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QNAP NAS Guide Part 1 - Setup, RAID, Volumes IP and Shared Folders

A Guide to NAS Brands in 2020 to Buy https://nascompares.com/2020/02/07/which-nas-brand-to-buy-in-2020-a-complete-comparison/

Network Attached Storage (NAS) servers are fast becoming an essential piece of kit on the home. Everyone wants to have their own special piece of cloud storage, be it 3rd party cloud providers like Google Drive, Amazon S3 or DropBox, or their own private cloud in the form of a NAS Server at home. The appeal of being access all of your data from anywhere in the world, to back up all of your portable devices at the touch of a button and the ability to watch your entire movie collection from the comfort of your sun lounger is pretty tempting.

Then you can get a little more technical with stuff like iSCSI, Virtual Machines and SnapShots and you can have some serious yet productive fun with your NAS Server. However, with so many different NAS devices available from so many companies, you can spend days looking at them all and still be no closer to choosing the right NAS server to buy. So today we will discuss the main NAS providers and their advantages and disadvantages. By the end of this blog post, you should have a much better understanding about the difference between a Synology NAS and QNAP NAS, which is better for business between a Drobo and a Netgear and should you pick a Thecus over an Asustor.

This description contains links to SPAN.COM and Amazon. These links will take you to some of the products mentioned in today's video.

Amazon NAS Solutions - https://amzn.to/37oX47P

NAS Solutions from SPAN.COM - https://www.span.com/search/nas_space_server_space_drive/10-

Are you interested in all things data storage. Perhaps you are a Mac users and want to know if this NAS, DAS, Cable or Drive will work for you? That is where SPAN and Robbie can help. For over 20 years SPAN has been helping companies and individuals worldwide with their digital archive and storage needs. Alongside that Robbie (Robert Andrews if you want to be delightfully formal) has been spending the last few years keeping you up to date on all things data and won't shut up about it!

If you are as interested in data as we are, then you can find us in a number of ways. SPAN can be reached here SPAN - http://www.span.com. However, if you want to be kept up to date with new releases, news and keep your finger on the pulse of data storage, follow us below.

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Brian B. : Rob, Excellent video once again on your part. New QNAPTS-253D just arrived. Your videos are a life saver. Less than 30 minutes to set-up. thanks, Brian
Chris iPad : Thanks for making this wonderful video for us :)
J Lee : Any reason we don't enable 'Hot Swappable'? Thanks.
Charnjit Singh Saini : Thanks for the great information, I need your help, I stated with one single drive 4tb, now I want to add another 4tb drive with raid1 to secure data, please help me in that, how I can migrate data from the old drive to make it raid1.
Damon Partington : Advice please, I brought a TS-451DeU stupidly thinking it was rackmount version of TS-453D somehow even after watching LOADS OF SPANdot VIDS. Needs to do Plex, QVR Pro, file share with a bit of room for playing/learning/experimenting with other features. Anyway got 4x12TB Exos HDDs and 2x1TB M.2 struggling to find best way to setup storage RAID Type, Volume Type and if to use Qtier or caching or simply use M.2's as separate storage pool and put apps and performance stuff there since videos for Plex and QVR don't need M.2 performance. Ideas anyone?
Florian W : Great Video. It helps me a lot!
Az Za : Why my raid setup screen is different? I don 't have the "storage and snapshot" apps
MrStefano : Thank you for your videos, very useful. I have a question about something that you haven't explained: which are the differences in selecting Static, Thick or Thin Volumes? I see that there is indeed a lot of difference. Have you gone deep in some other videos? Or can you explain their differences and mostly when a particular type should be selected? You understand that if I select the wrong type and after having transferred all my data I realize that I should have selected another type, I might end up stuck if I don't have any extra space onto where transfer momentarily my data so to recreate from beginning the volumes with new type. :)
Claude : I got tired of waiting for Synology (existing NAS 1511+) to introduce new and updated NAS's. Switched to Qnap (TVS-872XT) and I'm here to watch your great videos and learn and apply some or all your suggestions. Thanx for your time on creating these helpful video's
Rafal Freyer : This is a lifesaver video! Thank you!

