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The ReadyNAS NV+ RND4000 is a network-attached storage device from Netgear.

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Pros

supports X-RAID, Netgear's proprietary RAID format with managed volume expansion

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easy to set up and configure with the well written instruction manual

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Cons

power supply reliability issues - might need replacing during the product's lifetime

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some features are not Linux compatible, such as the print server

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requires a firmware update in order to enable basic SSH functionality

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loud internal fan - not ideal if placed in proximity to an HTPC for media serving

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web interface uses annoying alert pop ups for every confirmation

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The ReadyNAS NV+ RND4000 is a network-attached storage device from Netgear. Although the RND4000 is diskless, models with up to four terabytes of storage capacity are available, in the form of four hot-swappable disks. The ReadyNAS NV+ connects via ethernet to a home network, and with a hard drive, provides storage space available to all computer on that network.  Systems are pre-configured in X-RAID mode and support RAID 0, 1, and 5. The device supports Macs, and integrates with DLNA-certified products like the Playstation 3 for media streaming. Advanced backup and print serving capabilities are among other key features.

Features

  • Ethernet 10/100/1000
  • Up to 4 hot-swappable disks
  • X-RAID + RAID 0, 1, 5
  • LCD display
  • Built-in, customizable backup support
  • Advanced data recovery
  • Print server
  • SATA/SATA II compatibility
  • 3 USB ports
  • Mac/PC
Model Variations

  • Netgear ReadyNAS NV+ RND4000
    • No disk
  • Netgear ReadyNAS NV+ RND4250
    • 2 x 500 GB = 1TB
  • Netgear ReadyNAS NV+ RND4450
    • 4 x 500 GB = 2TB
  • Netgear ReadyNAS NV+ RND4210
    • 2 x 1000 GB = 2TB
  • Netgear ReadyNAS NV+ RND4410
    • 4 x 1000 GB = 4TB

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