Thecus N4810 4-Bay NAS Enclosure

Thecus N4810 4-Bay NAS Enclosure

Thecus N4810 4-Bay NAS Enclosure

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Thecus N4810 4-Bay NAS Enclosure

Thecus N4810 4-Bay NAS Enclosure

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Product Highlights

  • 4 x 3.5" SATA III Drive Bays
  • 1.6 GHz Intel Celeron N3160 Quad-Core
  • 4GB of DDR3 RAM
  • 2 x Gigabit Ethernet Ports
  • 1 x USB 3.0 Type-C, 3 x USB 3.0 Ports
  • RAID 0, 1, 5, 6, 10, and JBOD
  • HDMI & DisplayPort Outputs
  • 4K Multimedia Playback
  • AES 256-Bit Volume Encryption
  • ThecusOS 7 Operating System
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  • 1Description

The N4810 4-Bay NAS Enclosure lets you create a custom NAS server by offering four SATA bays for your 3.5" storage drives. The N4810 includes the ThecusOS 7.0 operating system that provides management for your data and runs on a 1.6 GHz Intel Celeron N3160 quad-core processor and 4GB of DDR3 memory. Two Gigabit Ethernet ports deliver data to networked systems and support link aggregation and failover, which enables them to transfer data quickly and provide redundancy in the event one of the ports fails. Other notable connections include three USB 3.0 ports as well as an HDMI and DisplayPort to enable a stand-alone system setup. There's also a USB 3.0 Type-C port for connecting a USB-C cable on the first try.

The Thecus N4810 can be used a family server, which delivers 4K visuals to your home theater system, or a SMB server that provides VPN services. To enhance delivery and protection of data, the NAS can configure your drives in a RAID 0, 1, 5, 6, 10, or JBOD array. For preventing unauthorized users from viewing sensitive files, it supports AES 256-bit encryption. Moreover, each of the bays sports a locking system that helps prevent removal of your drives.

