Summary: i had previously a dlink sharecentre puls320 and after buying that and having it over a year i bought the zyxel and wat a transformation speed is brilliant and to the people who said it was noisy mine is very very low in noise not like the sharestation, from opening the box it looks very similair too dlink but rthat where it ends the software that is built in is fantastic i could not praze the box enough from setting up to using it with the cd that came with it.
Summary: I have used a few different NAS-servers before and this is absolutely the best value for the money. Rich in features including personal cloud and printer server. Speed is not spectacular but one of the best for the money. Good "additional" programs can be installed for your needs, including automatic data backup/replication to the external disk or other NAS. Highly recommend.
Summary: #Don't waste your money if you also want waste your time (Original title) Sorry about my poor english. When I was setup everything according to the handbook and turned the power on, the SYS LED keeps flashing and couldn't boot anyway. I've tried reset for about 5 times but still didn't work. So, I google it and find there are many people have the same problem, and it seems the only way to fix it by yourself is buy a RS - 232 cable and flash it by yourself.
Summary: Take your time to read through the set up guides and plan your network development carefully. Full remote access is possible if you have the ability to configure port mapping on your network ISP router. This is great if you want to access your files from a friends house, or work. Well worth the time it took to set up.
Summary: Completely new to NAS setup and was dreading setting this one up. Checked all the reviews (unfortunately no one seemed to mention printers with this model) then bit the bullet and bought the NSA320 from Amazon. Inserting the hard drive (well I just bought one 2Tb drive to start with) was a breeze. Not being a techie I opted to just set it up as a jbod rather than Raid. Plugged in the mains and network cable and fired up the computer. From there on in it was quite simple.
Summary: I've had this about a month now and am impressed with its performance. Upon arrival I was impressed by its small size; it's only a little bigger than the two hard drives it encloses. I installed two 2TB WD SATA6 hard drives without any issues and it recognised, formatted and configured them as RAID0 in a few minutes.