and not DLNA, so not sure if that will make a difference when streaming music / photos to an Xbox for example?

I am thinking of buying it and have two 32gb flash drives connected to it (£55 ish for 64gb NAS)

Review here:
http://www.bit-tech.net/hardware/storage/2008/04/29/emprex-nsd-100-p2p-download-engine/1
#11
Would you have to use the torrent software that this comes with or is there anyway of using uTorrent, for example?
#12
This guy's review 2nd one on the list say's somethin bout support DMZ (Spoofing Option) http://www.play.com/PC/PCs/4-/4186216/Emprex-BTC-NSD-100-P2P-Download-Engine-Retail-Boxed/Product.html
and that if your router does not support that not to buy the Emprex BTC NSD-100 P2P Download Engine!
I have a talk talk Huawei EchoLife HG532 anyone know if it will be compatible with this as recently got a Hauppauge wMVP wireless media player and have not been able to connect wireless or via ethernet cable both Hauppauge and talk talk tech support have tried but been unable to resolve my problem!

Edited By: adeo on Feb 15, 2011 12:24
#13
adeo
This guy's review 2nd one on the list say's somethin bout support DMZ (Spoofing Option)[url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.play.com%2FPC%2FPCs%2F4-%2F4186216%2FEmprex-BTC-NSD-100-P2P-Download-Engine-Retail-Boxed%2FProduct.html] http://www.play.com/PC/PCs/4-/4186216/Emprex-BTC-NSD-100-P2P-Download-Engine-Retail-Boxed/Product.html[/url]
and that if your router does not support that not to buy the Emprex BTC NSD-100 P2P Download Engine!
I have a talk talk Huawei EchoLife HG532 anyone know if it will be compatible with this as recently got a Hauppauge wMVP wireless media player and have not been able to connect wireless or via ethernet cable both Hauppauge and talk talk tech support have tried but been unable to resolve my problem!


is that not contradictory what the reviewer says:

"This device is a very good peice of kit although if your Router does support DMZ (Spoofing Option) then the Emprex will not work.
If your Router does allow Spoofing then buy it NOW.
The DMZ option allows you to enter the physical address of the Emprex in order for your Router to allow traffic."

He says not to get it if u have spoofing option then he says to get it NOW if it does!

My Netgear DGN2000 ADSL router has DMZ thing which allows you to put in an address :/
#14
Kazaam
adeo
This guy's review 2nd one on the list say's somethin bout support DMZ (Spoofing Option)[url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.play.com%2FPC%2FPCs%2F4-%2F4186216%2FEmprex-BTC-NSD-100-P2P-Download-Engine-Retail-Boxed%2FProduct.html][/url][url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.play.com%2FPC%2FPCs%2F4-%2F4186216%2FEmprex-BTC-NSD-100-P2P-Download-Engine-Retail-Boxed%2FProduct.html] http://www.play.com/PC/PCs/4-/4186216/Emprex-BTC-NSD-100-P2P-Download-Engine-Retail-Boxed/Product.html[/url]
and that if your router does not support that not to buy the Emprex BTC NSD-100 P2P Download Engine!
I have a talk talk Huawei EchoLife HG532 anyone know if it will be compatible with this as recently got a Hauppauge wMVP wireless media player and have not been able to connect wireless or via ethernet cable both Hauppauge and talk talk tech support have tried but been unable to resolve my problem!


is that not contradictory what the reviewer says:

"This device is a very good peice of kit although if your Router does support DMZ (Spoofing Option) then the Emprex will not work.
If your Router does allow Spoofing then buy it NOW.
The DMZ option allows you to enter the physical address of the Emprex in order for your Router to allow traffic."

He says not to get it if u have spoofing option then he says to get it NOW if it does!

My Netgear DGN2000 ADSL router has DMZ thing which allows you to put in an address :/


Now am i just more confused how would i find out if my Huawei EchoLife HG532 has DMZ?
14 Likes #15
Kafkaesque
'Intellectual E-mail notification for completed download'Are they composed in the form of a sonnet?
No, these are made in Japan, so you get the intellectual message in Haiku form e.g.

Your download is done
Watch now Debbie Does Dallas
You may go to jail.
#16
ShaunnyBwoy
Good find, and worth a shot at £7.99, though last I checked, Emprex made CDs and USB memory sticks. Aren't order over £50 freely delivered?

