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NETGEAR RNR4410 4TB ReadyNas 1100 Dual Gigabit Rackmount Network Storage(4x1000GB)

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  • Rackmount
  • 4TB
  • IT1004 Network Storage Processor Processor
  • 2 x 10/100/1000M
  • 3 x USB2.0

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The RNR4410 from Netgear is a rack mounted 4-bay network storage enclosure that will grow as your needs do. The 4 hot swappable bays support SATA and SATA II hard drives. Four 1TB drives are already installed and configured so you're ready to go right out of the box. Add capacity beyond the hard drives with the 3 USB 2.0 ports, or attach a printer and let the print server handle your network's print jobs. A 512MB memory module speeds operations.

There is built in support for RAID levels 0, 1 and 5. Take advantage of the X-RAID technology to future-proof your system. Add drives as necessary and swap out smaller drives for larger ones as your needs increase. X-RAID will handle it all automatically; no more buying a second enclosure full of drives and transferring all of the data manually.

  • newegg 1U Rack Mount Design Featuring the 1U rack mounting design, the Netgear ReadyNAS 1100 (Model RNR4410) fits into any 19-inch rack and works perfectly in situations requiring high manageability such as the computer room and control center.
  • newegg Dual Gigabit Ethernet Ports The Netgear ReadyNAS 1100 (Model RNR4410) features two Gigabit Ethernet ports for ultra-fast network connectivity to your office or home network.
  • newegg Amazing 4TB Storage Capacity The Netgear ReadyNAS 1100 (Model RNR4410) combines four 1000GB hard drives to provide an amazing storage capacity of 4TB for high-performance data storage and backup.
  • newegg SATA I/II HDD Support The Netgear ReadyNAS 1100 (Model RNR4410) features four hot-swappable SATA I/II drive trays for easy installation and replacement of internal hard drives.
  • newegg X-RAID Technology Netgear's X-RAID technology automates the volume expansion as you scale from 1 to 4 hard drives. With the Netgear ReadyNAS 1100 (Model RNR4410), start with one disk and add additional drives over time without reconfiguring the system and shuffling the data. Just replace your disks one by one with X-RAID automatically managing the RAID details for you!
  • newegg Data Protection The advanced RAID system with support for RAID 0, 1 and 5 continually checks hard drive performance to ensure data integrity.

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  • JC D.
  • 7/11/2009 1:30:16 PM
  • Ownership: more than 1 year

1 out of 5 eggsBelieve The Other Reviews

Pros: Cool little software addons but not worth those for the Price

Cons: By all means this thing is horridly slow in every way. Save yourself the money and get FreeNAS (yes this distro is free) and build your own. If you don't want to build your own look for something other than this. In all the time I have owned this unit it has went from bad to worse on every firmware/software update. Becoming more slow each time. And the user panel has become barely usable since Netgear bought Infrant out and changed the layout.


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  • Joe T.
  • 3/22/2009 2:07:57 PM
  • Ownership: more than 1 year

1 out of 5 eggsHave many - miss speed of V3

Pros: It works - have other Infrant boxes that are over 2 years old.

Cons: Price - has always been cheaper to buy diskless and replace drives
V4 software - slow, buggy, inconsistent, limit to 2 partitions on a drive
Did I mention is was slower than a single drive over USB 1.1?

Other Thoughts: This free Wii promotion makes the price that much more unbelieveable - make it affordable and it will sell itself. This model should not be more than $1,400.

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1 out of 5 eggsSlow and Buggy

Pros: RAID-based data storage at a midrange price. Hasn't lost any data on me yet.

Cons: This machine is very slow. About 10 - 20% slower than the 8 year old W2K desktop we were using for the same duties. Yes people actually noticed and complained.

The web admin interface used for configuring it is atrocious. Its very very slow and clunky (would give a UI designer nightmares). If you're working in an environment where you'll be adding or removing shares or users frequently you'll end up hating this machine. Newer updates from Netgear are actually steps in the wrong direction.

Support from Netgear consists of reboots, firmware reinstalls and factory resets (which wipes out your data). If you have a hardware problem you'll probably end up spending more money on diagnosing the problem than the system originally cost (we have ;^( ).

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  • Dmitry N.
  • 2/12/2009 10:34:52 AM
  • Ownership: more than 1 year

1 out of 5 eggsThe slowest NAS in existance

Pros: None.

Cons: Incredibly slow and buggy.

Other Thoughts: This thing is phenomenally SLOW! If a single user is using a file share - everyone else have to wait (as it might take a few minutes just to list files in a folder). It takes about 30-60 minutes to reboot. It takes over an hour to upgrade firmware. It takes about 60 minutes to run filesystem check on basically empty volume. The tool they supply for Windows, Linux and Mac OS X, called RAIDar, is basically just a thing that shows lights, and if you click Setup - it launches a default WEB browser, so it's a complete puzzle as to why you'd need it.

Joining this thing to a Windows Domain (AD) is a complete nightmare. Handling shares was, it seems, made by someone who didn't even understand what shares are.

All in all, this is the worst piece of storage equipment I've ever had to deal with.

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  • Keith B.
  • 2/9/2009 7:04:11 AM
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year

3 out of 5 eggsnot a speed demon

Pros: Easy NAS storage. 5 year warranty. Low power usage. Rack mountable. 512meg of ram. Hardware RAID. Its better than the Buffalo products that compete with it.

Cons: A bit slow. In RAID5 mode the fastest read Ive gotten in 22 MB/s. When doing backups with all the BackupExec overhead Im getting 10 MB/s writes. Without BackupExec Ive gotten between 10-20 MB/s writes. Not bad, but not great.

I get lots of TCP retransmits and the web interface has locked up on me a couple of times. The device always seems busy. Tech support hasnt been very helpful in this regard, but there is an active readynas community site which is pretty helpful.

Other Thoughts: Perhaps I would have been better off with a plain-jane file server. If you need stellar performance then this isnt for you, at least in RAID5. I havent had time to test this in RAID1 yet. Then again a fast RAID5 card costs 2/3rds of what this costs total. Price isnt bad considering, especially the warranty.

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  • Anonymous
  • 1/27/2009 6:35:47 PM
  • Ownership: more than 1 year

1 out of 5 eggsSlow and flaky

Pros: Lot of space, no-fuss RAID.

Cons: This thing is SLOW. Bandwidth tests on the 1100 are far lower than advertised. For a RAID5 device, we were seeing less than 100Mb/s on a gigabit network.

It also has a very hard time with AD and has no knowledge of user groups, such as Domain Admin, nor does it seem to understand inheritance since it's based on Linux/Samba. Changing permissions on it has to be from a DC.

The FTP server is really an HTTP server which displays URLs for the files. This is NOT an FTP server.

The web interface is ugly and flaky. Does not give any stats as to fragmentation. There is also no way to directly browse files on the unit, only through virtual shares over the network.

We tried to return ours after learning of the bad performance, they refused, and we got the money back from the credit card company. We now only use it for backups and storage of ISO files. It's not good for anything else.

Other Thoughts: Netgear takes no responsibility for a ReadyNAS product once they bought the company.

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  • Andrew B.
  • 5/17/2008 6:07:55 PM
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year

2 out of 5 eggs

Pros: Price compared to a Windows Data Center NAS

Cons: Had to try several times for to join a domain in Active Directory. On another one had really slow transfer rates on a gigabyte switch. Changed NIC from auto to full duplex and it sped up a little more but nothing like it should be.

Other Thoughts: It looks like Samba is still having problems playing with Active Directory.

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