I am looking forward to buy a NAS. Now I have found one which looks quiet interesting, it's the "Iomega StorCenter NAS ix2-200 4.0 TB". I will use it to store Mac OS X TimeMachine Backups and as a file storage over the network. But I am wondering if the NAS can do following.
When run in RAID1, there are two discs (A & B) in the NAS. Disk A will mirror to disk B.
Is it possible to exchange disk B through a disk C during running operations of the NAS without disturbance or damage?
Will disk A mirror itself automatically to Disk C after this action?
Can I access the data on Disk B after this action, as if it were a normal Hard-disk outside of the NAS?
In case that both disks in the NAS fail, can I remove them and insert disk B back into the NAS to mirror it to a new disk inside the NAS?
BONUS QUESTION: Has this disk removing procedure have a special name?