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QNAP TS-101 9-in-1 NAS Server

  • Portable desktop
  • SoC 266MHz Processor
  • 1 x 10/100/1000M
  • 3 x USB2.0
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The QNAP TS-101 is a multi-function single drive NAS appliance designed to make your life easier. The internal bay accepts a 3.5" SATA hard drive and the three USB 2.0 ports can handle printers, external hard drives or other USB enabled storage media. There is also an eSATA port for additional storage.

With functionality as a standard file server (Microsoft networks (CIFS/Samba), Apple (AFP), Internet (HTTP), Secure internet (HTTPS) protocols) or an FTP server as well as a print server (through a USB port), a UPnP multimedia server gives you plenty of bang for your buck.

  • newegg SATA Hard Drive Support The QNAP TS-101 features an internal 3.5" SATA drive bay for up to 750GB storage capacity with extendibility to 1.5TB via the eSATA or USB port. The SATA (Serial ATA) interface delivers an ultra-fast speed of 1.5Gbps.
  • newegg Ultra-fast eSATA Interface The QNAP TS-101 features an eSATA interface for up to 3Gb/s data transfer speed (six times faster than the high-speed USB 2.0 port!)
  • newegg Three USB 2.0 Ports With the QNAP TS-101's three USB 2.0 ports, add extra external USB hard drives for expanded networked storage or backup, and attach and share a USB printer over the network, too!
  • newegg Gigabit Network Connection The QNAP TS-101 features a Gigabit Ethernet port for up to 10X faster speeds than most 100M network connections and excellent usability for office and home networks.
  • newegg 9-in-1 NAS Server The 9-in-1 NAS (Network Attached Storage) server features functions of a printer server, web server, FTP (File Transfer Protocol) server, backup server, file server and more.
  • newegg Mirror Station With the unique Q-RAID 1 technology for enhanced data security, you can mirror all the important data in the QNAP TS-101 to an additional USB hard drive or eSATA hard drive box.

Learn more about the Qnap TS-101

General

Brand
QNAP
Model
TS-101

Interfaces

Port RJ-45
1 x 10/100/1000M
Port USB
3 x USB2.0
Port eSATA
1 x eSATA II
HDD Interface
1 x SATA (1 x Bay)

Configuration

Form Factor
Portable desktop
Operating System
Linux embedded system
Processor
SoC 266MHz
Default/ Max. Memory
DRAM: 64MB
Flash Memory: 16MB

Hard Drive Performance

RAID
Protect data by Q-RAID 1 technology

Conveniences

Supported Protocols
TCP/IP, DHCP Client, DHCP Server, CIFS/SMB, AFP, HTTP, HTTPS, FTP, DDNS, NTP, Jumbo Frame
Management
Disk Management:
User quota management (Per user)
Disk usage status
Check disk (Check Linux file system)
Bad blocks scan
User account management (max 128 users)
User group management (max 64 groups)

File System Management:
Network share management (max 128 Shares)
Share folder level ACL support
Unicode support
Journaling file system
Unique web file manager
LEDs
USB, status, HDD, eSATA, LAN, Power

Power

Power
Power Supply: External power adapter, 12V, 36W, 100~240V
Power Consumption: Sleep mode 6.6W, In operation 14.4W

Features

Features
Easy to use, simple set-up in a few steps
Support SATA I / SATA II disk, up to 750 GB or above, and extendable to 1.5 TB by eSATA/USB port
3 high speed 2.0 to support USB printer, disk, digital camera, pen drive card reader, USB Hub
High speed transfer port: 480Mbps USB 2.0, Gigabit Ethernet, 1.5GB eSATA. Data transfer can be done in a flash
Most reliable data backup: instant/ schedule/ real-time backup
Best heat-dissipation, shock-resistance, anti-collision aluminum design
9-in-1 NAS Server: Multimedia Station, Download Station, Mirror Station, Disaster Recovery, Web Server, Printer Server, File Server, FTP Server , Backup Server

