I have got a little confusion regarding my devices' name or better identification.
Maybe Buffalo will not change my box
and therefore I'am going ahead to look for a solution on myself in parallel. First step would be to know excatly, which type of device I have got.
Looking at the overview
, I have got a TeraStation or TeraStation HomeServer (the case is the one my device has got). But there are some details, which do not fit together:
1) Due to the overview, both TeraStation versions do NOT have a GigaBit network interface
- my device has one
, I'm pretty sure.
2) It says "HD-HTGL
" for the original TeraStation, and "HS-DTGL/R5
" for the Home Server version. But my device is labeled with "HD-H1.0 TGL/R5
", which is a mixture of the above ones. Assuming that the "1.0" is just the available disk space in total, it would be a "HD-HTGL/R5
My box runs (it did, when it worked
) in RAID5 mode. I guess the "R5" label is stating that the box is able to be configured in RAID5 mode.
Maybe there was a kind uf upgrade for the original TeraStation, which enables it to run RAID5 and Buffalo did spent a GigaBit network interface?
Thanks for any clarification