- Brand Name: Iomega
- Model Number: 34769
- Manufacturer Warranty Description: 3 years limited, additional warranty services available
- Hard Disk Rotational Speed: 7200 RPM
- Item Display Weight: 14.40 pounds
Iomega StorCenter PX6-300d (diskless) 6-bay Network Storage 34769
- High performance, Flexible configuration, Diskless option, supports SSD and SATA drives
- Built in Iomega Cloud Technology
- Data Replication, Device to Device Copy Jobs
- Security Camera built in support for capture and Store video
- Backup Functions for all computers on network, Time Machine support, Personal Cloud Backup and recovery
- Social Media sharing, integrated Facebook, Flicker and YouTube sharing
- Torrent Download Manager
- Bluetooth upload
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From the Manufacturer
Business Class Network Storage. Enhanced Data Protection. Remote Content Sharing. What More Could You Want?
The Iomega® StorCenter™ px6-300d Network Storage is a true business class desktop device, ideal for small-to medium-sized businesses and distributed enterprise locations like branch and remote offices for content sharing and data protection. Powered by EMC® storage technology expandable up to 18TB of storage capacity, including a diskless option, StorCenter px6-300d devices are easy to setup and manage, and affordable to own. The StorCenter px6-300d provides robust cross-platform file sharing and advanced port connection options.
Connect Your Remote Business Agents
The Iomega Personal Cloud technology offers unparalleled simplicity and versatility for data protection and access. Business class features include high performance with Intel Atom Processor, robust data protection, such as multiple RAID levels with hot swap drives, UPS support, print serving, user quotas, device-to-device data replication and certification for most virtualization environments. Includes support for PC, Mac® and Linux® clients. The easy-to-use interface provides no-hassle management.
Secure Your Site; Secure Your Data
The StorCenter px6-300d also embeds the AXIS® Video Hosting System solution and can support up to 10 AXIS IP security cameras for video surveillance solutions. To round out the comprehensive business features, Active Directory support, remote access and RSA® BSAFE® encryption for protected installs and upgrades are included.
Powerful Media Server with Anywhere Access
- High Performance — Solid state drives, Dual core Intel Atom processor, 2GB memory, dual GbE NICs (optional)
- Flexible Configurations — Diskless configuration, bring your own drives, storage pools with RAID expansion and migration and hot spares. Advanced RAID levels including Hot Spare and RAID 6
- Server-class Pedigree — Certified for VMware® vSphere 4.0, Citrix® XenServer™, Windows Server 2003, Windows Server 2008, and Windows Server 2008 R2. EMC® E-Lab tested
- Business-class Features — Windows Active Directory Trusted Domains, MSCS and Hyper-V Live Migration support
- Built-in Iomega Personal Cloud Technology — Protect and share your data from anywhere
Extensive Content Sharing through Personal Cloud Technology
Iomega Personal Cloud is a patent-pending, web-based computing architecture that connects your Iomega network storage devices to other individuals and/or devices via the Internet. Unlike public and private cloud applications, Iomega's Personal Cloud technology is completely self-owned — so the content and accessibility is always under your control. Best of all, there are never any usage fees or subscription charges, therefore delivering the best value for cloud access and protection.
Powerful Backup Functionality
- Backup all the computers on your network simply by downloading and installing the available client backup software. Also compatible with today's most common backup software applications.
- Time Machine® Support: Allows Apple® users to easily backup any Mac computers running OS X (10.5 or later) using Time Machine.
- Personal Cloud Backup: Synchronize data between personal cloud member systems and the px6-300d.
- Public Cloud Backup: Use one of the integrated 3rd party cloud-based storage services such as Amazon S3 or MozyConnect™ to replicate data from your px6-300d to your public cloud account.
- Cloud Disaster Recovery: Utilize two px6-300d devices in different locations and the Iomega Personal Cloud function to create your own disaster recovery scheme.
