A good NAS Storage device....

Discussion in 'Storage Devices' started by Karanislove, Apr 15, 2012.

  1. Karanislove

    Karanislove It's D Grav80 Of Luv

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    Hello everyone...... I am looking forward to buy a NAS storage device that comes with good software...

    Thanks in advance.....
     
  2. RHochstenbach

    RHochstenbach Administrator Staff Member

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    I would suggest one from Synology, have lots of features :)
    (welcome back btw :))
     
  3. Karanislove

    Karanislove It's D Grav80 Of Luv

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  4. RHochstenbach

    RHochstenbach Administrator Staff Member

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    The reviews look really positive and it has a big set of features, so I personally would buy it.
     
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  5. Karanislove

    Karanislove It's D Grav80 Of Luv

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    Thanks for the help...
     
  6. donkey42

    donkey42 plank

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    Karan (islove) is that really you ?

    well back- skutt14 me sideways, with a pickaxe handle!


    why do you want a NAS that comes with software [ot]Win boy[/ot] genarally Bufallo NAS's are usually resonably priced.

    personally i have an old LinkStation Lite (LS-CHL) which will have Debi on it and any OSS i choose to throw at it, when i decide to reassemble it & sort this WRT3500L with tomato on it but a disabled DHCP server :doh:
     
  7. Karanislove

    Karanislove It's D Grav80 Of Luv

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    donkey42...Good to c u again bro.... I looked at your profile and it wasnt telling me about your last login... :O !

    About NAS! I would like to keep my data in RAID.....I like your server idea but it requires lot of space....Debi....any Linux operating system...i dont know how to use!, data i wanna keep on the hard drive are my pictures, which i dont want to lose:( More suggestions??
     
  8. Karanislove

    Karanislove It's D Grav80 Of Luv

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    [ot]good to see your posts...you are on second place....[/ot]
     
  9. donkey42

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    probably cos i'm "STILL" learning stuff and don't usually have time 4 HWF:(

    i meant i have an old LinkStation which will have Debian or other firmware thrown at it.
    and DHCP is disabled by default so i used DHCP server in old Zyxel P660H-D1 to access WNR3500L

    I might use WNR3500L as a dev board, dunno, yet!
    well, have you considered just slinging another HDD in the box ?
    [ot]second place ? :confused:[/ot]
     
  10. Karanislove

    Karanislove It's D Grav80 Of Luv

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    atleast you are still up with computer stuff....I have no time for computerz as m too busy with my business....

    but how do you store your data?? do you have RAID system in it??? Sata HDD? fast enough on network??


    second place in total number of posts....if you check the members list.... on the right hand side you are on number 2...you got the second most posts over here...

    I was thinking about your first post on this website.....wasnt it about Storage aswell???:O
     
  11. donkey42

    donkey42 plank

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    what do you actually do (job)


    well I've 2 :swear: (Win boxes) both with SATA HDD and a few dismantled boxes (mostly IDE) a dismantled NAS (SATA inside) I'm curious about RAID and RAIN (multiple NICs, kinda similar to RAID), USB pens



    now you just trying to give me big head [ot]but which head[/ot] & you'd think i would know what i was talking about by now, wouldn't you

    no idea, could have being

    BTW: I've come a long way for a plank
     
  12. FEC_80

    FEC_80 Geek Trainee

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    this one is very cheap.... http://www.freenas.org/.and seems to be quite often used by other people so...
    Perhaps if you have some spare time left....

    I havent started building my own because im a little new to this and i am first planning to build a home-router using alpine ,but it was the best one I,ve and often mentioned I found during on of my nightly research sessions.

    In any ways. good luck..
     

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