In my previous post, I promised I will post details of my NAS system. Therefore, I am going to give the full description of my U-NAS.


Official website:

U-NAS Information

U-NAS Version

  • Serial Number: 000000000000
  • U-NAS Model: U-NAS CE
  • System Version: 3.1.1

System Information

  • Host Name: U-NAS
  • Host IP:
  • Kernel Version: 3.16.0-6-amd64
  • Average Load: 0.60, 0.55, 0.45
  • Up Time: 1:36

Hardware Information

  • CPU Model: Intel(R) Celeron(R) CPU J3160 @ 1.60GHz
  • Physical Memory: 3GB
  • nic0:Realtek Semiconductor Co., Ltd. RTL8111/8168/8411 PCI Express Gigabit Ethernet Controller (rev 11)



U-NAS front view
Front view
  • Case: NSC-400 4-bay, front USB3.0
  • SATA: 6 data 3.0, support up to 6 disks
  • Power Supply: Delta 250W, Flex style. Server Power Supply.
  • RAM: 3GB
  • System Disk: 64GB  2.5 inch SSD.
  • CPU: Intel J3160 four cores.
  • Motherboard: AsRock J3160-ITX Rev1.02




Top View

Motherboard inside


U-NAS rear view


U-NAS system 3.1.1.  It is based on the Debian distribution 8, I think.

This system has a Web interface. Most of the time, I managed it through the web interface.

U-NAS 3.1.1 Interface

There are a lot of apps in the APP Manager.

Let me try to list the Apps I believe you will be interested in. I do not include the system apps.

  • ISO Mount
  • VPN service
  • Peanut Hull
  • Samba Service
  • WebDAV service
  • Web Server
  • SSH Server
  • U-NAS Cloud
  • KVM
  • Clam AV
  • VirtualBox
  • XMail Server
  • FTP Service
  • Media Center
  • NGS Service
  • RainLoop
  • Surveillance
  • Transmission
  • U-Anywhere
  • PlexMedia Server
  • Aria2
  • OnlyOffice
  • Rclone
  • Reverse Proxy
  • Nextcloud
  • Docker
  • AWS S3
  • Rsync Backup
  • Card DAV
  • Dropbox
  • iTunes Server
  • Time Machine

As a NAS system, RAID is very important.  U-NAS supports LVM + RAID 0/1/5/6/10.

But, I am not using any RAID. I just use the plain folder share function, BT download, FTP, etc.

Most of the time I used it as storage with other backup methods. It means, either I have a copy of these files in U-NAS, or it can be download from somewhere on the Internet.

David Yin

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