The D-Link DNS-323 2-Bay Network Storage Enclosure, when used with internal SATA drives, enables you to share documents, files, and digital media such as music, photos, and video with everyone on the home or office network. Remotely accessing files through the Internet is also possible with the built-in FTP server. Whether you are allowing access locally or over the Internet, keep data safe by only giving rights to specific users or groups. When configuring the DNS-323, you can create users and ... Read more [ Report abuse or wrong photo | Share your D-link DNS-323 photo ]
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User reviews and opinions
|MacPain||4:38pm on Tuesday, July 13th, 2010|
|DNS323 in reality is really a miniature linux server running with 64 Meg. Bottom line, this device is Fantastic.Overall, I give this device A-.|
|cburley||1:39pm on Sunday, June 27th, 2010|
|The D-Link DNS-323 2-Bay Network Storage Enclosure, when used with internal SATA drives, enables you to share documents, files.|
|Ditbenik||9:58pm on Wednesday, June 23rd, 2010|
|I really like this NAS device. I house 2 1.5... Very reliable. Quiet. E-mail updates of status None that I can think of any longer. This unit does exactly as advertised at a low... The transfer speed across the network is comparable to the USB 2.0 hard drives. Read a lot of bad reviews on this one. I hav... Easy to set up for a novice like me.|
|Merlin77||10:45am on Friday, May 28th, 2010|
|Great device but for one small thing Works perfectly out of the box with installed 1tb hd. An easy solution for home network storage I got this D-Link DNS-323 and two 1T drives. The setup process is very smooth.|
|wcalvert||5:46am on Monday, May 3rd, 2010|
|Much more than I bargained for Got this nas to keep a central raid store for my photos. Does what it says on the tin... slowly! It works. But its very slow, thats my experience anyway. transfer rate is on average about 15 megs. Hardware terrific, beware the third party bundled software! Good NAS, Poor Software Unfortunately the setup software for this device leaves a lot to be desired...|
|of1967||9:09am on Monday, April 26th, 2010|
|Great device, bought a 2nd one for my sister and thinking of a third one to expand my storage furthur Easy to use.|
|cmorillas||11:04pm on Friday, April 16th, 2010|
|Fast, easy to set up and compact Fan is annoying and seems to only two speeds, noisy and very noisy!|
|hbo3||9:36am on Tuesday, March 23rd, 2010|
|a later firmware must have removed the itunes restriction as I have more than 14 gb of music served via itunes and uPNP (have firmware 1.5).|
|myles||8:51am on Thursday, March 18th, 2010|
|I have this unit setup with 2-WD1002FBYS as RAID 1, working just as described, no problems at all! Good construction, nice options for price. Does the job and more Put anything you value to safety with Raid mirror ; Bittorrent transfer while your machine sleeps ; FAST ; Good application of ... It is doing what I need it to do, hold a lot of stuff. I wish the BT client worked, but I have other machines for that. Easy to setup.|
|Drax||1:32am on Thursday, March 11th, 2010|
|The USB printer port is lame I bought this model because of the USB printer port. Poor media server functionality Bought this NAS because it said it had a built in UPNP media server and I wanted that functionality for my PS3.|
|bsch||4:23pm on Wednesday, March 10th, 2010|
|Buyer beware Ok as a NAS overall, but not as a UPnP media server Issue with . Great device, bought a 2nd one for my sister and thinking of a third one to expand my storage furthur no choice of share names|
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Table of Contents
Product Overview.. 4 Package Contents.. 4 System Requirements... 4 Introduction... 5 Features.. 6 Hardware Overview.. 8 Front View.. 8. Rear Panel (Connections).. 9 Installation... 10. Hardware Setup.. 10. Configuration.. 13 Easy Search Utility.. 13 Getting Started.. 14 Web UI... 20. Setup... 21 Wizard... 21. LAN.. 25 Device... 26 Advanced.. 27. Users and Groups.. 27. Quotas.. 28 Network Access.. 31 FTP Server.. 33 UPnP AV Server.. 36 iTunes Server... 37
D-Link DNS-323 User Manual
DHCP Server.. 39 LLTD... 40 Tools... 41 Admin Password.. 41 Time... 42 System.. 43 Firmware... 44 E-Mail Alerts... 45 Power Management.. 48. RAID... 49 DDNS.. 52. Status... 53 Device Information.. 53 Support.. 54 Mapping a Drive... 55 Download Scheduling.. 58 Schedule Downloads.. 60 Scheduling Settings.. 61 BitTorrent... 62 Installing BitTorrent.. 62 BitTorrent Configuration.. 64. Adding a Torrent From URL.. 67 Adding a Torrent From File. 68 Torrent Settings.. 69 Downloads Support.. 70 USB Print Server.. 71
USB Battery Backup.. 79 Using FireFTP... 80 Storing non-English Character Files. 85 Replacing or Adding a New Hard Drive. 87.
Section 1 - Product Overview
D-Link DNS-323 2-Bay Network Storage Enclosure CD-ROM with Manual and Software Quick Installation Guide Power Adapter (12V; 3A, 5V; 3A) Power Cable Clip CAT5 Ethernet Cable
Note: Using a power supply with a different voltage than the one included with the DNS-323 will cause damage and void the warranty for this product. If any of the above items are missing, please contact your reseller.
For best results, the following system requirements are recommended:
Computer with: 1GHz processor / 512 MB RAM / 200 MB available space / CD-ROM drive Internet Explorer version 6.0 or Mozilla Firefox 1.0 and above 3.5 SATA Hard Drive(s) Windows XP (with Service Pack 2) or Vista
The D-Link DNS-323 2-Bay Network Storage Enclosure shares your documents, photos, music, and videos across the network and on the Internet (via FTP server) so family members, friends, or employees can access them. This enclosure, which can hold two 3.5 SATA hard drives of any capacity1, creates a central network point for backing up valuable files. The built-in RAID 12 mirroring technology protects these files from drive failure. Other options such as Standard, JBOD, and RAID 0 are also available. The DNS-323 shares files over the Internet via the built-in FTP server. Users and groups can be created and assigned to folders with either read or read/write permissions. Quotas can be set per user or group to restrict space usage. In addition, the DNS-323 can be used to stream photos, music, and videos to UPnP AV compatible network media players3. The included CD contains D-Links Easy Search Utility. This utility allows you to locate the DNS-323 on the network and map drives to your computer. Backup software is also included on the CD. This software allows you to backup your files from a computer to the DNS-323 manually, by a schedule, or in real-time. Real-time backups are a great way to safeguard against unfortunate accidents that may result in the loss of important files. Combining ease of use with practical and high performance features, the DNS-323 is an organized solution for any network. Free up drive space on computers and centralize data on your network with the DNS-323 2-Bay Network Storage Enclosure!
