File Storage & Sharing :: QTS for home :: NAS :: QNAP


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Turbo NAS for Home
Easily enrich home entertainment and content sharing
File Storage & Sharing
File Storage & Sharing
Compared with using a USB storage device to share files, you have a more convenient alternative for sharing your music, photos, and videos with family members and friends. If you own a business and work in SOHO environments, the Turbo NAS even helps share files with clients and partners efficiently, thus increases operation productivity. All you need is the “personal cloud” provided by the Turbo NAS.

Easy access

Click and go

The Turbo NAS can advertise its services to the network for easy sharing and access. By enabling the UPnP discovery service, the Turbo NAS will show up on any computer or mobile device that supports UPnP.
The Turbo NAS is also capable of broadcasting services through Bonjour protocol for convenient access within the “Finder” on Mac computers.
The zero configuration networking enables easy network access from the computers, mobile devices or any Wi-Fi access point to the Turbo NAS and easy data sharing.

User Manual

FTP Server

Easy setup, large files sharing

The FTP Server function built-in on the Turbo NAS makes it easy to share files with others, particularly large file transfer. The FTP server is easy to set up, and you can enjoy the high-speed data transfer from the huge storage capacity Turbo NAS. Your library of music, films, photos or reports is not isolated anymore because the Turbo NAS satisfies your desire to share.

Access right control

Multiple user accounts can be created to allow your colleagues, partners or customers to upload files to and download files from the Turbo NAS.

User Manual Application Notes

File Station

File operations on the web

The File Station brings conventional file operations done on the computer desktop all to the web browser. Users can upload, download, and manage files anywhere with a web browser. File extraction, folder creation, and smart search for files and folder are supported and functioned over the Internet. This management platform makes file management on the NAS much easier, saving more time to increase productivity. It is more than just a disk on the local network. As long as getting on the Internet and using the Internet browser, users can manage the NAS anywhere and anytime. Open a web browser, log in to the Turbo NAS File Station, you are immediately able to manage files stored on the Turbo NAS. The File Station is a web-based feature for NAS users to upload, download, and manage the files anywhere using web browsers. This intuitive interface makes file management on the NAS much easier.

Find desired files more quickly

Even with a massive amount of data, there are no worries in about finding desired files. The File Station provides smart filters for file searching and browsing. The pop-up thumbnails also enable you to quickly and clearly preview the file. File browsing is more intuitive and effortless with the File Station.

Stream multimedia contents

File Station supports VLC for multimedia streaming. Just click on your photos, music and videos to directly play the contents. The slideshow display helps gather the media files in an organized manner for you to preview and play, and you can easily use video seeking to smooth video playback. File Station also supports video subtitle in .srt format.

Securely share files with a URL

There are numerous ways to share files over the Internet. Among them a single download link is considered to be the most convenient way. The QNAP File Station now allows sharing multiple files with unique URLs that can be clicked to download without requiring any user login. This eliminates complicated privilege configurations and the login process. Security is ensured with SSL and password options. The Turbo NAS owner can also set an URL expiration time for the shared URLs.

Large files upload

Uploading large-sized files via a web browser used to be a nightmare. The File Station now supports uploading large-sized files with a web browser. No additional software installation is needed.

Shared links for mutual file sharing

You can easily share a bunch of files in a shared folder with friends via a sharing link. By activating the file upload function, your friends will be granted the privilege to upload files to your File Station without a user account required. You can even set an expiration time for shared files.


ISO files archiving

Efficient ISO files archiving

Are you overwhelmed by lots of CD’s and DVD’s and wondering how to effectively manage them? The Turbo NAS supports mounting ISO images of CD’s and DVD’s for data archiving and storage. This feature saves the space needed for storing the physical discs and reduces the risk of data loss caused by disc wearing and tearing whilst making it easy to search through the long list of files. By means of mounting ISO files to the Turbo NAS, you can build up your music or video library easily.


Qsync for file synchronization

Bigger than Dropbox!

Not satisfied with the limited Dropbox storage? The Qsync utility turns your Turbo NAS into a safe data center for file synchronization with huge storage. You can upload photos from mobile or tablet devices to the Turbo NAS, and access the same files on any computer, laptop or mobile device linked to the Turbo NAS. Qsync is especially useful for frequent travelers to manage files and always have the most updated files on different devices. Qsync provides multiple ways of file synchronization and group file sharing, greatly enhancing the flexibility of collaboration.

Sync files across devices

Whenever you add, edit, delete or rename a file on one computer, the change applies to all others linked with the Turbo NAS, so you have exactly identical contents on all your devices.

Save up device storage

It allows you to remove files on one computer without affecting the copies stored on others that are linked with the Turbo NAS. However, when someone updates the files your deleted from another computer, you can still retrieve them in the Qsync folder.

Sync selective sub-folders

When synchronizing files, you can choose to only sync specific sub-folders within the Qsync folder, useful if your computers have limited storage.

Share team folders with different groups of people

Your life is connected with different groups of people. You can create sub-folders within the Qsync folder, and share each with different groups of Turbo NAS users as a file exchange center. Everyone in the same sub-folder is always kept up-to-date with the latest version of the files.

Quickly share files with download links

You can create download links to share files with people, even if they don’t have an account on the Turbo NAS. This greatly reduces the time in creating user account and password for users just to share less-important documents.

Versioning control

With Qsync versioning control, all file revisions are saved as a copy for future retrieval. With file versioning, there’s no need to worry about files being overwritten or mistakenly deleted. Even the files that have been deleted from the recycle bin can be retrieved.


RAID configurations

Data is protected by RAID

The Turbo NAS supports comprehensive RAID configurations to have better data protection. Based on the number of hard drives of different Turbo NAS, you can choose from RAID 0, 1, 5, 6, 10, 5+hot spare, 6+hot spare, and 10+hot spare configurations. Considering the performance gain and extra redundancy, you can choose the most appropriate RAID configuration to effectively reduce the risk of data loss caused by unexpected hard disk failure.

The Global Hot Spare feature allows shared spare drives with multiple RAID volumes on the Turbo NAS. When a hard drive fails in any RAID volume, the global hot-spare drive will automatically replace the failed drive to prevent data from being lost. Compared with a local spare drive, the Global Hot Spare function offers more efficient use of spare drives.

User Manual Application Notes

RAID volume expansion

Uninterrupted system uptime

The Turbo NAS makes RAID volume expansion convenient and easy. At initial setup of the Turbo NAS, you can create RAID volumes by using small-sized hard drives. You can still replace the hard drives with larger ones anytime in need because RAID volume expansion can be done easily with the Turbo NAS. All the actions of expanding the volume capacity can be done online, without turning off the server and with all the data retained.

User Manual Application Notes

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