Having a 100baseTX port on the Qube would STILL be helpful. Having that
speed when you are a NFS client is just as helpful as if you are server.
> Well, it'd be nice if they could put a 100baseTX port on it, it
> wouldn't cost that much more. But the problem here isn't technology,
> it's terminology.
> Right now, the Qube and the Raq are classifying themselves as
> "microservers". And their target MSRP is pretty impressive.
> But whenever you upgrade something to the point where you can start
> calling it a "server" - then managment decides to double the price tag.
> If you attached a RAID array, it'd definately start being a server.