1 Hard Drive(s) not included. 2 RAID 1 mirroring requires the use of 2 internal SATA drives. 3 D-Link cannot guarantee full compatibility or proper playback with all codecs. Playback capability depends on the codec support of the UPnP AV media player.
The DNS-323 is designed for easy installation and allows remote access to important data via your local network or the Internet. Two Hard Drive Bays for 3.5 SATA Hard Drives of Any Capacity1 Simplified Hard Drive Installation Process No Tools Required Four Hard Drive Configurations: Standard, JBOD (Linear), RAID 0, and RAID 12 High Performance Gigabit Ethernet Connectivity (Up to 23/15MBps or 184/120Mbps Read/Write)3 Built-in FTP Server for File Access from the Internet Built-in FTP Server Supports SSL/TLS Built-in FTP server supports Unicode Scheduled Downloads from Web or FTP Sites Full or Incremental Backups Real Time Backups With the Included Backup Software Users and Groups Can Be Assigned to Folders with Read or Read/Write Permissions Quotas For Users and Groups Automatic E-Mail Notifications Power Management for Conserving Energy and Extending Hard Drive Life UPnP AV Server for Streaming Music, Photos, and Video to Compatible Media Players4 iTunes Software will be able to automatically find and play music directly from the DNS-323 Built-in USB Print Server for printing from any PC on the Network D-Link Easy Search Utility Configurable by Web Browser Supports Auto Rebuild and Manual Rebuild Supports USB UPS, except for the Tripp Lite UPSes Supports Jumbo Frames
Enables you to change from Non-RAID to RAID 1 configuration without losing data on the hard drives. Supports Bit Torrent Supports XBox 360 and Playstation 3
Hard Drive(s) not included. RAID 1 mirroring requires the use of 2 internal SATA drives. Speed results will vary depending on the benchmark utility, hard drive configuration, and the network environment used for testing. D-Link cannot guarantee full compatibility or proper playback with all codecs. Playback capability depends on the codec support of the UPnP AV media player.
Network Activity Light
Power Button: Press once to power on the DNS-323. Press and hold the button until it begins to blink to power down the DNS323. Drive Lights: These lights will be solid BLUE when drives are connected but inactive. The lights will blink when the drives are being accessed, formatted or synchronized. They will illuminate AMBER if a drive has failed. Network Activity Light: The Activity Light will be solid BLUE when there is an Ethernet connection. It will blink to indicate LAN traffic.
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Rear Panel (Connections)
Drive Eject Lever
Power Receptacle: The 12V 3A / 5V 3A power supply connects here.
Ethernet Port: A Gigabit Ethernet port that connects the DNS-323 to a network. USB Port: USB Print Server port for connecting a USB printer. Drive Eject Lever: Use the levers to eject the hard drives. The front panel must be removed before ejecting the drives. Reset Button: A pinhole button located beside the Ethernet socket is used to reset the DNS-323 to the factory default settings. Note: After resetting the units configuration you will still have access to the data on your hard drive(s).
Section 2 - Installation
This section provides unpacking and installation information for the DNS-323. Open the shipping carton for the DNS-323 and carefully unpack its contents. To install the DNS-323 on your local network, refer to the steps below:
1. Access the drive bays by sliding the faceplate up until it unlatches from the device.
2. Once the faceplate is unlatched, pull it off the device, exposing the drive bays.
3. Insert a 3.5 SATA hard drive into each available drive bay. Make sure to align the drive connectors to the SATA connectors on the bottom edge inside the drive bay of the DNS-323. Gently push the drive in until it connects. When a drive is inserted properly, you will feel it seat into the connector. Some hard drives that are thin or oddly shaped may need to be guided carefully into position. If a drive is not properly seated, the light will not illuminate after powering on the device.
4. Attach the faceplate to the front of the device.
5. Connect an Ethernet cable to the available Ethernet port. This cable should connect the DNS-323 to your local network via a router or switch, or directly to a computer for configuration.
6. Connect the power adapter to the power receptacle.
7. Connect a USB printer. (Optional)
Section 3 - Configuration
Easy Search Utility
When first powered on, during the initial boot sequence, the DNS-323 will wait to be assigned an IP address via DHCP. If it does not receive an assigned IP address, by default it will have a self-assigned IP address of 192.168.0.32. It is recommended to use the included D-Link Easy Search Utility when accessing and configuring the DNS-323 for the first time. If you want to change the IP address before logging in or are unable to connect to the DNS-323 IP address, you can use the Easy Search Utility provided on the product CD to locate the device on your network and make any needed changes.
Network Storage The Easy Search Utility displays all available DNS-323 Device devices on the network here. Refresh Refresh the device list. Configuration Click Configuration to access the Web-based utility of the DNS-323. Language Click Language if you wish to store non-English character files. Refer to page 74. BitTorrent Click BitTorrent to use the built-in BitTorrent manager to upload and download Torrents. Refer to page 59. LAN Configure the LAN Settings for the DNS-323 here. Apply Click Apply to save and activate the changes to the LAN Settings. Drive Mapping Volumes available for mapping are displayed here. Available Drive Choose an available drive letter. Click Connect to map Letters the selected volume. Click Disconnect to disconnect the selected mapped volume. Exit Click Exit to close the utility. D-Link DNS-323 User Manual 13
To run the Easy Search Utility, insert the DNS-323 CD into your CD-ROM drive:
Click Easy Search Utility.
Highlight an available DNS-323 and click Configuration to access the web-based utility.
The Login screen will appear:
Type admin for the username and leave the password field blank.
When logging into the DNS-323 for the first time, you will be asked to choose a drive configuration type and format the drives.There are four configuration options: Standard, JBOD, RAID 0 and RAID 1. Standard configures each disk as a separate volume, while JBOD combines both disks into a single volume, as well as RAID 0 and RAID 1. See page 47 for more details on using the RAID configurations.
Note: All data will be erased during the format process.
When prompted to configure the Hard Drive Settings:
Select the configuration type of your hard drive, Standard, JBOD, RAID 0 or RAID 1.
A warning message informing you that your drives will be formatted and all data will be erased. Click OK to continue.
