• Problem reaching FTP server from Internet (but not from computers on the LAN)

    I have set up a FTP server. It is set up on a NAS drive (dlink dns-323), sitting on 192.168.1.103. It works whenever I try to connect to it from computers on my local network. But whenever I try to connect to it from the internet (by trying to connect to the external ip (from within my network or...

    Plovski5 pointsBadges:
  • Setup VPN from work to Home

    Hello Everyone, My VP of the company wants to setup a VPN. He wants to be able to take Iomega 150d NAS drive home it has it own ip address and be able to do the backups at home off site to the Iomega 150d, but the server is at work. We have 2 netgear pro safe 24 port switches/ 1 netgear pro safe...

    Mdallen705 pointsBadges:
  • File permissions on NAS shared folders

    Good day to all! I would like some information on best practices for a NAS file server specifically regarding file permissions. Currently, anyone who has access to a folder at my company can delete any item in that folder, regardless of who created the item. I personally feel this is incorrect but...

    Jbcaudle0 pointsBadges:
  • DAS vs. NAS

    Which technology has more advantages: direct-attached storage (DAS) or network-attached storage (NAS)?

    SearchStorageATE215 pointsBadges:
  • can not explore NAS server after reinstalling windows 7

    Hi. I have a problem after reinstalling PC with Windows 7 Ultimate, I can't explore NAS server (Buffalo). But ping in DOS command still works. It happened to 3 PCs. If you have any suggestion would be helpfull for me. Thanks.

    Azhyev115 pointsBadges:
  • Converting data on LTO tapes

    Can we convert the data on old LTO2 tapes to LTO3 or to save the data to a NAS.

    TeachMeIT975 pointsBadges:
  • Wireless connection should be fast but it is very slow

    I am using a Samsung N210 with 2GB of memory in it and Windows 7 Starter.  When I use the wireless connection the "Connection Status" shows as 72Mbps, which is to be expected considering I am only a few feet from the router.  However, the speed is nothing like that in reality.  I tested the...

    Nowthenit40 pointsBadges:
  • storage

    Hi , I am mahesh.j a fresher , i would like build my carrier on storage .where i am familer to storage hardware now i would like expertise on it.My question is that how to be expertise on it, so i would request u all help me on it by ur guidlines. what are platform of operating system,application...

    Sjmahesh0 pointsBadges:
  • Accessing a Server on a different subnet

    I have a t1 line that goes into a switch, off the switch there are two routers one operating on the subnet 192.168.1.1 and the other on 192.168.0.1. Both routers have individual static ip addresses. I have a ReadyNAS storage device on 192.168.1.100. I want to be able to access the server from both...

    Admccurdy5 pointsBadges:
  • Making a virtual NAS out of a server

    I have a I couple of rackmount servers that have Raid f drives set up and running ESXi 4.1  I am trying not to purchase a NAS as this is a pretty small scale project.  Anyone have experience using a software solution to make the DAS drives in the servers look like a NAS that both server can...

    Bet5 pointsBadges:
  • Internal DAS vs. integrated NAS

    What is the difference between internal DAS and Integrated Nas

    SearchStorageATE215 pointsBadges:
  • NAS device on my network

    If I have a NAS device connected to my network can everyone access it? Is there security?

    Troubleshooter24755 pointsBadges:
  • MyXerver 1TB Nas Drive

    Hi there   i have a question about my Nas drive. i have had this drive over 2yrs and have stored all my music and films on it, my question is, the software or operating system thats on it is sooo slow!   now when i take the hard drive out of the nas and put it in my PC, it shows 2 partitions, 1st...

    Philcrox160 pointsBadges:
  • Seagate Black Armor NAS 220 failed to be access/reconnect on Network map.

    Where is the problem when DATADrive  (Seagate Armor NAS 220) failed to be accessd on Network by all users?Have ping Router 192.168.1.1 which responded back good,internet works o.k but failed to reconnet to that mster Drive...The armor master Drive with address 192.169.1.2 failed ro reply ping...

    Rakei3,260 pointsBadges:
  • How do I set up a NAS network drive and how is it accessed? What about security?

    How can I set up a NAS device on my network? Will the users access files directly on it? Do we need to set security here or will the device be an extension of one of my Windows servers using it’s security? What is common practice?

    Karl Gechlik9,860 pointsBadges:
  • Writng a batch file to automate a task

    Hi All, I am only new to scripting and do not pretend to know a lot about it, with that said can anyone help me write a script/batch file to do the following. I create backups of client machines while they are repaired, these backups are then put on our NAS but after a period of 2 months from date...

    shanekearney810 pointsBadges:
  • What’s your take on tape storage?

    For a while now, everyone has been talking about how Tapedrive has been finally nixed by digital storage like NAS and SAN, but tape is still being used by enterprises, whether due to compliance or cost issues. Are you using tape as your storage/backup solution or a mixture of different media? Do...

    MelanieYarbrough6,345 pointsBadges:
  • CDP over VPN

    I would be grateful for any  pointers as to a CDP or file Synchronization (with schedule) solution that works well over an IPSEC VPN over a WAN. Any help would be appreciated JB

    Stormjammer5 pointsBadges:
  • Suggestions for home storage solution

    I work at home, and I often have files upwards of 4GB. Would a normal NAS FAT32 be adequate or do I need a NTFS because of file size? How is data recovery with NTFS if something happens to the NAS? Would I need to buy a GLAN? Any advice, including brands, is welcome.

    ITKE352,580 pointsBadges:
  • How do you keep user home directories (on NAS) from consuming all available storage space.

    If your user home directories are on the network storage, do you have policies in places to keep them from consuming all available space, for instance - deleting files older than 1 year - designated special folder for files to keep, all other are deleted after certain period - quote for every...

    ITKE352,580 pointsBadges:

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