Quick question. I want to connect an Iomega REV drive into my ethernet network. Obv the REV drive is a USB/Firewire device.. I have looked everywhere for details on how I might connect this device. I don't want to plug it into a comuter on the network. Is there such a thing as a coupler for USB to Ethernet? Or some device that will allow me to plug this into my Netgear switch?
There are such things as USB Ethernet adapters but those are not going to allow you to use the IOMega Rev as a network attached storage (NAS) device. The Rev needs a computer to control accesses to the
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Plug in the external drive you wish to encrypt:
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