NETGEAR ReadyNAS 526X - NAS server - 0 GB

Mfg.Part: RN526X00-100NES | CDW Part: 4724647 | UNSPSC: 43201835
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  • NAS server
  • 6 bays
  • SATA 6Gb/s
  • RAID 0
  • 1
  • 5
  • 6
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NETGEAR ReadyNAS 526X - NAS server - 0 GB
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Main Features
  • NAS server
  • 6 bays
  • SATA 6Gb/s
  • RAID 0
  • 1
  • 5
  • 6
  • 10
  • JBOD
  • RAM 4 GB
  • Gigabit Ethernet / 10 Gigabit Ethernet
  • iSCSI
ReadyNAS 526X desktop NAS with dual 10 Gigabit Ethernet ports meets the high performance storage demands of today's dynamic business world. It is the ideal data storage solution for small offices that need capacity, performance and support for growth. RN526X provides unmatched data protection, file sharing and sync capabilities for state-of-the-art backup and recovery, file serving and collaboration.
NETGEAR ReadyNAS 526X - NAS server - 0 GB is rated5.00 out of5 by2.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great backup solution for businessI am a long-time ReadyNAS user (both at home and at work) and have used the ReadyNAS for backup and disaster recovery at work for over 7 years. I have also been using and recommending Netgear ReadyNAS for many of my customers. Netgear sent me a complimentary ReadyNAS 526x in exchange for providing a fair and honest review of the unit.The new ReadyNAS 526x units have eliminated the need for all of the complicated backup settings and firewall issues with the introduction of ReadyNAS Replicate. After enabling the Replicate service on the devices, the administrator can log into the Replicate Portal and quickly and easily setup secure backup jobs between devices. Additionally, with the ability to create unlimited snapshots, the user has ability to restore individual files, folders or the entire system from a specific point in time.My original disaster recovery installation included a ReadyNAS 2100 at our main location to receive backups from a dozen various servers (Windows, Red Hat and Linux-based VoIP phone system), as well as 2 others units located at our other sites. Every night, the main site backups are sent to the off-site locations.At that time, the setup and configuration of the backup jobs on the ReadyNAS was fairly straight-forward but required some knowledge setting up the NAS protocols (such as rsync), security (SSH keys) and IP addresses & paths for the remote units, as well as some firewall knowledge with respect to port-forwarding. The new OS on the ReadyNAS 526x makes offsite backups extremely simple, even for novice users.The ReadyNAS just works. Outside of the occasional drive failure or upgrade to increase capacity, I have not had to fiddle with anything. As a side note, my original ReadyNAS NV+ that I purchased way back in 2007 is still in service today and provides backup and media streaming services.
Date published: 2016-11-06T00:00:00-04:00