KEY FEATURES

  • Network Attached Storage
  • Built-in Blu-ray and DVD Re-Writer
  • 2 Terabytes of Storage
  • Easy Set Up
2TB Super Multi NAS with Blu-ray™ Re-Writer

SUMMARY

    • Processor
    • Marvell 88F6192 800MHz
    • Number of HDD Bays
    • 2
    • SDRAM
    • 1024Mbits
    • Data Transfer Rates
    • 16bit/DDR2 (400MHz Data Rate)
    • Recommended HDD Capacity
    • 250GB, 500GB, 750GB, 1TB, 1.5TB
    • Operating System
    • Embedded Linux (Kernel 2.6)
    • Client OS Support
    • Win 2000, XP, Vista, Windows Server 2003, Mac OS 10.3 and later; Linux (Redhat 9, Ubuntu, Suse)
    • Energy Star
    • ENERGY STAR® 5.0 Compliant
    • Warranty
    • 1 Year Parts & Labor

SIZE AND WEIGHT

    • Dimensions (W x H x D)
    • 6.5” x 6.4” x 9.1”
    • Weight (without HDD)
    • 9.26 lbs.
    • Weight (with HDD)
    • 11.46 lbs.

HDD

    • Included Storage
    • 2TB (1TB x 2)
    • Interface
    • E-SATA (SATA II)
    • RPM
    • 7200
    • Buffer
    • 8MB / 16MB
    • Size
    • 3.5"

LAN INTERFACE

    • Standard Compliance
    • IEEE802.3 (1000/100/10 Base-T)
    • Data Transfer Rates
    • 10/100/1000Mbps
    • Connector Type
    • RJ-45
    • Number of Ports
    • 1

BLU-RAY RE-WRITER

    • SupportedMedia
    • BD/DVD/CD
    • Writing Speed
    • BD (6xMax.)/ DVD (16xMax.) CD (40xMax.)
    • Reading Speed
    • BD (6xMax.)/ DVD (12xMax.) CD (40xMax.)

USB INTERFACE

    • Standard Compliance
    • USB 2.0
    • Connector Type
    • USB Type A
    • Number of Ports
    • 3 (Top 1 ea., Rear 2 ea.)
    • Data Transfer Rates
    • Max: 480Mbps (High Speed Mode), Max: 12Mbps (Full Speed Mode)

OTHER INTERFACE

    • Memory Card Reader
    • 4 in 1 (SD,MMC,MS, xD)

NETWORK FILE SERVICES

    • Transport Protocol
    • TCP/IP
    • Network Services
    • DHCP, NTP Support
    • Management
    • HTTP/HTTPS, FTP/FTPS
    • Time Syncronization
    • NTP
    • Common
    • DHCP, NTP

POWER

    • Voltage/Hz
    • 90V - 264V, 47Hz ~ 63Hz
    • Idle Mode (Typical)
    • 44W
    • Sleep Mode (Typical)
    • 14W
    • Standby Mode (Typical)
    • 1.0W

OTHER

    • Operating System
    • Embedded Linux (Kernel 2.6)
    • Client OS Support
    • Win 2000, XP, Vista, Windows Server 2003, Mac OS® 10.3 and later Linux (Redhat 9, Ubuntu, Suse)
    • Regulations & Standards
    • FCC, UL, CE, CE Marking, RoHS

What people are saying

Rated 5 out of 5 by from N2B1DD2 RAID support for FW ver 10124 Works! Initialize both drives. In the VOLUME screen where it says "Select a disk", select *BOTH* disks and click on Create Volume. When both disks are selected, the RAID/JBOD options are displayed. That screen should be changed to say "Select a disk OR DISKS". Time to create a mirrored volume with 2 x 1Tb drives took overnight but did complete and is working now.
Date published: 2020-08-28
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Decent hardware but poor support I had been running this successfully for several years, upgrading the firmware every so often whenever I checked to see if it was up to date. I upgraded to the new UI not realising that I was losing ALL RAID options including RAID 0 although I did read the upgrade text file - my fault for not understanding the readme file but I couldn’t believe LG would remove the central reason for a multidisk NAS - RAID! When I discovered I was only using 1 harddisk to store my valuable files and the other was idle I investigated my options. Copied all data to other disks then tried to load old firmware - no dice. Tried to enter “Enclosure mode” to reset to an earlier firmware - no dice and resulted in bricked device (Netboot message). After much panicked fiddling finally managed to unbrick and now updated to latest firmware to remove some serious security issues, reinitialised to use both disks (it is possible to map to both disks) and implemented suitable mitigation techniques. Overall the NAS hardware has been reliable (even though it uses WD Green not Red!j although the printer sever has been temperamental but the system has been let down by poor system support (addressing security issues) and poor firmware. This sort of device tends to be used for many years and need good and continued support - deleting the security compromised functions wholesale (RAID, JBOD, familycast etc.) is not adequate support!
Date published: 2020-07-31
Rated 1 out of 5 by from 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!
Date published: 2014-01-05
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Is the esata port on the back of the n2b1 bidirectional. Meaning could i plug a seperate non network atacted harddrive enclosure into the n2b1 and have it be accesable?

