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QNAP TS-419PII-US Diskless System All-in-one NAS for Home & SOHO Cloud-ready with Superior Performance

  • 4-Bay
  • Usage High read/write performance with RAID
  • Diskless System
  • Marvell 2.0GHz Processor
  • 2 x 10/100/1000M
  • 4 x USB 2.0 port (Front:1 Back: 3)

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Featuring versatile applications for data storing, sharing, and backup, paired with top-notch hardware specifications among the same class products, the TS-419P II provides an extraordinary solution for home and SOHO environments. It delivers outstanding performance at over 109 MB/s download speed and 75 MB/s upload speed with RAID 5 configuration under Windows network setup. Its cross-platform support provides a seamless file sharing solution for Windows, Mac, and Linux/UNIX users.

To respond to the growing needs of data protection, the TS-419P II provides local backup, remote backup, and cloud backup alternatives for safeguarding important data with an additional copy. In addition to providing efficient data sharing and backup, the capability of streaming videos, music, and photos to a variety of home devices, such as UPnP TV sets, hi-fi audio sets, Sony PS3, and Microsoft XBOX360, makes the TS-419P II a fun digital home center.

The intuitive MyCloudNAS service simplifies the process of publishing contents in the TS-419P II over the Internet and helps create a personal cloud in just few steps. When on the go, the mobile app QMobile provides users who own an iOS or Android mobile device with a handy way to access the TS-419P II instantly.

  • newegg Revolutionary Home Video, Music & Photo Center The TS-419P II is an ideal solution for easily storing large amount of multimedia files, including videos, music, and photos, and then sharing them within the home network with various network media devices. It provides complete backup solutions, including local backup, remote backup, and cloud backup.
  • newegg Secure Storage Center & Network Access The TS-419P II supports SMB/CIFS with folder aggregation, NFS and AFP protocols for file sharing across Windows, Mac, Linux/UNIX networks. The antivirus feature ensures business continuity by offering manual and scheduled virus scan against the latest viruses, malware, worms, and Trojan horses. The TS-419P II can be easily joined to a Windows Active Directory or LDAP Directory Service for efficient user account management. The domain users can use the same user account and password to connect to the TS-419P II on the local network. TS-419P II features SSL/TLS (explicit) encryption, shared folder management, user permission management, policy-based unauthorized IP blocking and more to ensure secure network access.
  • newegg All-in-one NAS Server for Home and SOHO The TS-419P II supports a variety of applications for home and SOHO environments, including File Server, FTP Server, Web Server, Printer Server, and MySQL Server. Connect the TS-419P II to the home wireless network through a USB Wi-Fi dongle for convenient access. TheTS-419P II is compatible with fast 802.11n and 802.11g dongles for Wi-Fi connection.
  • newegg Personal/Private Cloud Storage The TS-419P II helps users reap all the benefits of cloud computing. A personal cloud for home usage or a private cloud for business use can be built easily. This cloud provides flexible ways for data access, sharing, and backup, virtually anytime, anywhere.
  • newegg RAID Protection with Hot-swap Design The TS-419P II supports RAID 0, 1, 10, 5, 6, 5 + hot spare, Single, and JBOD disk configurations. The hot-swap design allows replacing the failed drive by hot swapping without turning off the server. Online RAID Capacity Expansion enables storage capacity of the NAS to be expanded by replacing the hard drives with larger ones. Online RAID Level Migration upgrades the disk configuration to higher levels with all the data retained.
  • newegg QMobile App for On-the-go Contents Access QMobile is an application designed for iOS and Android mobile devices. Terabytes of photos, music and videos stored on the TS-419P II are ready to be streamed by QMobile from anywhere regardless of the actual storage size of the mobile devices. QMobile also provides a convenient way for uploading photos on the mobile devices to TS-419P II for instant sharing.

