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Qnap TS-412-US 4-Bay USB 2.0 NAS Server

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  • NAS + iSCSI storage solution
  • Flexible multiple LUNs management
  • Secure IP SAN environment deployment
  • CPU Marvell 6281 1.2GHz
  • Flash Memory 16MB
  • Hard Disk Drive 4 x 3.5" or 2.5" SATA I/II hard disk drive (HDD)
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Technical Details

  • 1.Web File Manager: Turbo NAS provides a web-based management interface Web File Manager for you to access and manage the server data anytime, anywhere by a web browser. Web File Manager supports intelligent data search, batch files upload and download, file extraction, and so on. With the support for encrypted data transfer and access control management on the NAS, you can access and share the data by Web File Manager securely.
  • 2.Apple Time Machine Backup and Management Available: Mac users can back up data from MacBooks to the NAS via Time Machine. This feature largely saves the storage space of your MacBooks. You can also specify the storage space dedicated to Time Machine backup on the NAS and manage the backup data easily via the web-based administration interface.
  • 3.One-touch-copy Backup: You can configure the one-touch-copy button on the front of the NAS to copy the data from the NAS to an external storage device or vice versa. The NAS supports EXT3/EXT4; NTFS, FAT32 and HFS+ file systems for high speed data transfer and enhanced compatibility between the NAS and Windows PC or Mac OS X
  • 4.Remote Replication: The data on the NAS can be backed up to or from another Turbo NAS or Rsync server over the network.
  • 5.ISO CD/DVD Archiving and Sharing: Turbo NAS supports mounting ISO images of CD and DVD discs as network shares for data archiving, storage, and sharing. This feature saves the space for storing the physical discs, reduces the risk of data loss caused by disc wearing and tearing, and enhances the performance of data sharing on a business network.
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 7 x 9.2 x 7.1 inches ; 6.6 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 15.8 pounds
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • Item model number: TS-412-US
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (20 customer reviews)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: January 17, 2011

Product Description

Introducing the QNAP TS-412 NAS server for home use, an easy to use networked storage center for the ultimate digital home entertainment experience. QNAP Turbo NAS servers are a new approach for sharing digital photos, music, and movies/videos, and keeping home computers backed up. You can easily view photos, listen to music, and even watch Full HD 1080p movies on a widescreen TV or projector streamed from the NAS over the network through PS3, Xbox 360, or other network media players. You can share multimedia content with family and friends wherever they are on the Internet by web browsers. iPhone/iPod touch/iPad and Android users can browse shared photos or listen to their music collections anywhere with 3G or Wi-Fi connection by streaming content directly to the device no sync required. QNAP NAS brings to life the ultimate in digital home theater enjoyment.

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

The basic NAS features work fine.
Amazon Customer
I will probably not buy another QNAP box even though the ratings always seem good and the higher end boxes seem to have quantum leap performance improvements.
M. Posey
QNAP just makes great affordable very robust easy to use Network Attached Storage devices.

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

52 of 52 people found the following review helpful By Diwakar on September 11, 2011
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This is the first NAS, I have ever owned. I did a lot of research and was undecided between Synology 411j and QNAP and then between QNAP 412, 419P+ or 439s. Kept changing my budget from anywhere between $360 to $660 as you can see from the range of products I was looking at.

My usage is of a typical home user. I set out with the following goals:
- Be able to stream up to 1080P media to few machines and TV at home.
- Put up a personal cloud for browsing my content on road.
- Android/iPhone support.
- Provide WAN access to my parents and sister to view my media.
- Have good and granular user level control over the shared stuff.
- More storage (3TB support) per bay. Don't have many old hard drives lying around that made sense even with Synology's SHR, so although SHR looked good on paper but was personally not a big point for me.
- Hot swap capability. Again only during your initial testing phase you may make more use of this.
- And at some time in future play around with iSCSI, VDD, setting up web server etc, just to satisfy the engineer in me :)

TS-412 has accomplished each task and much more with aplomb !!

