Learning FreeNAS Chapter 2: Preparing to Add FreeNAS to Your NetworkFeb 13, 2009
Configure and manage a network attached storage solution
- Turn a PC into a Network Attached Storage server with FreeNAS
- Configure, manage, and troubleshoot your FreeNAS installation
- Up to date with the latest FreeNAS release
- Includes a comprehensive troubleshooting section
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