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 Disk StationSOHO / Home NAS ServerDiskStationQuad-Core Multimedia NAS
ProductDisk Station
DS418j
SOHO / Home NAS Server
N2350
DiskStation
DS1817
Quad-Core Multimedia NAS
TS-453B-4G
Company
SynologyThecusSynologyQNAP
Summary

Four bay RAID 5 class NAS with one Gigabit Ethernet port powered by dual-core Realtek CPU.

Two-bay dual-core Marvell-based NAS

8 bay RAID 5 class 10 GbE NAS running on quad-core Annapurna Labs platform. Supports eSATA connected expansion cabinets

Four bay RAID 5 NAS powered by quad-core Intel Celeron J3455 processor. Optional 10 GbE support via PCIe card.

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Date added2017-09-102017-08-142017-07-252017-07-18
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System
RAID Class RAID5RAID1RAID5-10GbERAID5-10GbE
OS LinuxLinuxLinuxLinux
CPU SoC-2SoC-2SoC-4uP-4
CPU DetailDual core Realtek RTD1293 @ 1.4 GHzMarvell Armada 385 Dual Core SoC @ 1GHzQuad-core AnnaPurna Labs Alpine AL314 @ 1.7 GHzIntel Celeron J3455 quad-core @ 1.5 GHz
RAM1024104840964096
Upgradable
Flash8192524288
Power - Normal19104828
Power - Eco92418
Noise Very Low Low Medium Low Low
FirmwareDSM 6.1.3-15152 Update 13.02.02.1.a385DSM 6.1.3-151524.3.3.0188
NotesAlso supports XFS volumes- 2 10GbE copper ports built in
- RAM expandable to 8 GB
- RAM upgradable to 8 GB total
- Supports optional 10 GBe PCIe card
Network
# of ports1122
Jumbo Frames
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10GbE
Failover
Load Balance
Aggregation
Domain / AD
IPv6
Drives
Type SATASATASATASATA
Size BothBothBothBoth
Number 4284
Hot Swap
Filesystem EXT4EXT4EXT4EXT4
Capacity0
Drive
Ports
USB 2.00000
USB 3.02225
eSATA0020
Serial00n0
VGA00n0
HDMI00n2
Display
Indicators
Panel
Beeper
Network File Protocols
SMB/CIFS
AFP
NFS
HTTP
HTTPS
WebDAV
Services
FTP
Secure FTP
Print
UPnP AV
DLNA
iTunes
Download BT/HTTP/FTPBTBT/HTTP/FTPBT/HTTP/FTP
Volumes
Single disk
JBOD
RAID 0
RAID 1
RAID 5
RAID 5 + spare
RAID 6
RAID 10
iSCSI Target
iSCSI Initiator
RAID Expansion
RAID Migration
Backup
Manual
Scheduled
Snapshot
Rsync
Rsync custom
FTP
CIFS
NFS
Scheduled Network
Encryption
Compression
Time Machine
Windows Client
Mac OS Client
Cloud DropboxS3 DropboxS3
NotesCloud backup also to Amazon Drive, Amazon S3, Google Drive, OneDrive & moreCloud backup also to Amazon Drive, Amazon S3, Google Drive, OneDrive & moreAlso supports Google Drive, Amazon Glacier, Dropbox &more
Power Mgmt
Idle Drive
Shutdown / Startup
Restart after power fail
Wake On LAN
UPS Sync
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