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Old 05-03-2012, 09:59 AM   #1
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Question Synology DS212J and SANS DIGITAL TR4UTBPN Raid Enclosure


I have a SANS Digital system operating in RAID 5, currently conncted to a computer as an external (USB) connection. This volume is made available as a network storage to the other devices in my home network.

The specs are:


I have just purchased a Synology DS212J NAS server (specs below) which I will receive soon.


Anyone well versed with the SYNOLOGY DS212J know if I do connect the SANS DIGITAL system to the SYNOLOGY NAS via external USB solution, would I be able to enable that volume to be available as a network storage to other devices in my home network ? In other words, does the SYNOLOGY firmware support such an option ?


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