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The device keeps hanging whenever there are multiple connections needed. Taking out one hard disk and will require you to move the second disk to the first slot and requires initialisation which formats the disk. Requires a separately purchased exFAT license key to read exFAT external hard disk (hello, its 2020).
The lock slot does not prevent someone from opening the case and taking out the hard disk, a serious flaw and lack consideration .
Changing to two hard disk in Raid 0 seems to work fine with 4 IP cameras.
Does not allow you to reset 2FA easily if you have disabled the reset button. Gosh.
This is one of the most frustrating pieces of crap I've ever had the misfortune of working with. The interface is obtuse. It is difficult to log in. You can't upload a full directory tree (you have to create every one of the the sub-directories manually, then upload the files one sub-directory at a time). And it never stops accessing the disks (it wore out my 6 TB HGST drive; SMART showed bad after 2 months).
Works great. I use it to stream videos and hd homerun DVR storage. Runs great with Kodi as well. The two USB 3.0 comes in handy. Plug in an external drive and easily copy files to the NAS. Transfer rate I got over the network is around 100 mb/sec.
I was tired of using thumb drives to synchronize data on my desktop with other computers in the house, then the desktop computer had some operating system issues.. I don't trust the cloud storage offered free from various providers (also slow access from my 100mbps internet service) which led me to a simple network attached storage system in my home. This unit is not really a plug and play device and does require some networking background. Using the manuals and on-line tutorials, I was able to get it up and running as a simple NAS in a couple of days. The next task is to turn it into a cloud storage so I can access data from anywhere. So far the Asustor 1002T will meet all my needs. A very nice compact unit.