This NAS sports a Marvell Kirkwood processor with 128MB RAM, here is technical details of it:
|CPU||800 MHz Marvell 88F6281 (Kirkwood)|
|USB||1 USB2.0 Port (front)|
To get more info please go here.
Looking at that spec, one can get tempted to figure out a way to turn it into not just a Storage Server. Fortunately there is a way to extend the functionality by using fun_plug. Fun_plug makes installing other services so easy. Here and here contains more detail about setting it up in DNS320. Please install fun_plug (ffp) before installing Debian Squeeze. Make sure you use this ffp script for DNS320, otherwise you will receive errors.
For me it is not enough, since I know that there is a way to install Debian Squeeze in it and chroot it automagically. Now this is amazing, because you have a full blown debian linux distro running inside your NAS.
What you need is to download Debian Squeeze here. Then store it in the root of your nas, normally called Volume_1. Follow the readme inside the archive.
Once Debian Squeeze installed, you can install ntp daemon, web server, svn server, download manager, and other stuff. The only limitation is the size of RAM.
Oh, I need to inform you that installing fun_plug and Debian Squeeze is totally safe and reversible, because no ROM Flashing involved. So, what are you waiting for?!