Which NAS Should You Buy in 2020? | Best QNAP Systems Compared

Today is the day we unplug and analyse the best NAS systems I've used over the past year. So prepare yourself for the uploading of everything to consider when buying a NAS.

TS-453Be: https://vtudio.com/a/?a=qnap+ts-453Be
TVS-872XT: https://vtudio.com/a/?a=qnap+tvs-872XT
TVS-872N: https://vtudio.com/a/?e=qnap+tvs-872N
TB3 Cable: https://vtudio.com/a/?e=qnap+2m+thunderbolt+3
10GBe Adapter: https://vtudio.com/a/?a=owc+thunderbolt+3+adapter
D-Link WIFI Adapter: https://vtudio.com/a/?a=d-link+ac1200+usb

G Suite's Business Plan offers Unlimited Storage: https://vtudio.com/a/?google=gsuite

A NAS allows you to connect multiple computers to storage at the same time, they also contain their own processor to do work for you in the background without needing to hog the resources of your current computer. So for example you can get them to backup your data to the cloud and scan the hard drives for errors and viruses - allowing your computer to focus on your work at hand.

The cheapest NAS presented here is the TS-453Be which is great as a first NAS and unlike units from other manufacturers it contains a PCIe upgrade slot to allow you to install a SSD/10GBe expansion card when you need extra speed.
TS-453Be: https://vtudio.com/a/?a=qnap+ts-453Be

The current kings of NAS at the moment is the TVS-x72XT range containing the fastest connections built in and a powerful 8th gen Intel processor to handle the fastest performance - yes performance is improved with a better processor.
TVS-872XT: https://vtudio.com/a/?a=qnap+tvs-872XT

A budget range of the TVS-x72XT which excludes 10GBe and Thunderbolt 3, however depending on the deal you can find - over in Australia I've found them listed at some retailers A$1,000 cheaper than the XT range, so for a value deal you can grab one and use one of the PCIe slots to upgrade to 10GBe yourself and you're set.
TVS-872N: https://vtudio.com/a/?e=qnap+tvs-872N

RAID0 - Uses all drives to create one large storage space.
RAID5 - Uses one of the drives for protection in case of drive failure - so you don't use all your data.
RAID6 - Uses two of the drives for protection - better safety, slightly slower speeds.

These NAS drives are easy to get up and running, however the hard drives in NAS systems are noisy and the current longest cables you can get are only 2 meters in length, so while it's great for temporary usage, I recommend using a 10GBe ethernet cable with a Thunderbolt 3 adapter instead - that way you get up to 100 meters in length.
Cable: https://vtudio.com/a/?e=qnap+2m+thunderbolt+3
Adapter: https://vtudio.com/a/?a=owc+thunderbolt+3+adapter

The current standard in performance speed, while you'll only get these speeds with 4 or more hard drives operating at RAID0, with a fast enough processor, it's a good idea to aim for these cables as they go up to 100 meters in length and as you grow out your system your speeds will improve.
Cable: https://vtudio.com/a/?e=10gbe+cable
10GBe to TB3 Adapter: https://vtudio.com/a/?a=owc+10gbe+ thunderbolt+3+adapter

They hog your computers resources, only allow one connection at a time, and the cable length is limited so they can be a very noisy solution.

I've been using Seagate Ironwolf Pro drives for the past few years, they have large capacities at fast operating speeds.
Seagate IronWolf Review:

All NAS systems I've used require a direct connection to a router or a WIFI dongle to connect to the internet. Connecting to the internet is a security risk, however if used cautiously with good security practices, it is great for accessing a NAS from both over the Wifi or over the Internet when required.
D-Link WIFI Adapter: https://vtudio.com/a/?a=d-link+ac1200+usb

QNAP Tech Day:

TVS-872N Review:

TVS-472XT Review: https://vtudio.com/a/?a=qnap+10gbe
TS-453Be Review:

