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General

Manufacturer Cisco Buffalo Technology
Model NSS322D02-k9 WS-RV4.0TL/R5
Lowest Price $1,006.99 Compare Cisco NSS322D02-k9 prices $1,199.99 Compare Buffalo Technology WS-RV4.0TL/R5 prices
Warranty 3 years limited 1 year limited

Ports

RJ45 Ports 2 x 10/100/1000M 2 x 10/100/1000M
USB Ports 5 x USB2.0 2 x USB3.0 + 2 x USB2.0
eSATA Ports Yes No
Other Ports 1 VGA (recovery only) 1 x VGA

Storage

Drive Bays 2 4
Hard Disk Interface 2 x SATA 4 x SATA
Hard Disk Size 2TB (2x1TB) 4TB
Rotational Speed 7200RPM 7200RPM

Features

Cisco Smart Storage combines class-leading performance with affordability and ease of use.

It can be set up in minutes, and is easy to configure and manage with a straightforward, browser-based interface.

Built-in and add-on applications extend usage beyond storage, giving you more for your money.

To protect your investment, Cisco Small Business Pro Service is available, offering you afforable 3-year peace-of-mind coverage.

File System
- Internal: EXT3, EXT4
- External EXT3, EXT4, NTFS, FAT32

Networking
- TCP/IP IPv4 & IPv6 Dual Stack
- Dual Gigabit Ethernet with Jumbo Frame
- Multi-IP Setting, Port Trunking, Failover, 802.3ad
- DHCP Client, DHCP Server
- UPnP & Bonjour Discovery

AES 256-bit volume based data encryption

Support for PKG applications

DLNA 1.5 Certified

Real time & background photo transcoding

Supports UPnP & DLNA Media players such as Game consoles (PlayStation3, PSP, Xbox 360), Media Adapters, Mobile Devices (e.g. iphone/iPod Touch/iPad with UPnP/DLNA Application)

Supported formats: video (asf, flv, f1v, f4v, mp4, mpeg), audio (mp3, wav), picture (bmp, gif, jpg, png)
Front loading hot swap hard drives with lockable front panel

Active Directory support

Disk quota (soft quota) support prevents users/groups from consuming too much disk space

DFS (Distributed File System) support

Hot swap hard drive trays behind the front panel for easy drive access and replacement

Large silent fan cools hard drive efficiently

Advanced ventilation design reduces internal heat

LCD Display shows important TeraStation information and disk status

Form Factor

Dimensions 5.91"(H) x 4.02"(W) x 8.5"(D) 16.9" x 16.5" x 1.7"
Weight 3.84 lbs. lbs 19.9 lbs. lbs
Form Factor 2-Bay 1U

Networking

Data Link Protocol
Network Interface Controller Ethernet 1000 Mb-s
DLNA Certified Yes No

Hardware

Standards IEEE 802.3, IEEE 802.3u IEEE 802.3, IEEE 802.3u, IEEE 802.3ab
Supported Protocols CIFS/SMB, AFP, NFS, FTP, FTPS (explicit), HTTP, HTTPS, Telnet, SSH, iSCSI, SNMP, SMTP, SMSC Networking: TCP/IP
File Sharing: CIFS/SMB, AFP, HTTP/HTTPS, FTP/FTPS/SFTP, NFS
Directory Integration: LDAP, Active Directory
Time Synchronization: NTP
Processor Intel Atom D510 1.66GHz (Dual Core) Intel Atom 1.66 GHz Dual Core
Memory RAM: 1GB DDR II
Flash: 512MB
2 GB RAM
RAID Single disk, JBOD, RAID 0/1
Online RAID capacity expansion
Online RAID Level Migration
RAID Recovery
RAID 0, 1, 5 and JBOD
LEDs Status, LAN, USB, eSATA, HDD Power/ status LEDs OLED display
Power AC Input 100-240V, 50-60Hz, Energy Star V Rated 100-240 VAC 50/60Hz
Temperature 0°C - 40 °C 0°C - 40 °C
Humidity 0-95% RH (non-condensing) 20-80% Humidity (non-condensing)

Software

Operating System Linux 2.6 Client OS Support: Windows 7 (32-bit/64-bit), Windows Vista (32-bit/64-bit), Windows XP, Windows 2000, Windows Server 2008, Windows Server 2003, Windows 2000 Server
Management Disk Management:
Multiple RAID, Online RAID Capacity Expansion, Onine RAID Level Migration, Disk usage status management Check disk (Check Linux file system), HDD S.M.A.R.T., Bad blocks scan, AES 256-bit volume-based encryption, Built-in iSCSI target service

Access Right Management:
Max user accounts: 4096, Max groups: 512, Max share folders 512
DDNS: [yourname].lgnas.com
Active Directory: Supported
Media Streaming Server: DLNA
Download Server: BitTorrent
PC-NAS Sync: Supported
Music Server: iTunes
Smartphone: Data Copy, Stream Supported
USB Camera: Supported

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