Must have been a while since you checked - they've been making hardware for years. I bought a media player of theirs about 3 years ago - great job in its time though a bit unnecessary now as my TV's have USB ports.

http://www.amazon.co.uk/Emprex-ME1-V2-Media-Player-Recorder/dp/B001T0HEY0/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1297774641&sr=8-1
2 Likes #17
If this did NZB's then it would be worth buying, but for Torrents......get with the times! Torrents can take forever to download if you can even download anything at all if there are few seeders and they're computers are turned off, there are soooo many fakes too.

NZB's give you full download speed, you don't need someone to have they're computer turned on, you don't have to upload what you downloaded like Torrents unless of course you are a leecher! Also depending on your Usenet provider you can download things well over 500 days old! Oh and of course with NZB's you can use SSL Encryption.
#18
If I didn't already have a NAS that does all this for me, I'd have ordered one. Voted hot though, as this looks like a good piece of kit for the price.

Torrents......get with the times! Torrents can take forever to download if you can even download anything at all if there are few seeders and they're computers are turned off, there are soooo many fakes too.


Seriously? Usenet is as old as the internet, and has been exploited for filesharing as long as I can remember. In my experience, a good, private torrent community is far better.
#19
another better alternative imo is Your text here You can download a torrent on it in 5-10 minutes, and the torrent is stored on the online cloud where you can stream it (i.e.movies) or you can download from the online cloud.

It's just over £3/month and they accept paypal


Agreed. Seedboxes like the one you describe make BT better still.
1 Like #20
A better way to get a low powered bittorrent server or usenet is to buy an old Centrino laptop. My old Acer that I purchased in 2003 (Travelmate 290) only consumes 15w of power and runs Windows XP. Acts as a NAS (usb drives), print server, torrent/nzb and whatever else you want.
#21
It supports "Linux" which is most likely Ext2/3 - so use that.

This is going to be a linux box, so could possibly be hacked to support ntfs filesystem, and/or run other stuff (specs look limited though).


To anyone else - I wouldn't buy this for streaming, just for downloading or a print server. Use a "proper" device to steam/share/etc.

zomg
If I didn't already have a NAS that does all this for me, I'd have ordered one. Voted hot though, as this looks like a good piece of kit for the price.

Torrents......get with the times! Torrents can take forever to download if you can even download anything at all if there are few seeders and they're computers are turned off, there are soooo many fakes too.


Seriously? Usenet is as old as the internet, and has been exploited for filesharing as long as I can remember. In my experience, a good, private torrent community is far better.


A good quality nzb source is far better. Guaranteed speeds, no need to seed. Yes you pay for this, but then it's much better than torrents x100.
banned#22
Bought one myself... it's not great. It does a job but don't expect too much! Found it to be much slower than using pc and works best if your drive is formatted in the propietary linux format. OK if you go away a lot and don't want to leave your pc on.

You can also load debian on to it... Google it!
#23
Any idea on the power consumption saving? Ive got an Acer Revo which is 65w, so will this with an external drive attached save anything?
#24
been looking for this kind of product for a long time. don't really need nas, just a bt downloader, network driver
#25
Skewen
Any idea on the power consumption saving? Ive got an Acer Revo which is 65w, so will this with an external drive attached save anything?

Checked my revo and it only consumes 25 watts. I would however like a bit more info my self regarding this item, i would use it for a ftp and print server
1 Like #26
zomg
If I didn't already have a NAS that does all this for me, I'd have ordered one. Voted hot though, as this looks like a good piece of kit for the price.

Torrents......get with the times! Torrents can take forever to download if you can even download anything at all if there are few seeders and they're computers are turned off, there are soooo many fakes too.


Seriously? Usenet is as old as the internet, and has been exploited for filesharing as long as I can remember. In my experience, a good, private torrent community is far better.


Torrents are good for hard to find stuff - or for quality etc. can't beat the oink replacements for audio quality. The scene rips are rushed out crap quality.

Some of the hd ones too - their reencodes are done with top notch settings.

For speed and lack of hassle can't beat usenet.

