While some people like to connect their NAS to the internet so that they can, for example, stream their music to their phones even while they're out of the houseAdmittedly, this is kinda cool , I really don't like the idea of having all my files available on the big bad internet, no matter how tightly I might have locked things down.
KANGA and TIGGER are online, but both the BanaNAS and OWL server are on a separate network, isolated from the internet. However, the bPi does have access to KANGA, so if it wants to do something that requires a connection, it can ask KANGA to do it e.g.
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