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Anyway, its biggest failing these days is that its ports are all 100Mbps. Eventually, it will need replacing with something that has 1Gbps ports.
Who said anything about APM only being used by laptops?
Posted Apr 3, 2011 19:44 UTC (Sun) by Trelane (subscriber, #56877)
Just about any would, over e.g. NFS or samba.
Additionally, some wireless or wired routers also have USB capability that you might use for an external storage device (not tried, but seems plausible).
> have regular security updates for its firmware
That's pretty much guaranteed if you're running a mainstream alternate firmware, e.g. dd-wrt or openwrt.
It's a good reason to use alternate firmware, besides the better features.
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