1 x 3.5" SATA I / SATA II HDD(the standard system is shipped without HDD)
SATA Hard Disk Compatibility List:
Seagate:
Barracuda 7200.10 SATA(ST3750640AS 750GB, ST3320620AS 320GB)
Barracuda 7200.9 SATA(ST3500641AS,ST3400633AS,ST3300622AS,ST3250824AS);
Barracuda 7200.8 SATA(ST3400832AS,ST3250823AS);
Barracuda 7200.7 SATA(ST3160827AS,ST3120827AS)

Maxtor:
Grizzly(3H500F0,3H400F0);
DiamondMax 10(6L300S0,6B300S0*,6L250S0**,6L200M0**,6B200M0*);
MaXLine Plus II(7Y250M0*)

Hitachi:
Deskstar 7K500(HDS725050KLA360);
Deskstar(HDS724040KLSA80);
Deskstar 7K250(HDS722525VLSA80*)

Western Digital:
WD Caviar SE16(WD5000KS,WD4000KS, WD3200KS, WD2500KS);
WD Caviar SE Serial ATA(WD4000KD,WD2500KD,WD1600JD);
WD Caviar RE2(WD4000YR);
WD Caviar SE(WD2000JS,WD1600JS)

Dimensions / Weight

Dimensions
8.3" x 7.2" x 2.4"
Weight
2.65 lbs. (Net weight)

Environment

Temperature
0~35 °C
Humidity
0~85% R.H

Package Contents

Package Contents
TS-101
Resource Disk
RJ45 Cable
Power Cord
Power Adapter

Manufacturer Warranty

Parts
1 year limited
Labor
1 year limited

Quick Info

Warranty

  • Limited Warranty period (parts): 1 year
  • Limited Warranty period (labor): 1 year


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  • Kimberly B.
  • 7/13/2007 10:06:38 AM
  • Tech Level: Somewhat High
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
  • Verified Owner

4 out of 5 eggsWorks good

Pros: Basically everything I tried on the unit worked pretty good. I have been running the unit 24/7 for about a month with no issues. The unit is very warm but its not hot so I can still hold it and move it around.

The network sharing works fine. I can stream SD/HD TV divx encoded video with no issues. I attached a 650GB usb drive to the unit with no issues. FTP server works fine. The web server works fine but its limited. I installed my own blog and photo site.

The bit torrent feature is great.

Cons: Web server is slow and limited. I was able to run phpgraphy and a serendipity blog apps, but they run very slow.

Cannot re - seed a torrent once torrent is done. You can optionally set additional share time for each torrent, but after its done you cannot restart a torrent to share it.

Other Thoughts: If I knew that I would be using 2 750GB drives I would have bought the TS-201 instead of having an external usb drive. I hate the mess of additional wires.

Additionally if you plan to use the web server feature I highly recommend waiting the TS-109 which has a faster CPU & twice the memory.

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  • Hao S.
  • 6/28/2007 5:04:13 AM
  • Tech Level: Somewhat High
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year

5 out of 5 eggsExcellent Device

Pros: With the web server feature I could upload my iWeb and share with my friends. The compatibility of Mac and PC is very good. Don't have to worry how to share files from MAC to PC or PC to MAC now. MAC version Qucik Install Wizard is also so easy to use.

Cons: 1. Filename system could not accept slash ....etc.
2. QGet do not support MAC.

Other Thoughts: They have so many features that I only use a few of it. Share my iWeb blog without space limitation is really brilliant idea.

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  • Daniel T.
  • 6/27/2007 1:58:49 PM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsTS-101 does it all

Pros: 1. Customer support (I got email addresses of 5 people in their company!; they took time to remote access my NAS to see issues) 2. Does many things only a full computer can do (at a much lower power output, 36W). 3. Quiet. 4. Can connect many HDDs (I have connected four 500 GB HDDs). 5. Firmware is Linux-based (3rd parties added MySQL capability for example). 6. Mirroring of internal HDD (they call it QRAID and it's much more stable nowadays).

Cons: 1. Cannot write to NTFS drives (their new TS-109 Pro can! Newegg.com please stock this!), only read. 2. It's microprocessor is slow when doing more than one function (their new TS-109 Pro is faster!) 3. Gets too hot to touch (but their testing shows HDD not too hot [I am a test engineer in RL and I approve of their testing method]). 4. Early, buggy software issues adequately being addressed with regular firmware updates (your mileage may vary). 5. Some network, OS & PC knowledge to use effectively.