When formatting of the drive completes, the DNS-323 will prompt the user to restart.
Press the Restart button to restart the DNS-323
Press the OK button to restart the device.
Once the drive completes formatting, the DNS-323 will prompt the user to restart. A restart countdown screen will appear. When restart is complete, a login screen will appear:
Press OK to restart the DNS-323.
Note: After logging in to the DNS-323 for the first time it is recommended to add a password to the admin account. (See p. 39 for details.)
After logging in, you will be redirected to the DNS-323 web UI:
The DNS-323 web UI defaults to the Setup page. The main categories for configuration are located in the menu tabs at the top of the page. These categories include: Setup - Contains the DNS-323 setup wizard, as well as the LAN configuration settings and device settings. Advanced - Allows the DNS-323 administrator to configure users, groups of users and their storage quotas. The UPnP AV server, iTunes server, FTP server, LLTD, and DHCP server settings are all contained here as well. Tools - Contains configuration options for the Admin account, time and system settings, and e-mail alerts. Settings for Power management, RAID configuration, and DDNS are also available from the Tools page. Status - Contains a summary of DNS-323 information. Support - Contains the DNS-323 help files. Logout - Clicking this button will logout the admin and end the DNS-323 configuration session.
Users and Groups
The DNS-323 supports up to 64 unique users. The users can be added to a group, or individually. The users and groups are created to allow access to specific folders on the DNS-323, via FTP or your local network.
User and Group Creation This section contains required attributes for a new user or group. Including User Name and Password or Group name. If creating a new user carry out the following steps: Click the User radio button. Type in a User Name, Password and Confirm Password in the relevant fields. If creating a new group carry out the following steps: Click the Group radio button. Type in a Group name in the Add New Group text box. Click the Add button to finish creating the group Displays the list of users that you may assign to the selected group. Displays the current status of the quota feature. The quota function can be enable or disabled here. To add a new user to the selected group, click the user then click the Add>> button. To remove a user from the group, click the user and then click the <<Remove button D-Link DNS-323 User Manual 27
List of All Users Users in Group List
The DNS-323 supports storage quotas for both groups and individual users. Assigning a quota to a group or user will limit the amount of storage they are allocated. By default, users and groups do not have a quota.
User Quota Settings Group Quota Settings Quota Status
User quotas are displayed here. Quotas can be edited by clicking on the notepad icon. Group quotas are displayed here. Quotas can be edited by clicking on the notepad icon. Displays the current status of the quota feature. The quota function can be started or stopped here.
By default, all users and groups are displayed in the Quota Settings page. Users and groups are automatically listed on this page, and cannot be deleted. The default quota setting is Unlimited. To add a quota:
Click the notepad icon of the user you want to add a quota to.
Set a quota amount (MB) for the user and click Apply.
The user, their amount of storage used, and their storage limit are displayed.
Click Enabled to turn quota monitoring on.
Once enabled, the status will change to Started.
The Network Access settings allow you to assign users and groups to specific folders or volumes. By default, all volumes are open to anyone on the local network with read/write access. Before specific user or group rules can be created, the default rules must be deleted.
Network Access Settings Category Assign permissions for users and groups on the local network. Determines whether the access rule will apply to a group or individual user. Select the user or group for the access rule or you can select All Accounts. Browse to open and select the folder or directory you are controlling access to. Set the user or group permission to Read Only or to R/W: Read/Write. Opportunistic locks (oplocks) are a characteristic of the LAN Manager networking protocol implemented in the 32-Bit Windows family. Oplocks are guarantees made by a server for a shared logical volume to its clients. These guarantees inform the Client that a files content will not be allowed to be changed by the server, or if some change is imminent, the client will be notified before the change is allowed to proceed.
User / Group
Section 3 - Configuration Oplocks are designed to increase network performance when it comes to network file sharing however when using filebased database applications it is recommended to set the share oplocks to No (off). Map Archive Comment Network Access List By default, Windows Vista has Oplocks enabled and can not be disabled. If you are having network performance issues with applications sharing files from the DNS-323 you may try to improve performance by setting Oplocks to No (off). When enabled, the file attribute Archive will be copied as the file is being stored on the DNS-323. Certain backup software attach this attribute to files that are being stored as backups. Enter a comment for reference or description of the rule. Lists all defined access rules.
The DNS-323 is equipped with a built in FTP Server, which is easy to configure. It allows users access to important data whether they are on the local network or at a remote location. The FTP server can be configured to allow user access to specific directories, and will allow up to 10 users to access the DNS-323 at a time. For improved security, the DNS-323 supports use of an FTPS client, such as SSL/TLS, to encrypt both the password and the data. The DNS-323 supports FireFTP, a cross-platform FTP client for Mozilla Firefox users. See the Using FireFTP section on page 81 for more information.
FTP Account Settings Category This section contains the user and group configuration settings for access to the FTP folder to the DNS-323. Determines whether the FTP server rule will apply to an individual user or a group. Browse to open and select the folder or directory you are granting FTP access to. Select root to grant access to all volumes. Set the user or group permission to Read Only or RW: Read/Write. This section contains the configuration settings for the DNS-323 FTP Server. The FTP access for users and groups can be added and edited here. Displays the current status of the FTP Server.
Permission FTP Server Settings FTP Access List Server Status
FTP Server Settings
User / Group Folder Select the group or user the FTP server rule will apply to. Browse to and select the folder or directory you are granting FTP access to. Select root to grant access to all volumes. Set the user or group permission to Read Only or R/W: Read/Write. Sets the maximum amount of users that can connect to the FTP server. Sets the amount of time a user can remain idle before being disconnected. Sets the FTP port. Default is 21. Allows you to limit the amount of bandwidth available for each user. Most standard FTP clients like Windows FTP, only support Western European codepage when transferring files. Support has been added for non standard FTP clients that are capable of supporting these character sets. Lists all defined FTP Rules.
Permission Max User Idle Time
Port Flow Control Client Language
FTP Access List
If you are behind a router, you will need to forward the FTP port from the router to the DNS-323. Additional filtering and firewall settings may need to be modified on your router to allow FTP Access to the DNS-323 from the Internet. Once the port has been forwarded on the router, users from the internet will access the FTP server through the WAN IP address of the router. If you are using a D-Link router, such as the WBR-2310 used in the example below, your port forwarding rule should be similar to the following:
Name IP Address Public Port Private Port Traffic Type
Name the DNS-323 FTP server rule. Enter the IP address of the DNS-323. Enter the public FTP port. By default, the port is 21. Enter the private FTP port. By default, the port is 21. Set the traffic type to TCP.
