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Tutorial Setup consideration: NAS Disks vs LAN Environment

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Tutorial Setup consideration: NAS Disks vs LAN Environment

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Setup consideration: NAS Disks vs LAN Environment - When you purchase new disk(s) into your NAS, don't forget for your LAN Environment possibilities

When you finish preparation stage - what disk(s) or disk group(s) is best for your data operation mode, don't forget for a specific limitations - your network (possible bottleneck).
In this case I will take into consideration frequent mistakes in such preparation stage, that have impact to your satisfaction. Specially for LAN.

First - wired network is wired (faster, secure, manageable), then hen you have a chance to prepare some wired network across your home/office don't hesitate to...

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