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ProductReadyNAS 314
RN31441E
Top Tower
N8850
LinkStation 420
LS420D0202
ReadyNAS 102
RN10200
Company
NETGEARThecusBuffalo TechnologyNETGEAR
Summary

Four bay Intel D2700 Atom NAS with completely revamped OS based on BTRFS with built-in antivirus

Intel i3-based eight-bay high-performance BYOD NAS with USB 3.0, HDMI & audio I/O ports.

Dual-drive Marvell Armada-powered home NAS running revamped Buffalo Linux-based OS

Two bay Marvell-powered NAS with completely revamped OS based on BTRFS with built-in antivirus

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Date added2013-07-312013-07-252013-07-182013-07-15
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System
RAID Class RAID5RAID5RAID1RAID1
OS LinuxLinuxLinuxLinux
CPU Atom-2uP-2SoC-1SoC-1
CPU DetailIntel D2700 @ 2.1 GHzIntel Core i3 2120 @ 3.3 GHzMarvell Armada 370 @ 1.2 GHzMarvell Armada 370 @ 1.2 GHz
RAM (MB)20484096512512
Upgradable
Flash (KB)409610425761024524288
Power - Normal33951416
Power - Eco
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45
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Noise Medium LowHighVery LowVery Low
FirmwareOS 6.0.82.03.081.01-0.53OS 6.0.8
Notes- 4x1 TB Enterprise drive version. Also available in diskless 2 & 8 TB desktop & enterprise drive diskful models
- Some features require downloaded apps
- Has combo USB 2.0 / eSATA port
- Has analog audio I/O ports
- Supports optional 10GbE port
4, 6 & 8 TB models also available- Diskless version. Also available in 1, 2, 4 & 6 TB diskful models
- Some features require downloaded apps
Network
# of ports2211
10GbE
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Failover
Load Balance
Aggregation
Domain / AD
IPv6
Drives
Type SATASATASATASATA
Size 3.5Both3.5Both
Number 4822
Hot Swap
Filesystem BTRFSEXT3/EXT4/XFSXFSBTRFS
Capacity (TB)0020
DriveToshiba DT01ACA series 1 TB (DT01ACA100)
Ports
USB 2.01411
USB 3.02402
eSATA2101
Serial0100
VGA0100
HDMI1100
Display
Indicators
Panel
Beeper
Network File Protocols
SMB/CIFS
AFP
NFS
HTTP
HTTPS
WebDAV
Services
FTP
Secure FTP
Print
UPnP AV
DLNA
iTunes
Download BTBT/HTTP/FTPBTBT
Volumes
Single disk
JBOD
RAID 0
RAID 1
RAID 5
RAID 5 + spare
RAID 6
RAID 10
iSCSI Target
iSCSI Initiator
RAID Expansion
RAID Migration
Backup
Manual
Scheduled
Snapshot
Rsync
Rsync custom
FTP
CIFS
NFS
Scheduled Network
Encryption
Compression
Time Machine
Windows Client
Mac OS Client
Cloud OtherS3NoneOther
Notes- ReadyNAS Vault cloud backup- Attached drive backup via user-loaded module
- Modules add ability to access Dropbox, ElephantDrive, Amazon S3 & Acronis cloud backup
NovaBACKUP Professional Backup license Included- ReadyNAS Vault cloud backup
Power Mgmt
Idle Drive
Shutdown / Startup
Restart after power fail
Wake On LAN
UPS Sync
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