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Thanks CN... you covered that much better than I could have.

On the card size... I have the W-03 32Gig.
Based on my 2017 usage, I estimate that card will last about 26 years.

Ya... For $30, just get the 16gb card and save $10.
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(07-26-2017, 08:53 PM)CB91710 Wrote: On the card size...  I have the W-03 32Gig.
Based on my 2017 usage, I estimate that card will last about 26 years.

Thanks Rich!


Do you actually use the FlashAir Drive feature that Toshiba says only works on the W-03 model card or do the files transfer to the computer to use with SleepyHead just by using FlashPAP or Sleepy Head (both of which I have already downloaded today but haven't installed until I get the FlashAir card)?

"Internet pass thru function enables the Internet connection using other access points through FlashAir™.
By connecting to an access point that is connected to Internet, you will have the access to Internet and
FlashAir™ at the same time."

This kind of sounds like you could access either the FlashAir card OR the internet unless you use this Internet Pass thru function.  I would have thought that you could configure the FlashAir card to connect wirelessly to your WiFI access point just as do the iPhones, and other WiFi devices.  

Is this the case, so for our purposes you don't even need to use the Internet Pass Through Feature either?
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(07-26-2017, 10:41 PM)biyahero Wrote:  I would have thought that you could configure the FlashAir card to connect wirelessly to your WiFI access point just as do the iPhones, and other WiFi devices.  
You are correct!  A direct connection to an AP is the preferred method, along with a static IP.   The FlashAir acts like any wireless device on your network.  You supply the SSID, password, IP, and subnet mask to its configuration file.

(07-26-2017, 10:41 PM)biyahero Wrote: . . . so for our purposes you don't even need to use the Internet Pass Through Feature either?
No.  (Sorry for being so wordy)
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(07-26-2017, 11:29 PM)Crimson Nape Wrote:
(07-26-2017, 10:41 PM)biyahero Wrote: .   .   .  so for our purposes you don't even need to use the Internet Pass Through Feature either?
No.  (Sorry for being so wordy)

Haha! Thanks so much for all the helpful information Crimson Nape! 
Now on to look for a card...

Thanks
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