ShareCenter network drive with 4 drive bays, 2-port 10/100/1000 Gigabit Ethernet + 1-port USB 2.0
Protecting access to shared files
The use of network drives DNS-345 ShareCenter ™ with four drive bays lets you share documents, files, and media content on the network. The device is an ideal solution for installing the server in the office, as it provides the flexibility to expand the capacity of the storage device by adding up to four internal drives SATA. Thanks to the built-in FTP-server, two possible remote file access, which allows company employees to access work files over the Internet from outside the office. Files and folders stored on the hard drives may have different access rights on a local network or over the Internet for different users and groups.
Built-in media server for streaming media content
Sharecenter ™ provides transmission of streaming media files, using different methods. With the built-in Media Server UPnP AV can stream digital media content to compatible media players such as the Sony PlayStation 3, Xbox 360 or any product D-Link MediaLounge. In addition, you can use the integrated iTunes-server for streaming and playback of media files through iTunes.
The increase in the use of functional software modules
With a variety of different software modules can extend the functionality of NAS. Using P2P application users are able to gain access to unlimited collection of free content on the Internet. To stream music collections from the NAS over the Internet, you can use the application SqueezeCenter and Audio Streamer. Gallery and Blog modules allow to show their photos or blogs on the Internet, and AjaXplorer provides user friendly graphical interface for remote access to files over the Internet. In the future, will be available to new software modules.
Protection performance and reliability
Sharecenter ™ supports seven different hard drive configurations: Standard, JBOD, and RAID 0/1/5/5 + Hot Spare/10. In Standard mode creates four separate hard disks, while JBOD combines the drives together for maximum use of space. RAID 0/10 for maximum performance, while the modes of RAID 1/5/5 + Hot Spare provide a variety of ways to protect your data from loss.