ThecusOS 7.0
Thecus NAS runs on the ThecusOS 7.0, offering an easy to use, intuitive user interface. Introducing Photo Station, Thecus App Center, and User Profile, ThecusOS 7.0 delivers improvements in design, performance, and user experience.
4K Multimedia Playback
Delivering sharpness and wide-range of color contrasts in 4K resolution playback through the HDMI or DisplayPort output, the Thecus NAS provides an impressive movie experience. You can connect the NAS to your digital sound system via a SPDIF output, completing the multimedia experience.
Thecus System Failover
The Thecus System Failover feature is a fault tolerance process that creates mirrored data volumes. With at least two Thecus NAS available, data is copied by schedule and all changes are mirrored between the two NAS. While the second NAS is not visible, it communicates with the primary NAS. In the event of a power or network failure, a scheduled maintenance, or other unforeseen circumstances, System Failover automatically redirects operations to the secondary Thecus NAS, which then acts as the primary NAS.
Secure Remote Access with Virtual Private Network
A VPN Server allows users to remotely access a secure network. With VPNs, businesses will be able to utilize a cost-effective, scalable, and secured network infrastructure for its client base.
Thecus RAID Protection
IT administrators can aggregate multiple RAID groups into a large storage pool to flexibly utilize their entire storage capacity as a whole, all the while improving data redundancy protected with data redundancy and allowing better data protection against multiple disks failure concurrently for large capacity environment. Thecus OS also allows for the creation of multiple volumes in the Storage Pool, improving customizability for various applications in typical business environments with diverse workgroups.
AES 256-bit RAID Volume Encryption
Thecus's AES 256-bit RAID volume encryption tool allows users to fully encrypt their entire RAID volume, defending essential data even in instances of theft.
Fault Tolerance up to RAID 10
When it comes to data management, you can create multiple RAID volumes each supporting different RAID modes including RAID 0, 1, 5, 6, 10, and JBOD for your own balance of performance and data protection.
RAID Management
RAID level migration allows RAID volumes to be easily moved from one NAS to another. RAID expansion allows you to increase the size of your RAID volume by the gradual replacement of older drives with larger ones.
With BTRFS support, Thecus NAS users can enjoy the simplicity of snapshot backups. Through BTRFS subvolumes, snapshots of data at various time points can be manually or automatically made and just as easily later restored to rollback files or folders to previous states.
Acronis Backup Software
With Acronis's advanced backup software, you can back up all your data with One-click Protection or pick and choose only your most important files. Acronis sports a slick interface, user-friendly design, and comprehensive features to keep your data safe.
Local Backup & Time Machine
Windows users can utilize local backup devices, while Mac users can automatically back up their entire Mac. Whenever a need arises, users can simply go back and recover files quickly and effortlessly.
Real-Time Remote Replication
This backup feature allows users to back up files instantly to their NAS, external hard drive, or remote NAS. RTRR saves you time as it backs up data immediately and automatically.
Personal Cloud
Incorporated into Thecus NAS is support for Thecus's T-OnTheGo smartphone app. Supporting both iOS and Android, this NAS management software enables users to access, copy, stream, and edit any data between their NAS and mobile device.
Cloud Backup
Guard your data with RAID at home and add an additional level of protection in the Cloud. Just drag and drop files into the folder on your NAS and access them on any computer or mobile device with an online cloud service.
P2P Connectivity via is a P2P module that allows users to easily view, stream, and manage files in their NAS anytime and anywhere. No IP address is required. Besides that, Orbweb4.0 offers several features including webcam monitoring, timeline view, and snapshot.
Direct Media File Playback via HDMI
The integrated HDMI output allows you to connect your NAS directly to your TV for direct device management and multimedia playback.
Media Streaming
With the Plex Media Server installed on your Thecus NAS, various devices on your network can connect to and stream your local and online media. The server can also automatically assemble other types of multimedia content. From your favorite videos to your mountains of music, Plex makes it easy to manage and enjoy all your media on your Thecus NAS.
TV Streaming
With TV streaming support and mobile apps, you can share all your favorite photos, music, and videos.
7 Modes of Link Aggregation
Link aggregation can sustain multiple network connections and provide redundancy in case one of the links fails. Thecus NAS supports 7 modes which provide Load Balance, Failover, 802.3ad, Balance-XOR, Balance-TLB, Balance-ALB, and Broadcast.
Intel Security
Adding an antivirus to the already comprehensive software bundle will provide software protection by scanning the files on your NAS and defending it against possible threats. Intel Security is a dedicated security technology company that puts antivirus software on your NAS for free.
iSCSI LUN and Thin-Provisioning
The NAS can connect through iSCSI for fast data transfer speeds and make wasted disk space a thing of the past with thin provisioning's flexible storage functionality.
UPC: 884956005209
In the Box
Thecus N4810 4-Bay NAS Enclosure
  • Set of Keys
  • Package of Screws
  • Ethernet Cable
  • Power Cable
  • Power Adapter
  • Support CD
  • Limited 2-Year Warranty
  • Table of Contents
    • 1Description
    Processor 1.6 GHz Intel Celeron N3160 quad-core processor with burst speeds of up to 2.24 GHz
    Memory 4 GB of DDR3 (Max: 8 GB)
    LAN Ports 2 x Gigabit Ethernet (Auto MDI/MDI-X)
    WOL supported
    USB Ports 3 x USB 3.0 Type-A (one front, two back)
    1 x USB 3.0 Type-C (back)
    Ports 1 x HDMI
    1 x DisplayPort
    1 x SPDIF
    Indicators Power LED (blue)
    WAN/LAN1 LED (yellow)
    LAN LED (yellow)
    USB LED Activity/Failure (blue/red)
    LCM Module LCM display
    4 x Buttons (Enter, ESC, Up, Down)
    Drive Interface 4 x SATA for internal, support SATA II / SATA III hard disk
    Power Supply External 90 W
    Cooling Thermal sensor on processor temperature
    System FAN speed controlled by temperature
    Clock Battery-backed up system clock
    Power Management Auto power on after shutdown due to power loss
    Scheduled Power On/Off
    Buttons Power
    Alarm Adjustable frequency buzzer
