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I have been told in order for my buffalo backup to work with my sattlelite and wireless lynksis router, that I need to have another router. IT happens that I do also have a D-Link that a sattlelite tech sold me when he could not get my lynksis to work. (The lynksis is still good) He did not know how to hook up the buffalo. Do I need to upgrade my sattlelite service to make this all work and does anybody have any idea how to put it all together, or where I can get the best help with this. Right now I am connected directly to the sattlelite but really need to connect my buffalo and wireless router. Any help would be greatly appreciated.:4-dontkno
 

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I can't imagine what the brand of router has to do with a network backup drive! I think someone is selling you a bill of goods! OTOH, from what I see about this product on various sites, it's less than a perfect product.

Are you trying to use this for remote backups from another location, of just on your local network?
 

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Thank you!
I was actually sold a bill of not-so-good and I was really very naive about it at the time. No remote use - I just want to use my laptop via wireless connection at home AND have my buffalo linkstation pro hooked up to back up my computer - IF it could also back up my laptop that would just be a bonus. I appreciate your concern.
Karen
 
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