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QNAP TS-419P+-US Diskless System 4-Bay Turbo NAS Server with iSCSI for SMB and SOHO Users

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  • Tower
  • Diskless System
  • Marvell 1.6GHz CPU Processor
  • 2 x 10/100/1000M
  • 4 x USB 2.0 port (Front: 1; Back: 3)

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  • Limited Warranty period (parts): 2 years
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  • Ron
  • 12/12/2011 10:08:40 AM
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year

5 out of 5 eggsExcellent Product! Very Versatile!

Pros: Easy deployment, using in an environment with macs and pcs, more than 50 computers attached, each with its own mapped drive and backup setup. Web software is very easy to use, and setting it up as an FTP server was extremely easy and is super easy for the end-user to use. It has its own file management page built in, where users can login with their custom user name and password with no need to download special ftp client software. It does everything you need it to do, at an extremely low price compared to other products that offer this kind of versatility! I also love that this NAS can be used as a Time Machine drive for Macs. And with quota management options, you can ensure that one user doesn't take all the space on the drive. I could go on and on. Just buy it :)

Cons: A little weird with mapped drives - sometimes it drops the authentication on the client machine and the drive has to be clicked on before programs that rely on that connection can use it. It doesn't forget the username and password, but rather just doesn't realize it's connected until the user actually opens up My Computer and double clicks on the drive. Then, whatever programs rely on it can do their thing. Weirdest thing, but definitely not a deal-breaker, considering the price!

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  • dlb
  • 8/24/2011 5:38:27 AM
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year

1 out of 5 eggsTS-419P+ NOT so great for me

Pros: 4 bay Up to 12 TB, RAID capable 2.5 or 3.5 drives supported

Cons: Buggy Firmware and poor support from QNAP

Other Thoughts: I ran into issues with my 4 brand new 2TB hard drives (purchased from Newegg) that are on QNAP's official compatible list.

Basically there is random dropping of a hard drive every third boot up of the QNAP. This of course requires a rebuild of the RAID. I have the latest firmware and have tried older previous version of firmware as well (older versions made the problem worse/more frequent).

QNAP's tech support solution was to replace the new hard drives I just bought with something else because they felt it seemed like a compatibility issue (may need to take this drive off your compatible list QNAP).

I was also offered the option to pay for shipping to send the QNAP in for evaluation. If they found that their set of hard drives (not the same as what I am using) works OK I could pay the shipping to get the unit back. If their HDDs had problems they would repair the unit.

Needless to say I am not too impressed with QNAP and their support. My first and last QNAP

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  • Slash-2CPU
  • 7/18/2011 1:46:44 PM
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year

1 out of 5 eggsTime Machine Broken

Pros: Worked well for the first 4 months I owned it.

Cons: Latest Firmware as of July 18th does not support Time Machine with Mac OS X 10.7. 10.6.8 works fine, but 10.7 is broken.

Other Thoughts: If you think it is OK to spend about a grand on a box and drives to get 4 months of useful life out of them, then this is a great product. If you think that not supporting a current production product and not updating features accordingly is unacceptable, then do not buy one. I have never bought anything that became outdated so fast, and while still in production for that matter.

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  • T3
  • 7/13/2011 10:22:47 AM
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsFlawless

Pros: User interface well designed and intuitive. Brought up cold with 4 new disks, worked perfectly. Pros too many to mention, happy with performance, extremely well designed. I'm using RAID5, was trivial to set up. I like being able to ssh to the unit and work directly with the operating system.

Cons: For me the administrative interface is too fancy, gaudy with all the cute little icons. Please try to make it look more professional. Yes, that's my only silly "con" LoL

Other Thoughts: I hope I can put larger disks in it

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  • JJB
  • 5/19/2011 1:33:15 PM
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year

4 out of 5 eggsWorks well

Pros: RAID5 works flawlessly.
Great QNAP online support forum.
I use this with 4 x 2TB Samsung HDs, use the web server and the Twonky media server.

Cons: Firmware is sometimes a bit buggy, but the QNAP support usually iron things out. The UPS support currently doesn't work as designed.

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  • debushau
  • 5/11/2011 5:09:11 PM
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year

5 out of 5 eggsNAS and other things too

Pros: Great form factor, compact, well made and classy. Real easy to put disks in and take them out. It does NAS but it can also act as a web server, UPnp media station, torrent downloader, IP camera backup, rsync server, and a whole bunch of other things via the QKPG packaging system. The firmware updates are frequent and so new features are added. I messed around with Freenas and Unraid but it really wasn't worth the trouble - this is far superior and has much lower power consumption.