Asked by: Adam1schuler
The e-SATA port in the back of the ENERGY STAR® 5.0 Compliant LG 2TB Super Multi NAS with Blu-ray™ Re-Writer, Model # N2B1DD2 a signal (but not power) for external storage devices..^IFV
Answered by: LGJoel
Date published: 2020-04-20

Hey. My LG-NAS model N2B1DD2 says " NAS is Booting " but never starts. Anyone to help? I've tried to pull out the hard drives, but still the same result.

Asked by: JensG
Our offices, in the United States, do not have product information for Denmark. In order to obtain such information, it is recommended to check our subsidiary’s website, at http://www.lg.com/dk/support/kontakt-kundesupport.
Answered by: NeilE
Date published: 2020-04-20

Are there any advanced DLNA diagnostics?

1) I cannot find any DLNA related logs in the Reports>Log section. Is there any way to see what clients are currently connected via DLNA? 2) Updating the DLNA library does not give any feedback on it's progress. Is there any way to know when the updating process is complete? Currently I am just watching the Reports>System Resources section to see if it is still active. 3) Is the DLNA updating of the library scheduled internally on any sort of interval and if so, what is it. If not, does this mean that I will have to manually update the library everytime I add a new file?
Asked by: Kaibutsu
I apologize, but no; there are no advanced diagnostics for DLNA file sharing. The only options available from the User Interface are to either enable or disable the DLNA service, to add a path to be shared DLNA folder, or to update the DLNA library. Regrettably, it will not be possible to determine what clients are connected to the system via DLNA. No progress bars will be shown, but once the job is completed, a pop-up message will state when it is COMPLETED. This will not, however, be noted in the log. New files added to the shared DLNA folder should automatically appear. If it does not, then you may try to disable the service, and then re-enable it. This should also update the library data. If you have additional questions, please contact our Customer Interactive Center at 800-243-0000.
Answered by: NeilE
Date published: 2013-10-22

how do I password protect 1 of the 2 volumes

Asked by: kenny
Our offices, in the United States, do not have product information for Canada. In order to obtain such information, it is recommended to check our subsidiary’s website, at http://www.lg.com/ca_en/index.jsp. You may also contact our Canada offices at 1-888-542-2623.
Answered by: NeilE
Date published: 2020-04-20

Does the LG N2B1DD2 support drives larger than 1TB ?

Can drives larger than 1TB be installed in the LG N2B1DD2? Will 2TB capacity drives work with this unit?
Asked by: Kies
We cannot guarantee this unit will recognize HDDs larger than 1TB.
Answered by: LGJoel
Date published: 2015-09-19

Does the N2B1DD2 support RAID?

I see other LG NAS support RAID but I don't see that for this model.
Asked by: JAS44
Yes, this unit supports RAID.
Answered by: LGJoel
Date published: 2013-10-22

LG NAS compatible with Windows 7

in the tech specs on the NAS servers I was looking into, Windows 7 is not a OS listed. does this need updated or are they not compatible?
Asked by: biggiebird
We appreciate your interest in this NAS system. The N2B1DD2 is fully compatible with Windows 7.
Answered by: NeilE
Date published: 2013-10-22

Can I use the blu-ray writing feature of the N2B1DD2 to make video discs? How?

I know as an NAS, the N2B1DD2 does not connect like a typical external blu-ray writer, but is it still possible to create video blu-ray discs that will play in a standard blu-ray player connected to a TV? What is the workflow for taking a blu-ray video project from authoring software and burning it onto BD-R media?
Asked by: ChrisL
This device is mostly a backup medium.
Answered by: LGJoel
Date published: 2013-10-22
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