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Connect esata to a N wireless router

I would like to use the fast speed of esata, across my belkin N router is this possible?

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  • Ian Griffiths Dec 05, 2008

    Sorry I didn't mean to strik the abuse rating, this wasn't what i asked. Only can I use esata over a wireless network, as its fast and many devicess have esata connections.

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If you have an "N" router - any other network card that is "G" or "B" will only work on their designed bands. Only "N" cards will give you "N" speeds, everything else is lowered down to what the card can handle.

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