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2TB Network Storage

N2A2DD2

  • Access Data or Stream Media via the Internet
  • 2 Terabytes of Storage
  • Gigabit Ethernet Support (10/100/1000)
  • Remote Access/Multiple User Access
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2TB Network Storage

N2A2DD2

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  • Processor
  • Memory
  • Speed
  • HDD Capacity
  • Included Storage
  • Interface
  • Data Transfer Rates
  • Warranty
  • Marvell 88F6281 1.0GHz
  • 128MB
  • Read: 60MB/s, Write: 40MB/s
  • 2TB (1TB * 2) (3.5", 7,200rpm)
  • 2TB Total (1TB x 2)
  • SATA II
  • 1000/100/10 Mbps
  • 1 Year Limited, 1 Year Parts & Labor
  • Dimensions (W x H x D)
  • 4.5" x 6.3" x 9.1"
  • Included Storage
  • Interface
  • RPM
  • Size
  • 2TB (1TB x 2)
  • SATA II
  • 7200
  • 3.5"
  • Standard Compliance
  • Data Transfer Rates
  • Connector Type
  • Number of Ports
  • IEEE802.3 (1000/100/10 Base-T)
  • 10/100/1000Mbps
  • RJ-45
  • 1
  • Standard Compliance
  • Connector Type
  • Number of Ports
  • Data Transfer Rates
  • USB 2.0
  • USB Type A
  • 2 (1 Front, 1 Rear)
  • Max: 480Mbps (High Speed Mode), Max: 12Mbps (Full Speed Mode)
  • File Sharing Protocol
  • Network Services
  • Management
  • Time Syncronization
  • Common
  • TCP/IP
  • DHCP, NTP Support
  • HTTP/HTTPS, FTP/FTPS
  • NTP
  • DHCP, NTP
  • Idle Mode (Typical)
  • Standby Mode (Typical)
  • 23W
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N2A2DD2 3.6 5 16 19
AVOID! This device was, when purchased, as servicable NAS. After the latest update, however, it is UNUSABLE as a full featured network storage device. There is no support for basic features like RAID1 or JBOD. From what I can see, there is no way to map two drives at the same time. As a result, only one of my 3TB drives are being used. AVOID AT ALL COSTS! IF YOU HAVE AN OLDER VERSION OF THE FIRMWARE (2660 or prior) DO NOT UPDATE TO THE NEW FIRMWARE! January 5, 2014
Horrible device for Mac Users I have two laptops, one Mac and one Windows. First, it is impossible to install and administer this NAS from a Mac so I had to use my very old windows machine. Second, you have to be wire connected to the NAS in order for the NAS detector to detect the NAS. Worse, the detector rarely detects the NAS. For the life of me, I can't figure out why the LG NAS detector can't find the NAS in 99% of the time even though windows explorer can find it on the network but the latter can not administer it. And that's the upside. The downside, my Mac can't even see this NAS on the network, wireless or wired. It's just a hideous piece of hardware. It's been extremely frustrating because of the countless hours I've spent on trying to make it work with Windows and Mac to no avail. Heed my warning, avoid this product. August 26, 2012
Mac Users Avoid !! Not a Mac friendly product. To use with OSX Lion you have to install the new interface and firmware which requires you to re-format the disks and the process can only be done from a Windows machine. Those that don't have a windows machine get half a system which isn't recognized by the finder, cannot burn a Bu-Ray disc and requires you to purchase iSCSI as a separate product. There are much better products which actually work. July 16, 2012
Works great, but disappointed at media server We've outgrown the Compaq ML370 server running some grossly outdated version of RedHat LinuxI had set up 8 years ago to hold our growing collection of MP3's and the thousands of photos of our son. 300G held us for 8 years, I figure 1T should put us out at least that or maybe a little less.... The NAS installed easily, like you would expect. Just put it on the network, load the drivers on your PC, and it just finds it. I'm a little disappointed at the media server - the menus seem to be buggy and it wants the media in certain directories, with NO subdirectories. Sorry, I'm not going to de-normalize my directory-organized media collection so that it can do it's own organization. My MP3's are Artist->Recording and photos are Year->Month. There's no reason the media server can't recurse down into directories. Hopefully there's a newer version, or maybe I can hack this one and install a different media server - dunno, haven't had the time to explore that yet. I did download the Android app, and it too found the box easily, but accessing files is a little clumsy, manually having to copy files over to your phone. Anyhow, it's a nice NAS for the money. It gives you what you would expect, more disk space that can be mounted and used. May 9, 2012
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