On Sun, 24 Apr 2011, Raymond O'Donnell wrote:
> I've just recently got a D-Link DNS-323, and put 2 x 1TB disks into it
> set up as RAID-1. It has a fan, but it's quiet enough to sit on the desk
> beside me. I've only just started to play with it, but it does file
> sharing over SMB, FTP, uPnP, etc, can act as an ITunes server, etc etc.
I've had a DNS-323 for the past couple of years (money wasted as far as
I'm concerned). It's not what I'm after.
I'm after a device that'll sit by the TV and provide a front end to the
real file server I've got sitting in a rack in the garage (where the
D-link's 1TB disks are destined when I get around to it).
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