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    I'm going to setup a home network with storage with RAID 1 (up to 1T capacity). Anyone has good suggestion for stable and realible NAS and HDD ??
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    External Network 1000GB 1TB NAS Hard Drive with RAID on eBay, also, Internal External Hard Drives, Drives Storage, Computing (end time 06-Aug-08 21:50:51 BST)

    Doesn't say what hdd model it is but I've had a Samsung Spinpoint and it's the quietest drive I've had.
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    I use a QNAP 209 Pro with 2x 600GB Raid 1

    QNAP TS-109 TS-209 TS-409 @ QNAPStore.com - TS-209 Pro

    Its a bit expensive but what pushed me to purchase is all this:

    Powerful 12-in-1 NAS Server

    File Server
    The principle purpose of file server is for data storage and sharing. Data security and access management are the major concerns of most users. The Turbo NAS allows server manager to create user ID and password, and define the authority and quota for each user. Thus, personal data stored on the Turbo NAS is well protected.

    FTP Server
    Having troubles with sending large files by e-mail due to the limited capacity? You can establish your own FTP server by using the Turbo NAS. You can manage the access authority of the FTP server and share your files with your friends or customers easily in a few steps.

    Backup Server
    QNAP's Turbo NAS brings you the enterprise-class technology to make backup extremely simple and efficient! The intelligent automatic backup software, NetBak Replicator, is provided for users to perform real-time synchronization or schedule backup from multiple PCs to the Turbo NAS. The NAS also supports third party backup software, e.g. Acronis True Image, CA BrightStor ARCserver Backup, EMC Retrospect, etc.

    Encrypted Remote Replication
    Encrypted remote replication provides high level of data protection. Files can be backed up from the Turbo NAS to other QNAP NAS products in remote locations. Advanced options including data compression, block-level incremental backup, and data synchronization are supported to optimize the bandwidth and time for data backup.

    Web Server with Built-in phpMyAdmin, Joomla!
    With the built-in phpMyAdmin, Joomla!, MySQL and SQLite, SMB and SOHO users can easily set up their own web server. With the editable php.ini support, there is no need of going through all the hassles of setting up a web server. You can either develop programs by yourself or download a variety of open-sourced applications, such as online shops, forums, blogs, etc.

    MySQL Server
    The Turbo NAS is the most affordable choice as a standalone database server for system integrators. It can be flexibly applied in various deployments such as a database server of another web server in remote site or as an additional backup database server to achieve system redundancy.

    Printer Server
    You can share your printer device over the network by simply connecting a USB printer (max. 3 sets) to the Turbo NAS's USB port and enabling the printer sharing function.

    UPnP Media Server (with built-in TwonkyMedia Server)
    The Turbo NAS is a perfect media storage center and works well with UPnP/ DLNA (Digital Living Network Alliance) compliant DMA. You can use the Turbo NAS and the DMP to play the digital image or video on TV or listen to music or Internet radio without using any PC. The upgrade in DLNA TwonkyMedia version 4.4.5 on QNAP NAS supports the most popular DivX video streaming to and playing by Sony PS3. The music, image, and video sharing function of PS3 on the network is further exerted. Moreover, the Turbo NAS Pro series all supports NFS and NFS high-definition (HD) DMA player connection to stream and play HD videos. The NAS can also be connected to XBMC (modded from Xbox gaming console) via samba for media playing. The high compatibility, energy-saving and reliable features have made QNAP NAS the first choice for setting up the digital home multimedia centre.

    Image Files Backup
    Now you can share photos with your customers by the Turbo NAS. By uploading your photos to the Turbo NAS, the server automatically generates a web-based photo album with thumbnails and details, such as date, resolution, focal length, and aperture. You can browse and share the digital photos in a convenient way!

    Download Station
    The Turbo NAS serves as a continuous download machine without turning on your PC. The Turbo NAS supports download through BitTorrent, FTP, and HTTP. For BitTorrent download, brand-new BT Engine is embedded with the Turbo NAS. Users will enjoy the super high speed through TCP/ UDP, and encrypted BT download function. Meanwhile, DHT (Distributed Hash Tables) is also supported.

    Tunes Server
    Music fans and Apple enthusiasts will be certainly rocked by the coolest music-sharing feature of the Turbo NAS! All your MP3 music can be collectively stored and streamed to Mac or Windows PC. It supports the playlist which users can just turn on the iTunes program and enjoy all the music around your home network!

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    thanks guy !! have anyone used Lacie NAS before ?

 

 

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