Summary: It is pretty bad. Most of the features listed work, but only barely, and the performance is terrible. Some notable features that do not work: - iscsi. This won't matter for most people, but if you were hoping to use this for iscsi you should definitely look elsewhere.
Summary: We had some issues seting up the readyNAS because I did not complete the setup all at one time. Now that it is up and running it seems smooth and easy to interface with. I am still in the process of moving everything from my HD & Smaller externals so everything will be in one place.
They not only have amazing upload and download speed (both on the network locally ...
18 February 2015
Summary: OK so I don't write many reviews on items that I figure I'm "reviewing" by either spending my money on them or not. But the NetGear NAS 312 and 314 are everything I've been wanting in NAS systems.
Summary: In my opinion, you know that infrastructure technology is really working when you just forget that it is there. That is what has happened with me and my ReadyNAS or my review would have been posted much, much earlier.
Summary: Received this storage device FREE from Netgear as part of a test program. Been using for 4+ months and so far have loved it. It is super convenient being able to access any documents/photos/ etc from any computer with internet access. Wonderful system, small and doesn't take much space, convenient.
Great home server solution for Windows/Mac backups, iTunes server, PLEX, TiVo backups, network shares and cloud replacement. A+
Dish Soap, Amazon
8 January 2015
Summary: I am a home user who has used various light-weight server solutions over the years. My first foray was an HP network share appliance that used a proprietary OS before home servers were popular. From there, I built a Windows Home Server (first generation of the OS).