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Netgear RND2000-200 ReadyNAS Duo v2 Diskless 2-Bay/USB 3.0 Network Storage for Home/SoHo Users - Latest Generation

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  • ReadyNAS Remote: Private cloud remote / mobile access app
  • ReadyNAS Photos II: Private photo-sharing app (HD support)
  • ReadyNAS ReadyDLNA: DLNA media streaming app
  • ReadyNAS X-RAID2: Automatic RAID management and expansion
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Hardware Interface usb3.0 ethernet usb3.0 ethernet
Hard Disk Size 6 TB 4 TB 4 TB 4 TB
Dimensions 6.7 inches x 11.5 inches x 10.3 inches 11.03 inches x 12.45 inches x 8.59 inches 11.5 inches x 6.7 inches x 10.3 inches 11.03 inches x 12.45 inches x 8.59 inches
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Technical Details

Style: ReadyNAS Duo, Diskless (0TB)
  • Contains External Power Adapter

Product Details

Style: ReadyNAS Duo, Diskless (0TB)
  • Product Dimensions: 11.5 x 10.3 x 6.7 inches ; 6.4 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 7.3 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B0063E3ZPO
  • Item model number: RND2000-200NAS
  • Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (56 customer reviews)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: November 6, 2011

Product Description

Style: ReadyNAS Duo, Diskless (0TB)

Product Description

ReadyNAS Duo v2 enables Home/SoHo users to create their own private cloud so they can access their music, photos, videos, and documents from anywhere in the world. Twice as fast as the previous generation, ReadyNAS Duo v2 features a 1.6 GHz processor and two new USB 3.0 ports. It also features a new RAIDiator 5 user interface and an enhanced ReadyNAS Photos II photo-sharing application.

From the Manufacturer

NETGEARReadyNAS Duo v2 (Diskless)RND2000-200

Advanced Performance for Home Networks

ReadyNAS Duo v2 allows the creation of your own private cloud for accessing music, photos, videos, and documents from anywhere in the world. Featuring a streamlined interface optimized for the home user, these second generation products are equipped with a 1.6 GHz CPU for faster processing and in an industry first, two USB 3.0 ports for improved transfer rates.

The NETGEAR Difference – ReadyNAS Duo v2
  • Peerless Simplicity
  • Optimum Price and Performance
  • Painless Service and Support
Applications
  • Photos II – Private photo sharing
  • ReadyNAS Remote – Access files from mobile device
  • Transmission – Bit torrent client

Simplicity

  • Easy-To-Use – Complete set-up in less than 8 clicks
  • Expandable – Hot-swappable drives for zero downtime expansion
  • Manage Remotely – Secure access from mobile devices

Performance

  • Backup Speed – Powerful processor and USB 3.0 for fast backup
  • Share – Manage and safely share photos
  • Media Server – DLNA compatible for media streaming

Support

  • App Library – Active add-on community (ReadyNAS.com)
  • Unmatched Support – Technical support by phone and 3-year warranty
  • Market Leader – #1 network storage vendor in the world
ReadyNAS Awards and Recognition
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ReadyNAS Duo v2
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Open view
ReadyNAS Duo v2 open view

Choose the right ReadyNAS

ReadyNAS NV+ v2 and DuoReadyNAS Ultra and Ultra PlusReadyNAS Pro
 Duo v2
NV+ v2
Pro 2
Pro 4
Pro 6
 Affordable network storage for the home with standard media sharing and backup features.Advanced home and home office network storage with advanced media sharing and backup features.Business class network storage for server/workstation backup or extra capacity for application servers.
Hardware   
Supports 1TB & 2TB SATADuo v2: 2-bay
NV+ v2: 4-bay
Ultra 2 & Ultra 2 Plus: 2-bay
Ultra 4 & Ultra 4 Plus: 4-bay
Ultra 6 & Ultra 6 Plus: 6-bay
Pro 2: 2-bay
Pro 4: 4-bay
Pro 6: 6-bay
Ports(1) Gb LAN, (1) USB 2.0, (2) USB 3.0(2) 1Gb LAN, (1) USB 2.0, (2) USB 3.0, iSCSI Support(2) 1Gb LAN, (1) USB 2.0, (2) USB 3.0, iSCSI Support
Disk ManagementReadyNAS X-RAID2, JBOD, RAID 0, 1ReadyNAS X-RAID2, JBOD, RAID 0, 1, 5ReadyNAS X-RAID2, JBOD, RAID 0, 1, 5, 10
Performance   
SpeedFastFasterFastest
CPU1.6 GHz Marvell single-coreUltra: Intel Atom single-core
Ultra Plus: Intel Atom dual-core
Pro 2: 1.8 GHz Intel Atom Dual Core
Pro 4: 1.66 GHz Intel Atom Dual Core
Pro 6: 2.66 GHz Intel Atom Dual Core
Memory256 MB1 GB1 GB
Applications   
RAIDiator for simple set-up, configuation and monitoringyesyesyes
Photos II for easy photo storage and sharingyesyesyes
Memeo premium backup licenseyesyesyes
ReadyNAS Remote for secure iOS or Android access yes* yes* yes*
BitTorrent for peer-to-peer downloading yes* yes* yes*
ReadyNAS Vault for backup to the cloud  yes* yes*
Media shifting to DNLA devices/consoles  yes* yes*
Mobile transcoding for media streaming to iOS/Andriod  yes* yes*
ReadyNAS Replicate for easy off-site disaster recovery  yes* yes*
Back-up TiVo Content  yes* yes*
Service   
Warranty Terms3 years3 years5 years

