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 NAS (Network Attached Storage) can be used to share data with the entire home network. You can have your multimedia data saved on it and access them from anywhere -- through the home multimedia center, from any computer within the network, but also from a tablet or other mobile devices. NAS (Network Attached Storage) can be used to share data with the entire home network. You can have your multimedia data saved on it and access them from anywhere -- through the home multimedia center, from any computer within the network, but also from a tablet or other mobile devices.
  
-If you decide to set up the home NAS, Turris will play the role of the server. This naturally means that a data storage device has to be connected to the router. (The internal storage is for one too small for being able to share a reasonable amount of data and it is also not in the interest of the user to overload the flash storage, because of its durability.) ​The router ​Turris has 2 USB connectors in the back and it is possible to connect a flash disk to it or an external drive with any given storage size. +If you decide to set up the home NAS, Turris will play the role of the server. This naturally means that a data storage device has to be connected to the router. (The internal storage is for one too small for being able to share a reasonable amount of data and it is also not in the interest of the user to overload the flash storage, because of its durability.) Turris ​Omnia has 2 USB connectors ​(one in the back and one in front) ​and it is possible to connect a flash disk to it or an external drive with any given storage size. 
  
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