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Louritter

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  1. Hello, before I go out and build my Unraid NAS, I was wondering if there was a way I can access my files over the internet since I travel a lot. I know speeds will be terrible but the majority of the files I need are PDFs and JPEGs. I was going to build the NAS so I can keep the files local and access them quickly between my two workstations at home but I need access to them too when I leave the house. I was wondering if a VPN tunnel to my server would allow my macbook pro to access the files remotely or would I have to start a personal cloud. My only issue is that I dont want a bunch of copie
  2. Hello, before I go out and build my Unraid NAS, I was wondering if there was a way I can access my files over the internet since I travel a lot. I know speeds will be terrible but the majority of the files I need are PDFs and JPEGs. I was going to build the NAS so I can keep the files local and access them quickly between my two workstations at home but I need access to them too when I leave the house. I was wondering if a VPN tunnel to my server would allow my macbook pro to access the files remotely or would I have to start a personal cloud. My only issue is that I dont want a bunch of copie
  3. Thank you very much for the help.
  4. My desktop isnt on all the time, I dont like running it through the night since its kinda loud. I like to tinker with these kinds of systems, but I don't currently need lots of space. As I start to get more work the the need for storage increases. My first phase of a new build would be 2-4 terabytes and expand from there. I was also looking to store my plex files on it and backup my OS drives from both computers to it as well.
  5. Hey everybody, recently I have come across an issue that has grown more and more annoying. I now work from two computers, my gaming desktop, and my macbook pro, and the files are often shared. The annoying part is transferring data back and forth due to speed and more often than not I end up with way more copies of the files than I need. So to solve my issue I am planning to build a NAS that sits in my office and stores all the files to be accessed by both computers, but I have been having trouble finding the best way to do it. I have several options, the best one but most expensive one is to
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