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How to setup QNAP NAS

After looking for a new NAS I was surprised to find very few videos on how to set up the QNAP TVS-951x NAS. After buying the NAS I decided to do my own video on how to set up the NAS. I hope you find it of use:


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What Is A QNAP NAS?

QNAP's Network Attached Storage(NAS) are systems that consist of one or more hard drives that are constantly connected to the internet. The QNAP becomes your backup "hub", or storage unit that stores all your important files and media such as photos, videos and music. Imagine it being your external hard drive, but rather taking it everywhere, it is placed at home and accessible for you and your family to use at anytime and anywhere.

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Which NAS Should You Buy in 2020? | Best QNAP Systems Compared

Today is the day we unplug and analyse the best NAS systems I've used over the past year. So prepare yourself for the uploading of everything to consider when buying a NAS.

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TS-453Be: https://vtudio.com/a/?a=qnap+ts-453Be
TVS-872XT: https://vtudio.com/a/?a=qnap+tvs-872XT
TVS-872N: https://vtudio.com/a/?e=qnap+tvs-872N
TB3 Cable: https://vtudio.com/a/?e=qnap+2m+thunderbolt+3
10GBe Adapter: https://vtudio.com/a/?a=owc+thunderbolt+3+adapter
D-Link WIFI Adapter: https://vtudio.com/a/?a=d-link+ac1200+usb

CLOUD BACKUPS
G Suite's Business Plan offers Unlimited Storage: https://vtudio.com/a/?google=gsuite

SUMMARY
A NAS allows you to connect multiple computers to storage at the same time, they also contain their own processor to do work for you in the background without needing to hog the resources of your current computer. So for example you can get them to backup your data to the cloud and scan the hard drives for errors and viruses - allowing your computer to focus on your work at hand.

TS-453Be
The cheapest NAS presented here is the TS-453Be which is great as a first NAS and unlike units from other manufacturers it contains a PCIe upgrade slot to allow you to install a SSD/10GBe expansion card when you need extra speed.
TS-453Be: https://vtudio.com/a/?a=qnap+ts-453Be

TVS-x72XT
The current kings of NAS at the moment is the TVS-x72XT range containing the fastest connections built in and a powerful 8th gen Intel processor to handle the fastest performance - yes performance is improved with a better processor.
TVS-872XT: https://vtudio.com/a/?a=qnap+tvs-872XT

TVS-x72N
A budget range of the TVS-x72XT which excludes 10GBe and Thunderbolt 3, however depending on the deal you can find - over in Australia I've found them listed at some retailers A$1,000 cheaper than the XT range, so for a value deal you can grab one and use one of the PCIe slots to upgrade to 10GBe yourself and you're set.
TVS-872N: https://vtudio.com/a/?e=qnap+tvs-872N

WHAT IS RAID
RAID0 - Uses all drives to create one large storage space.
RAID5 - Uses one of the drives for protection in case of drive failure - so you don't use all your data.
RAID6 - Uses two of the drives for protection - better safety, slightly slower speeds.

THUNDERBOLT 3
These NAS drives are easy to get up and running, however the hard drives in NAS systems are noisy and the current longest cables you can get are only 2 meters in length, so while it's great for temporary usage, I recommend using a 10GBe ethernet cable with a Thunderbolt 3 adapter instead - that way you get up to 100 meters in length.
Cable: https://vtudio.com/a/?e=qnap+2m+thunderbolt+3
Adapter: https://vtudio.com/a/?a=owc+thunderbolt+3+adapter

10GBe
The current standard in performance speed, while you'll only get these speeds with 4 or more hard drives operating at RAID0, with a fast enough processor, it's a good idea to aim for these cables as they go up to 100 meters in length and as you grow out your system your speeds will improve.
Cable: https://vtudio.com/a/?e=10gbe+cable
10GBe to TB3 Adapter: https://vtudio.com/a/?a=owc+10gbe+ thunderbolt+3+adapter

WHY NOT A DAS?
They hog your computers resources, only allow one connection at a time, and the cable length is limited so they can be a very noisy solution.

WHICH HARD DRIVES?
I've been using Seagate Ironwolf Pro drives for the past few years, they have large capacities at fast operating speeds.
Seagate IronWolf Review:


WIFI
All NAS systems I've used require a direct connection to a router or a WIFI dongle to connect to the internet. Connecting to the internet is a security risk, however if used cautiously with good security practices, it is great for accessing a NAS from both over the Wifi or over the Internet when required.
D-Link WIFI Adapter: https://vtudio.com/a/?a=d-link+ac1200+usb

COMPANION VIDEOS
QNAP Tech Day:

TVS-872N Review:

TVS-472XT Review: https://vtudio.com/a/?a=qnap+10gbe
TS-453Be Review:

In-Depth Setup Guide:


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