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  • Limited Warranty period (parts): 1 year
  • Limited Warranty period (labor): 1 year
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  • Cajn S.
  • 12/14/2013 9:28:44 AM
  • Ownership: more than 1 year
  • Verified Owner

1 out of 5 eggsBad Product

Pros: Great software, smooth design and workflow.

Cons: Prone to false hard drive failures. Have had 3 Seagate hard drives reported as failed. I replaced those hard drives and re-formatted them. Placed them in other computers and they work fine. Now the Unit has unmounted it's own RAID 10 and data is gone.

Other Thoughts: Would not purchase this product for reliability as it tends to report hard drives as bad. PLUS it has the possibility of dropping your RAID configuration and losing all your data. Unacceptable in a NAS device.

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  • Mark S.
  • 12/12/2013 11:34:27 AM
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year

5 out of 5 eggsWorks Great for Me

Pros: Works great for my purposes

Cons: none

Other Thoughts: I am using this as a stand-alone server to stream music to my stereo. It is connected via Ethernet and has eliminated all of the problems I had previously had when trying to stream from my computer via WI-FI. I have no background in Linux and have found QNAP's interface relatively intuitive and straightforward. I am using Logitech's Squeezebox Server software to catalogue and stream the files, and there in a version customized to QNAP. I recently upgraded the firmware with no problems

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  • Dane R.
  • 12/1/2013 6:40:41 AM
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
  • Verified Owner

2 out of 5 eggsCan't Connect

Pros: Worked great till firmware update.

Cons: I just installed the firmware update, and now my nas will not connect and keeps restarting after about 15 minutes. My wife runs her small business off this nas, and now we need to find a replacement. Needless to say, I hoped this system would haven lasted longer than a year.

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  • 3/9/2013 7:01:33 AM
  • Ownership: 1 day to 1 week
  • Verified Owner

1 out of 5 eggsAvoid QNAP

Pros: None considering Price of the unit and what you actually get.

Cons: This unit is not even worth the recycled metal. There are cheaper solutions that perform a lot better than this. It should be simple, configure and set up NAS but the transfer speeds are way too slow and you have to ask yourself what makes it so slow? Avoid this company because there are better solutions. Too many bugs in this device to make it worth the price. Not that I am cheap but I am not willing to throw money away at something that does not perform less than 50 % of what is advertised.

Other Thoughts: I believe you should always see if you are doing something wrong or missing something in the configuration. So I did and researched the QNAP Forums. That place is full of people complaining of the same issues which I kick myself for rushing on such a purchase. What's worst is the moderators seem to be pathetic as if they are superior to such a device. In one breath they tell you you should have bought a different QNAP product and then spend more time whining about you weren't specific enough to what the customer is actually complaining. Do yourself a favor and avoid this product and in my opinion, the company's entire line of NAS devices. This could be the warning I regret not paying attention to or bothered to research. I suggest the only advice I can really offer is head over to their forums and see what others are saying. Newegg, please be prepared to get this thing back as it does not come close to what is advertised by QNAP or on your details list.

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  • Justin B.
  • 11/24/2012 6:33:27 PM
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggs

Pros: I've had this NAS for about 6 months now and love it. It's been rock solid, it's feature rich and the fan on it is nearly inaudible. I have this behind my couch in the media room and don't remember it's there half the time.

Cons: The only real con i've found so far is my case started to vibrate and it got quite loud. Since then I've placed a small book on top of the unit and it's been fine for a month.

Other Thoughts: This replaced my HP media smart 4TB server. It's a great unit with more then most will ever use.

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  • Dan G.
  • 10/24/2012 6:50:38 PM
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
  • Verified Owner

2 out of 5 eggs

Pros: Speaks lots of protocols (NFS, CIFS, AFP), etc., so it's theoretically able to support a variety of clients.

Cons: Was never able to get TimeMachine (AFP) working reliably. A backup would start, run for a few minutes, and then disconnect unsuccessfully (without completing). I was able to see some data transferred, but for whatever reason, our Mac would hangup and abort the backup. Tried both wired + wireless access, neither would succeed.

