How to install

Appliance requirements

Appliance documentation

Version supported

FreeNAS 9.10

Last updated
January 16, 2017

Contributors
Julien Duponchelle
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Last updated
January 16, 2017

Contributors
Julien Duponchelle
Edit this Article

FreeNAS appliance

FreeNAS is a Free and Open Source Network Attached Storage (NAS) software appliance. This means that you can use FreeNAS to share data over file-based sharing protocols, including CIFS for Windows users, NFS for Unix-like operating systems, and AFP for Mac OS X users. FreeNAS uses the ZFS file system to store, manage, and protect data. ZFS provides advanced features like snapshots to keep old versions of files, incremental remote backups to keep your data safe on another device without huge file transfers, and intelligent compression, which reduces the size of files so quickly and efficiently that it actually helps transfers happen faster.

More informations on http://www.openfiler.com/products

How to install

Appliance requirements

RAM: 8096 MB

You need KVM enable on your machine or in the GNS3 VM.

Appliance documentation

Documentation for using the appliance is available on https://doc.freenas.org/9.10/freenas.html

Version supported

FreeNAS 9.10

Images require

File MD5 Size
empty30G.qcow2 3411a599e822f2ac6be560a26405821a 0.0 MB Download
FreeNAS-9.10.1-U4.iso b4fb14513dcbb4eb4c5596c5911ca9cc 533.0 MB Download
empty30G.qcow2 3411a599e822f2ac6be560a26405821a 0.0 MB Download

Other versions

If you don't have this images you can try to add a new version follow instructions here.