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I have a TV satellite receiver that has a USB port to connect an external HDD to it. In another room, I've got an ESXi server with plenty storage in RAID and stuff. I want to have the TV receiver write to that storage, one way or another. I'm thinking a WIFI USB dongle that simulates a storage device would cut it.
I've seen some older questions around here on the subject but I'd like to see something fresh. The devices mentioned have pretty ... shy performances, or are windows only or support only specific media formats and that sort of trouble. I need something generic, accepting any file read/write, that behaves well and has decent reviews (just in case I will have occasional other uses for it, specifically having in mind file transfers which I currently do using a usb stick).
later edit: due to being marked as duplicate, but it's really not. First of all, the referred has no accepted answer. And I as well cannot accept any of the 2 answers, because: - ium drive, apparently, cannot be bought. I cannot find any place to buy it from (new). - the IGRS linksee has bad reviews and very bad features. Size limitations are awful, to say the least. It is unusable for media recording. But I already mentioned these, at a broad level. Not to mention that it's OOS.
To sum it: old question (2010), old answers, old products, bad/weak features, bad reviews, out of stock.
I need something that is usable, has a minimum acceptable feature set considering my use-case scenario described (storage size upper limit at the TB level, file size upper limit 8GB+, read-write, plus working in my setup as explained).
And of course, something I can actually buy "today", not 3 years ago.