With other backup targets (a Synology DIskstation or a local drive), backups would work successfully. Only had these problems when trying to backup to the QNAP.

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  • Daniel S.
  • 8/14/2012 5:46:26 PM
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
  • Verified Owner

1 out of 5 eggsIt died.

Pros: Great storage, awesome features....

Cons: Cheapo power supply, doesn't last. Died within 4 months.

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  • Anonymous
  • 6/17/2012 1:34:05 AM
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsGreat NAS

Pros: This thing is more like a small server than a NAS. It has so many features that it's overkill for what I'm using it as which is a fileserver. I have it in my house with a bunch of Windows machines running XP thru 7, and it works great. I've also used it as an FTP server to get files to people and no problems there either. I have 4 bays filled running RAID 5, runs quiet and cool. I set it up, and it's run ever since - never have to mess with it. I went to this from Windows Home Server, and I'm glad I did. I may be in the market for another NAS cabinet in the future, and QNAP and this model will be on the top of my list.

Cons: None really, except maybe it's *too* feature rich. This is more like a small server than a NAS

Other Thoughts: Great replacement option for WHS with more features than WHS plus RAID built in.

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  • Brendan P.
  • 4/30/2012 9:22:50 AM
  • Ownership: 1 day to 1 week
  • Verified Owner

4 out of 5 eggsLot of features, easy setup, performance not what advertised

Pros: Tons of features and easy to set up. All the standard NAS stuff like iSCSI, NFS, SMB(Windows file sharing), FTP. It enables multiple concurrent iSCSI target access for things like clustering, VMware, etc. Plus lots of things like torrent client, squid proxy, DDNS, etc.

Adding to an active directory domain is easy enough. Adding permissions to folders is easy and there is an option to allow very granular permission settings.

Various pages let you see resource usage-CPU, memory, network. You can access the Linux shell via SSH for advanced stuff.

Very configurable and flexible.

Cons: I was never able to get near the manufacturer claimed speeds of 109MB/s read, 75MB/s write. They claim this with RAID5 and Windows file sharing.

Under RAID 0, the best I could get was about 60 read, 52 write with an HD benchmark tool to an iSCSI volume. SMB and NFS saw similar numbers.

RAID0 and RAID5 saw speeds of ~55 read and 37 write with iSCSI and NFS and around 35R/32W with FTP and SMB.

At each of these peaks, the CPU would be at 100% with the protocol specific daemon (ftpd, nfsd, etc.) and the raid process taking all available processing power and trading places as the top CPU user.

I can't see what purpose a USB3 port has on these as the system will barely be able to surpass USB2 speeds.

Concurrent access by multiple machines makes it worse as there doesn't seem to be much benefit to having the data spread across multiple volumes in RAID0/5/10.

I'm going to RMA this one and spend the extra money on a 459ProII or 469Pro.

Other Thoughts: Don't take my cons above to mean that this is a bad system. It has a very expansive feature set with what appears to be an active community supporting it and a manufacturer that releases regular updates and add-ons.

My beef is solely with the performance; namely the difference between stated and observed. The little voice in the back of my head was telling me to just get the Intel Atom version and be done and this is what I get for not listening.

If you want this for home file sharing, media player streaming, bulk storage, backups, small appliance to take the place of a computer doing things like torrents, VPN endpoint, etc. THIS IS PERFECT!! The feature set and performance are well suited for these uses.

It could also be OK for a development environment/test bed VMware vSphere setup or Windows/Linux clustering as the 'enterprise' features are present here.

I only wish I could afford this and the 469 as the 419PII would be a wonderful backup box

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  • Chris K.
  • 11/14/2011 6:14:30 AM
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsGreat product!!!!

Pros: Very Fast, easy to setup, quality! I got rid of my Windows 2008R2 server and replaced it with the Qnap NAS, a world better. The iPhone app and the ability to stream my own music makes this a no brainer.

Cons: None

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