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TerraMaster F4-220 NAS Server 4-Bay Intel Dual Core 2.41GHz 2GB RAM Network RAID Storage for Small/Medium Business (Diskless)
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- POWERFUL HARDWARE: F4-220 runs the latest TOS 3 operation system, and adopts Intel Celeron 2.41GHz dual core CPU and is equipped with 2GB Ram (users upgradeable to total of 4GB) with high operation efficiency, several tasks of simultaneous processing as well as file read/write speed of more than 100MB/S.
- SUPPORTING DIVERSIFIED HARD DRIVES AND MULTIPLE RAID; F4-220 is compatible with 3.5 inch 12TB SATA hard drive and you can install 4 hard drives with total storage capacity of up to 48TB. It supports 3.5 inch SATA hard drive, 2.5 inch SATA hard drive and 2.5 inch SSD. F4-220 supports multiple RAID such as RAID 0, RAID 1, RAID 5, RAID 6, RAID 10, JBOD, SINGLE, thus it can provide various applications for users and guarantee more data security.
- VARIOUS SERVER APPLICATIONS; It supports file server, mail server, web server, media server, Rsync remote server, FTP server, MySQL server and other wide variety of server applications, to meet the common needs of small business customers. F4-220 supports Dropbox cloud synchronization, which can synchronize file in the Dropbox directory with TerraMaster TNAS, making file sharing more easy and efficient!
- DESIRABLE MULTIMEDIA SERVER; It supports DLNA/UPNP protocol and iTunes, Plex server, which can serve as home media server. The server streams the multimedia files through smart TV, set-top boxes or mobile devices.
- RELIABLE AND EFFICIENCY; As F4-220 adopts an aluminum-alloy shell and low-noise fans, it is solid and reliable with good heat dissipation and low noise. Due to the use of removable hard drive tray, it is easy to install the hard drive that also supports hot swap.
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- TerraMaster - a professional brand focusing on developing and producing storage products.
- Products include network attached storage (NAS), direct attached storage (DAS) and accessories.
- TerraMaster has focused on the development of storage technology for 16 years and will continue to explore in the field, and provide customers with a complete, reliable and trusted data storage solution.
- With the core competitiveness in excellent hardware design and strong software developing ability, TerraMaster products are well known among customers with the great reliability and value.
The Noontec-TerraMaster F4-220 provides a high performance & high capacity storage solution for small and medium-sized businesses users. Powered by the advanced TOS3.1 operating system, the F4-220 performs as an easy-to-use yet powerful NAS for data backup, file synchronization, remote access and more.
The Iron Man in NAS devices with Powerful Hardware
- The 4-bay NAS possess an Intel Celeron 2.41GHz dual-core CPU, and 2GB of RAM.
- Supports simultaneous job processing and blazingly fast read/write speeds of more than 100MB/s.
- Using role based access control and supporting up to 1000 unique users, the F4-220 provides all the file and user management capabilities the average home or business could ever need. File encryption options are also available to further secure your data.
- The F4-220 4-bay NAS adopts an aluminum-alloy shell and a low-noise fan, solid and reliable with good heat dissipation and low noise.
Absolute Data Security
- Can install two either 2.5 or 3.5 inch SATA or SSD drives. Compatible with 3.5 inch SATA drives up to 12TB, and a maximum total capacity of 48TB. Store your family photos, video and more data in the F4-220 for security.
- Can configure your drives in RAID 0, RAID 1, RAID5, RAID 6, RAID 10, JBOD or Single Disk modes. This allows you to configure the unit to meet your unique needs for data security, blazing performance or maximum storage capacity. Changing hard drives is easy with our dedicated drive trays and hot swap capability.
- File encryption options available to further secure your data.
A Variety of Backup Methods
- Supports Apple Time Machine, Rsync, and Remote Backup support.
- Supports third-party backup solutions, Cloud Sync Dropbox synchronization
- Superspeed USB3.1 interface supports external storage backup
- Multiple industry-standard protocols supported: SMB, AFP, NFS, ISCSI, FTP, WebDAV; Supports Windows, Mac, Linux OS.
- TerraMaster Cloud Sync builds an exclusive Cloud space for you so that you can access your files anytime, anywhere
An Ideal Multimedia Entertainment Center
- The F4-220 4-bay NAS supports the DLNA/UPnP protocol and can perform as an iTunes Server, Plex Server and others. You can easily manage, backup, share and enjoy your photographs, music and movies by streaming from the F4-220 to your phone, Smart TV, or Set Top Box.
- Runs the latest TOS 3.0 OS. Visit TerraMaster Applications center to download and use a variety of useful applications.
What's inside package
- The 4-bay NAS device x 1
- User quick guide x 1
- Power adapter x 1
- Power cord x 1
- LAN cable x 1
- Screws x several
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The packaging was excellent, and the box even included a pretty substantial Philips screwdriver for screwing the hard drives into their trays. The same screwdriver also can be used to remove the fan to add a memory upgrade - more about that later. So, if you buy this, you will not need any additional tools. Note that I realize that Terra Master no longer officially supports end-user memory upgrades, but the slot is there and pretty easily accessible.
