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Old 05-05-2012, 14:36   #16
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Re: Network transfer with the Superhub

Originally Posted by Mick Fisher View Post
I believe you but really have no comment except to say that, for me, the superhub was nothing short of a disaster.

In fact I can think of nothing positive to say about the wretched device whatsoever.
To be fair it's been the same for me as well. The LAN ports on both my test Superhubs like to randomly drop data and I see no reason why - yet they work fine if I stop the Superhub booting up properly :P

Personally I'm unlikely to trust it to do anything in particular until I get OpenWRT running on it, which will probably take the better part of a year.
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