Check out:-
http://sickbeard.com/
http://couchpotatoapp.com/
http://forum.xbmc.org/showthread.php?t=82653

Can't beat scanning a barcode in Tescos and having a bluray rip waiting for you when you get home - or bookmarking an nzb on your phone and it magically appearing on your XBMC box minutes later ;)


Edited By: bez on Feb 15, 2011 14:10
#27
Been on torrents for years now. Gave up on NZBs a while back as I never really got my head around them.. All the different parts etc. Anyone got a idiots guide to get up and running?
#28
bez
zomg
If I didn't already have a NAS that does all this for me, I'd have ordered one. Voted hot though, as this looks like a good piece of kit for the price.

Torrents......get with the times! Torrents can take forever to download if you can even download anything at all if there are few seeders and they're computers are turned off, there are soooo many fakes too.


Seriously? Usenet is as old as the internet, and has been exploited for filesharing as long as I can remember. In my experience, a good, private torrent community is far better.


Torrents are good for hard to find stuff - or for quality etc. can't beat the oink replacements for audio quality. The scene rips are rushed out crap quality.

Some of the hd ones too - their reencodes are done with top notch settings.

For speed and lack of hassle can't beat usenet.

Check out:-
http://sickbeard.com/
http://couchpotatoapp.com/
http://forum.xbmc.org/showthread.php?t=82653

Can't beat scanning a barcode in Tescos and having a bluray rip waiting for you when you get home - or bookmarking an nzb on your phone and it magically appearing on your XBMC box minutes later ;)


Its all good stuff, but it is no problem to just search for your desired movie and download it. I guess all this is superb for people who spend all day and night watching movies or for the ones who sell them at car boots etc but for average guy it is over the top
1 Like #29
zomg

Seriously? Usenet is as old as the internet, and has been exploited for filesharing as long as I can remember. In my experience, a good, private torrent community is far better.


Where do you think most of the stuff you download as torrents come from? You cannot beat usenet for choice and speed, fact. Torrents are more noob friendly tho.
#30
steviecross
bez
zomg
If I didn't already have a NAS that does all this for me, I'd have ordered one. Voted hot though, as this looks like a good piece of kit for the price.

Torrents......get with the times! Torrents can take forever to download if you can even download anything at all if there are few seeders and they're computers are turned off, there are soooo many fakes too.


Seriously? Usenet is as old as the internet, and has been exploited for filesharing as long as I can remember. In my experience, a good, private torrent community is far better.


Torrents are good for hard to find stuff - or for quality etc. can't beat the oink replacements for audio quality. The scene rips are rushed out crap quality.

Some of the hd ones too - their reencodes are done with top notch settings.

For speed and lack of hassle can't beat usenet.

Check out:-
http://sickbeard.com/
http://couchpotatoapp.com/
http://forum.xbmc.org/showthread.php?t=82653

Can't beat scanning a barcode in Tescos and having a bluray rip waiting for you when you get home - or bookmarking an nzb on your phone and it magically appearing on your XBMC box minutes later ;)


Its all good stuff, but it is no problem to just search for your desired movie and download it. I guess all this is superb for people who spend all day and night watching movies or for the ones who sell them at car boots etc but for average guy it is over the top


Haha not so much that, you just need to be lazy enough. I'm a software developer - don't get much more lazy than that. If we can code something that saves 1 minute we will (even if it takes 3 months to do it) :)
#31
Skewen
Been on torrents for years now. Gave up on NZBs a while back as I never really got my head around them.. All the different parts etc. Anyone got a idiots guide to get up and running?


Install http://sabnzbd.org/. Follow the wizard...

Add your server, give it your newzbin.com login details.

Then you can click the little bookmark against posts on newzbin and it will be downloaded automagically.

Done :)

Or sign up to a free indexer (nzbds.org) - add the RSS feed to sabnzbd etc. bit more complicated...

There's lot of automated services that can plug into it - check out sickbeard etc. I listed before. If you want guides just search sickbeard guide, sabnzbd guide etc.
#32
Nice one, thanks bez. Looks a lot simpler than when I last looked.. Will have a crack later.

bez
Skewen
Been on torrents for years now. Gave up on NZBs a while back as I never really got my head around them.. All the different parts etc. Anyone got a idiots guide to get up and running?
Install http://sabnzbd.org/. Follow the wizard...Add your server, give it your newzbin.com login details.Then you can click the little bookmark against posts on newzbin and it will be downloaded automagically.Done :)Or sign up to a free indexer (nzbds.org) - add the RSS feed to sabnzbd etc. bit more complicated...There's lot of automated services that can plug into it - check out sickbeard etc. I listed before. If you want guides just search sickbeard guide, sabnzbd guide etc.
#33
bez
steviecross
bez
zomg
If I didn't already have a NAS that does all this for me, I'd have ordered one. Voted hot though, as this looks like a good piece of kit for the price.

