Printers, HDDs, USB/eSATA drives, 3rd-party programs
...is that possible? And if so: what should I look for... requirements?
Setup: D-link635/Linksys(wifi), Sonos ZP90+ZP120+S5+CR200, iPod Touch & iPad2, Twonky7.0.9(server), MaxtorSS+/Qnap TS-109+112(NAS'es), MediaMonkey 4(media manager)
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- NAS Model: TS-101/TS-201
Start with the QNAP NAS HDD Compatibility list
- several 4 TB HDD listed already.
Pre-requirements: An out-of-the-box TS-112 might come flashed with older firmware, not able to partition a drive with a capacity exceeding 2 TB. The most simple way: If you have a spare HDD available (max. 2 TB), run a full initial installation with this HDD, and go for v3.7.3 (or the coming-up v3.8.1) firmware. Then your NAS box is ready to play the 4 TB drive. Enjoy!
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