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Buffalo Linkstation Live HS-DH250GL / 250GB / Shared Network Storage / USB Hard Drive (Free Delivery/Quidco)
Buffalo Linkstation Live HS-DH250GL / 250GB / Shared Network Storage / USB Hard Drive (Free Delivery/Quidco)

Buffalo Linkstation Live HS-DH250GL / 250GB / Shared Network Storage / USB Hard Drive (Free Delivery/Quidco)

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* 250GB HDD Holds:
* Up to 71,000 digital photos
* Up to 62,000 songs (MP3)
* Up to 6,200 songs (uncompressed CD quality)
* Up to 19 hours of Digital Video (DV)
* Up to 100 hours of DVD quality video
* Up to 30 hours of HD video
* Main Specifications:
* LAN Interface:
* Transmission Speed: 10 / 100 / 1000 Mbps
* Port/Connector: RJ-45
* Number of Ports: 1
* USB Interface:
* Interface: USB 2.0 Hi-Speed (HS) Full-Speed (FS)
* Data Transmission Speed: Max. 480Mbps (USB 2.0 Mode) / Max. 12Mbps (USB 1.1 Mode)
* Number of Ports: 2
* Others Specifications:
* Capacity: 250GB
* OPerating System Compatibility: Windows Me / Windows 2000 / Windows XP
* Dimensions: 60 x 173.5 x 185 mm
* Weight: 1.84 kg
* Operating Environment: 5 - 35°C, 20-80% (non-condensing)
* Package Contents:
* LinkStation Live
* Setup CD-ROM
* Quick Setup Guide
* Ethernet Cable
* Power Cord
* Warranty Statement

6 Comments

Would this work with a Squeezebox? I can never get my head around networking compatibilities, too complicated.

The drive says supports IEEE 802.3, IEEE 802.3ab, IEEE 802.3u

then the squeezebox site says 802.11g compatable.

Are these compatable standards or not?

bought the 320gb from ebuyer for 49.95 a few months back - excellent piece of kit

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The drive says supports IEEE 802.3, IEEE 802.3ab, IEEE … The drive says supports IEEE 802.3, IEEE 802.3ab, IEEE 802.3uthen the squeezebox site says 802.11g compatable.Are these compatable standards or not?



The Buffalo is a NAS and attaches to your local area network via Ethernet (the 802.3 standards you quote). Your Squeezebox connects wirelessly via 802.11g (wireless ethernet).

If you can plug the Buffalo into say a wireless router they should be able to talk to each other.

HTH,
Neil

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The Buffalo is a NAS and attaches to your local area network via Ethernet … The Buffalo is a NAS and attaches to your local area network via Ethernet (the 802.3 standards you quote). Your Squeezebox connects wirelessly via 802.11g (wireless ethernet). If you can plug the Buffalo into say a wireless router they should be able to talk to each other.HTH, Neil



Thanks for the translation, back to the drawing board for me.
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