Thecus N2310 Review: NAS with PowerPC processor

Different hardware, good performance



Installing the N2310 wasn't difficult, but it's worth having a look at the (meagre) instructions or the following paragraphs. First you need to go to for the software, or you can install it from the included CD-ROM. The NAS manager is called the Intelligent NAS software. It takes a little while before the software finds the NAS, so exercise a little patience or even let it search a couple times for the network disk.

Thecus N2310

During the installation process the NAS automatically configures the disks and an account is created so you can access the NAS via Dynamisch DNS / DDNS. The steps all makes sense, but aren't always entirely fleshed out. For example, you receive a mail from sender 'ddns' and have to click a verification link, after which you're taken to a blank screen with the words 'Verify successfully'. That means your DDNS installation was successful. 

Thecus N2310
The Dynamic DNS works, but could use a little colour.

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Thecus N2310

2 bay(s), 0 GB, 2.5 and/or 3.5 inch, Applied Micro APM86491, 1000 Mbit/s

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