If you use an FTP port other than 21, then users accessing the FTP server using an FTP client will have to specify the non-standard port, and users who are using a browser will have to specify the port in the URL (e.g. ftp://ftp.dns323.com:3000, where the FTP port is 3000).
UPnP AV Server
The DNS-323 features a UPnP AV Server. This server provides the ability to stream photos, music and videos to UPnP AV compatible network media players. If the server is enabled, the DNS-323 will be automatically detected by UPnP AV compatible media players on your local network.
UPnP AV Server Folder
Select Enable or Disable to enable or disable the DNS-323 UPnP AV server. Specifies the folder or directory that will be shared by the UPnP AV server. Select root to share all files on all volumes, or click Browse to select a specific folder. Click the Refresh button after adding new files to be used by UPnP AV compatible devices.
The DNS-323 features an iTunes Server. This server provides the ability to share music and videos to computers on the local network running iTunes. If the server is enabled, the DNS-323 will be automatically detected by the iTunes program and the music and videos contained in the specified directory will be available to stream over the network.
iTunes Server Select Enable or Disable to enable or disable the DNS-323 iTunes server. Specifies the folder or directory that will be shared by the iTunes server. Select root to share all files on all volumes, or click Browse to select a specific folder. Sets password for the iTunes server. (Optional) Click Refresh after adding new files to be used with iTunes.
After enabling the iTunes server on the DNS-323, launch iTunes. When iTunes detects the DNS-323, select it and you will be prompted to enter the iTunes server password if required.
Select the DNS-323. When prompted, enter the iTunes server password. Click OK.
Media stored on the DNS-323 will be available for use in iTunes.
The DNS-323 can be used as a DHCP Server. As a DHCP server, it can be used to serve IP addresses to other devices on your local network. However, this feature should not be enabled if you already have a DHCP server, such as a router on your local network.
DHCP Server Click the Enabled or Disabled radio button to enable or disable the DNS-323 DHCP server. Enter the starting IP address for the range of addresses assigned by the DHCP server. Enter the ending IP address for the range of addresses assigned by the DHCP server. Sets the duration of time that an IP address will remain assigned to a device. Displays the Hostname, IP address, MAC address and Expired Time of the clients that have received a DHCP address from the DNS-323.
Starting IP Address Ending IP Address Lease Time
DHCP Client List
The DNS-323 supports LLTD. LLTD stands for Link Layer Topology Discovery and is used by the Network Map application that is included in Windows Vista.
Click the Enable or Disable radio button to enable or disable the DNS-323 LLTD service
The Admin menu allows you to set a password for your admin account. It is recommended to set a password when first configuring the DNS-323.
User Name Password The administrator user name is admin, and this cannot be changed. Enter the current password. (Leave this blank if you have not set a password yet.) Enter a new password. Enter the new password again for confirmation.
New Password Confirm Password
Click Save Settings to save the new password.
The DNS-323 Time page contains several different options for setting the devices internal clock. It is important to set an accurate time so that backups and downloads can be accurately scheduled.
Time Zone Select your time zone from the drop-down menu. Available Daylight Saving Time options are None, USA, or EU (Europe). Select the appropriate option and click Set Time. Network Time Protocol (NTP) synchronizes the DNS-323 with an Internet time server. D-Link provides two time servers for your convenience. Choose the one closest to your location. Set The Date Time Manually From My Computer This option allows you to set the time and date manually. Enter the appropriate time and date and click Set Time.
Daylight Saving Time NTP Server
The DNS-323 System menu provides options for system restarts, saving and loading configuration settings, and setting idle times.
Restart Restore Defaults Click Restart to reboot the DNS-323. Click Restore to reset the DNS-323 to its factory default settings. This will erase all previous configuration changes. Click Shutdown to turn off the DNS-323. Click Save to save the current DNS-323 configuration settings to a file on the local computer. If at a later time you need to reload this configuration after a system reset, browse to the file and click Load. Enter the time (in minutes) that the administrator will be allowed to remain idle while accessing the DNS-323 configuration settings or that users will be allowed to remain idle while accessing the download schedule settings. Click Apply to save the settings.
A Volume Is Full
A Hard Drive Has Failed Administrator Password Change Firmware Upgraded System Temperature Exceeded
The DNS-323 Power Management feature allows you to configure the drives to shut down while power remains constant to the device. The drives will power up again when data is accessed.
Enable or Disable Power Management on the DNS-323 by clicking the appropriate radio button.
Turn off Hard Drives
Set the amount of time before idle drives will shut down. Click Apply to save the settings or Dont Save Settings to discard the changes.
The DNS-323 supports four different disk configuration types: Standard, where each drive is a unique volume, JBOD, which combines both drives in a linear fashion to create one volume, as well as RAID 0 and RAID 1. When RAID 1 is used, the DNS-323 supports both Auto Rebuild and Manual Rebuild. Manual Rebuild is now the default (in earlier versions of the DNS-323, Auto Rebuild was the default). Auto Rebuild allows a degraded RAID 1 array to be automatically rebuilt when a failed hard drive is replaced by restoring data from the existing hard drive to the newly inserted hard drive. Please note that rebuilding will erase all data on the newly inserted drive.
Click Set RAID Type and Re-Format to change the current drive configuration. The DNS-323 allows you to change the drive configuration from Standard to RAID 1, without losing any data
A pop-up window will appear with the drive configuration options. Choose the RAID option you want to implement, by clicking the appropriate radio button and press Next button. The steps for configuring RAID are identical to the steps carried out earlier from the Getting Started section of the manual.
What is RAID?
RAID, short for Redundant Array of Independent Disks, is a combination of two or more disks with the aim of providing fault tolerance and improving performance. There are several different levels of RAID, with each providing a different method of sharing or distributing data amongst the drives. The DNS-323 supports RAID levels 0 and 1.
RAID 0 RAID 0 provides data striping, which spreads out blocks of data over both drives, but does not provide data redundancy. Although performance is improved, the lack of fault tolerance means that if one drive fails, all data in the array will be lost.
RAID 1 provides mirroring over both disks, with the same read/write speed of a single disk. A RAID 1 array can only be as large as its smallest member disk. Because the data is stored on both disks, RAID 1 provides fault tolerance and protection, in addition to performance advantages.
