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What To Do When Expansion Doesn’t Start

Saturday, June 4th, 2011

The Netgear ReadyNAS network attached storage device is designed to allow for easy upgrade and expansion.  The ReadyNAS can be configured to operate in a number of different RAID modes: X-RAID (Duo, NV+ and earlier models) X-RAID2 (Ultra and Pro models) X-RAID2 with dual-redundancy (6-bay models only and must start with at least 4 drives […]

CPU Specs of the ReadyNAS

Friday, December 3rd, 2010

Don’t take this as gospel, but I believe the CPU specs are as follows: Sparc Line Duo – sparc-based IT3107 NV+ – sparc-based IT3107 Ultra Line Ultra2 – 1.8 GHz Atom D425 (single core) [Update: Starting May 2011 Ultra2 will ship with 1.5 GHz CPU; performance difference is minimal, if any; price decreased by $100.] […]

Using the ReadyNAS to create a Network UPS for PCs

Friday, October 8th, 2010

The ReadyNAS can issue “UPS commands” to other devices, effectively allowing your UPS to be networked and shutdown client PCs. I’ve got my UPS connected to the NAS and setup using the procedure below. Basically, you need to install WinNUT on your PC.  Instructions for OSX and Linux can be found below. You also need […]

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