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Custody of ductb constituents/b central and video on the home network
Устройства хранения информации в компьютере

Storage of data and video on the home network

The question of the safe and comfortable storage of various public data, such as family photographs, music, documents, programmes, videos, etc., is raised before the sysadminus (usually the CTV itself or the eldest family spacing) of each apartment with more than one computer.

Initially, it's all chaoticly stored on Sisadmin Family's computer, he's always confused about the right to access a computer, which means that the mother-in-law can't get to the family's favorite TV shows, but he's got some sort of Sisadminian personal folder that says Pron, after which the old lady's life starts to play new paints, War.

Well, I'm not saying that a sysadmin's computer should always be on, because if it's off or the sysadmin's putting a new version of "Linux" on it, the house is starting to get a scandal that's best if the sysadmin's on and off.

In addition, there are often cases where each user of the network holds photographs, documents and others in his local car, and when access by some other users is needed, it starts with a general mess.

So how do you keep the data (documents, films, photos, music) on the home network so that it's a minimum problem for everyone?

The approach is very simple. Any files that need general access from various computers of the home network should be stored on a separate network.

The simplest and cheapest version of such a device is the so-called NAS (Network Attached Storage), i.e. the network Data storage device

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