The DDNS feature allows you to host a server (Web, FTP, Game Server, etc) using a domain name that you have purchased (www.whateveryournameis.com) with your dynamically assigned IP address. Most broadband Internet Service Providers assign dynamic (changing) IP addresses. Using a DDNS service provider, your friends can enter your domain name to connect to your server no matter what your IP address is.
DDNS Select Enable or Disable. Server Address Select a DDNS Server from the combo box on the right hand-side, or alternatively type in the server address manually. Host Name Enter your fully qualified Host Name in this field. Username or Key Enter the username or key provided by your service provider. If the Dynamic DNS provider supplies only a key, enter that key in three fields. Password or Key Enter your DDNS password or key. Verify Password Re-type the password or key provided by or Key your service provider. If the Dynamic DNS provider supplies only a key, enter that key in the three fields. Status Displays your DDNS status.
LAN Info Device Info Displays the local network settings of the DNS-323. Displays the workgr oup, name, description and current temperature of the DNS-323. Displays information for a connected USB printer. If your computer is having problems printing to the DNS-323, you can click the Clear Print Queue(s) button to remove any print jobs that may be causing your computer to be unable to print. Hard Drive Info Displays the hard drive information, including the disk mode, total size, used and remaining drive space.
The DNS-323 Support page provides a menu of Support topics explaining the features of the device.
Mapping a Drive
You can use the D-Link Easy Search Utility to map drives to your computer. Insert the DNS-323 CD into your CDROM drive.
The Easy Search Utility will load and detect any DNS-323 devices that are on the local network.
If the DNS-323 you are working with does not show up in the device list, click Refresh.
Highlight an available DNS-323.
All available volumes will be displayed under Drive Mapping. Highlight the volume you want to map to your computer.
Select an available drive letter from the drop-down menu and click Connect.
Once connected, your mapped drive(s) will appear in My Computer.
The DNS-323 features a built-in BitTorrent Manager allowing you to Download and Upload Torrents with the DNS-323.
To install the BitTorrent program, insert the DNS-323 CD into your CD-ROM and launch the Easy Search Utility.
Highlight the DNS-323 and click the BitTorrent button
When the BitTorrent installation has completed, the following window will appear to indicate that the DNS-323 is restarting:
After restarting, the Easy Search utility shows the BitTorrent installation as a volume on the DNS-323
BitTorrent is appearing as a volume.
After installing the BitTorrent program, you can access the DNS-323 built-in BitTorrent menu by inserting the DNS-323 CD into your CD-ROM and launching the Easy Search Utility. To access the BitTorrent menu access the configuration of the DNS-323.
The DNS-323 login screen will appear.
Type admin for the username and leave the password field blank. Click Downloads.
On the following screen click on the BitTorrent option to access the BitTorrent settings: You can add Torrents from either a URL or from a file on your PC.
Adding a Torrent From URL
To add a Torrent from a URL Click the Add Torrent from URL checkbox. Type in the URL of the website where you will download the Torrent from and click the Add button. The Torrent will now appear in the Downloads list.
Adding a Torrent From File
To add a Torrent from a File Click the Add Torrent from File checkbox. Click the Browse button. Navigate to the folder where the Torrents are located on your PC and click the Add button. The Torrent will now appear in the Downloads list.
Click the Settings link in the BitTorrent menu to change the Bit Torrent settings. You can use the radio buttons on this screen to customize the Bit Torrent Settings of the DNS-323.
Port Settings Select the appropriate login method to access the files for download. If the site requires login credentials, select Account and enter a valid username and password. To manually set the Bandwidth Management click the Manual radio button and type in the Maximum download rate, Maximum upload rate and Maximum upload rate when seeding in the appropriate text boxes. Select the appropriate seeding option from the radio buttons. When you have finished click the Save button.
Note: Formatting a hard drive will erase the data stored on the hard drive. Please backup important data before formatting a hard drive.
After you install the new drive, turn on the DNS-323 and then connect to the Web UI. The DNS-323 will prompt you to format the new drive. You will now have two choices for your disk configuration: If you want to configure the new disk as a separate volume, press the Next button. If you want to configure the new disk in the DNS-323 to use RAID 1, click the Reconfigure to RAID 1 check box and click the Next button.
The following message will display when the formatting has completed: Press the Restart button to continue.
Table of Contents
Product Overview.. 4 Package Contents.. 4 System Requirements... 4 Introduction... 5 Features.. 6. Hardware Overview.. 7 Front View... 7 Rear Panel (Connections).. 8. Using the OLED.. 9. Installation... 10. Hardware Setup.. 10. Configuration.. 13 Easy Search Utility.. 13 Getting Started.. 14 Web UI... 18 Setup... 19 Wizard... 19. LAN.. 23 Time and Date.. 24 Device Settings.. 25 Advanced.. 26. RAID... 26 Users and Groups.. 29. Quotas.. 31 Configuring Quotas.. 32 Network Access.. 34
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FTP Server.. 36 FTP Server Settings.. 36 FTP Server Status.. 37. FTP Server Behind a Router.. 38 UPnP AV Server.. 39 iTunes Server.. 40 DHCP Server.. 42 Maintenance... 43 Change Admin Password.. 43. System.. 44 Firmware... 45 E-Mail Alerts... 46 E-Mail Alert Settings.. 47 E-Mail Alert Types... 48 Power Management.. 49 Dynamic DNS... 50 LCD Display.. 51 Disk Utility.. 52 Status... 53 Device Information.. 53 Connecting a UPS to the DNS-343. 54 Support.. 55 Mapping a Drive... 56. Download Scheduling.. 59 Schedule Downloads.. 61 Scheduling Settings.. 62 USB Print Server.. 63
Storing non-English Character Files. 71 Replacing or Adding a New Hard Drive.. 72 Contacting Technical Support.. 73 GNU/Linux GPL... 74. GNU General Public License.. 75 Warranty... 81 Registration... 86.
Section 1 - Product Overview
D-Link DNS-343 4-Bay Network Storage Enclosure CD-ROM with Manual and Software Quick Installation Guide Power Adapter Power Cable CAT5 Ethernet Cable Note: Using a power supply with a different voltage than the one included with the DNS-343 will cause damage and void the warranty for this product. If any of the above items are missing, please contact your reseller.