Torrents......get with the times! Torrents can take forever to download if you can even download anything at all if there are few seeders and they're computers are turned off, there are soooo many fakes too.


Seriously? Usenet is as old as the internet, and has been exploited for filesharing as long as I can remember. In my experience, a good, private torrent community is far better.


Torrents are good for hard to find stuff - or for quality etc. can't beat the oink replacements for audio quality. The scene rips are rushed out crap quality.

Some of the hd ones too - their reencodes are done with top notch settings.

For speed and lack of hassle can't beat usenet.

Check out:-
http://sickbeard.com/
http://couchpotatoapp.com/
http://forum.xbmc.org/showthread.php?t=82653

Can't beat scanning a barcode in Tescos and having a bluray rip waiting for you when you get home - or bookmarking an nzb on your phone and it magically appearing on your XBMC box minutes later ;)


Its all good stuff, but it is no problem to just search for your desired movie and download it. I guess all this is superb for people who spend all day and night watching movies or for the ones who sell them at car boots etc but for average guy it is over the top


Haha not so much that, you just need to be lazy enough. I'm a software developer - don't get much more lazy than that. If we can code something that saves 1 minute we will (even if it takes 3 months to do it) :)

Cant fault you mate, when these bits of software work they are great, however sometimes you can spend a lot of time trying to automate things and it is more hastle than just clicking a few times on a mouse. If you are really a software developer then keep up the good work, it is guys like you who are the clever ones not the ones who brag they can put a computer together.
#34
sounds good ,.. but me being a non techie still do not know wot its for..
#35
Kazaam

A seedbox such as Put.io does wonders.
I haven't tried usenet or whatever it is called but this really is remarkable, it fetches files from rapidshare/torrents, etc for you, stores it on your online account where you can watch it if it is a movie or quickly download from the online storage.

They use paypal and you can try a 3 day free trial with it if you wish.

Although, I have ordered this box to make my printer wireless although I doubt the scanner will work wirelessly.


I don't see why you'd want to wait for something to download, and then wait again (or stream, at the mercy of your connection).

It sounds like an interesting concept - nice and handy if multiple users are trying to get the same file - will save them bandwidth but im sure they will "bill" you for it. And storage maybe.

For the premium account you could get a cheaper news host with unlimited download and SSL ($15/month).
1 Like #36
jscwan
sounds good ,.. but me being a non techie still do not know wot its for..


depends if u hav ever used torrents. Torrents are used to download movies, files, music, etc. But obv sometimes the files can take ages to download so this downloads the file for you and uses very little power, so u can switch ur pc off, and this downloads for u 24/7

Also, this can be used to make your printer wireless
#37
Kazaam
jscwan
sounds good ,.. but me being a non techie still do not know wot its for..
depends if u hav ever used torrents. Torrents are used to download movies, files, music, etc. But obv sometimes the files can take ages to download so this downloads the file for you and uses very little power, so u can switch ur pc off, and this downloads for u 24/7Also, this can be used to make your printer wireless

I'm a non techie also, but i do download torrents. Thanks for your helpful info (_;)
#38
Didn't know these things existed, look like quite a good idea.
#39
Re the FAT32 / 4gb limitation.. Is this right? I've downloaded a 8gb blu ray to my HDD before and thats FAT32 Im sure..
#40
dennissabre
Kazaam
jscwan
sounds good ,.. but me being a non techie still do not know wot its for..
depends if u hav ever used torrents. Torrents are used to download movies, files, music, etc. But obv sometimes the files can take ages to download so this downloads the file for you and uses very little power, so u can switch ur pc off, and this downloads for u 24/7Also, this can be used to make your printer wireless


I'm a non techie also, but i do download torrents. Thanks for your helpful info (_;)


I guessed u were 100% non-tech savvy judging by your profile pic :P

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