Selling * SOLD* Synology 220+ NAS with 10GB RAM & 2 - 6TB Seagate Iron Wolf NAS HD’s

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Selling * SOLD* Synology 220+ NAS with 10GB RAM & 2 - 6TB Seagate Iron Wolf NAS HD’s

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Synology 220+ NAS with 10GB RAM & 2 - 6TB Seagate Iron Wolf NAS HD’s.
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Synology 220+ NAS with 10GB RAM and 2-6TB Seagate Iron Wolf NAS HD’s
· Upgraded to 10GB of RAM to run VM’s, Docker Containers, Web Servers, Self-Hosting all at the same time
· Included are 2 - 6 Terabyte Seagate Iron Wolf NAS HD’s
· Just some of the things the Synology 220+ NAS can do:
o Run your own self hosted web/email server
o Run Linux or Windows virtual machines
o Run multiple Docker containers simultaneously
o Home movie/media server via Plex, Emby, Jellyfin
o Home music/mp3 server
o Photo and video editing
o Works with PC or MAC
o NVR video surveillance station via free Synology app
o 6,000 GB’s of storage space (RAID 1), or 12,000 GB’s of storage space (RAID 0)
o Highly secure and trusted storage platform from Synology

*Double your LAN transfer speeds by connecting two network cables to your LAN via SMB transfer speeds over 200MB/sec -*Requires a 2.5GB or greater PC NIC – See photo for LAN transfer speed.
NAS Unit will include 10GB RAM upgrade and 2 – 6TB Seagate Iron Wolf NAS HD’s – Hard drives willbe securely wiped prior to shipping. HDs will be wrapped and packed individually for shipping. The only thing the new user will need to do is insert the drives, and turn to unit on, Viola 6TB’s/12TB’s of storage and a new LAN server. I will also include a couple of RJ45 LAN network cables.
I am selling this because I am upgrading to a Synology RS822+.
I have never had any issues what-so-ever with this system.
*Shipping is $24.99 USPS to lower 48 US states only.
Item will ship on the first business day after auction ends – Tracking number provided.

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