Synology Disk Station DS109j - Unidad RAID (Serial ATA II, 3.5", EXT3,NTFS, 0,03125 GB, CIFS, AFP (3.1), FTP, NFS, Telnet/SSH, 810 g)
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Descripción del producto
Cantidad de puertos USB 2.0: 3
Capacidad de RAM: 0,03125 GB
Certificación: FCC Class B, CE Class B, BSMI Class B
Dimensiones (Ancho x Profundidad x Altura): 160 x 218 x 63 mm
Ethernet LAN (RJ-45) cantidad de puertos: 1
Interfaz de unidad de almacenamiento: Serial ATA II
Intervalo de temperatura operativa: 5 - 35 °C
LEDs de conectividad: Y
Link / Act LED: Si
Peso: 810 g
Protocolos de red compatibles: CIFS, AFP (3.1), FTP, NFS, Telnet/SSH
Requisitos de energía: 100 - 240 V AC, 50/60 Hz
Sistemas de archivos soportados: EXT3,NTFS
Sistemas operativos compatibles: -Windows 2000,\n-Mac OS X 10.3,\n-Linux.
Tamaño de la unidad de almacenamiento: 3.5"
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Before I begin listing all the features with this unit, let me start with the User Interface (UI). The first thing that blew me away was the UI of this product. The UI is written in AJAX, which is the latest and greatest with web design / content. It almost feels like you are running a standalone PC application over any internet browser.
Now on to the features:
FTP - First of a kind server with built in SSL technology to transfer data securely.
SAMBA - Works seamlessly with PS3 and XBOX 360. Used to watch High Def content, with no hi-cups in streaming.
DNLA - Stream media content to DNLA compatible sources. Used with my Samsung 52" LCD TV.
Web Server - PHP, MySQL, and Apache are built in. Can act as a web hosting server.
Windows Shared Drive - All computers in my house can access the drive via Windows Explorer.
iTunes Server - Can share your music to your iPod, iTouch, iPhones etc.
Print Server - Can share up to 2 printers throughout your entire network.
Folder access restrictions - Can set level of usage for each user or group.
There is just way too many features to list!! I can keep going on and on. [...].
I hope this was helpful to you! Thanks for reading.
Puzzling through the settings to set up the first DS209j DiskStation took a while. Unless you have configured routers, firewalls, ftp and the like, the learning curve can be daunting. The Synology web site has white papers, knowledgebase and forum to help with the plunge into the icy waters of NAS configuration. However configuring the second DiskStation was easy since the DS109j and DS209j use the same interface.
One plus is that the DS109j's disk drive mount differs from the DS209j in that the SATA connection does not use a cable, making installing the drive foolproof. I mention this because I installed the DS209j's second drive incorrectly -- the right angle to straight connector cable was swapped end for end -- so there was strain on the connector. For a while I was marveling at the poor layout until I caught on to how Synology thought the cable would be used.
All in all the two DiskStations provide a relatively inexpensive solution -- compared to other NAS boxes I researched -- that offers good protection.
I have had it for a few years. I just moved it to a different location and had to unplug and replug it. It will now not power on, no matter what I do. It's dead, I had to remove the hard drive and will likely buy a new NAS. It seems synology (and Drobo) are the only NAS with positive reviews, so I guess I will have to get another one similar to this product. I hope it lasts longer.