Other Thoughts: This device is very complicated so I cannot fit everything in this review. Compared to what is selling now, this unit scores high IMO. I have used this NAS in every iteration except as an iTunes server (Apple, yech!), Disaster Recovery (I have only one TS-101) and as a Print Server. Everything else (including Telnet) just works. As it's in a home it's not often that more than one function at a time is used. Firmware upgrades are regular and so far all have some increased functionality as well (interpret as "something more for what you already paid for"). Looking forward to TS-109 Pro which is faster and can do more functions silmultaneously.

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  • Peter P.
  • 6/14/2007 10:27:45 PM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
  • Verified Owner

2 out of 5 eggsMost horrible customer service

Pros: multi function (web-server, NAS, iTunes sharing)

Cons: 1) eSata does not work
2) Customer service is most horrible. Will write it up on a tech-blog as I think it has 'Dell-Hell' proportions. Out of Taiwan, 0 english, 0 understanding

Other Thoughts: learned my lesson - Though Shalt Not Buy Anything More Complicated Than A Fork Without Customer Support That Speaks English

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  • Anonymous
  • 4/4/2007 6:20:01 AM
  • Tech Level: Somewhat High
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
  • Verified Owner

4 out of 5 eggs

Pros: Excellent storage option, great set of features, works awesome and I can't see ever not using it after having it...once I got past the set up.

Cons: Not very easy to set up, kind of clucky, need good understanding of permissions to use it. The interface looks very dated with the graphics and icons. Tech support was poor at best taking over 5 days to respond to an e-mail, then just to say they hoped the issue was resolved. The issue had to do with the print server not working all the time. Still not sure why, but it is not a feature I need so I don't use it.

Other Thoughts: Once again I give top marks to New Egg for service and speed!! I oder stuff from New Egg when Bxxt Bxy is just down the street!

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  • Big L.
  • 3/31/2007 6:07:15 AM
  • Tech Level: Somewhat High
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsGreat Little Guy

Pros: This is a nice NAS for the dough. TwonkyMedia Server, iTunes Server, FTP Server, HTTP Server (w/ ASPLite), File Server, Torrent/FTP/HTTP Downloader, User/Group Control all present and working. Fanless design keeps it quiet. Easy backup to USB drive. Printer/extra HDD sharing/expansion is nice, but I have not used it. Drive spin-down when not in use, and has a setting for the spin-down time.

Cons: Fanless design keeps it HOT. If you put a 7200 RPM or faster drive in this box, and keep it in a 65 Degree or hotter room, you may need to supply extra cooling or your drives will live a very short life. I took 2 CPU heatsinks and used Thermal Glue to glue them on the hot side. Now it runs very cool. Before this, it was too hot to handle while running!

Other Thoughts: Media servers need work. They are really only that (no filename/tag editing AFAICS. I have set 2 of these up and love them! Updating firmware is a must!

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  • Anonymous
  • 3/25/2007 3:47:34 AM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
  • Verified Owner

4 out of 5 eggsgood unit

Pros: function as advertised. has practically everything I was looking for in an NAS, (well maybe it would be even better if it had an EMule and/or a NNTP client as well) have not tried ESATA or USB operations, but config for NAS and download station is a no brainer. no noise except the HDD so if noise is your pet peeve, this is the unit for you. It has a heavy gauge aluminum case that helps with heat dissipation that is required for a unit like this.

Cons: 1. the unit gets warm to hot if you use it to download stuff. due to its no fan design, the unit can exceed the operating temp of your HDD. Try to keep it below 5 jobs or the unit will become VERY hot and file access will become very sluggish.

2. OS can use some work to allow file manipulation on the NAS itself. I tried to copy a file from the download section to the media section and it when through the network even tho the copy is a "local" operation within the NAS

3. average download speed seems slow for torrent. it may be because of the files I was downloading have few seeders, but just used to getting better speeds on my PC.

4. not sure what file system this unit uses, but I would feel better if it had some kind of defrag utility to help keep fragmentation down on the drive. there is no way to reassign where the temp files are for the download station so everything is being slashed around in the main drive instead of a "slave" drive I usually set up for temp files.

