Build a Network Attached Storage Server for your LAN admin | January 21, 2010 | ITech-Videos | 25 Comments Segment from Hak5 2×02 – Build a Network Attached Storage (NAS) Server to hold backups or stream media on your LAN Distributed by Tubemogul. Tags:Attached, Build, Network, Server, Storage 25 Comments iR4nG3rZ January 21, 2010 Reply Help please.on my main computer there is no ” Local area connection” but the wireless on this computer is working normally but in the main computer is not working cause i need local area connection pleaseeeeee i need help how to create local area connection ! please reply to me please! tmkoeln January 21, 2010 Reply in germany 1 tb for about 66 € tmkoeln January 21, 2010 Reply We are using Windows 7 at home & work having 3 Nases with FreeNAS 0.7 Final Build 4919. Having no problems with assesing data on every machine. MfG tmkoeln THCKillaFiend87 January 21, 2010 Reply freaking awesome got it up and running!! one question i’m wondering about.. can i install multiple hard drives or i can only install one? thanks guys mystiqueman366 January 21, 2010 Reply lol fun blinking lights directormikkell January 21, 2010 Reply Help. When I reach the stage to format the disk, it tells me it cannot format the same drive as the OS. But I thought I had partitioned it. Thus, when I try to see if i can access the drive via windows 7, it reads the network \freenas but shows nothing in it at all. crashdata January 21, 2010 Reply this is awesome!!! toranamunter January 21, 2010 Reply where’s the video where he slammed his hand in the car door for 10 bucks? was it removed? thejuc January 21, 2010 Reply can this be installed and run on a nas storage ( my nas sucks atm with its default settings and software to accses it) supabunny January 21, 2010 Reply well if you are going to use a normal linux server OS, you have to manually configure each daemon manually and stuff like that. FreeNAS allows you to do it in one “Control Panel”. I haven’t tested this but it looks like this is way easier to do. However, if you wanna do MORE than making a backup system, then you need a normal OS laosfederico January 21, 2010 Reply ahah, now we get 1tb for 99 bucks aago1254 January 21, 2010 Reply ext3 is linux file system… i still think ubuntu server is easier and way better > edwintrieb January 21, 2010 Reply Depends on your network configuration. If you have a tottaly standard network, your router will provide your NAS with an IP adress distributed by your DHCP on the router. Then it’s all about the NAS you purchased: Most of the standard-NAS devices have a web-based controllsystem. To connect, just type in the IP of the NAS into your browser and (the first time) you type in the password that is listed in the manual 🙂 It’s really easy. Questions? Write me ^^ rndllhllw January 21, 2010 Reply Nice work. keep it up. mean time come for social media marketing for esteembpo**com DoloresTripp January 21, 2010 Reply Nice try. Keep it up check out esteembpo + com for social media marketing. gdfg LadyStarstruck January 21, 2010 Reply Because you don’t need a full PC’s worth of power / hardware. definca January 21, 2010 Reply Why not just run a networked PC? unix? Samba? why? memorex9998887 January 21, 2010 Reply if i bought a network attached storage to plug in to my wifis routers lanport,,, how would i access it ? would i make a addres like 186.4188.8.131.52,,, so if i were anywhere in the world i could type in 186.4184.108.40.206 and it would ask 4 a password and user name ,,,? shineclot January 21, 2010 Reply 🙁 . entranceive January 21, 2010 Reply haha “perkasetttt” XD orangeguy81 January 21, 2010 Reply If you use router forwarding you can do that, but you have to fool around.. FTP would be the only one… they actually mentioned that. audiotecnicality January 21, 2010 Reply Throw it in a *closet*??? Stupid, stupid, stupid. nyakalingijyo January 21, 2010 Reply Thank you guys! jcng5 January 21, 2010 Reply can you access your Nas via internet? jimmie2k8 January 21, 2010 Reply why is there a hammer in the background? Add a Comment Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment:*Name:* Email Address:* Website: Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.