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Network storage ,Nas file server .Nas 440 ftw.

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!Chuck4Abuck

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BlackArmor NAS

Business-ready network storage for up to 50 workstations.

 

  • Supports Windows® XP, Windows Vista®, and Mac OS® X 10.4.11 or later.
  • Two Ethernet ports.
  • Four USB 2.0 ports.

Flexible enough to fit your business.

Whatever you need, BlackArmor fits: single or multiddrive, portable, workstation, or network-attached storage.

 

 

Built-in service and support.

You’re not on your own. The support available includes data recovery, priority tech support, and extended warranties.

 

 

Trusted drives for over 30 years.

Energy efficient, ultra-reliable Seagate® hard drives are at the heart of BlackArmor. And all products come with a three-year limited warranty.

 

 

 

 

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Interface Ethernet Capacity 4TB PHYSICAL

Height 207mm (8.15 in) Width 160mm (6.3 in) Length 269mm (10.59 in) Weight (typical) 4800g (10.55 lb) Shipping Weight 6.08kg (13.404 lb) Features

Drive Performance SATA II Network Protocols Microsoft RALLY®; NFS; Bonjour; CIFS; HTTP; HTTPS; FTP Discovery Software for Windows & Mac check-mark.gif Active Directory check-mark.gif File Sharing Protocols NFS; CIFS; FTP; HTTPS RAID Enabled RAID 0,1,5,10, JBOD Volume Management Share folder level Access Control List (ACL) support; Volume level encryption; Quotas setting; Share management Disk Management Multi-volume management; SMART status monitor Backup Management Local backup (USB device to NAS, NAS to USB device); NAS to NAS backup; Client system backup, Bare Metal Restore over network Event Management Event email notification DLNA & iTunes Server check-mark.gif Download Server HTTP; FTP Remote Access Included check-mark.gif Backup Software for Windows 10 Licenses

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i got it on a raid 0 and my write times begin at 10mbps to 29 mbps and the read times go up to 27 mbps on a single file or a blu ray movie , at this points i have over 3tb of media on it so it has gotten to a 10 mbps write and a 22mbps of reads

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lmao naw , blu ray movies im a hd lover , each blu ray is from about 5 to 15 gb per movie so it takes alot of space just a single movie .

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Damn Chuck, I'm jealous man.

 

How does it do streaming?

 

I thought I had alot of movies with 1TB. Then again I'm not rockin the high def yet.

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