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Addonics NAS30U2 NAS 3.0 Adapter
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Addonics NAS30U2 NAS 3.0 Adapter

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The NAS 3.0 is Addonics' 3rd generation NAS adapter with up to 30% faster performance and several powerful enhancements. The new features in the NAS 3.0 adapter include support of NTFS and exFAT file system, WebDAV server, two drive volumes and a few others. The NAS 3.0 adapter enables creating a Network Attached Storage with capacity as large as 128PB and with features that rival many expensive NAS storage solutions. Any USB storage can be attached to the NAS 3.0 for sharing over the LAN or over the internet, just like your own private cloud storage. Like its predecessors, the NAS 3.0 adapter maintains the support of both SMB (Server Message Block) and the open source Samba network protocols, printer server, X-Box media server and Bit-Torrent client.

Package Contents:
; NAS30U2 NAS 3.0 Adapter; 1 x foot CAT5 Ethernet Cable; 110/220 5V Power Adapter (AAPAC5V); User Manual; Driver CD

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Item # 828922 
Manufacturer # GW9899  
brand name Addonics
Compatibility Operating Systems:; Windows OS; Mac OS X; Linux 2.6.x and above
depth 2.2"
File System Supported NTFS
height 0.9"
Interfaces/Ports 1 x RJ-45 Network; 2 x USB 2.0
model name NAS30U2
Network Standard IEEE 802.3ab
Network Technology Gigabit Ethernet
Number of Storage Devices Supported 2
Platform Supported PC; Mac
Product Name NAS30U2 NAS 3.0 Adapter
Product Type Network Storage Adapter
weight 2.75 oz
width 3.3"

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Addonics NAS30U2 NAS 3.0 Adapter 5 5 1 1
Simple setup I had read a few reviews of this and was debating between it and maybe a Lacie Cloudbox, or other NAS server, but I already had an external 1TB drive...did not need another. This took me MAYBE 10 minutes to setup. I was a little concerned because I run a mix of macs and pcs, but everything has connected without any problem. The hardest part was moving everything over to the public drive and that took two minutes (not really hard-just have to connect and reconnect the drive once). It is nice and small, so it does not add to the clutter (which i have a lot of). Next up-printer connection May 7, 2013
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