    Operating Temperature 32 to 104°F / 0 to 40°C
    Storage Temperature -40 to 158°F / -40 to 70°C
    Humidity 0 to 80%
    Certification CE, FCC, C-Tick, VCCI, BSMI, RoHS, WEEE
    Supported RAID Modes RAID 0, 1, 5, 6, 10, and JBOD
    RAID Function Auto-rebuild
    RAID expansion
    RAID Volume encryption
    Disk Management Spin-down on idle setting
    Bad block scanning
    SMART info
    SMART test
    Disk roaming
    Wipe and Clone
    Disk Security
    Network Fixed and dynamic IP address support
    TCP, IP, Apple Talk protocols
    Load balance, Failover, 802.3ad, Balance-XOR, Balance-TLB, Balance-ALB, Broadcast
    IPv6 and IPv4
    UPnP port forwarding
    VPN server
    Management Monitoring CPU, memory, Temperature, fan, network utilization, and protocols access user count
    Send syslog to assigned location
    Act as syslog server to receive log info from other systems
    Supported Operating Systems Windows XP and later
    Windows Server 2003 and higher
    Mac OS X
    Server Built-in FTP and secure FTP server with bandwidth control
    WebDAV/WebDAV SSL supported
    Printer Server (IPP)
    Backup Mac OS X Time Machine
    Local folder/iSCSI backup
    Remote folder/iSCSI backup
    System failover
    Block Level Access iSCSI Target/Initiator
    iSCSI thin provisioning
    SCSI3 persistent group reservation
    Volume Management Multiple RAID support
    EXT4, XFS, Btrfs
    File System Journaling file system
    Unicode support
    User quota
    Folder quota
    User Interface Languages Supported English, Traditional Chinese, Simplified Chinese, Japanese, French, German, Italian, Spanish, and Russian
    Expansion 5 additional iSCSI volumes from other Thecus NAS
    Dynamic Volume expansion
    Dimensions (H x W x D) 7.6 x 6.8 x 9.8" / 19.2 x 17.2 x 25 cm
    Packaging Info
    Package Weight 11.25 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 12.3 x 12.3 x 10.3"
    N4810 4-Bay NAS Enclosure is rated 2.3 out of 5 by 4.
    Rated 3 out of 5 by from Falling Stars I originally gave this a 4 star review, but now I can't get the local backup of the NAS to work so I am dropping a star. George said he will send me detailed instructions. I'll let you know what happens.
    Date published: 2017-09-07
    Rated 1 out of 5 by from Sent It Back This is my second update to my initial review. I just got an rma number and am sending it back. I ordered a QNAP TS-251+ to replace it. I could not get a timely response on why the local backup wouldn't work and how to resolve it. Along the way I discovered that when you configure the time it uses the wrong time zone. Yeah, if I chose -5, which is what I have done since the dinosaurs, for Delaware it configures the wrong time by exactly 1 hour. How bad is that? This unit may have potential, but it seems like it was rushed into market without a proper OS and sorely in need of a firmware fix. I had a long conversation with the folks from QNAP before ordering and they could answer all my questions and gave me specific technical details. I'll save a few dollars, but the grief I went through is inexcusable.
    Date published: 2017-09-08
    Rated 1 out of 5 by from BOMB - I hate it Will not connect to internet. Yup. I did find the app store for this online with the KODI 14.0 app. Yup cirrca 2013 or so. Jesus. This thing is a pile of junk with no reviews online about it, no body else has similar troubles because no body else has purchased. What what I thinking.
    Date published: 2017-12-10
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from It Coulda Been A Five Star Before I ordered this I called the folks at Thecus and spoke to their sales person and their technical support person. They were both very nice. I also spoke to the person answering the phone and she was very nice too. The thing is that I was given what I believe is wrong information from everybody but the person answering the phone. I wanted to get a NAS that I could configure with up to four drives that were not part of a raid array and that were all accessible all the time. I was told this would do it. It doesn't. If it does, it has yet to be proven. There can be only one master raid device. It can be a JBOD or a raid configuration. If you create 4 JBODs, you only get to see the one you make the master raid. Same would go for two Raid 1 configurations. There are no meaningful instructions with the unit. The info on the website is wrong - including the pictures of the device and the labeling of the ports. To their credit, everybody was very nice and tried their best. George, the technical support person actually helped me get this up and running but he seemed like he was learning on the job. If I am right about only the master raid drive being accessible, and I think I am, he did not know that. I know nothing about Linux. I got the Linux box and that saved me money - George recommended that to me presale. On the other hand, I am retired - sorta - and I used to design, install and troubleshoot Windows networks. I know about raid. I know nothing about Linux. At the moment, I am happy with the way this is working. I had gotten two 2TB WD Pro Red drives. I intended to used them separately, but I ended up creating a Raid 1 mirror. I could have gotten the N2810 Pro and done what I am doing now. At the moment, this is not worth the aggravation of going through customer service and returning it and ordering the other unit. I have spent a whole day getting this to function properly. I have no idea how this will hold up. I think a lot of the online reviews were done by people who were sent a free unit. I couldn't find any end user reviews. This will be the first one that I know of. I have strong opinions about tech and tech support. I have attached a picture of a Op Ed piece that speaks to this. The unit appears to work. You don't need 4 bays unless you want to configure a raid that isn't a Raid 1. You could also have a hot swappable drive in there in cast one of your raid configured drives failed. Apparently this unit can do a lot of other things as well in terms of connectivity with things like a TV - none of which interests me. George is really a good guy. He is the whole tech staff in the U.S. Canada and 1 other country as far as I can tell. If he runs into a problem he communicates by email with engineers in Korea (?). I have all of the Microsoft networking certifications that were available up until the time I retired. I was totally stymied by this device and with a little info I got it working. I can't imagine anyone who doesn't know this particular product line and who isn't proficient in Linux getting this working without help. I'll update this if something weird happens.
    Date published: 2017-09-02
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