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 Quad-Core Multimedia NAS5-Bay DiskStation

May 2017
10 GbE NAS2-bay SOHO NAS
ProductQuad-Core Multimedia NAS
TS-453B-4G
5-Bay DiskStation
DS1517+
10 GbE NAS
TS-431X
2-bay SOHO NAS
TS-231P
Company
QNAPSynologyQNAPQNAP
Summary

Four bay RAID 5 NAS powered by quad-core Intel Celeron J3455 processor. Optional 10 GbE support via PCIe card.

5 bay RAID 5 class NAS running on quad-core Intel Atom platform. Supports eSATA connected expansion cabinet & optional 10 GbE or M.2 SSD cache

Four-bay RAID5 class NAS with dual Gigabit Ethernet ports and built-in 10GbE SFP+ port. Powered by dual-core Annapurna Labs CPU.

Dual-bay RAID 1 class NAS powered by dual-core Annapurna Labs AL-212

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Date added2017-07-182017-05-112017-05-022017-04-12
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System
RAID Class RAID5-10GbERAID5-10GbERAID5-10GbERAID1
OS LinuxLinuxLinuxLinux
CPU uP-4Atom-4SoC-2SoC-2
CPU DetailIntel Celeron J3455 quad-core @ 1.5 GHzQuad-core Intel Atom C2538 @ 2.4 GHzDual-core AnnapurnaLabs Alpine AL-212 @ 1.7GHzAnnapurnaLabs Alpine dual-core AL-212 @ 1.7GHz
RAM (MB)4096819220481024
Upgradable
Flash (KB)524288524288524288
Power - Normal28382215
Power - Eco18137
Noise Low Medium Low Very Low
Firmware4.3.3.0188DSM 6.1.1-151014.3.3.01544.2.4
Notes- RAM upgradable to 8 GB total
- Supports optional 10 GBe PCIe card
- Supports 2 10GbE ports or M.2 SSD via PCIe cardBuilt in 10 GbE SFP+ port
Network
# of ports2422
10GbE
Failover
Load Balance
Aggregation
Domain / AD
IPv6
Drives
Type SATASATASATASATA
Size BothBothBothBoth
Number 4542
Hot Swap
Filesystem EXT4BTRFS/EXT4EXT4EXT4
Capacity (TB)
Drive
Ports
USB 2.00000
USB 3.05433
eSATA0200
Serial0n00
VGA0n00
HDMI2n00
Display
Indicators
Panel
Beeper
Network File Protocols
SMB/CIFS
AFP
NFS
HTTP
HTTPS
WebDAV
Services
FTP
Secure FTP
Print
UPnP AV
DLNA
iTunes
Download BT/HTTP/FTPBT/HTTP/FTPBT/HTTP/FTPBT/HTTP/FTP
Volumes
Single disk
JBOD
RAID 0
RAID 1
RAID 5
RAID 5 + spare
RAID 6
RAID 10
iSCSI Target
iSCSI Initiator
RAID Expansion
RAID Migration
Backup
Manual
Scheduled
Snapshot
Rsync
Rsync custom
FTP
CIFS
NFS
Scheduled Network
Encryption
Compression
Time Machine
Windows Client
Mac OS Client
Cloud S3 DropboxS3S3
NotesAlso supports Google Drive, Amazon Glacier, Dropbox &moreCloud backup also to Amazon Drive, Amazon S3, Google Drive, OneDrive & moreAlso backup or sync to Amazon S3, Amazon Glacier, Microsoft Azure, Google Cloud Storage, Openstack Swift, Microsoft OneDrive, Google Drive, Dropbox, Amazon Drive, Yandex Disk, Box, and hubiCAlso backup or sync to Amazon S3, Amazon Glacier, Microsoft Azure, Google Cloud Storage, Openstack Swift, Microsoft OneDrive, Google Drive, Dropbox, Amazon Drive, Yandex Disk, Box, and hubiC
Power Mgmt
Idle Drive
Shutdown / Startup
Restart after power fail
Wake On LAN
UPS Sync
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