Time Machine compatibility
A Former User last edited by
With Apple having announced it is abandoning the Airport line, I think there is a great opportunity for Amplifi to pick up the mantle. The protocols required are easy to implement, there's that unused USB port just itching for a use, and the Base station is Apple level sexy. Seems like a perfect selling point for those who are sad to see their Time Capsules are at the end of their line and have nowhere else to go.
mike pires last edited by mike pires
a new time-capsule-like separate device would be better than to pollute the existing router with this. let the router route and create a device that is designed, from the ground up, to perform time machine, and maybe other NAS functions.
Peter Skopa last edited by
no to apple time capsule stuff its not a nas its a router and there are far better stuff then adding unnessary functions just because Apple didnt wanna support their routers
TimeLord X last edited by
You can use Synology ... that's what I have in my network as a Time Machine. No dependency on a router.
John Fruehe last edited by
I use synology as well to back up 4-5 Macs on my network, no issues whatsoever.
Korey Sherwin last edited by
I agree, the USB port should be enabled so a USB drive can utalized.