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Qsan XN3004T 4+1 Bay NAS Review (Page 3)

By Tyler Bernath | Jul 31, 2019 10:00 pm CDT
Rating: 86%Manufacturer: Qsan

Tyler's Test System Specifications

Before we get into the NAS operating system, I would like to thank Seagate for supporting this article with IronWolf Pro 16TB and Ironwolf 110 SSD for testing.


After connecting power and Ethernet, firing up the unit and going to the WebGUI setup address, we are greeted with the image above. This allows you to choose between quick or customized setup


Moving through setup, we are greeted with the storage menu, allowing setup of our storage pool and RAID mode.


Seen above, the desktop offers icons for File Management, Backup, Monitoring, and Cloud Sync. Down below, we have the dock where you can move shortcut or access the control panel.


Diving in we start with File Manager which offers navigation to the right for both local and network systems.


Moving into backup, we have access to local snapshots along with remote backup, cloud backup, and Xmirror if you have a second Qsan system.


Mentioning Xmirror, this diagram shows how you can create a sync zone to allow multiple Qsan platforms to sync data.


The onboard monitor offers a look at resource usage along with hardware temps, seen above.


Network services include CIFS, AFP, and NFS along with FTP and Rsync.


The apps menu is quite sparse but does offer AV, SQL Server, and Web Server along with VPN and Media Library.


Control panel is populated with system, storage, and file-sharing settings you can edit network setting at the very bottom.


The disk menu shows each slot populated and to the right drive model, temps, and health status.

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ABOUT THE AUTHOR - Tyler Bernath

Growing up in a small farm town in northern Ohio, technology was never around unless it was in a tractor. At the early age of nine years old, my parents brought home our very first PC and I was instantly hooked and quickly learned what it meant to format a hard drive, spending many nights reinstalling Windows 95 as my parents slept. As I grew up, many things changed around me, but my love and enthusiast nature always kept my PC at my side. Eager to get deeper into technology, I started reviewing products.

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