More and more people are turning to network attached storage (NAS) as an alternative for PC-based servers to store their digital contents due to native NAS advantages such as low power consumption, small size, and easy installation/setup. The QNAP TS-210 Turbo NAS is an economic two-drive storage solution for prosumers and SOHO users who want a NAS with compelling features, solid performance, low power consumption and high reliability.
Incorporating a Marvell CPU and DDRII RAM, the power consumption of the TS-210 Turbo NAS in operation is much less than that of a PC. The TS-210 offers features more often found in much higher end NAS servers, including built-in iSCSI target service, policy-based unauthorized IP blocking, SNMP (Simple Network Management Protocol), remote replication, a Gigabit LAN port, and 3 USB ports.
The TS-210 Turbo NAS is not only an ideal storage server but also a multimedia station to enhance your home entertainment experience. The built-in UPnP/DLNA media server of the Turbo NAS supports gaming consoles for media playing and the NAS works well with NFS-supported High-Definition (HD) digital media players.
Flexible built-in iSCSI target service
With the built-in iSCSI target feature, the NAS can be an ideal solution for backup or storage expansion. Small business and SOHO users can easily create dedicated virtual drives on the NAS for their PCs or existing servers. The iSCSI drives on the NAS can be formatted as file system and used as local drives.
S.M.A.R.T. and advanced HDD Health Scanning (HHS)
The NAS supports Hard Disk Drive S.M.A.R.T. (Self-Monitoring Analysis and Reporting Technology) for monitoring the hard drive status. Moreover, the NAS is embedded with HHS Technology which supports disk checking and bad blocks scanning.
The NAS supports the majority of USB UPS devices (USB hid-ups supported) which enables the users to store the data in time and avoid critical data loss when power outage occurs during data transfer.
Encrypted remote replication
The data on the NAS can be backed up to or from another Turbo NAS over the network securely.
Support Windows AD
The Windows AD feature enables server manager to import user accounts from AD domain to NAS to reduce the time and effort for account setup, and users can use the same set of login name and password.
Web File Manager
The NAS provides Web File Manager for you to easily download, upload, and manage the files on the server by web browser.
Ease of user and share folder management
The NAS supports batch creation of users and share folders to save the time and effort of the server manager in account and folder creation. For the security of Windows network environment, server managers can hide or show network share folders.
Hard disk standby
You can configure the hard disks to enter standby mode if there is no disk access within the specified period.
Schedule power on/off
The flexible schedule power on/off feature is now provided on the NAS for IT administrators to manage the NAS server's up time according to the working hours. You can set the time for automatic system power on, power off, or restart on any days of the week.
Auto power on after power loss
You can configure the NAS to turn on/off when the AC power resumes after a power loss.
The fan rotation speed is automatically adjusted according to the server's temperature. You can also define the system temperatures to trigger high speed or low speed rotation of the fan. By manually setting the fan rotation speed, the fan will rotate at the defined speed continuously.
Instant SMS/email alert
You can configure the SMTP server and SMSC server settings on the NAS in order to receive instant system warning or error messages by email or SMS.
SNMP (Simple Network Management Protocol)
Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP) is widely used in network management systems to monitor network attached devices. You can set up SNMP trap for alerting via SNMP and there can be up to 3 SNMP trap addresses. Besides, you can also choose the system event log level in SNMP.
SSL secure certificate
The administrator can upload a secure certificate and an RSA private key in X.509PEM format issued by a trusted provider in order to allow the users to access the NAS by secure SSL login.
DDNS supportProduct Highlights
You can register a unique domain name from a DDNS service provider and assign it to your NAS. Your users can access the NAS by the domain name instead of the IP address.
- Complete backup solution
- Cross-platform data sharing and storage center
- Secure data storage, access, and sharing
- Powerful all-in-one server
- Powerful system management tools