Over the years, QNAP NAS has grown in terms of performance, reliability, and functionality. Besides the standard features like IP Camera Video Recording and Web Server, it has started to provide a platform to run Virtual Machine. This feature is found in larger or newer models. It can support up to 8 virtual machines.
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QNAP Turbo NAS is a file server for high performance data sharing over standard network protocols and also a reliable shared storage in the virtualization environment.
QNAP NAS supports SMB/CIFS, NFS, and AFP for file sharing across Windows, Mac, Linux/UNIX networks. You can create user accounts and shared folders via the user-friendly web-based interface without IT expertise required.
The shared folder aggregation feature allows you to create a portal folder and aggregate multiple shared folders from different IP addresses to the portal folder. It provides you an easier way to manage and share the data in Windows Active Directory environment and lets users access all the resources from a single access point.
You can create multiple users and specify their password, quota, and user groups by simply uploading the batch file in TXT or Excel CSV format to the NAS.
QNAP NAS supports Gigabit LAN networks and delivers high-speed data transfer. The Intel-based QNAP NAS series delivers over 100MB/s read and write speed, which almost saturates the Gigabit network.
For companies who need to regularly share and back up large-sized files, such as graphics or videos, the NAS greatly enhances the productivity by speeding up data transfer over the network.
QNAP NAS features FTP (File Transfer Protocol) server which can be easily set up for convenient and high-speed sharing of large files with other users on the Internet.
You can create multiple user accounts to allow your friends or customers to upload files to and/or download files from the NAS.
Advanced settings such as “anonymous login”, “FTP with read/write access”, or “FTP write only” access can be specified. The NAS also supports secure FTPS (FTP over SSL/TLS) for secure file transfer.
Web File Manager is a web-based feature for NAS users to download, upload, and manage the files anywhere by web browsers. Folder creation, file extraction, and smart search for folder and files are supported.
It makes file management on the NAS much easier.
The NAS can advertise its services to the network for easy sharing and access. By enabling UPnP discovery service, the NAS can be discovered by any operating systems that support UPnP.
The NAS is also capable of broadcasting services through Bonjour protocol for convenient access by Mac computers.
The NAS can be easily joined to Windows AD for efficient user account management. The users can use the same AD account name and password to connect to the NAS on the local network.
The NAS supports large-scale AD deployment of up to 200,000 AD users and groups.
The NAS supports WebDAV with the web server feature enabled.
You can create the WebDAV shared folders on the NAS for remote Internet access and copy files to the NAS by simple drag and drop on Windows PCs.
QNAP NAS supports mounting ISO images of CD and DVD discs as network shares for data archiving, storage, and sharing.
This feature saves the space for storing the physical discs, reduces the risk of data loss caused by disc wearing and tearing, and enhances the performance of data sharing on a business network.