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NETGEAR RN10441D-100EUS ReadyNAS 104 4 Bay Network Attached Storage (4x 1TB)

by NetGear

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4TB
  • Easily store, share and stream data from your personal cloud
  • Compatible with all Windows, Mac, Linux, web and mobile devices (for Mac OS X compatibility issues and best practices, see link below *)
  • Supports both SSD and SATA drives (with tool-less installation)
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Product Information

Style Name: 4TB
Technical Details
BrandNetGear
Item Weight4.7 Kg
Product Dimensions22.3 x 13.4 x 20.5 cm
Item model numberRN10441D-100EUS
SeriesRN10441D Readynas 104
Processor Count1
RAM Size0.512 GB
Number of USB 2.0 Ports1
Wattage47 watts
  
Additional Information
ASINB00BJ1BH10
Best Sellers Rank 88,157 in Computers & Accessories (See top 100)
Shipping Weight7 Kg
Date First Available18 Mar 2013
  
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Product Description

Style Name: 4TB

Product Description

ReadyNAS 104 Network Attached Storage
ReadyNAS 104 Network Attached Storage

ReadyNAS Four-Bay, Diskless Network Attached Storage (NAS) -- RN10400

Photographs, video clips, songs, websites and text messages -- the types of data that enrich our lives can seem endless. With ReadyNAS you have an easy way to centralise, access and share your digital world. More than storage for all your stuff, ReadyNAS features protection of your files, the ability to manage stored data from any web-enabled device and a library of add-ons that allow you to do more with your storage. Every networked attached storage (NAS) device from NetGear runs on the revolutionary ReadyNAS operating system.

Designed with ease-of-use in mind, devices are discovered automatically through the cloud and feature a sleek, modern interface. Also, stored data is protected not only with automatic RAID configuration, but this ReadyNAS offers home users the continuous data protection of unlimited snapshots along with real-time anti-virus and native encryption. ReadyNAS also features remote access innovations, cloud-based file synchronisation (ReadyDROP) and the ability to back-up data from your Mac anywhere in the world with Apple Time Machine (for Mac OS X compatibility issues and best practices, see link below *).

Your data is your world. With ReadyNAS, protecting and accessing that world is easy.


Benefits:

  • Easily store, share and stream data from your personal cloud
  • Complete protection and recoverability with XRAID2, unlimited snapshots and real-time anti-virus
  • Compatible with Windows, Mac, Linux, web and mobile devices (for Mac OS X compatibility issues and best practices, see link below *)
  • High-performance Marvell Armada CPU
  • 16TB maximum internal capacity
  • Supports SSD and SATA drives (with tool-less installation)
  • ReadyCLOUD for simple cloud-based set-up, file access and management
  • ReadyDROP for seamless file synchronisation across your digital ecosystem
  • Library of add-on applications available through NetGear Genie Plus Marketplace
Key Features for the Home
ReadyCLOUD Set-up and File Management

ReadyCLOUD Set-up and File Management: Online portal means no software to download or IP addresses to enter when getting started

Modern GUI

Modern GUI: Sleek, modern interface that puts the tools you need, where and when you need them

Genie+ Marketplace

Genie+ Marketplace: A platform for third party developers to deliver exciting, applications for your ReadyNAS


ReadyDROP/Dropbox File Synchronisation

ReadyDROP/Dropbox File Synchronisation: File synchronisation across NAS/PC/Mac/mobile devices (for Mac OS X compatibility issues and best practices, see link below *)

ReadyDLNA Media Streaming

ReadyDLNA Media Streaming: Stream movies, music and photos to DLNA-enabled smart TV’s and game consoles

Remote Back-up for Time Machine

Remote Back-up for Time Machine: Remote or local file back-up and recovery from Mac computers using the Apple Time Machine utility (for Mac OS X compatibility issues and best practices, see link below *)

Key Solutions for the Home
Personal Cloud

Personal Cloud: Easily store, share and access all of your data from wherever you are and whenever you need it

Back-up

Back-up: Easily store multiple copies of all your important files from Windows, Mac or Linux computers

Media Server (music/video/photos)

Media Server (music/video/photos): Stream movies, music and photos throughout your home and to mobile devices when you are on-the-go

Expandable Platform (embedded, add-on and mobile apps)

Expandable Platform (embedded, add-on and mobile apps): Extend ReadyNAS functionality with an expanding library of software add-ons


* Common Compatibility Issues and Best Practices When Using ReadyNAS OS 6 with Mac OS X

Click here for common compatibility issues and best practices when using ReadyNAS OS 6 with Mac OS X.


