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  1. I am looking to setup a cloud storage at my home. The idea is to be able to use FTP to send/receive files to the storage when away from home, and to be able to access the drive via home network while at home on the network. I have looked around a bit and have seen there is a wide range of options but all seem to function a little different. It would be nice to setup a solution that fits the description I've provided. Is such a setup possible? What is the recommended storage unit for this? What type of configuration will I need to do? I would prefer to get at least 2-3TB of storage, that should last a long time. If unit is expandable that would be a bonus. Really want to do this for ~$200 if possible. In case it's needed, I have Verizon Fios and a Verizon router.
  2. First I would like to start off saying thanks to overclockers club I am now a IT professional and work for a great company. If it wasn't for me asking questions and actually trying things I wouldnt be where I am today. Okay ranting done. I havent been able to get a good answer for my question so I decided to post on here. I have a thecus nas N7510 its one of the very few 7 bay nas made by Thecus. I am trying to turn my JBOD setup to a Raid 5 or 0 my question is what is the best drive to get for the NAS I know its beneficial to have the same time of drives but before I shell out close to 700 or so for drives what is the best one to get I think the seagate hybirds seem great but not sure if thats the best NAS drive. I also know they make NAS drives specifically for nas's but are those any good? As far as what I plan on using this for is my main media hub, pictures, streaming so performance is a must! Thanks in advance I believe it has has been 5+ years since I have been on here.
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