I am also running a Synology NAS model DS918+Â
This one happens to be 4 bays.Â I like it very much.Â I have had no
trouble with it.Â I happen to be running 3 - 6tb drives.Â There is a ton
of software you can run on it.
On 24 Apr 2020 at 22:33, Dan (Dan <pctech@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>) commented
about Re: [PCTECH] Home NAS suggestions?:
> Hi David,
> Don't know if you've found a replacement yet, but I've been very happy
> my Synology NAS, even though it's either their entry-level line or close
> it.Â I know they have a lot of models with 4 bays or more.Â Can't answer
> whether they offer the other features you mentioned.Â This is my second
> NAS, BTW, after a really disappointing experience with WD's Live Book
> - Dan
> On Sun, Apr 5, 2020 at 4:36 PM David Gibbs via PcTech <
> pctech@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> > Folks:
> > My ancient ReadyNAS NV+ has finally give up its ghost.
> > Iâ??m looking for something to replace it.
> > I need at least 4 bays, failure protection, time machine support, and
> > obviously windows & Mac file share support.
> > Iâ??d prefer to get something disk less, so I can start out small and
> > increase storage as I need. Ideally a product that can support
> > disk sizes and use all the space available.
> > Any suggestions?
> > Thanks
> > David
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