For best results, the following system requirements are recommended:
Computer with: 1GHz processor / 512 MB RAM / 200 MB available space / CD-ROM drive Internet Explorer version 6.0 or Mozilla Firefox 1.0 and above Windows XP (with Service Pack 2) or Vista
The DNS-343 requires installation of a hard drive before it can be used. The hard disk must be a 3.5 SATA Hard Drive of any capacity. D-Link DNS-343 User Manual
The D-Link DNS-343 4-Bay Network Storage Enclosure shares your documents, photos, music, and videos across the network and on the Internet (via FTP server) so family members, friends, or employees can access them. This enclosure, which can hold four 3.5 SATA hard drives of any capacity1, creates a central network point for backing up valuable files. The built-in RAID 12 mirroring technology protects these files from drive failure. Other options such as Standard, JBOD, RAID 0, and RAID 5 are also available. The DNS-343 shares files over the Internet via the built-in FTP server3. Users and groups can be created and assigned to folders with either read or read/write permissions. Quotas can be set per user or group to restrict space usage. In addition, the DNS-343 can be used to stream photos, music, and videos to UPnP AV compatible network media players4. The included CD contains D-Links Easy Search Utility. This utility allows you to locate the DNS-343 on the network and map drives to your computer. Backup software is also included on the CD. This software allows you to backup your files from a computer to the DNS-343 manually, by a schedule, or in real-time. Real-time backups are a great way to safeguard against unfortunate accidents that may result in the loss of important files. Combining ease of use with practical, high performance features, the DNS-343 is an organized solution for any network. Free up drive space on computers and centralize data on your network with the DNS-343 4-Bay Network Storage Enclosure!
1 Hard Drive(s) not included. 2 RAID 1 mirroring requires the use of at least 2 internal SATA drives. 3 Note that use of an FTP Server to access files over the Internet does not provide for secure or encrypted transmissions. 4 D-Link cannot guarantee full compatibility or proper playback with all codecs. Playback capability depends on the codec support of the UPnP AV media player.
Equipped with one 10/100/1000 Mbps auto-MDIX Gigabit Ethernet LAN port Embedded SATA 3.5 HDD interface 128X64 OLED display screen 4-bay Serial ATA Hard Drive with RAID 0/1/5/JBoD support Supports 2 modes: Open mode and Account mode Supports Static and DHCP IP address assignment Supports Real time clock (RTC) Web-based administrative program is stored in flash ROM of the server. No setup necessary in open mode Supports Windows XP and Vista Operating Systems Supports UPnP on Windows XP Supports PnP-X/LLTD Equipped with Ultra Cooler (aluminum housing + FAN speed control) Supports Thermal sensor E-mail Alert system to notify specified users of any device problems Supports HTTPS management function Supports iTunes Server Supports Schedule download Supports Easy Search Supports Downloader Supports Uni-code Supports User and Group management Supports Quotas for users and groups Supports group assignment for Network sharing and FTP server Can act as a DHCP Server Supports Configuration file save/load Tool-less Hard Drive installation Supports UPnP AV and DLNA compliant Supports DDNS Supports FTP Server USB port supports print server and UPS monitoring Jumbo frame support
3. Insert a 3.5 SATA hard drive into an available drive bay. Make sure to align the drive connector to the SATA connector on the bottom edge inside the drive bay of the DNS-343. Gently push the drive in until it connects.
4. Attach the faceplate to the front of the device.
5. Connect an Ethernet cable to the available Ethernet port. This cable should connect the DNS-343 to your local network via a router or switch, or directly to a computer for configuration.
6. Connect the supplied power adapter to the power receptacle.
When a hard disk is installed, the hard disk must first be formatted in the DNS-343 before it can be used. Insert the Installation CD into your computers CD-ROM or DVD-ROM drive and follow the instructions below to use the Easy Search Utility to establish a network link to the DNS-343. Then use the web-based management software to format the new hard disk.
Section 3 - Configuration
Easy Search Utility
When first powered on, during the initial boot sequence, the DNS-343 will wait to be assigned an IP address via DHCP. If it does not receive a DHCP assigned IP address, by default it will have a self-assigned IP address of 192.168.0.32. It is recommended to use the included D-Link Easy Search Utility when accessing and configuring the DNS-343 for the first time. If you want to change the IP address before logging in or are unable to connect to the DNS-343 IP address, you can use the Easy Search Utility provided on the product CD to locate the device on your network and make any needed changes.
Network Storage Device Refresh Configuration
The Easy Search Utility displays all available DNS-343 devices within the same network. Refreshes the device list. Click Configuration to access the Web based configuration of the DNS-343. Configure the LAN Settings for the DNS-343. Click Apply to save changes to the LAN Settings. Volumes that are available for mapping are displayed here. Choose an available drive letter. Click Connect to map the selected volume. Click Disconnect to disconnect the selected mapped volume. Click Exit to close the utility. 13
LAN Apply Drive Mapping Available Drive Letters
To run the Easy Search Utility, insert the DNS-343 CD into your CD-ROM drive:
Click Easy Search Utility.
Select the listed DNS-343 and click the Configuration button. This will launch the computers default web browser and direct it to the IP address listed for the device. Make sure the browser is not configured to use a proxy server. The first window that appears will require the user to login for Configuration or Downloads menus. The Downloads menus are described later in this guide in the section titled Downloads on page 60. Note: The computer used to access the DNS-343 web-based configuration manager must be on the same subnet as the DNS-343. If your network is using a DHCP server and the computer receives IP settings from DHCP, the DNS-343 will automatically be in the same subnet.
The following screen appears showing the disks installed in the system. This screen also allows the administrator to choose a RAID configuration type for this device. Select either Basic Configuration or Custom Configuration. Basic Configuration Custom Configuration
Users and Groups
The Users/Groups menu is used to create and manage user and group accounts. These are used for user access and read/write privileges for specified folders on the network drive (using the Network Access menu), or to setup FTP access and privileges. Up to 64 users and 10 groups can be created. By default all users have read and write access to all folders but access rules can be created in the Network Access menu.
To create user names and passwords in the User/Group Creation menu: Type a unique User Name for each user added Enter and confirm the user Password Click Add to create the new user. The user will be added to the User List and will be available for assignment to a user group if you choose to create groups. To create a Group: Select the Group option in the User And Group Creation menu Type a unique group name in the Add New Group space and click Add. The group will appear in the Group List and will be available for user assignment in the Group Settings menu. To add a user to a user group, under Group Settings: Select an available group from the Select Group drop-down menu Highlight the user from List of all users Click the Add>> button
Section 3 - Configuration The user is now listed in the Users in group list. To delete a user from a group, under Group Setting: Select the group Highlight the user to be removed Click the <<Remove button To remove a user or group from the User or Group lists, click the trash can icon of that group or user. To change a user password, click the notepad icon of the user.
