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info about a qnap for veeam repository

Post by pazzoide76 » Jan 10, 2020 11:01 am

Hello,
I would have a question about the status of a qnap model.
Looking on your site I saw that the TS-x83XU family and the model appear
TS-1683XU as veeam ready repository and as classification description Verified backup storage that supports all Veeam backup and restore features.
For cost reasons, I would like to use the TS-983XU-RP model which belongs to the same family.
Looking on the qnap website, the nas is veeam ready repository.
This nas according to veeam turns out to be veeam ready Repository?
This nas supports all Veeam backup and restore features?

Thank you

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Re: info about a qnap for veeam repository

Post by DGrinev » Jan 10, 2020 12:23 pm

Hi Simone,

It should work without issues related to compatibility between our product and the storage.
If it's CIFS or Windows repository with mounted disks that are supported by default, it just works.

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Re: info about a qnap for veeam repository

Post by pazzoide76 » Jan 10, 2020 12:36 pm

Thanks

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Re: info about a qnap for veeam repository

Post by Andreas Neufert » Jan 10, 2020 12:59 pm

Veeam support any kind of stroage of a specific protocol that we support.

Veeam Ready program is a way for vendors to self-verify if their storage performs in a specific range that we expect. It has nothing to do what we support and not.

Veeam Ready Repository is a program where vendors can test disk storage systems (block/filer) as backup targets.
For any low end storage systems without CIFS/SMB write-through support we suggest to use NFS or iSCSI. So it would be best to check with QNAP about this.

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