ReadyNAS Desktop Model Comparison Chart
Product Details
ReadyNAS 102
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ReadyNAS 104
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ReadyNAS 312
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ReadyNAS 314
Product Details
ReadyNAS 316
CPU Marvell Armada 370 1.2GHz Marvell Armada 370 1.2GHz Intel Atom 2.1GHz dual core Intel Atom 2.1GHz dual core Intel Atom 2.1GHz dual core
Memory 512MB 512MB 2GB 2GB 2GB
Drive Bays 2 4 2 4 6
Drive Types Supported SATA/SSD 2.5" or 3.5" SATA/SSD 2.5" or 3.5" SATA/SSD 2.5" or 3.5" SATA/SSD 2.5" or 3.5" SATA/SSD 2.5" or 3.5"
eSATA Expansion Ports 1 1 1 2 (1 Shared USB/ eSATA port) 2
Gigabit LAN Ports 1 2 2 2 2
USB Ports USB 2.0, Two USB 3.0 USB 2.0, Two USB 3.0 USB 2.0, Two USB 3.0 USB 2.0, Two USB 3.0 USB 2.0, Two USB 3.0
Power Supply 12V, 5A External 60W: input 100-240V AC, 50/60Hz 12V, 7A External 90W; input 100-240V AC, 50-60Hz 12V, 5A External 60W: input 100-240V AC, 50/60Hz 12V, 7A External 90W; input 100-240V AC, 50-60Hz Internal 200W; input 100-240V AC, 50-60Hz
Two-line LCD Display No Yes No Yes Yes
Touchscreen Navigation No No No No Yes
Fan (mm) 92 92 92 92 120

Box Contains

ReadyNAS 104
4x HDD Tray (Tool less installation)
4x 1 Tb Desktop HDD
ReadyNAS OS 6.0 Installation Guide
Power Adapter and Cable
Ethernet Cable
ReadyNAS Installation and Resource CD

From the Manufacturer

All your files are fully protected and ready to stream, share, or access from anywhere. And with the app, backing up and syncing files has never been easier.

NETGEAR ReadyNAS 104 – 4-Bay Network Attached Storage

  • Complete file protection with 5 levels of security for your photos and files
  • Automatic backup and sync with ReadyCLOUD PC app
  • Smartphone photo backup with free mobile app
  • Uninterrupted streaming of movies and music with DLNA, iTunes and Plex
  • Anywhere cloud access and sharing from computers and mobile devices
  • Hot swap and disk spin down
  • 1.2 Ghz processor and 512 GB on board RAM for swift data transfers

Stream Videos and Music

- Stream videos with DLNA or the Plex app

- Stream music with iTunes

Comprehensive Back up

- Automatic folder backup for PCs

- Multi-user time machine, backup for Macs

- Smartphone photo backup

Sync your PCs

- Turn any folder on your ReadyNAS into a sync folder

- Documents in sync folders will be kept up to date and available from any PC

- Share synced folders for the ultimate in collaboration

A Private Cloud of your Own

- Access via smartphones using the ReadyCLOUD mobile app

- Access via your PC using the ReadyCLOUD PC app

- Access via the web from our website

RN102 – 2 Bay RN104 – 4 bay RN312 – 2 Bay RN314 – 4 Bay RN316 – 6 Bay
Suggested # of current users 1-5 1-5 5-25 5-25 5-25
Maximum solution capacity 8 TB 16 TB 28 TB (w/ EDA500) 56 TB (w/ EDA500) 64 TB (w/ EDA500)
Supported drive types 2.5 SATA/SSD and 3.5 SATA Support 2.5 SATA/SSD and 3.5 SATA Support 2.5 SATA/SSD and 3.5 SATA Support 2.5 SATA/SSD and 3.5 SATA Support 2.5 SATA/SSD and 3.5 SATA Support
Gigabit LAN ports 1 2 2 2 2
eSATA ports 1 1 2 2 2
USB ports 1 USB 2.0 + 2 USB 3.0 1 USB 2.0 + 2 USB 3.0 1 USB 2.0 + 2 USB 3.0 1 USB 2.0 + 2 USB 3.0 1 USB 2.0 + 2 USB 3.0
Media streaming DLNA, PLEX, iTunes DLNA, PLEX, iTunes DLNA, PLEX, iTunes and Transcoding DLNA, PLEX, iTunes and Transcoding DLNA, PLEX, iTunes and Transcoding
Remote access for mobile app, web browser
5 layers of protection
Auto backup and sync

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

3.9 out of 5 stars

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By TetoD on 30 Jan 2014
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I have tried different NAS before and did not work - needed to spend too much time in learning "how to" so was quite hesitant in choosing unit this time, specially considering the seemingly split opinion of previous reviewers.

I must confess - it took a day or two to get to grips with this unit, but longer I spent - more I learned and I'm now convinced I made the correct choice.

It seems to offer endless possibilities and great control over access, setting different users with user credentials etc.

