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TS-119 Server-Side Features
Exclusive Q-RAID 1 Data Backup
The Turbo NAS supports exclusive Q-RAID 1 advanced data backup function. The data on NAS can be synchronized to the external USB or eSATA drive. If the internal hard drive on the NAS should fail, users can install the external SATA hard drive to the NAS to restore the data and normal system operation.
Flexible Built-in iSCSI Target Service
With the built-in iSCSI target feature, the NAS can be an ideal solution for backup or storage expansion. Small business and SOHO users can easily create dedicated virtual drives ( up to 8 iSCSI devices) on the NAS for their PCs or existing servers. The iSCSI drives on the NAS can be formatted as file system and used as local drives.
S.M.A.R.T & Advanced HDD Health Scanning (HHS)
The NAS supports Hard Disk Drive S.M.A.R.T (Self-Monitoring Analysis and Reporting Technology) for monitoring the hard drive status. Moreover, the NAS is embedded with HHS Technology which supports disk checking and bad blocks scanning.
The NAS supports the majority of USB UPS devices (usbhid-ups supported) which enables the users to store the data in time and avoid critical data loss when power outage occurs during data transfer.
Supports Windows AD
The Windows AD feature enables server manager to import user accounts from Active Directory domain to NAS to reduce the time and effort for account setup, and users can use the same set of login name and password.
The most comprehensive support for numerous brands of IP cameras
The Surveillance Station of QNAP NAS supports all the leading network camera brands such as AXIS, D-Link, IPUX, LevelOne, Linksys, Panasonic and Vivotek etc. By using particular models, users can use two-way video and audio monitoring and recording, and smart PTZ control to control the monitoring direction via the web interface. Each of the supported cameras has been put through stringent tests with the NAS series in QNAP's laboratory to guarantee 100% compatibility and reliability with all these camera brands.
Policy-based Automatic IP Blocking
To prevent the NAS from malicious attacks, the server manager can create an IP filter policy to allow, deny, or auto-block the IP address or network domain which attempts to connect to the NAS via SSH/ Telnet/ HTTP(S)/ FTP/ samba/ AFP.
Instant SMS/ Email Alert
You can configure the SMTP server and SMSC server settings on the NAS in order to receive instant system warning or error messages by email or SMS.
SSL Secure Certificate
The administrator can upload a secure certificate and an RSA private key in X.509PEM format issued by a trusted provider in order to allow the users to access the NAS by secure SSL login.
All the system event logs and connection logs can be saved to a remote syslog server.
Network Recycle Bin
The files deleted from the network shares of the NAS will be moved to a particular recycle bin folder. You can restore your data anytime in case of unintended file deletion.
Comprehensive Event Log System
The logs of connections to the NAS via samba, FTP, AFP, HTTP, HTTPS, Telnet, and SSH, and networking services accessed by online users are all recorded.
Detailed System Information
You can view the system status, e.g., CPU usage, total memory, free memory, packets received, packets sent, error packets, system up time, CPU temperature, system temperature, HDD temperature, and system fan speed.
You can register a unique domain name from a DDNS service provider and assign it to your NAS. Your users can access the NAS by the domain name instead of the IP address.