|Hard Drive||8 TB Desktop|
|Number of USB 3.0 Ports||2|
WD 8TB My Cloud Mirror Personal Network Attached Storage - NAS - WDBWVZ0080JWT-NESN
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- 2-Bay, 8TB Personal Cloud Storage includes 2 x 4TB HDD, Compatible with Windows® 10, Windows 8, Windows 7, Mac OS® X El Capitan, Yosemite, Mavericks or Mountain Lion operating systems.
- Centralized, whole-home storage and anywhere access with smartphones and tablets
- Automatically creates a duplicate copy of all your content onto the second drive
- Automatic backup for all your computers, and photos and videos on your mobile devices
- Sync content across all your computers for up-to-date access anytime, anywhere
- Create one place for you, friends and family to collect and share memorable photos and videos
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Compatible with PC and Mac computers
Works great with all the PC and Mac computers in your home, right out of the box.
Save, sync and share all your stuff on your very own cloud
My Cloud Mirror is a private, 2-bay personal storage device that plugs directly into your home network. It can automatically back up all your computers and duplicates all your stuff onto the second drive so it’s extra safe. And just like My Cloud, you keep it at home but can access it from anywhere you have an Internet connection.
- Automatically creates a second copy of all your content
- Centralized, whole-home storage
- Mobile and remote web access
- Photo and video backup for smartphones and tablets
Store it all in one place with twice the protection
All your photos, videos and files are centralized on one drive and automatically duplicated onto the second drive for twice the data protection.
Access it from anywhere
If you have an Internet connection, your photos, videos and files are just a click away. Sign in to MyCloud website or use the My Cloud app on your phone or tablet to connect directly to your personal cloud.
Sync your favorite content
WD Sync automatically synchronizes content across all your computers and your My Cloud Mirror unit, so your important files are always up to date and accessible from all your devices.
Backup for all your computers
Automatically back up all the PC and Mac computers in your home to your My Cloud Mirror device.
Photo and video backup for smartphones and tablets
Automatically back up all the photos and videos captured so you can easily free up space and never miss a shot.
Collect and share photos in one simple place
Create one simple place for you, friends and family to collect and share memorable photos so nobody misses a thing.
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|Hardware Connectivity||Ethernet||Ethernet||USB, USB 3.0||USB 3.0||eSATA, USB 3.0||Ethernet|
|Item Dimensions||6.1 x 3.9 x 6.75 in||6.1 x 3.9 x 6.75 in||6.3 x 4.02 x 7.05 in||8.88 x 6.5 x 3.94 in||9.14 x 4.25 x 6.5 in||5.04 x 10 x 8.82 in|
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My Cloud Mirror 2-bay personal cloud storage keeps all your photos, videos and files twice as safe, at home and completely under your control, and lets you access them anytime from computers, tablets and smartphones.
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1. Changes IP address
2. Loses connection / goes to sleep
3. To Slow
Knowing, I hoped :-), what I was getting into. I purchased the NAS. First let me say the NAS is dead quiet and this is good because it sits 2 feet away from me!
When I read the IP address was changing I figured it was a DHCP issue. It would make sense to assign a static IP to the NAS, however Western Digital chose not to do that so... During the initial setup the first screen tells you what the assigned IP is - WRITE IT DOWN - after you get through the setup and before you try and access the NAS you are going to need a few pieces of info.
1. The IP address for the NAS (for me it was (192.168.1.60)
2. Subnet info 255.255.255.0
3. Gateway info 192.168.1.1
4. DNS info (whatever your ISP DNS numbers are)
Now log into the NAS and look at the upper right of the screen, it should say "settings" with a gear symbol, click it. Now look for the tab that says "Network" and click on it. Change from DHCP to STATIC and fill in the blanks with the info you collected earlier and you're done, now the NAS won't lose its IP address.
(IMPORTANT) ****The new NAS IP**** be sure to choose an IP address that is above or below your pool of DHCP IP addresses to avoid conflicts****
Loses connection is what I think might be the NAS going into sleep mode...Sleep mode seemed counterintuitive to me for a NAS. So to eliminate this I again went into settings and under the "General" tab I found energy saver and turned off "drive sleep" Checking my electric meter, it hasn't exploded from the massive power draw (seriously kidding) this thing must have to place it in "energy saver" mode so I guess I am ok...
To slow was a wild card for me and it could have been a bunch of things, my bet was the antivirus software and for me I was spot on. Moving 20 gig's, wirelessly, took 2 hours with the antivirus on...turned it off and it cut that time in half.
I hope this is of some help to someone out there!.
Overall I really like the NAS which is why I gave it 4 stars, it would have been 5 but for some poor choices on the manufactures end with default settings, IMO
It has performed without issue so far and I will update this thread if there are any changes.
When I received my drive, the first thing I did was unpack it and read through the documentation. Following the instructions, I set it up, install the needed software, then create the files I needed it to house. I then mapped several drives to My Cloud. Which then makes it super simple to access anything from my main computer.
When you access My Cloud Drive Properties, you can change the needed settings.
Key to this is utilizing the dashboard, then going through each setting. (I have included a few pictures of the dashboard for your viewing pleasure.)
I have mine set to a static IP, power saving off, Auto Updating and so on. One of the bonuses to this drive is you can add an additional USB drive to the back of the unit, in order to create a safe point. This will help you recover data should your drive fail. It takes an image of the drive that can be used to restore your information to your drive. Remember however that recovery is only as good as the last safe point you have created.
If you are worried about what people will see if you give them access to your Cloud, then you have no worries. You can set each folders access list. Like any large network out there you are in control of who can view which files you wish. This is especially nice when your collaborating with someone on a project.
So if your looking for a reliable personal cloud, and you are able to read instructions, you should be able to set this up with little to no effort.