The DNS-343 supports storage quotas for both groups and individual users. Assigning a quota to a group or user will limit the amount of storage they are allocated. By default, users and groups do not have a quota.
User Quota Settings Group Quota Settings User quotas are displayed here. Quotas can be edited by clicking on the notepad icon. Group quotas are displayed here. Quotas can be edited by clicking on the notepad icon. Displays the current status of the quota feature. The quota function can be started or stopped here.
All users and groups are automatically listed on this page, and cannot be deleted. The default quota setting is Unlimited. To add a quota for a particular user or group, you must perform the following:
Permission Max User Idle Time Port Flow Control Client Language
Note: If your Internet access is controlled through a router, or if your network uses a firewall device of any kind, it will likely be necessary to configure the router or firewall device to allow FTP requests from the Internet. Often it is possible to configure the router to direct FTP traffic to specified devices, in this case, to the DNS-343. Usually, at a minimum, it is necessary to enter the IP address of the DNS-343 and the TCP port used for FTP (port 21). See the user documentation of the firewall device or router for information on creating forwarding rules for FTP traffic to devices on the LAN.
FTP Server Status
FTP Access List Status Port Max User Flow Control Idle Time Client Language
Displays users and/or groups that have access and their user rights. Displays if the FTP server is started or stopped. Displays the FTP Port. Displays the maximum number of users. Displays the flow control status. Displays the idle time before disconnecting the user. Displays the client language set for this FTP server.
FTP Server Behind a Router
If you are behind a router, you will need to forward the FTP port from the router to the DNS-343. Additional filtering and firewall settings may need to be modified on your router to allow FTP Access to the DNS-343 from the Internet. Once the port has been forwarded on the router, users from the internet will access the FTP server through the WAN IP address of the router. If you are using a D-Link router, such as the WBR-2310 used in the example below, your port forwarding rule should be similar to the following:
Name IP Address Public Port Private Port Traffic Type Name the DNS-343 FTP server rule. Enter the IP address of the DNS-343. Enter the public FTP port. By default, the port is 21. Enter the private FTP port. By default, the port is 21. Set the traffic type to TCP.
If you use an FTP port other than 21, then users accessing the FTP server using an FTP client will have to specify the non-standard port, and users who are using a browser will have to specify the port in the URL (e.g. ftp://ftp.dns323.com:3000, where the FTP port is 3000).
UPnP AV Server
The DNS-343 supports media streaming service to UPnP AV compatible clients on the local network. Use the UPnP AV Server menu to select the media content made available to such clients. By default the UPnP server is enabled. The root checkbox specifies access to media content on all volumes and folders on the drive. Click on the Save Settings button to apply and save the new settings.
UPnP AV Server Folder Select Enable or Disable to enable or disable the DNS-343 UPnP AV server. Specifies the folder or directory that will be shared by the UPnP AV server. Select root to share all files on all volumes, or click Browse to select a specific folder. Select the auto refresh mode from the drop-down menu.
New Password Confirm Password
Click Save Settings to save the new password.
The DNS-343 System menu provides options to perform a system restart, save and load configuration settings, and set idle times.
Restart Defaults Click Restart to reboot the DNS-343. Click Restore to reset the DNS-343 to its factory default settings. This will erase all previous configuration changes. Click Shutdown to turn off the DNS-343. Click Save to save the current DNS-343 configuration settings to a file on the local computer. If at a later time you need to reload this configuration after a system reset, browse to the file and click Load. Enter the time (in minutes) that the administrator will be allowed to remain idle while accessing the DNS-343 configuration settings or that users will be allowed to remain idle while accessing the download schedule settings. Click Apply to save the settings.
Shutdown Configuration Settings
This section allows you to check for new firmware releases and upload them to your device.
To upgrade the DNS-343 firmware, go the D-Link Support Page and download the latest version. When the download is completed, use the Browse button to locate the firmware file on your computer and click the Apply button to begin loading the firmware to your device.
With the DNS-343 E-Mail Alerts, you can configure e-mails to be sent alerting you to certain operational conditions and drive status conditions. These alerts can prove helpful with the management and safeguarding of important data.
This section contains the configuration settings for your e-mail account and alert preferences. After you have configured the settings, use the Test E-Mail button to send a test e-mail and confirm your settings are correct. A pop-up window will display the success or failure of the test.
This section contains the alert options and their configuration settings. Refer to page 48 for more information.
Click Save Settings to apply and save the new alert settings.
E-Mail Alert Settings
Login Method Select either Account or Anonymous. Choosing Anonymous does not require a User Name or Password. Enter the appropriate user name for your e-mail account. Enter the appropriate password for your e-mail account. Enter the IP address or domain name of your outgoing mail server. If you are unsure of this value, contact your e-mail provider. Enter the from e-mail address (e.g. aler firstname.lastname@example.org). This field does not require a valid e-mail address. However, if your e-mail client is filtering spam, make sure you allow this address to be received. Enter the e-mail address you want to send the alerts to. This address must correspond with the SMTP server configured above. Click the Test E-Mail button to send a test alert and confirm your settings are correct.
User Name Password SMTP Server
E-Mail Alert Types
Space Status Select an interval in hours and minutes to have a status of space remaining on the drives e-mailed. An alert will be sent when the hard drive is full. An alert will be sent if the admin password is changed. An alert will be sent if the firmware is upgraded. An alert will be sent if the DNS-343 device temperature exceeds the set threshold. After the alert has been sent, the DNS-343 will power off for safety.
A Volume Is Full Administrator Password Change Firmware Upgraded System Temperature Exceeded
The DNS-343 Power Management feature allows you to configure the drives to shut down after a specified idle time. The drives will power up again when data is accessed.
Power Management Turn off Hard Drives Select Enable or Disable. Set the amount of time before idle drives will shut down. Click Save Settings to apply the settings.
The DDNS feature allows you to host a server (Web, FTP, Game Server, etc) using a domain name that you have purchased (www.whateveryournameis.com) with your dynamically assigned IP address. Most broadband Internet Service Providers assign dynamic (changing) IP addresses. Using a DDNS service provider, your friends can use the domain name to connect to your server no matter what your IP address is.
