|I just purchased a Belkin N+ wireless router, which has a USB connector in the back that one can connect up to a hard drive. I did that with a Seagate FreeAgent drive, and got it going relatively easily -- with one exception: I had to temporarily mount the USB drive directly to a computer and rename it from "FreeAgent Drive" to something shorter (I used "Seagate").|
Then I could access it using \\belkin-ip-address\Seagate from more than one computer in my local network.
Now, if only I could get the Seagate backup software that came on the drive (and that I installed from it) could recognize the existence of that drive. It seems like it's only set up to detect directly connected USB FreeAgent drives.
Anyone have any ideas? (Yeah, I know I could contact Seagate, and I would if I could get my account on their site to work!).