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August 6, 2007, 08:03 AM
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I may have missed it during the read, but I was wondering if they list an upper limit to what size HD it can manage. 1T (hard to believe that's what we've got now... :) ) may be the upper limit of HD space now, but I suspect it won't be long before that's breached.
My only concern (as with all devices which can be accessed from the `net) would be security. Is there a firmware update function to address any issues that might come up?
The specifications list 1TB internal and 1TB external (through USB/eSATA) as the max HD size so it appears there is a limit there at the 1TB mark.
Yes, there is built in firmware update. Very easy and simple through the web based interface. You can even start from a newer firmware when doing the quick setup wizard for the first time. It provides the ability to point to whichever firmware you want, the current that it ships with is the default.
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