*Available as software download through ReadyNAS.com

Technical Specifications

Package Contents
  • ReadyNAS Duo 2
  • 2 hard disk trays
  • Quick Installation Guide
  • Warranty card
  • Power adapter
  • Power cable
  • Ethernet cable
  • ReadyNAS Installation CD
  • ReadyNAS Discovery Utility
  • CDP (continuous data protection) backup software for Windows and Mac clients
  • Kensington lock security hole
  • Dimension: h x w x d 142 x 101 x 220 mm (5.60 x 3.98 x 8.66 in)
  • Weight: 2.12 kg/4.67 lb without disks
Backup
  • Integrated Backup Manager
  • Programmable backup button
  • Backup to/from CIFS/NFS/FTP/HTTP
  • Backup to/from USB disks
  • ReadyNAS Vault online backup with subscription option
  • Bundled backup software: CDP (continuous data protection) backup software for Windows and Mac clients
USB Device Support
  • USB HDD and flash drives
  • UPS monitoring and auto shutdown

Customer Reviews

Setup was easy.
mc
I probably won't buy any Netgear product ever again after this experience.
EyeReviewStuffSometimes
It's an outstanding value even as a basic NAS.
frank j webster

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

78 of 82 people found the following review helpful By EyeReviewStuffSometimes on January 11, 2012
Style Name: ReadyNAS Duo, Diskless (0TB) Verified Purchase
Updated***

4-11-13
Short and Sweet - NETGEAR SUPPORT IS HORRIBLE. The hardware is very good. The firmware has it's ups and downs. It's very stable but some things are broken (USB 3.0 support) and overly complicated(photo app that requires you to login to Netgear's servers to access your own server).

If you want a quick and easy NAS for local backups(Mac TimeMachine users beware)or file sharing it does the job well. If you're a power user you can get much more mileage out of this. It's a Debian Linux based server. If you want to use USB 3.0 devices, the built-in photo sharing server/service, are in need of a print server or a web server you're better off going with another device unless you are a power user. When I say power user I mean someone who understands the linux shell or who has excellent reading comprehension and plenty of time on their hands to get those things running.

I've had zero hardware failures. This thing is incredibly stable. Knock another $30 off the price and it would be great for a computer science major's dorm room or apartment (as long as they use Windows.)

I originally wrote that if you wanted something to work out of the box this wasn't the NAS for you. This NAS could work out of the box for you depending on your needs. I still can't give it any more than 1 star because you just cannot rely on any customer support from Netgear. The forums they provide have great power users and engineers who may or may not try to help you. You have the option of paying for support after the initial support period ends but I can't recommend paying for the privilege of being lied to or left with unresolved help desk tickets. Great hardware with no reliable support is going to add up to 1 star for most end-users.
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23 of 25 people found the following review helpful By cheapskate on March 30, 2012
Style Name: ReadyNAS Duo, Diskless (0TB) Verified Purchase
Everything started out fine. Unboxed it. Marvelled at it's small size. Installed my two sata disks. Installed the software on my laptop. Fired it up and began configuring. It took a couple of hours for the new drives to sync, that's to be expected.

Afterwards I began setting some of the power options. There's an area to set it to sleep during certain hours. I chose to have it sleep from 12am to 8am. It sounds perfectly reasonable to me.

The problem is with the default firmware v5.3.3 it will NEVER wake-up. Pressing the power and reset does nothing. Unplugging and replugging does nothing. You have two options, either send it back or disassemble the unit to remove the motherboard battery. The entire operation involved about 10 screws, and the removing of 3 circuit boards to get to the battery. After that it started up again. I immediately unchecked the sleep mode option. This took about an hour to do.

It took quite a bit of digging to find this solution, and the firmware update to fix this bug was only just released in 3/2012.

Lastly. I hoped for better "media serving" capabilities, but as with all things PC, the uPnP and DLNA features are weak.

So for now it just small quiet network storage for me.

update...

I struggled for a while with the storage disappearing from the network. I was unable to view or use any of the folders. It would come back after a reboot. I never knew what caused it.

Netgear released another update which seemed to fix that issue too. It has been stable for over a month. I'm moving more files to it now that it has seemed to stablize.
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35 of 42 people found the following review helpful By ScOObydoo VINE VOICE on August 25, 2012
Style Name: ReadyNAS Duo, 2TB (2 x 1TB) Vine Customer Review of Free Product ( What's this? )
In reading the reviews here, you'd probably think that the Netgear ReadyNAS Duo v2 is a piece of junk - and quite honestly, even I thought the same. Thankfully, things could not be any more incorrect - the RND2210 is a rock solid NAS.

But first some background - I run a house full of Netgear equipment. From routers, to a duo of Readynas Ultra 2 Plus units syncing to each other. I've set up several of the ReadyNAS units, going all the way back to when they were sold by Infrant.

The Duo v2 looks exactly the same as my (more expensive) Ultra 2 plus, and that brings me to my first complaint about these units - the naming is pathetic. At my local Fry's store, they stock all the different ReadyNAS units, and unless you spend a week researching, you won't have a clue what all the differences are. Some run Atom, some Marvell, some are USB 2.0 only, others have USB 3.0.

The names don't make things much easier either - who is supposed to know the actual differences between the ReadyNAS DUO V2 and the ReadyNAS Ultra V2?

OK - on to the setup. I already have Raidiator on my PC - this is the software used to detect and configure these units. It instantly found the new device, and detected the drives. Within a few minutes, I had my system up and running.

Test 1 - copy media files to one of the shares and stream to my Google TV unit.

This test went as should be expected - perfectly, and just as well, because this is the most basic thing you should expect from a NAS. File copies to the unit were done at 60MB/s - very snappy for a NAS (Gigabit, Jumbo frames off an SSD equipped desktop). Similar copies OFF the unit went at a staggering 112MB/s.
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