A Retired NAS Device

My old NAS has retired a month ago. D-Link DNS-323, a very classic device, came to my house in Nov. 2009. It worked for me more than seven years.

The very beginning idea to get a NAS at home:

1) Storage for digital photos, DV
2) Backup space for my desktop
3) Power consumption
4) Noise from fan
5) Expand or hackability.

NAS-323

It is still in good condition. The main reason to replace it is the capacity.

DNS-323 has two bays. I put one 1.5TB and one 2 TB Western Digital hard drives in it. It is almost full. I have to find a new NAS. To save the cost and continue to use the hard disks, I am looking for the new NAS with four bays. I save the details for my next post.

I will put it on my old hardware shelf. If someone is interested in it, please send an email to me.