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Aspirant

Identifying which ReadNAS Duo I have

Greetings.

 

Apologies if this appears twice.

 

I have a Readynas duo into which I want to put a bigger disc than 2gb. The label seems to say "ReadyNAS Duo RND 2150 v2". See pic. I cannot tell whether this is a v1 or a v2 for upgrade purposes. Now, the ReadyNAS disc compatibility does not give a RND 2150 model, only a v1 or a v2. My gut feeling from looking around is that this is the V1 model, which means I cannot put more than a 2tb drive in it.

 

Is my guess right?

 

Thanks, Nigel Strudwick

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Virtuoso

Re: Identifying which ReadNAS Duo I have

Duo V2 has usb 3 sockets at the back. also on front showing "Duo V2"

 

 

 

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Aspirant

Re: Identifying which ReadNAS Duo I have

Aha! That sounds convincing. So I am stuck with 2TB :-(

 

Do you know whether using a bigger drive (e.g. 4TB) means a) that it won't work at all or b) it can't see more than 2TB?

 

Many thanks, Nigel

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Guru

Re: Identifying which ReadNAS Duo I have

You definitely have a v1 (sparc). The 4.1.4 firmware label in your picture is a clear signal. The v2 on the rear label means "hardware revision 2 of the V1". Very confusing - they should have changed the name (or at least the model number).


@nstrudwick wrote:

Aha! That sounds convincing. So I am stuck with 2TB :-(

 

Do you know whether using a bigger drive (e.g. 4TB) means a) that it won't work at all or b) it can't see more than 2TB?

 

Many thanks, Nigel


Usually it sees something like 768 GB.  So you need 2 TB or smaller drives.

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Aspirant

Re: Identifying which ReadNAS Duo I have

Thanks very much.

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