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NETGEAR ReadyNAS 104 4-Bay Diskless Network Attached Storage (RN10400-100NAS)

by Netgear
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4-Bay
  • Safe and easy backup for all your computers and mobile devices
  • Stream movies and music with DLNA, iTunes, & PLEX
  • Enjoy and share content from all your devices, anywhere with free mobile apps
  • Automatic RAID protection against disk failure
  • Exclusive snapshot technology for recovering past versions of a file
  • 1.2GHz processor and 512MB on-board memory
  • 4-bays for 16TB maximum capacity
  • Easy drive install plus hot swap
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Technical Details

Capacity: Diskless | Style: 4-Bay
  • Number of Processors: 1
  • RAM: 0.512 GB
  • Hard Drive: 4 TB
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Product Details

Capacity: Diskless | Style Name: 4-Bay
  • Product Dimensions: 12.4 x 8.6 x 11 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 11.7 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B00BNI4CVG
  • Item model number: RN10400-100NAS
  • Average Customer Review: 3.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (131 customer reviews)
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  • Date first available at Amazon.com: March 18, 2013

Product Description

Capacity: Diskless | Style: 4-Bay

NETGEAR

ReadyNAS 104: 4-Bay Network Attached Storage


The safest way to store, stream and share your valuable content.

Perfect for all your data including large photo and movie collections, ReadyNAS makes it easy to backup all your valuable content in one secure location where you can then stream it, share it, and access it from anywhere. Not only does ReadyNAS automatically store previous versions of files with hourly backups, it is also fully compatible with the Apple Time Machine for remote or local file backup and recovery from Mac computers. Your files are safe and sound with NETGEAR ReadyNAS.


Fully featured so you can do more

Fully featured
  • Stream all your videos—Stream your movies, music and photos to DLNA-enabled smart TVs and game consoles
  • Access your files from anywhere—Wherever you are, your data is there with you. Use the ReadyCLOUD mobile app or web portal for access from any device
  • Share it all—Easily share files with friends, family and co-workers
  • Stay in sync—Keep everything up to date with the ReadyDROP sync folder
  • Store recorded surveillance footage—View, manage, and store recorded video from up to 16 IP cameras per ReadyNAS (premium feature)


Unparalleled data protection

  • Back it up—Securely back up files from your PC and Mac computer. Automatically back up your mobile photos
  • Disk failure protection—RAID 0, RAID 1, RAID 5, RAID 6, RAID 10 and XRAID disk failure protection
  • Virus protection—Real-time virus protection
  • File restoration—Hourly snapshots of your files for point-in-time recovery

High performance for the toughest tasks

  • High powered—1.2 GHz processor and 512MB on-board memory
  • Tool-less install—Easily add drives
  • Multiple USB ports—Seamlessly upload photos and videos from cameras and mobile phones
  • Hot swappable drives—Add or swap out drives without powering down


Simple and expandable

  • Easy to install—Get up and running in minutes with cloud based setup
  • Easy  to use—Drag and drop files to your ReadyNAS
  • Do more—Add new functionality from our ever expanding library of apps
  • Expand as you go—Up to 16TB of capacity

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  ReadyNAS 100 Series ReadyNAS 300 Series
 
RN104

RN10400

Capacity
Memory 512MB DDR3 512MB DDR3 2GB DDR3 2GB DDR3 2GB DDR3
No. of bays 2 4 2 4 6
No. of current users 1-5 1-5 6-25 6-25 6-25
Maximum Solution Capacity 8TB 16TB 28TB (w/ EDA500) 56TB (w/ EDA500) 64TB (w/ EDA500)
CPU
Processor—Marvel Armada 370 1.2 GHz      
Processor—Atom Dual Core 2.1 GHz    
Supported Drive Types
2.5 SATA/SSD Support
3.5 SATA Support
Ports
Gigabit LAN ports 1 2 2 2 2
eSATA ports 0 0 1 2 2
USB 2.0 ports 1 1 1 1 1
USB 3.0 ports 2 2 2 2 2
Additional Features
LCD Display    
Supports Media Transcoding    
Supports EDA500 Expansion    
Package Contents
  • ReadyNAS 104
  • 2 hard drive trays—Tool-less installation
  • ReadyNAS OS 6.0 Installation Guide
  • Power cord
  • Ethernet cable
  • ReadyNAS Installation and Resource CD
System Requirements
  • Ethernet connection
  • Hard disk drive or drives from NETGEAR Hardware Compatibility List (if purchased a diskless system)
Supported Operating Systems
  • Microsoft Windows 8
  • Microsoft Windows 7
  • Microsoft Windows Vista
  • Appke Macintosh OS X
  • Linux, UNIX, Solaris
  • Apple iOS
  • Google Android
Supported Browsers
  • Microsoft Internet Explorer 9.0+
  • Apple Safari, 5.0+
  • Google Chrome 20+
  • Mozilla Firefox 14+

If you have difficulty accessing the local admin page or if you notice unexpected behavior try using another browser.


Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

This was easy to set up and has been very easy to use.
Todd Trekell
At this point, I have so much time invested in trying to get this to work with no end in sight, I am going to just cut my losses and buy a better quality NAS.
wg7
Having had bad experience with Netgear customer support, as a general rule I do not buy Netgear products.
SanjeevP

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

105 of 109 people found the following review helpful By knitting ninja TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on October 1, 2013
Style Name: 2-BaySize Name: 2 TB Vine Customer Review of Free Product ( What's this? )
The ReadyNAS I was shipped came with a pair of Toshiba DT01ACA100 drives - 7,200 RPM drives Toshiba touts as being engineered for high performance and low power for cooler operation. I compared it to my Synology DiskStation 2-Bay (Diskless) Network Attached Storage (DS213j) using Seagate NAS drives (two ST3000VN000). As for price, the units are within a few bucks of each other if you buy them diskless.

HARDWARE COMPARISON:

This is where Netgear really shines. Both the ReadyNAS and the Diskstation sport single core 1.2 GHz processors and 512 MB DDR3 RAM. But ReadyNAS sports two USB 3.0 ports and one USB 2.0 compared to Synology's two USB 2.0 ports. ReadyNAS has an eSATA expansion port and Synology does not. ReadyNAS has quick tool-less disk access and a metal enclosure. To get to the Synology drives you need a screw driver to open the plastic housing. ReadyNAS drives are also hot swappable. Power consumption for Wake on LAN for ReadyNAS is 1.0W compared to Synology's 3.65W while hibernating.

SOFTWARE COMPARISON:

Synology rules the software arena for user interface and ease of management. While both use a web browser for management on the LAN, ReadyNAS has a web browser look and feel while the Synology has a more intuitive desktop theme. But theme aside, Synology is just plain easier to use. For instance, to access a movie/song/photo via my phone from the DiskStation I just installed the media server package on the NAS and the free apps on my phone. On ReadyNAS the same task requires installing Plex media server, creating a Plex account, buying the Plex app and managing more passwords.
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24 of 26 people found the following review helpful By Gee on July 1, 2013
Style Name: 4-BaySize Name: Diskless Verified Purchase
So I had 10 years worth of digital photos, plenty of video footage, some music, plus Gigas of documents from tax records to academic work, all of them on a bunch of CDs, DVDs and USB disks of all makes and ages. I wanted everything organized, accessible readily by any of the devices on my home network (Mac, PCs and tablet), and accessible from any remote place with internet. Also I wanted some protection against hardware failure. And for privacy did not want all my data stored in the cloud.

I finally ordered a diskless readynas 104 and bought separately 4 WD drives. Installing the drives was easy, maybe a few minutes per drive without even the need for a screw driver. Then I connected the readynas to the power supply and plugged it to my ATT rooter and powered it on. The nas started by updating its firmware, then displayed its IP on the little screen on the front. I entered the IP in my laptop's browser and logged on the nas. The process was super easy. The nas was already creating a Raid 5 partition on my 4 disks -exactly what I wanted. It took the readynas about 36 hours to create the 8 Tera partition (5.2T usable, 2.8T for data redundancy). Once my partition was ready, I started copying my data and configuring the different services. I ended up shutting down most services, keeping only Samba for file sharing between Mac, Windows and Linux. I switched on the resident anti-virus (which updated itself automatically) and configured the readynas remote application to access data from any place with internet, far the comfort of home. I ended up setting up the Itune server and Plex to stream music and movies -just because I can.

I have been using the nas for one week and only scratched the surface of the possibilities here.
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By P. Lee on December 5, 2013
Style Name: 2-BaySize Name: 1 TB
I received this ReadyNAS 102 as part of a Friends and Family program at Netgear.

Pro: Solid built, hot swap capability, quiet, easy to setup, ReadyCloud, Snapshots, mobile app support.

Con: The layout of the interface maybe a bit confusing at first, especially if you want to get more specific.

I have been a Synology user for the past 5 years, and I have never looked at any other NAS brand since because synology satisfies all my needs. However, after trying out the ReadyNAS for few weeks, I have the following to say:

I like synology because it's almost like running a linux in a mini desktop, it has a lot built-in services that can be easily configured. But synology is not very serious on protecting the data, it solely relies on RAID to do the data redundancy.

What I like about ReadyNAS, it's engineered with 'data' in focus, all it does is about 'data' (after all, it is a Network Attached STORAGE), and all the configurations and functions are all focused to serve and protect the data. Two of the biggest features that stand out to me are the ReadyCLOUD and the Snapshot. The ReadyCLOUD is brilliant, I no longer need to remember my NAS' domain name, just login readyCLOUD website, and there is my data in my home NAS, Drag'nDrop files directly to my browser and it will be put into my NAS, no need to setup Samba or NFS or anything, just a browser will do. The Snapshot feature adds additional confidences to the safety of my data, knowing that if I accidentally removed some files, the NAS will recover it for me with a click of a button. After few weeks of using, I feel a lot more confident to keep my important files on ReadyNAS than on my Synology, and that's exactly what I did, moved all my important data to ReadyNAS.
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