Cons: Be careful about the drives you select, some common WD drives dont play well. This model has the Marvell/ARM processor and it's a bit marginal from a performance perspective. It's also not compatible with some of the add-in software, e.g., can't transcode.

Other Thoughts: These are really mini servers. However, I would probably stretch for an atom based model if I was going to use it for non-NAS features or if I wanted high performance.

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  • DanDaMan
  • 4/19/2011 11:25:23 AM
  • Ownership: 1 day to 1 week

4 out of 5 eggsWorth the Money

Pros: This unit does everything, from allowing you to have IP video cameras dump video to serving up music and video to your phone. Supports 3TB drives for up to 8TB of storage using RAID 5 or 12TB of storage with RAID 0 striping. Wow, that's a lot of data. Supports Rsync for data integrity. I'm syncing data between two of these, one in another part of the state.

Cons: Also kind of a con, it does so much. It really took me several days to figure it all out. If you're looking for a plug and go NAS this isn't it.

Other Thoughts: The QMobile app for Android is a little buggy but still works fine. Make sure if you're planning on using this feature you have a good upstream connection from your ISP.

Do yourself a favor and look over the full feature list at QNAPs site. It even supports UPSs, and will gracefully shutdown after a predetermined time.

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  • Phil
  • 3/19/2011 9:17:17 PM
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsWOW - so easy!

Pros: Easy to use.

Management interface is straight forward and simple to understand.

Quiet, runs cool.

Alerts you when (and which) drive fails.

Quick setup.

Supports port trunking (Round Robin, fail over, balance XOR, etc.)

UPS support for unattended shutdown (see website for compatible devices)

Everything else. You won't be disappointed.

Cons: None. Both have performed flawlessly.

Other Thoughts: I would not recommend using Western Digital WD20EARS drives. I had 6 of 12 drives fail within 30 minutes. Spend a little more and get a real 7,200 RPM drive.

I have two of these on my home network, both are populated with (4) 2 terabyte drives from Samsung. The second NAS is a mirror of the first. Replication was very easy to set up between the two and every night the second NAS gets and incremental copy of the first.

I would love to see a VFD display in future Qnap devices, but that would drive the cost up just a bit more.

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  • Propofol
  • 12/30/2010 1:23:52 PM
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsUpdate on the noise....

Pros: see my first post. Still going strong and remains super quiet.

Cons: Cost.

Other Thoughts: Last night I was working on moving files to the NAS. The noise got a bit louder than what it was when it first started doing it. This drove me nuts. This is what I found:

I shut the server down and removed the drives in order to take a look inside. As you look inside the box, you will see some wires that connect the LCD display and the motherboard. This was the culprit. What I did was get a couple of zip ties and tied them down to the frame where the drives mount. NO MORE NOISE !!!!!!!

I am very happy with this unit. I will eventually upgrade to the 800 series unless 2TB drives get cheaper. I am anxiously awaiting for the 3TB drives to become cheaper and for QNAP to release a firmware update. They said they are currently in testing for such thing.

Hope this helps with your decision to get one. Later dudes.

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  • propofol
  • 12/29/2010 8:38:48 AM
  • Ownership: 1 day to 1 week
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsA Must have if you need a NAS

Pros: Fast, compact, light, easy to configure even for a non network user. Included easy setup guide. Everything is included except the drives.

Cons: It can be a bit loud if you set this unit next to your computer. Mine sits next to my iMac on my desk in my home office. I've gotten used to the sound of the 7200 rpm drives. Occasionally, the harmonics caused by the drives spinning will make the unit's enclousure make a light buzz sound. As I write this, it is not doing that but I think as it gets a bit warm, the metal expands and therefore you get such light buzz. This should not deter you from getting the unit. I placed a desktop lamp on top of it and it not longer does it. Unless you have a server room in your house, then you will not care for this. I plan to move mine onto one of my bookshelves later. Otherwise, this is very minor and should not have any weight on your decision to buy this great unit.

Other Thoughts: I have mine setup with four drives totaling 4.5 TB on a RAID 5 configuration. It took me about 1 to 1.5 hours to setup everything and that was even with me writing down my chosen settings. The RAID configuration took about 15-20 minutes for it to tell me it was ready. I t was easy to find under my iMac. However, under Windows XP/Vista on my laptops made required a bit more finagling to set up things, but they are running smooth. The video capabilities are fine as long as you don't over task the NAS.

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