Reviews and Problems with Netgear ReadyNAS 102 RN10200
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Good for Mid-level Techie. Stable
18 August 2015
Summary: This is my first NAS i ever purchased. So the setup and workings were all new to me. I dived in with both feet and hoped for the best. The first thing I did was I tested the flexibility of XRAID. I had two WD RED NAS drives. one was a 1tb and the other was 2tb.
Pros: -Stable and easy to understand interface. -Stable firmware (no data corruption freezes, etc) -eSATA and usb3 and gigabit networking -XRAID is awesome and flexible. (main reason why i got it) -Love the disk spin-down feature -RUNS BTSYNC !!! (main reason why I got it) -Native APC UPS monitoring an...
Summary: If you really like Netgear, buy the 4-bay RN104 with drives pre-installed; this will stop the tech support blame-game. Otherwise save them the inconvenience of having to answer your calls and buy another brand!
Pros: Good basic unit. Easy online access. Pretty black case.
Cons: This model does NOT support vertical expansion by replacing drives with larger ones. All supporting documentation is contrary to this fact. Manuals(digital) are also not up to date, and are of little help in setting up advanced functions. Support is a joke. Stock answer is to backup data (6TB to ...
Technical support is essentially useless, IF you can reach them and have 2-3 ...
Revel D., Amazon
26 June 2015
Summary: Technical support is essentially useless, IF you can reach them and have 2-3 hours to interact. They never could get the readynas remote to work. The device is buggy requiring reboots to stay connected.
Summary: Firstly I think I should mention my degree of expertise at installing IT related items. Frankly not a lot, although I am prepared to research and persevere - I have had failures particularly with routers before where, despite technical help I never succeeded.
Summary: A quick background: I use this server as my primary server for my home network which runs two HTPCs (Home Theater Personal Computer) and all media content is stored on this NAS. Also four tablets pull DLNA media off of this server as well. One HTPC runs all day long with my kids at home.