techman05 wrote:Those are about the few right now , replicate, firefly, dlna, and remote with ftp (which I think is in the current firmware and ftp since its required for the android app). If I went for the ultra and planned for the license I know I'd want to mess with sifka and orb since I have alot of photos and media. I've been the voluntary photo archiver for my local family.
techman05 wrote:I bought my duo v1 at the time since it had the speed and connections/power options I wanted vs usb on my dgnd3700 router. It's not even listed on the main page so I want be towards newer features like replicate and usb 3.0 when I am ready to use them.
techman05 wrote:Also any idea if any of the current devices is "futureproofed" with ipv6
techman05 wrote:and large userbase(v1 I think had a limit of like 40,000[which family-wise won't be used up]
Do note that you can't migrate your disks from the v1 to the v2 due to the different RAID format. So do make sure you're getting what you think you are. See How to tell whether I have a Duo v1 or Duo v2 or NV+ v1 or NV+ v2
This will work, but of course you will lose redundancy on the source array when you remove a drive. Getting a single new starter disk would overcome that problem, but of course will cost a bit more.techman05 wrote:Well I figured I'd take one drive out and let it get set up and then push across like with rsync that I know shouldn't be too bad as long as I'm local. I've got 2x 2TB's and a 1.5TB so I can prep it and then move the others over after users and data is up and running. I'd probably do the same if I went to the ultra devices. I'd assume as long as they are on the same subnet they can just point to the name of nas2 and select folders that way as well.
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