Things I have tried and have worked well :

- Did firmware update from installed 3.3.9 to 3.5 as soon as the device came.
- Installed WD30EZRX - Western Digital's 3TB Green Drive (on sale these days) and officially NOT IN SUPPORTED LIST on Qnap's site.
- The drive is working well and stays around 32C temp. Since it is NOT an enterprise drive, I have used Qnap's power management features to spin down these drives after 20min of no activity and to shut down the system from 1AM to 8 AM. We'll see if this helps.
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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Adalberto Castelo on May 22, 2011
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The Qnap TS-412 is my first NAS device. Before selecting it I looked at Drobo and Synology models. My conclusion based on other users' reviews and a feature-by-feature comparison was that the Qnap offers a good feature set, excellent performance and excellent reliability (not as many features as the other two, specially in how it handles multiple-sized disk combos, but it shines on the other two criteria). The services provided by the box (time machine ready, itunes server, upnp media streaming, on-line backup, etc.) scratch every itch I had in my home network, and the administrative interface is polished and easy to use. I'd definitely recommend the Qnap TS-412 as a complete home/small business NAS solution.
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16 of 21 people found the following review helpful By M. Posey on July 16, 2013
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This review will be based on my experience with the unit. It's not intended to
refute the "successes" of the others that have reviewed this box. I do not
intend to assert that after "Detailed Study", it's the boxes fault. That
said, on with the review.

This box is AN ORNAMENT. It is entirely well suited to placing in ones
office with lights flashing so others think, "WOW, is that cool or what?".
It is only a NAS in that it does attach to a network. And, it does have
storage. I guess that's enough. But, as a flexible, functional, RAID
server, it is NOT!

I bought this NAS/RAID Server to replace my Promise NS4300N RAID file
servers which were getting long in the tooth. Hell, I bought an extra
one as a warm backup/standby. Well, go figure, both my NS4300N boxes
died almost simultaneously. I was able to transfer all their data
just in time to the TS412.

It was just in time because the 3TB file transfer on a GBit ethernet
to the TS412 took DAYS! Shortly after that, the last NS4300N finally
gave it up.

I am now backing up the primary TS412 on my secondary TS412.
According to the NAS, the remaining time is...... 13 DAYS! That's
13 days for a 5TB transfer on GBit Ethernet. The 412s are right
next to each other connected by a 3 foot Cat6 cable. I utilized the
fact that they have 2 network interfaces. I set them up to do
backup so as not to busy the primary network. The bandwidth
usage graph for that interface shows less than 7MB/s! Remember,
point to point over 3 ft Cat6 with no intervening hardware....
7MB/s! Must be the processor? Nope... less than 50% utilization.
Must be the Memory? Nope... 60% physical/12% virtual utilization.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By JGL on February 9, 2014
I had purchased this NAS in order to backup Window's Laptop and my Mac Mini. After setting up the machine at home I had no issues getting my Laptop to recognize the NAS and utilize it for backup. However, after I started to work in setting up the NAS for my Mac I ran into issue after issue. I started to find several forums of which describes this as an inherent flaw of QNAP.

I had continued to persist after days of debugging with no avail so I called QNAPs tech support. After having two of their technician's look at the problems they still have not solved it. They had openly admitted that this has been an issue.

QNAP markets this product to work flawlessly with Mac's but be forewarned it does not.
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By cc6 on November 4, 2012
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I came to the table with three external USB SATA drives filled with TV, movies, music, and documents. I wanted to consolidate all these drives into one network accessible location. The TS-412 appeared to be an excellent fit for my needs and an easy way to connect my individual drives to the network. I'm happy with the performance and functionality of the unit but setting the unit up was a challenge. I wanted to share my experience because there were a lot of things I didn't know before I actually got started. I setup each of my drives as an individual volume on the device, if you setup a RAID your experience may vary.

-Any drive you install in the unit will be formatted with a Linux EXT files system! I thought I could plug all my NTFS SATA drives into the unit and be off and running. Not the case. You need to install "bare" discs into the unit and format them before you can load files onto the unit. I had three drives that were mostly full, there was no way for me to shuffle data around to have one empty disc to start the process. I ended up buying a new 2TB drive for one of the unit bays. Once that disc was installed and formatted I was able to connect one of the SATA drives to the unit USB port with a SATA adapter and shuffle data onto the new drive. Once the USB disc was copied onto the unit I was able to install that disc into the second bay, format it, and then copy another external drive onto it via USB. Rinse and repeat to get the third drive on there.

-Use the web file manager for copying files! If you access the unit from your computer and use Windows to copy files from an external disc onto the drive, your computer will act as an intermediary between the external disc and the unit.
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