In-Depth Setup Guide:

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CounterProductive : FreeNAS.
Taxfreejay : i stream and want to send the footage to my editors which is the right NAS system for me ? can someone point me in the right direction please.
Living With The Guzmans : Thanks for the info
Moiz RASHID : Thanks a lot for the explanation. Was on the fence between qnap ts-453be and synology 918+
Claude : great Video and very informative...I just purchased the TVS-872XT...not so happy with it right now, Noisy, problem with TB3 connection performance...im trying to setup an iTunes server...Can an iTunes server be setup on a Qnap NAS? Searched the web, I found a couple of related articles about an app called firefly for qnap , cannot be found anywhere...Thanx In Advance
mike A. : I don't know much about NAS. I've been thinking about getting one. (I'm not a power user like you!). But it seems to me you missed the most important point - it's "network" attached storage! It's your own cloud, isn't it! So you don't have to pay Apple or another company a monthly fee to store all your data, and trust all your data to a corporation and have it all stored somewhere in Antarctica or on a California fault line! And also trust your internet provider and the whole world internet network to be up and at-speed all the time! (Of course, your unit could get stolen or totally fail or something too, I guess!). Also, with something like a MacBook, you don't have storage anymore. The SSD is tiny. So if you have a lot of media for instance or do your own video production, you can save the SSD space and put it out there and access it from any source (right?).
By the way, here's an interesting point about SSD storage. With SSD and Catalina, there is no secure erase for critical files anymore. I just discovered that. As you probably know, SSD has a limited number of write cycles before it ages too much and fails. So they don't let you just overwrite data because it ages the SSD. And as I've read, storage doesn't allocate for files from a base point, it keeps allocating forward through the SSD space, to try an balance out the write cycles across the whole storage space. So if you use a large amount of the SSD space for longterm storage, the remaining space gets walked through even faster, and you risk the SSD failing sooner. So I think it's best to use as little SSD as you need, and offload to cloud storage. And then pay Apple a monthly fee for it! (By the way, the answer for secure erase is use file encryption instead.)
Sorry for the long write-up, but I thought it was interesting thing about SSD.
Nomolo Ubagabe : Don't buy any of these! All are full of advertisements and bloatware, do you really want QNAP to own your personal information? NO, build your own OpenMediaServer or FreeNAS.
bluesdealer : You mention a 2 meter limit with Thunderbolt 3. I have seen much longer Thunderbolt cables which use optical (although they seem to be quite pricey).
Here's an example of what I'm talking about: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00KTIY5Y0/ref=cm_sw_em_r_mt_dp_U_X8vVEbES7GEMQ
s0lohans : What are your thoughts about building your own NAS by putting together a PC running raid maybe and running Linux OS
s0lohans : Damn where did you get three different NAS to show LOL

[Webinar Recording] - A Complete Guide to QNAP Storage Management

The guide to walk you through the whole interface of QNAP's storage management
Jeffrey Ruppert : Do drives still need to all be the same size of can I add four 16 tb to my raid and slowly replace the 4gb over time? Last tiem I purchased a NAS was the early 2000's dang thing is starting to die on me lol..... It is also a little slow.
Janko Lupsa : Making a RAID1 for cache is kinda waste of SSD space. Since Cached data already exists on primary storage, it would be much better to use RAID0 striping to increase performance of cache using 2 SSD drives.
Jan Kadera : Hello...I don't mean no offence, but this video would be perfect for your management etc.
If this was meant for people that want to use your devices, than it fails epicly.
You speak a lot, but you don't say anything.

I'd love to to know about almost every single toppic you "cover", but I'll have to do my own research unfortunately :(
Typey1 : Hi, is it possible to install new drives in my ts-253a and smart check them for errors before the rebuild process incase i bought duff drive?
章猫文Melvin : Can NVMe used for cache while the SSDs are used as tier-0 ?
Floor Encer : Audio stops at 32:05
Manoj Adhikari : hi daniel, can i have your email id i have a query. Thanks.




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