I have not tried yet the remote access and interaction with Mobile devices, but now confident have made the correct choice.
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101 of 111 people found the following review helpful By A. Hawkins on 20 Dec 2013
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It pains me to write this, because I have experience of other ReadyNAS units - the older Ultra4 and Ultra6 units, the excellent 516, and the highly reliable rack-mount 2100 and 2120 units.

All of the above I'd give 4 or 5 stars to, but this, the 104, is just unfit for purpose. I'd give it zero stars if that were possible.

We installed one in September and it was fine for just over 3 months (so just outside Netgear's 90 day free telephone support period...).

Then, one day, it just locked up. Completely unresponsive - inaccessible by any electronic method, either for file access, admin interface, ssh connection, even pinging the unit fails.

The power button is also unresponsive, either to the multiple-press graceful shutdown, or the press-and-hold forced shutdown.

The only cure is to pull the power cable and start over, risking data loss.

It then repeated this 24 hours later, then 2 hours after that, then 5 hours later again.

Searching the Netgear forums reveal other people having the same problem, across various versions of the firmware, since release.

To be clear, we are currently using only about 100GB of the 6TB available space, for office-type documents and files used by half a dozen people. We are not using DLNA, nor streaming nor recording video or audio, nor running databases or gaming or anything intensive - although these are all things that should be possible on this NAS.

On advice from the support forums I disabled the DLNA service and any other services not essential to using the NAS (so, no antivirus for example)

I eventually got to talk to a Netgear support person*, who reviewed the logs (which are comprehensive, good!
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By MR A. on 21 Aug 2014
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Bought the device a while ago with no disks and added 4 x 3TB Seagate Drives to it. Configured it for ISCSI and use it for a datastore on an ESXi VM host. Not the fasted device but useful for a LAB environment. Probably wouldn't recommend in a Live environment other that for a backup solution.

I have since bought another two of these and added the 4 X 3TB. So far no problems on any of them. Interface not as good as QNAP or Synology but fairly easy to use.

I would recommend updating the Firmware as soon as you get the devices as the version I had one the first one I bought was a bit glitchy. Upgrading it solved this and it has run smoothly since.
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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Mr Crisp on 21 Jan 2014
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Bought this to store my movie collection for streaming to a media player PC.
Equipped it with two WD Red 3TB drives in non-raid configuration, and when using the gigabit LAN they play faultlessly.

When trying to stream over wireless there was a bit of buffering, but this wasn't down to the NAS.

If you can, up your connections to gigabit as transferring files to the NAS via 10/100 can take an age if they're DVD size or above.

I disabled all the cloud based services, as I don't want or need my files on the internet, however I kept the gateway in place so that the unit could self upgrade, but it would't play ball and I had to do it manually, which was a bummer.

One tip, write down the username and password for admin somewhere safe, because when you've mapped a drive and start using the unit you might not need the details again for ages, and most likely forget them.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Mr. Justin G. Rohomon on 29 Oct 2014
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update : Flashed the firmware to the latest beta 6.2 firmware and fingers crossed, its been going good for 2 weeks uptime now, even with long backups etc.. Did a bit of research and uploaded the new firmware hesitantly but seems to have paid off, also network transfers seem to be faster as well by about 10-15mb/sec, large files such as isos and flacs can top out around 47-52mb/sec now. I noticed the fan now seems to work as it was stuck at 800rpm with the previous version, now speeds up and slows down in a proper manner, up to say 1500rpm under load, not loud. Cpu temp never goes much over 60C where previously it went to 75C+, quite possibly a factor in the freezing.

Good points now that it seems to be working : Easy to use, rsync works flawlessly to another NAS and external USB, file system is very resilient.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Graham on 8 Nov 2014
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Just to be clear from the start that I was given a ReadyNAS 104 through a friend of mine who works for Netgear, so you can take this review with a pinch of salt, as you wish.

However I was in the market for a NAS because we've got a huge number of photos and videos that we don't want to lose on a normal hard drive so something more robust was required. We've also got friends and family scattered across the world so we wanted to share photos of our family without resorting to a public cloud that would then force everyone to sign up and we'd have to pay for the storage.

So I received the ReadyNAS 104 and put a total of 4 1TB disks in it. That's given me just over 2.6TB of capacity which was better than I thought I'd get.

The disks were simple to install, once I'd figured out that you have to hold side and front of the tray at the same time. I was a bit worried about damaging the slides, but actually it's pretty robust and five minutes later everything was in and hooked up to my router.

It's very quiet once switched on, so no worries there and the little blue screen gives you the confidence that everything is set up correctly.

I then turned to the online set-up which was the bit I was worried about given the reviews of previous versions of the software. I was pleasantly surprised and it was really easy to work with.

I set up some shares for my wife and me and then just used the existing folder structure to move some photos over from my existing external drives that are attached to my PC. Logically this is really easy as the NAS just appears as a network device in Windows Explorer.

I then got to installing the part I was really interested in which was ReadyDrop feature.
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