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D-Link ShareCenter Cloud Storage 2000 2-Bay (Diskless) Network Attached Storage (DNS-320L)

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  • Share documents, files and digital media with everyone on your network
  • Share a single USB printer with your entire home or office
  • Stream movies from Share Center to your TV using a compatible media player Stream music, photos and videos to your mobile device and tablet with the mydlink Access NAS mobile app
  • Stream music, photos and videos to your mobile device and tablet with the mydlink Access NAS mobile app
  • RAID technology protects your data in the event of a hard drive failure
  • Intuitive web-based user interface for easy file access and management
  • Schedule routine backups with ShareCenter Sync PC backup utility
  • Set file and folder permissions for specific users and groups
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Hard Disk Size 0 TB 4 TB 0 TB 2 TB
Dimensions 7.31 inches x 11.25 inches x 8.13 inches 0 inches x 0 inches x 4.25 inches 5.85 inches x 7.94 inches x 3.91 inches 6.7 inches x 5.5 inches x 1.9 inches
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Technical Details

Style: 2-Bay NAS
  • Hard Drive: 0 TB
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Product Details

Style Name: 2-Bay NAS
  • Product Dimensions: 11.2 x 8.1 x 7.3 inches ; 2.8 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 3 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B0093NUFVE
  • Item model number: DNS-320L
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (48 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank:
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: August 29, 2012

Product Description

Style: 2-Bay NAS

Product Description

D-Link Share Center 2-Bay Cloud Storage 2000 (DNS-320L) is the perfect home solution to share, stream, manage and back up all of your digital files by creating your own personal Cloud. Remotely connecting to your Share Center is as easy as downloading the free mydlink Access NAS mobile app, which allows you to access your files and stream music, video and photo content to your Smartphone or tablet from anywhere around the world.

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The D-Link ShareCenter 2-Bay Cloud Storage 2000 (DNS-320L) is the perfect home solution to share, stream, manage, and back up all of your digital files by creating your own personal Cloud. Remotely connecting to your ShareCenter is as easy as downloading the free mydlink Access-NAS mobile app, which allows you to access your files and stream music, video, and photo content to your Smartphone or tablet from anywhere around the world. Plus, the simple and intuitive hardware design lets you easily add up to two SATA hard drives to your device without the use of any tools, making the ShareCenter a powerful, scalable solution for your home or office.

 

DNS-320L main cloud
Store, safeguard, share and remotely access or stream your digital documents, music, videos, and photos with the ShareCenter 2-Bay Cloud Storage 2000 (view larger).

 

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Key Features

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Share:
  • Store digital documents, music, photos and videos in a central location for the entire family to access.
  • Create and share photo albums with friends and family through e-mail or the Cooliris and Picasa apps.


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Stream:
  • Stream music, photos and videos to your mobile device and tablet with the mydlink Access-NAS mobile app.
  • Stream movies directly to your TV using a compatible media player.


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Protect:
  • RAID technology protects your data in the event of a hard drive failure.
  • Schedule routine backups with the Sync PC Backup Utility.


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Manage:
  • Intuitive web-based user interface for easy file access and management.
  • Set file and folder permissions for specific users and groups.


Access your mydlink Cloud Anytime, Anywhere

Configure your ShareCenter for ultimate remote access and management in the palm of your hand--simply log into your personal account via mydlink.com or mydlink Access-NAS mobile on your iPhone, iPad, or Android device and experience the benefits of D-Link's industry-leading Cloud Services. Access and share digital content to your computer, tablet, and Smartphone without worrying about complicated network settings. Whatever your personal storage goals and needs are, the Cloud-supported ShareCenter delivers the versatility, performance and remote accessibility your home or small business demands.

 

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The DNS-320L Capabilities

ShareCenter

ShareCenter devices connect directly to your home network, delivering storage and sharing solutions to all your connected devices. That means while you're backing up work documents from your laptop, the rest of the family can stream stored photos, music, and movies to their tablet or smartphone. And with simple yet powerful privacy settings, you'll have total control over file access and distribution.

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Wireless Streaming

Now that you've backed up your favorite music, photos and movies, wouldn't it be great if you could stream and share them to all of the devices you already own? With ShareCenter, you can. ShareCenter makes it easy to wirelessly stream digital media to your entertainment systems and mobile devices. Keep your digital world at your fingertips with ShareCenter.

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Safe Storage

Don't lose your precious family movies, photos and other important files in the event of a hard drive failure. Protect your memories, your work, and your entertainment--give yourself peace of mind with the security and convenience of ShareCenter storage.

Easy Organization

ShareCenter solutions combine feature-rich customization options with the ease of use you've come to expect from D-Link. With the included software, you can quickly and easily create schedules for real-time, full, or incremental backups, while also setting storage quotas for specific users and groups. ShareCenter offers robust content management without the hassle.

