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    Hi, I am new to the argument but very willing to try my best. I was considering to build my own NAS following your guidance Everything you need to know to build your own NAS, which I 've found very comprehensive. I was wondering though, which and if there is a way to directly connect to the system for some quick data transfer every now and then. I have seen that some commercially available NAS provide a usb connection, other a WLAN connection and other don't provide it at all. What would it be with a system with FreeNAS?
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    Francesco
    04-10-2020 06:35 PM
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