The device's cover is very substantial, made of a nice thick metal. The front silver-colored faceplate is a delicate plastic and easily scratched. The device is rather small compared to a similar QNAP or Synology - maybe a little wider, but barely taller than the hard drive sleeve itself. The hard drive sleeves are of a rather cheap feeling plastic. I installed two Seagate Ironwolf drives. I did have a metallic buzzing noise coming from the casing, which I was eventually able to make go away by reseating the hard drive trays.
A word of caution: I did a memory upgrade from the standard soldered-in 2 GB to 4 GB total, with the addition of a 2 GB memory 204-pin SODIMM, but it was not without issues. Much of the literature on the internet specifies either a 1.35v 1600 MHz card or a 1.35v 1333 MHz card, and I watched a You-Tube how-to video where the guy upgraded with a 1600 MHz card, but I could only get the 1333 to work. I put the 1600 in before initializing the device, and it powered on and the fan came on, but the hard drive lights remained amber and there was no LAN activity, and no start-up beep. I removed the memory, and the device booted up normally with a LAN connection and a beep. I shut it off, installed the 1333 MHz ram, and again it booted up properly. I then initialized it, installed TOS and apps, and the device was recognizing the memory correctly and everything was great. BTW, boot up is VERY fast with the GUI usable and ready for log-in just a couple minutes after starting up the NAS. This is the fastest NAS by far that I have, to boot up and log into.
I then thought, well maybe I didn't have the first memory card seated properly, so I removed it and replaced it with an identical 2 GB 1600 SODIMM I had, and again, hard drive lights stayed amber, no beep, and no boot up. At this point, as mentioned above, the device had already been initialized, TOS installed, and was usable. I put a 1333 back in, and got a full boot up with no issues. All of these cards were Crucial brand and all purchased new here on Amazon.
The memory upgrade was tougher than it looked physically, too. See pictures - the face plate to the device has these three "teeth" that prevent you from inserting the memory at an angle and pressing it down and into the socket. You need to remove the two screws on either side of the memory socket to loosen the face plate enough where you can gently push it back far enough to give you enough clearance to push the memory down into its socket.
The TOS that this NAS uses is very clean, easy to install, and perfect for an NAS newbie who doesn't demand a huge amount of features but needs all the basic stuff. I found the interface to be very polished and quick - not as capable overall as QNAP's or Synology's, and not nearly as many settings or options, but was slicker and quicker than either. You can also expand it to take over your entire desktop instead of a window within it. I have to give Terra Master credit for one thing - the setup process couldn't have been easier or better designed - very Synology-esque in its simplicity and speed, and very easy for an inexperienced NAS user to get through without help.
Overall, a nice device for mainstream needs, and it feel well made and polished. I haven't used many of the features yet, but there is nowhere near the app selection that you have with Synology or QNAP, but then, many users don't need all those capabilities. I also noticed the TOS stays logged in, unlike either my Synology or QNAP web-GUIs.
The only downsides I've found so far is that it runs it's own version of Plex that can only be updated via the manufacturer's updates so you're always one version or so behind what's available directly from the Plex website. The second is that during the installation of hard drives, the NAS checks each hard drive for integrity, something which you obviously want to do. However, the NAS software says this can take "2 or 3 minutes." The reality is that it normally takes 2-3 HOURS, or even longer depending on the size of the drives you install (I installed twin 2-TB drives). I thought the software was stuck until I realized that it simply takes that long to check each sector of a 2-TB drive. Luckily, you only have to deal with this once.
With the exception of these two very minor issues (more "irritations" than "issues"), I couldn't be happier with my purchase and would not hesitate to recommend the F2-220 to anyone wanting to set up a home media center and personal cloud.
- Front and back plates are plastic with a metal body; looks good but feels a little cheap
- This thing becomes heavy once you load two hard drives (or more depending on your NAS version)
- The operating system is some form of Linux with a Chinese web UI that allows you manage your files, edit permissions, share files internally/externally and install a small list of apps
- On installation, it redirected me to some Chinese website and then redirected me to another English webpage where it told me it would take a few minutes to setup
- I couldn't get the remote access to work; the registration process seemed to work after a couple tries but I never received an email with the next step instructions that it tells you will be sent to your email
- Navigating the web interface is not too difficult albeit a little janky when you're trying to get stats on your device
After a couple days of using this, I reached out to the manufacture to see if it was possible to install Ubuntu through an image and they told me no. I decided to shelve it and go with another small pc that I created. About 6 months later, I took it out and decided to take it apart and I found that it was possible to modify it to run something else. Please feel free to reach out if you want the steps.
Overall, I would say this device is worth purchasing as a NAS for its affordability and design.
It's great having my own server and knowing that all of my media is being backed up through a RAID 1 configuration.
It probably took me 15-20mins to get everything configured the way I wanted it, and since then I haven't had to touch it.
The GUI is pretty straight forward and easy to navigate. I use this primarily for Plex, and that has been running smoothly thus far.
I'm pretty happy with it!
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