I have a small network of less than 10 macs, all on ethernet connected to a centrally located switch. We have a Snow Leopard Server for storing and sharing about 300 GB of documents amongs the users and I currently have it setup to let all the macs backup to an external drive connected to it and enabled for Time Machine. We have a fiberoptic line connecting our building to another building about 500 m away. Initially, this line was used to access a router but now we are going to move the router into our building. But, the fiber line will still be available and we would like to use it to send an offsite backup over. What should we do? We could purchase a Time Capsule and put it in the other building but would we then disable the Time Machine on the server and have all the clients AND the server backup over the fiber line to the Time Capsule? Can I backup the Time Machine backups to the Time Capsule? What I mean is, leave all the clients backing up to the server and then backup the server to a remote time capsule? Would that even work? If the main building burnt could I restore the Time Machine backups to a drive and then from there restore them to client? Any advice will be appreciated.