Other Thoughts: generally, very satisfied with the unit. be sure to visit the manufacture site to download the new firmware and the utility software as soon as you get the unit. it will make your life easier with this unit. it does run very hot if you tried to run more then 5 downloads at a time. the manual recommends 3 to 5 download jobs at a time so keep that in mind. even in normal operations, the case does get warm. I strapped a GIANT heatsink(more then 3x the size of a normal P4 CPU heatsink) to the side of the case where its CPU is to help it dissipate the heat so my harddrive would not meet an early demise but I think that would still be an issue with this unit. but overall, it beats leaving my machine on 24x7. the only noise you hear is the HDD ticking away inside the unit so it's a VERY quite unit. general recommendation is for anyone who use this unit ALOT to invest in a VERY large heatsink that you can strap/glue/tape to the side of the case to help it stay cool.

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  • Rick S.
  • 1/25/2007 1:58:41 AM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: 1 day to 1 week

3 out of 5 eggsWell built & stylish but very buggy (2.0.0 build 0105) firmware

Pros: Attractive, grey brushed aluminum case - good inicators and controls layout. Fanless design is very quiet but results in warm enclosure. Lots of features (can act as USB host to copy from thumb drive/cards with no PC, print server, audible indication of readiness, capacity can be increased via eSata/USB ports and another drive, RAID, FTP server, UPNP media server etc etc). Up and running quickly although I did not use install wizard software - not much more complex than setting up most wireless routers.

Cons: Embedded OS/firmware needs a lot of work. Changed admin password and was immediately locked out of device - it appears that special characters (in my case a '$' (dollar) sign) are not correctly interpreted and result in a password other than the one you intended. Device has a reset button on the back to set back to default password. This reset ability can be disabled through the admin interface though and I would caution against removing the ability to do a reset. After a few tries I figured out that the '$' character was causing the issue and stuck with letters and numbers. I also found that there were multiple instances within the first few days where I could not delete directories from the drive either through the device's web interface or through Windows Explorer. No error message - everything appeared to succeed but directories remained. This appears related to depth of nested directories so you can get around it by 'pruning' from the bottom up.

Other Thoughts: eSata performance using the interface on the back of the device was VERY slow. With 2 identical WD 500 GB drives, copying 1.2 GB from the QNAP to the attached SATA device took 8 minutes. Didn't test RAID performance but doesn't bode well. Make sure you go to the QNAP site and read the list of pending bugs for the current firmware revision. Gigabit ethernet performance was poor even with jumbo frames enabled - barely 100 mbits /sec. Typical transfers on the same network segment with other gigabit devices average 600-700 megabits/sec.

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  • Peter P.
  • 12/17/2006 7:47:52 PM
  • Tech Level: Somewhat High
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
  • Verified Owner

4 out of 5 eggsVERY Nice

Pros: Was up and running in no time, using the file server, multimedia server and printer server functionality

Cons: 1) it did not recognize that it is connected so the set-up software did not run. had to go to my firewall and find the assigned ip and then point my browser there directly to set everything up.
2) How to assign specific users is not 100% intuitive. To get it going fast, I set all folders as public and now move to get pecific user permissions.

Other Thoughts: very good price/quality ratio I would say. I also use the Samsung SpinPoint T Series 500gb that is not on the compatibility list with no problem.

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  • Peter K.
  • 11/13/2006 6:24:22 PM
  • Tech Level: Somewhat High
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
  • Verified Owner

4 out of 5 eggsGreat Product w/ little flaws

Pros: Very versatile NAS device, extremely easy to set up, reasonable price tag, silent (no fan), nice add-on features, ideal for the SOHO area

Cons: Little flaws (does not send email on error/warning although test message was sent, unable to delete download files, USB sticks not always detected, only able to delete copied files from USB devices via Web file manager etc.), no possibility to set access rights on "main" folders (only shares)

Other Thoughts: The QNAP TS-101 is really a great product and ideal for home user and small offices. The NAS function works pretty well without any problems at all. Some of the additional functions seems to be a little bit premature but usable.

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