COMMSTOR – Network Attached Storage – SME-4T

Commstor NAS is a high performance network storage solution offering an easy setup and an intuitive interface. The Commstor NAS comes with hardware and software that work seamlessly together resulting in a reduced setup time and continued high performance for years to come.

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Data Protection

ZFS is designed for data integrity from top to bottom. RAID-Z, the software RAID that is part of ZFS, offers single parity protection like RAID 5, but without the “write hole” vulnerability thanks to the copy-on-write architecture of ZFS

Snapshots

Thanks to ZFS, snapshots of the entire filesystem can be made and saved at any time. As long as a snapshot exists, administrators can access files as they were when the snapshot was made.

Replication

ZFS Snapshots are more than just local backups - they can be used to create remote backups as well. Replicating snapshots of the filesystem to a remote ZFS filesystem creates a complete duplicate there In case of catastrophic damage to a local ZFS filesystem (such as disk failure in excess of parity protection or irrecoverable log device failure), any backed-up snapshot can be sent to a new ZFS filesystem, recovering all data up to that backup.

File Sharing

File sharing is what the NAS does best. Every major operating system is supported with SMB/CIFS (Windows file shares), NFS (Unix file shares) and AFP (Apple File Shares) as well as FTP, iSCSI (block sharing), WebDAV and other methods of sharing data over the network are available. iSCSI also supports VMware VAAI, Microsoft ODX and Microsoft Windows Server 2008 and 2012 R2 Clustering.


Remote Access

One of the best things about owning a CommStor NAS is the ability to collaborate, share and access files from anywhere on the go from both your laptops and your smartphones. Our customers have the ability to access the NAS remotely through popular SFTP applications like winscp and turbo client. You can also seamlessly perform Remote Access through a VPN setup at your organization.


USB

Connect any external USB Storage device to back-up your NAS data.