|Hard Drive||1 TB|
|Number of USB 2.0 Ports||1|
|Number of USB 3.0 Ports||3|
|National Stock Number||7035-01-587-5644|
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Netgear ReadyNAS NV+ v2 (4TB: 4 x 1TB) (RND4410)
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|Dimensions||8.07 inches x 8.78 inches x 5.28 inches||10.79 inches x 12.52 inches x 8.66 inches||10.95 inches x 12.92 inches x 8.87 inches||7.3 inches x 9 inches x 6.6 inches|
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Set up is a breeze, even a caveman can do it. Install your drives accept the defaults and it goes through a RAID sync before you can use it. That takes 8-10 hours. I put 3 each, 2GB drives in the unit. 3.6 GB free is the wind up.
When I tried to copy files to the device, I got disk full errors immediately. Then it went into another RAID resync, a second time. That took another 8-10 hours. When the second sync was done, I tried to copy files to the device again. I got disk full errors immediately. You are offered up "click to continue". When you do that it continues. Of course it tries to copy the file again and again and sometimes again, until the copy is successful. You have to be there to click continue. The size of the file, the file type doesn't make a difference. But you have to be there to keep clicking "try again". Now I have some large 30GB files and it starts the copy from the beginning of the file. You can imagine the frustration of repeatedly trying to copy a 30GB file under these conditions. I had 640GB of files to copy too. 3 days - gone. I'm a fool.
In addition, the transfer rate is slow. 6-8MB/second, far slower than a "plain Jane" external USB drive and I have an external eSATA drive that transfers at 15MB/second.
What's also amazing is, I tried to delete a 7.86GB file from the NAS. That took 11.5 minutes.
I tested the NAS problem from 2 different computers, from their internal hard drives, an external USB drive and an external eSATA drive.Read more ›
Cons: The device does not work for more than a few hours.
I was initially quite excited to finally have a decent NAS for our home network. That slowly diminished over time as I had nothing but trouble with this item.
When I first tried to install drives and initialize the raid, it displayed errors that it could not load the RAID in the RAIDAR software that comes with the product. A little online research yielded that I needed to factory reset the device (twice) before it would pick up the drives I installed and create the RAID.
After that completed it worked for a few days before it said that one of the drives was dead. I wasn't surprised by this since the drives I was using were older drives we just had sitting around. To rule out that being an issue, we purchased new 3TB Seagate drives that were on the Hardware Compatibility list.
After the creation of the RAID completed with the 3TB drives, it lasted about 2 hours before it reported another dead drive. I then called Netgear support and they suggested that there might be a problem with the device. So they sent me a new NAS and I installed the drives in it. After it finished creating the RAID, it lasted roughly 2 days (longest up time so far) this time, before the dead drive error.Read more ›
We're very concerned about your situation, and sincerely apologize for the level of work it's taken for you to troubleshoot. Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org right away, and make sure to include the most recent case number you received from support so we can investigate and get in touch.
But in the past few years, these single chassis dedicated devices have become more mature, and I've tried to find one that I've liked better than using Windows server. I've tried about a half dozen different ones, from many manufacturers, and each one is pretty compromised in ways that make it so that I get frustrated quickly and put it on a shelf and never use it again.
The ReadyNAS NV+ V2 may be the first that I try to stick with. Our active family has learned to rely on our in home infrastructure, as its been pretty solid (with the occasional FIOS outage here and there!) Our house is wired and wireless, has ROKU on each TV. We all have Windows 7 machines (a combo of laptops and desktops), as well as Android tablets.
All the Windows machines have shares from the existing windows file server mapped, and they always (always!) work. The ReadyNAS seems to work the same, which is a breath of fresh air. All the other units I've tried required all sorts of gymnastics and technical mumbo jumbo to get the shares to work reliably and consistently, but the Netgear seems to get the job done.
The software is nice in the management console. Clear, simple to use, and rational. I'm not a hacker, just a family guy who doesn't want to spend any time supporting my demanding users (my family!Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
terrific product - performs well, good software, great manuf. tech support, 5YR warranty. also, newer models available with newer software for cloud services (RN10400 etc).Published 13 months ago by Perspectech
Shuts off very often. The most unreliable brand in NAS devices. I had to root it to have low level access to be able to restart it when it's frozen. It gets frozen every month.Published on July 1, 2014 by Oleh Andrukh
I purchased a ReadyNAS NV+ V2 about a year ago. It seemed to work fine for a while and then the server stopped working. The drive would not start. Read morePublished on October 21, 2013 by MIreson
Everyone who have data they cant afford to loose should have one? Easy retrieve and saving of data, document, games , etcPublished on September 10, 2013 by Don
Works perfectly well. After installing this and setting up all of the backup jobs on the local PCs, this has worked great. Haven't had to give it a second thought.Published on September 3, 2013 by Stephen McLellan
The ReadyNAS has been working well for the past few months. The things I look for in a NAS are 1- Ease of setup and use (how quickly can a new machine see and use the NAS) 2- Speed... Read morePublished on August 29, 2013 by J. Hansen
I've had this NAS for five months and have had zero problems with it. Took it out the box; plugged it into my router (WD WNDR4500) it performed the firmware upgrade available;... Read morePublished on July 1, 2013 by C. Harris
This works okay as a NAS, but the user interface is pretty buggy. I just hope the inner workings are more stable than the poorly written web interface. Read morePublished on June 27, 2013 by S. Leiphart
I bought this to replace an aging RAID 0 home storage device and to make our files network available. Read morePublished on June 3, 2013 by Nate O.