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  1. Anyone still using their Dlink DNS-323? Any problems?

    Home Computing
    I am about to retire mine. It keeps dropping the right drive. I am not running RAID but it is annoying having to reboot it every week or so to get the shares back up. I have removed the drives and a scan reported a healthy drive. These drives seem to run warm (mid-forties) but I think it is the...
  2. Updated line of D-Link NAS devices now available

    Industry News
    D-Link has announced that its next generation of Network Attached Storage (NAS) devices are now on sale in North America. The ShareCenter DNS-320 and DNS-325 will update and replace the companies popular DNS-323 and DNS-321 storage devices. Both of the new storage feature two drive bays...
  3. D-Link DNS-320 and DNS-325 NAS devices

    Home Computing
    D-Link today announced the ShareCenter DNS-320 and DNS-325 Network Attached Storage (NAS) devices which will update and replace its popular DNS-323 and DNS-321 storage devices. Both of the new units feature two drive bays, Gigabit Ethernet, Raid 1 support, a single USB port for connecting a...
  4. D-Link updates its popular line-up of NAS devices

    Industry News
    D-Link today announced the ShareCenter DNS-320 and DNS-325 Network Attached Storage (NAS) devices which will update and replace its popular DNS-323 and DNS-321 storage devices. Both of the new units feature two drive bays, Gigabit Ethernet, Raid 1 support, a single USB port for connecting a...
  5. GoFlex NAS provides centralized wireless backup

    Industry News
    Seagate today launched GoFlex, a line of Network Attached Storage (NAS) devices which connect to a home networks router and enables users to continuously back up files from multiple computers via a wired or wireless connection. The NAS device comes with Memeo backup software and allows up to...
  6. CES: Iomega iConnect Data Station turns USB drives into NAS drives

    Home Computing
    Iomega has announced the launch of the iConnect Wireless Data Station, a device that provides a simple way to bring all of your USB storage into your network. The iConnect Wireless Data Station has no onboard storage. Users just connect the Iomega iConnect device to their router in – wired or...
  7. CES: Iomega iConnect Data Station turns USB drives into NAS drives

    Industry News
    Iomega has announced the launch of the iConnect Wireless Data Station, a device that provides a simple way to bring all of your USB storage into your network. The iConnect Wireless Data Station has no onboard storage. Users just connect the Iomega iConnect device to their router in - wired or...
  8. Advice on drive configuration for my NAS

    Home Computing
    I recently purchased a DNS-323 NAS, with two 1TB drives. I am having a hard time trying to figure out how to configure my drives. The DNS-323 can use RAID 0 and 1, JBOD, and standard. I originally formatted it as standard, after copying about 500GB of data there. I changed my mind. Then I...
  9. Network device adds a TB of storage to your network

    Home Computing
    This week, the new Iomega StorCenter ix2 caught Digital Home's eye because it’s a NAS device that offers a sizable terabyte (that's a thousand gigabytes) of storage for just under U.S. $300.
  10. Streaming HD Video from NAS to PS3: My Results

    Home Theatre Personal Computer & Media Extenders
    I have two PS3's. One in my family room which is for gaming, streaming and playing the occasional dvd or blu-ray disc. We have a second in the home theatre for Blu-ray playback, streaming and the occassional game. I have a Dlink DNS-323 NAS device that has my music, video and photo files...
  11. NAS for media file serving - questions

    Home Theatre Personal Computer & Media Extenders
    I've got a PS3 and will soon be getting a Squeezebox. I'd like to have all my media files (music, video, photo) accessible on a NAS so I don't have to leave my computer on all the time. I'd also use it for the occasional torrent, printserving, and general shared file storage. All of the media...
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