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i used this for about a year before moving to a qnap.

the functionality is bare, but if you get it set up for local file sharing and maybe non 4k Plex, it's pretty stable.

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Has anyone used this or using this?
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Has anyone used this or using this?
edit - N/M I have the F2-220
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Has anyone used this or using this?
I've been using this and I don't recommend. It does not support VPN server or client. You should pay more for Qnap for Synology.
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I'm sorry but Chinese software and hardware. I find it hard to trust it with my local storage/backup. I'll pick a Taiwanese solutions over this which are more superior.
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I've been using it for a couple years. I upgraded the RAM, added a VGA out, and installed Xpenology. I quit using it for Plex but it does all my automation tasks real well.
This one has an ARM processor, not Intel, so I don't think you can run Xpenology. I have an older Terramaster with an Intel processor that I run Xpenology on, but I don't think that can be done on this model.
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Has anyone used this or using this?
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This one has an ARM processor, not Intel, so I don't think you can run Xpenology. I have an older Terramaster with an Intel processor that I run Xpenology on, but I don't think that can be done on this model.
Oof, that's a bummer. Mine does have Intel. Thought it was the same model#
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I've been using this and I don't recommend. It does not support VPN server or client. You should pay more for Qnap for Synology.
Thanks
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Only 1GB of non-upgradable RAM shake head

Research a bit and you can build your own NAS with FreeNAS S/W for less than $500, even a lot less if you are patient and don't have an imminent need for a server.
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I've been using this and I don't recommend. It does not support VPN server or client. You should pay more for Qnap for Synology.
I have 2xQNAP and 2xSynology, I prefer Synology.
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I'm sorry but Chinese software and hardware. I find it hard to trust it with my local storage/backup. I'll pick a Taiwanese solutions over this which are more superior.
Could you link one please?
I find that to be an interesting idea.
Thanks
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Could you link one please?
I find that to be an interesting idea.
Thanks
been using this for over 2 years, was a bit tricky initially setting up, getting win 10 to find its ip address was a learning experience. Also be sure to have your router assign a fixed dhcp address to it nerwork ip - you dont want that changing.

https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01BBXM...-FbFX40CR7
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I have 2xQNAP and 2xSynology, I prefer Synology.
Thanks. would you mind ellaborating why you prefer Synology?

Also, is there any monthly subscription if setting up VPN on these entities?
Haven't done any research yet.
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Thanks. would you mind ellaborating why you prefer Synology?

Also, is there any monthly subscription if setting up VPN on these entities?
Haven't done any research yet.
I have only used synology. I find them updating the software very often and even after owning one for like 8 years. The Software is very good and almost everything is easy to setup.

To setup a VPN; you would need to setup a vpn server which free since it is your hardware and your bandwidth.
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