- High-performance, cost effective, and high-security business storage and backup. Supports up to 40 users. 6 drive bays desktop NAS
- 5 Levels of Data Protection
- Level 1: XRAID protection against disk failure. Level 2: Snapshot provides unlimited or user directed incremental backup copies
- Level 3: Bit rot protection against media degradation. Level 4: Free and embedded real-time anti-virus, with no performance impact
- Level 5: Easy-to-setup Cloud storage
- ReadyDR provides disaster recovery for data loss due to a catastrophe
- High performance Intel Atom 1.2GHz processor with 2GB DDR3 memory. 2 x Gigabit Ethernet ports
- 2 x Gigabit Ethernet ports
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Re: Very buggy - Product rushed to market 07/12/2013
This review is from: NETGEAR ReadyNAS 316 6-Bay Network Attached Storage Diskless (RN31600)
The UI has greatly improved since the latest firmware update.
The user can still shoot themselves in the foot when setting up a TiVo server if they are not careful. However, Netgear support assures me they are putting safeguards in place to alleviate this issue.
Newegg will not let me edit my previous review, so I wanted to post a follow-up: After working some more with Netgear support, we were able to resolve all of the open issues I had. Netgear took my concerns into consideration and they are working on putting safeguards in place so that users aren't able to shoot themselves in the foot like I did with the TiVo server issue. I have been up and running fine for a couple of weeks now, with no problems.
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