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Old 08-06-2013, 12:21 PM   #1
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5bays raid5 NAS recommendation

anyone got any recommendation?
and best place to get cheap price?
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Old 14-06-2013, 11:31 AM   #2
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Just build a DIY NAS.

I am using the below Hardware, price are from Fuwell, as correct as May 2013, price may change a little, should not be much:

Fractal Design Node 304 - $129
Asus P8H77-I + Haswell 2120 - $253
Kingston DDR3 4GB x 2 - $86
Seasonic S12II Bronze 80+ 520w - $89

Total damage $557

Optional upgrade, get a Lan card, as the MB one is alittle slow, i have extra, therefore i didn't purchase this.

I am running FreeNas 8. Very cost effective and this is for a home setup for file sharing at home. I have not bought any DNS, so currently sharing is on local.

Using 3TB WD RED x 3 of them, running RAID 5
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Old 14-06-2013, 01:19 PM   #3
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Just build a DIY NAS.

I am using the below Hardware, price are from Fuwell, as correct as May 2013, price may change a little, should not be much:

Fractal Design Node 304 - $129
Asus P8H77-I + Haswell 2120 - $253
Kingston DDR3 4GB x 2 - $86
Seasonic S12II Bronze 80+ 520w - $89

Total damage $557

Optional upgrade, get a Lan card, as the MB one is alittle slow, i have extra, therefore i didn't purchase this.

I am running FreeNas 8. Very cost effective and this is for a home setup for file sharing at home. I have not bought any DNS, so currently sharing is on local.

Using 3TB WD RED x 3 of them, running RAID 5
what's the power consumption like?

btw you don't need to "buy DNS" to get remote access... see this OpenVPN on FreeNAS 8.2 | The Joe Paetzel Method
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what's the power consumption like?

btw you don't need to "buy DNS" to get remote access... see this OpenVPN on FreeNAS 8.2 | The Joe Paetzel Method
Maybe using My Republic.
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what's the power consumption like?

btw you don't need to "buy DNS" to get remote access... see this OpenVPN on FreeNAS 8.2 | The Joe Paetzel Method
DynDNS that is mentioned in the guide you shared no longer provide FREE service. It cost $25USD per year currently

Used to be free many years back, when i am still using a DLink Nas
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DynDNS that is mentioned in the guide you shared no longer provide FREE service. It cost $25USD per year currently

Used to be free many years back, when i am still using a DLink Nas
Using Synology's own free DyDNS service
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If you got Asus router can use their default one. I'm using it btw.
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DynDNS that is mentioned in the guide you shared no longer provide FREE service. It cost $25USD per year currently

Used to be free many years back, when i am still using a DLink Nas
you can still register it for free with "dlink"
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what's the power consumption like?

btw you don't need to "buy DNS" to get remote access... see this OpenVPN on FreeNAS 8.2 | The Joe Paetzel Method
yea,...i'm wonder the power consumption too... any idea?
as i'm using QNAP for low power consumption... planning for an upgrade.

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