What's in the Box

ShareCenter 2-Bay Cloud Storage 2000 (DNS-320L); Ethernet cable; power adapter; hard drive mounting kit; quick install guide; CD-ROM with software and drivers

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ShareCenter Cloud Storage 2000 (DNS-320L) ShareCenter Cloud Storage 4000 DNS-345
Number of Bays Two Four
Maximum Capacity Eight TB 16 TB
CPU Speed 1.0 GHz 1.6 GHz
Gigabit Ethernet Ports One Two
USB Ports One One
RAID Support Standard, JBOD, RAID 0, 1 Standard, JBOD, RAID 0, 1, 5, 5 + Hot Spare
Mobile Device Support iOS, Android iOS, Android, Blackberry, Windows
Cloud Support
Surveillance Center
Add-On Applications
Two-Way Data Sync

Customer Reviews

Love it, easy to use and its a very good product.
henry garcia
I hadn't discovered any issues with security and since I am still waiting on my other drive I decided to go ahead and run the install wizard.
Michael W. Schellenberger
I wish I had spent the money on something else with real software.
W. Welch

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

19 of 21 people found the following review helpful By Michael M. Walton on October 27, 2012
Style Name: 2-Bay NAS Verified Purchase
The D-Link DNS-320L is an upgrade of the DNS-320. It has a faster processor on board and design changes to the box. I've just had it a few days and it seems to function fine. The on-board fan has high and low speeds and defaults to off/low/high so it runs quietly most of the time (although the low speed fan isn't loud) when it is backing up, but sleeps when not in use. I am a Mac user so it is important to note that this device works fine with Time Machine. It mounts when it is time to back up and unmounts afterwards.

I am running OSX Lion (10.7.5) and it is important to note that the Set Up Wizard that comes on the CD is flawed. DO NOT USE IT! Once you get the DNS-320L plugged in to your network, go to it via the Web interface. There is a set up wizard in the Web GUI that will help with the basic setup, and then you can go Management-Disk Management and set up your Hard Drive Configuration (which will format the drive(s)), then go over to Applications-Local Backups-Time Machine where you can enable Time Machine (which starts the AFP service) and then add individual shares under Settings for each machine you want to back up. I also recommend creating a user for the back up connections because if you try to connect to the NAS with the admin password, Time Machine will ask you to change it. Not the case with a mere user.

The problem with the Set Up Wizard failure is that it apparently is the only way you can set up an account with mydlink.com, which is how you can connect to the NAS from your smart phone or tablet (iPhone and iPad in my case). My desire to do this led to a great deal of aggravation because when it fails, it corrupts your password and configuration, and I had to reformat the drive (losing backups that took a long time to do, about 3.25 hrs. for 156 gigs).
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By John FX Berns on September 29, 2013
Style Name: 2-Bay NAS
Overall the performance is poor. Using NFS and AFP (native Linux and Apple File Transfer Protocol), it can be ridiculously slow. Try to copy several files at a time and it grinds to a halt and can take hours to copy a few gigabytes.

The Bittorrent client and the DLNA server are a joke. Other features... I can't say; I give up trying to use it as anything but dumb-and-slow storage after trying several features that didn't work properly. (I think the features were added--not to satisfy their customers needs, but to have a feature list on the outside of the box that looked similar to other devices that actually had good implementations of the features.

The bittorrent client does not use magnet links (only .torrent files) and the interface is clunky. On top of that--even when it's not downloading, it can take up enough of the CPU on the device that it slows file transfers to a crawl and if you are streaming video to a TV, it keeps skipping.

The DLNA server does not automatically update based on the files on the disk--you have to do it manually. And the update takes days--yes--days to complete.

I wish I would have spent a few more bucks and bought a NAS that had the same features--but were implemented in a way that they were actually useful.
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13 of 17 people found the following review helpful By Michael W. Schellenberger on December 24, 2013
Style Name: 2-Bay NAS Verified Purchase
I'm a software developer and have been around the industry for well over 30 years. I had recently been using portable USB drives for backups but wanted to get something a bit easier to deal with so after a bit of research I picked the DNS-320L.

Amazon got me the device rather quickly, as expected. I opened the box to find the quality of the product about what I had expected for the price, nothing heavy duty but looked good for home use. I wanted a RAID 1 configuration and D-Link never specified if hard drives needed to be the same or not so to be safe I wanted to get 2 of the same hard drive types. I had ordered a single drive at the same time, it shipped separetley so there was no more I could do until my first drive came.

Finally got my drive, installed it into the DNS-320L, I run the wizard that came on the DVD and it does not see the device. I go to D-Link support site and was shocked to find support only consisted of a handful of FAQs and an email option. The FAQs where useless so I fired off an email while there.

I read some more of the manual and learned some other stuff so I looked on my router and see the 320L has obtained a DHCP lease, I was able to go directly to the 320L web interface and set it up manually. D-Link does not give any direction on what you need to do for manual intial config but I finally got the NAS up and running but noted some security errors in the log. I found the web interface to be odd especially dialogs that confirm things. I went ahead and ordered my second drive at this point.

A couple days later I get a reply from D-Link that just says to download the install wizard from the web site. The downloaded version worked, that would have been a nice FAQ to have.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By hjs on March 16, 2013
Style Name: 4-Bay NAS Verified Purchase
The unit names each drive in the order of installation. Cannot change the name of the drive. Internet search has some work-rounds, which as somewhat cumbersome. The unit has to reformat every drive install into it--be careful not to lose your data. The hard drives formatted by the unit can be read independently using an UNIX machine. The included software package work OK. The Surveillance Center works full time (no on-line computer required) but is difficult to setup. The software is automatically loaded onto one of unit disks (selected by the software) and all recordings are hidden from view--they can only be accessed through the Surveillance Center. Internal data transfer is easy to setup with the provided software, but all settings are lost each time the unit is losses power or is powered down. Data transfer rates are very good.
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