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  How NAS Works

In a NAS configuration, the application layer in servers and PCs reads/writes files and records to a separate storage array via the switched network (typically an Ethernet LAN). The device has its own file system.


In a NAS configuration, the application layer in servers and PCs reads/writes files and records to a separate storage array via the switched network (typically an Ethernet LAN). The device has its own file system.

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