QNAP TS-639 Pro Turbo NAS Part 1


Got it delivered this morning, my new QNAP TS-639 Pro Turbo NAS

This is an awesome piece of hardware and software. For 1/3 the price of the new Drobo Elite, and much more features than an IOmega StorCenter IX4-200d, you have an iSCSI NAS that supports jumbo frame, 2 NICs with built-in failover and load balancing, a full featured UPnP media server, an iTune server and much more… All this in a quite small box that can hold up to 6 hot-plug whatever disk size!

I will post more about the device, its configuration, especially iSCSI configs… Stay tuned!

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