DDNS Select Enable or Disable. Server Address Enter the DDNS server address or select from the drop-down menu. Host Name Enter your DDNS host name. Username or Key Enter your DDNS username or key. Password or Key Enter your DDNS password or key. Verify Password Re-enter your password or key. or Key Timeout Enter the timeout time in hours. Status Displays your DDNS status. Click Save Settings to apply the settings.
The LCD Display settings allow the administrator to change the time it takes for the OLED screen on the front of the DNS-343 to power off. Click on the drop-down box below to change the time it takes for the OLED screen to power off. Click the Save Settings button to apply the settings
The Disk Utility allows the administrator to perform a standard Scan Disk check for errors on the hard disk, select the volume from the drop-down menu and then click the Scan Disk button. Any errors found will be listed along with a description and the available repair options.
LAN Info Device Info Displays the local network settings of the DNS-343. Displays the workgroup, name, description and current temperature of the DNS-343. Displays information for a connected USB printer. If your computer is having problems printing to the DNS-343, you can click the Clear Print Queue(s) button to remove any print jobs that may be causing your computer to be unable to print. Hard Drive Info Displays the hard drive information, including the disk mode, total size, used and remaining drive space.
Local Save To When Recurring Backup Incremental Backup
USB Print Server
The DNS-343 features a built-in USB print server, giving users the ability to share a printer on their local network. Connect a USB printer to the USB port on the back of the DNS-343. It is important to ensure that all the printers drivers have been installed on the computer(s) you want to print from.
To add a printer:
Click Start, and select Printers and Faxes.
Select Add a printer.
The Windows Add Printer Wizard will launch:
Click Next to continue. D-Link DNS-343 User Manual 64
When prompted to choose a local, or network printer, select A network printer, or a printer attached to another computer. Click Next to continue.
Select Browse for a printer and click Next to continue.
Double-click DNS-343 from the Shared Printers list to expand the tree.
Select the available USB printer, and click Next to continue. D-Link DNS-343 User Manual 66
The following printer driver messages will appear:
Click Yes to continue.
Click OK to continue and select a printer driver.
Select the appropriate printer driver from the list and click OK to complete the wizard. If the driver is not in the list, select Have Disk.
Insert the print driver CD or browse to the appropriate directory.
Select the appropriate driver file, and click Open to continue.
Click OK to continue.
Verify the driver is correct, and click OK to continue.
The wizard will install the printer drivers, and return a completion screen. Click Finish. D-Link DNS-343 User Manual 69
The printer should now appear as an available printer.
Storing non-English Character Files
By default the DNS-343 supports Unicode which is an industry standard allowing computers to consistently represent and manipulate text expressed in most of the worlds writing formats.
Replacing or Adding a New Hard Drive
It is recommended that you backup your important files before replacing or adding a new hard drive to the DNS-343. Replacing a Hard Drive: Please make sure the power is off before replacing a hard drive. After you install the new drive, turn on the DNS-343 and then connect to the Web UI. The DNS-343 will prompt you to format the new drive. Refer to page 15. Adding a New Hard Drive: The DNS-343 is able to work with one single hard drive, two, three, and four hard drives. Please make sure the power is off before installing a new hard drive. After you install the new drive(s), turn on the DNS-343 and then connect to the Web UI. The DNS-343 will prompt you to format the new drive(s). Refer to page 15.
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Appendix B - Warranty 12. IN NO EVENT UNLESS REQUIRED BY APPLICABLE LAW OR AGREED TO IN WRITING WILL ANY COPYRIGHT HOLDER, OR ANY OTHER PARTY WHO MAY MODIFY AND/OR REDISTRIBUTE THE PROGRAM AS PERMITTED ABOVE, BE LIABLE TO YOU FOR DAMAGES, INCLUDING ANY GENERAL, SPECIAL, INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES ARISING OUT OF THE USE OR INABILITY TO USE THE PROGRAM (INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO LOSS OF DATA OR DATA BEING RENDERED INACCURATE OR LOSSES SUSTAINED BY YOU OR THIRD PARTIES OR A FAILURE OF THE PROGRAM TO OPERATE WITH ANY OTHER PROGRAMS), EVEN IF SUCH HOLDER OR OTHER PARTY HAS BEEN ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGES. END OF TERMS AND CONDITIONS
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This is a Class A product. In a domestic environment, this product may cause radio interference, in which case the user may be required to take adequate measures.
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class A digital device, pursuant to part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communication. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures: Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna. Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver. Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected. Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
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The D-Link DNS-323 2-Bay Network Storage Enclosure, when used with internal SATA drives, enables you to share documents, files, and digital media such as music, photos, and video with everyone on the home or office network. Remotely accessing files through the Internet is also possible with the built-in FTP server. Whether you are allowing access locally or over the Internet, keep data safe by only giving rights to specific users or groups. When configuring the DNS-323, you can create users and groups and assign them to folders with either read or read/write permissions. This is ideal for an office environment with employee-specific sensitive data or for the home where you can ensure your children will only have access to age appropriate material. The DNS-323 will be available to any computer on your network, without the need to install any software on the computer.
|Device Type||NAS server|
|Host Connectivity||Gigabit Ethernet|
|Total Storage Capacity||750 GB|
|Built-in Devices||Print server|
|Type||RAID - integrated|
|Controller Interface Type||Serial ATA-150|
|Supported Devices||Hard drive|
|RAID Level||RAID 0, RAID 1, JBOD|
|Type||Standard - 3.5" x 1/3H|
|Capacity||1 x 750 GB|
|Interface Type||Serial ATA-300|
|Spindle Speed||7200 rpm|
|Buffer Size||32 MB|
|Data Link Protocol||Ethernet, Fast Ethernet, Gigabit Ethernet|
|Compliant Standards||IEEE 802.3, IEEE 802.3u, IEEE 802.3ab|
|Expansion / Connectivity|
|Expansion Bays Total (Free)||2 ( 1 ) x internal - 3.5" x 1/3H|
|Interfaces||1 x Ethernet 10Base-T/100Base-TX/1000Base-T - RJ-45|
|Software / System Requirements|
|Software Included||Drivers & Utilities|
|Min Operating Temperature||32 °F|
|Max Operating Temperature||131 °F|
|Humidity Range Operating||5 - 95%|
|Universal Product Identifiers|
|Part Numbers||1 DNS-323 + 1 ST3750330AS, DNS-323, DNS-323-BN|
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