Total Data Protection:
- Native security support with robust username and password authorized access. Create additional users and secure their content with password protection
- User Quotas: Easily manage capacity by setting maximum limits per user
- RSA® BSAFE® technology protects installs and upgrades
- Data Protection Software: Iomega's QuikProtect™ backup software is available for download
- Available 10/100/1000 Mbps network Ethernet port (required)
- Internet Explorer 7, Firefox® 3.x, Safari 3 or later browser
- CD or DVD drive to install software.
- Personal cloud and remote access specific requirements:
- Internet connection
- Universal Plug and Play (UPnP™) compatible router, or administrative rights to port forward
- Recommended minimum sustained connection speeds for a good Personal Cloud experience:
- Download: 2.5 Mbit/s
- Upload: 500Kbit/s
- PC Users: Microsoft® Windows® XP or newer
- Mac® Users: Mac OS X 10.4 or newer
- Linux® Users: Redhat Enterprise 4-6, Ubuntu 7.10 - 10.10, OpenSUSE 10.3 - 11.3
- Iomega StorCenter px6-300d Network Storage device
- Ethernet cable
- Power supply
- Printed Quick Start Guide
- Solutions CD with Iomega Storage Manager software and user help documentation
- 3-year limited warranty with registration
Top Customer Reviews
Initially, the device was easy to setup and average throughput for a single sustained transfer was 75MB/s over Gigabit LAN. Unfortunately, total throughput dropped to ~30MB/s with more than one network connected (i.e. two laptops).
I tried configuring NIC bonding using load balancing, but performance actually decreased. Not willing to give up, I purchased a Cisco switch (SLM2008T) capable of Link Aggregation (LAG) and proceeded to configure the switch and StorCenter for LAG. After the StorCenter reset, it would no longer pick up an IP address from the DHCP server on the network. Thinking I might have a bad network cable, I unplugged one of the cables and, immediately, the StorCenter picked up an IP address. I decided to back out the advanced configuration settings and start over, but suddenly, both NICs on the StorCenter now had the same MAC address, even though they were no longer bonded.
I logged a support ticket online and received a response 3 days later recommending a Factory Reset. After taking a data backup (the StorCenter still worked using a single NIC at this point), I performed the Factory Reset, only to discover that the device then failed to pick up an IP address under any circumstance. At this point, I phoned Iomega Support, but the analyst was stumped and had no suggestions. The incident was then escalated to a senior analyst, but I received no updates for 4 days. Finally, I was contacted to arrange a replacement device to be shipped. I received the tracking number 5 days later, but the package still hasn't been shipped.Read more ›
I was able to snatch a px4-300d for $199 shipped on another site (B&H), couldn't pass the offer.
I'm using non certified hard drives just fine on it. I have 4*640GB WD Black from 3 years ago and they are still under warranty and zero bad sectors, yeah!
Nonetheless, to be fair, I got my share of doubts with this unit...
First, I followed another reviewer advise and put only one drive in it then booted the NAS and upgraded the firmware to 18.104.22.16860. So far, everything is fine, the update went well and the unit didn't brick.
I then shut down the NAS, put the remaining 3 drives in it and started the PX4-300D again. Got an error and the NAS shut down by itself. After a couple more tries, I unplugged the drives 2, 3, 4 and started the NAS again. This time it came back online. I hot plugged 2,3 and 4 and then got a message that I needed to confirm erase the drives. Fine, why don't you do it automatically then? So, I went to a web browser, connected to the NAS and clicked on yes. The unit started to initialize the drives and I was able to create a pool of 4 drives in RAID5 configuration. I let it run overnight and in the morning it was done. So far, so good.
I wanted to run some benchmark and here is what I got for a 1.7TB file (yes you read well, it is TB!). Write to the NAS was 65.5MB/s with a max of 71.8MB/s, Read from the NAS was 45.3MB/s with a max of 56.5MB/s using Bart's Stuff Test v5.14. ATTo would give you above 100MB R/W... not bad on a Gigabit switch with no Jumbo Frames but write cache enable on the disks!Read more ›
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