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Technical Details

Product Description: LG N2A2DD2 - NAS server
Device Type: NAS server
Host Connectivity: Gigabit Ethernet
Total Storage Capacity: 2 TB
Installed Devices / Modules Qty: 2 (installed) / 2 (max)
Dimensions (WxDxH): 11.5 cm x 23 cm x 15.9 cm
Weight: 5.2 kg
Storage Controller: RAID - Serial ATA-300 - RAID 0, 1, 10, JBOD
Hard Drive: 2 x 1 TB standard Serial ATA-300
Networking: Network adapter - Ethernet, Fast Ethernet, Gigabit Ethernet
System Requirements: Microsoft Windows 2000, Microsoft Windows XP, Apple MacOS X 10.x, , Microsoft Windows Vista,
Manufacturer Warranty: 2 years warranty
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#1
I have a receipt, but i don't know how to put it up on here... any help?

Edited By: ImyDaSaint on Jun 16, 2012 13:16
[mod]#2
ImyDaSaint
I have a receipt, but i don't know how to put it up on here... any help?

If you take a photo of it you can upload it via a site like Photobucket and then once you have done that it will give you an forum image link. :)
[Moderator]#3
There's some helpful info here on posting pics :)
How to upload & post pics

Edited By: bigflump on Jun 16, 2012 13:23
#4
great deal.
#5
What store?
#6
Not the best NAS in the world but with 2Tb of disk at that price a great bargain...
#7
Called up CS apparently non left whatsoever in the country.
#8
I left another one on the shelf at Northolt...
1 Like #9
ImyDaSaint
I left another one on the shelf at Northolt...

Those B*******s lied to me :p
#10
Destructabomb
ImyDaSaint
I left another one on the shelf at Northolt...

Those B*******s lied to me :p

I recall talking to one of the DSG guys before on this.
if they have under X in stock,the system seems patchy on stock reporting.
#11
YES, if 1 or less it shows as 0 even tho the store has stock, best just to check your local store
4 Likes #12
ImyDaSaint
I have a receipt, but i don't know how to put it up on here... any help?

You bought a NAS (not a blade server I know but) and you don't know how to upload a photo onto here?!?
1 Like #13
I like the assistants name & number on that receipt.
Hiren (Boot Cd) 15. :D
(Also the current version number, if I'm not mistaken)

Edited By: anglo on Jun 17, 2012 08:12
#14
Another instore **.97 deals getting hot. *facepalm*
1 Like #15
We have the N1A1 version of this (1TB) which we boughe around a year ago. Some things I have found:
- Make sure you have the up to date firmware for it before you transfer any files, and the same for the software. If you have to update after you have transferred files -on to it then they all get wiped (as I found out to my cost!)
- When trying to use the remote access it doesn't like BT Homehub routers. I was 3 days on the LG helpline getting it sorted with their German? operators having to open up ports and keep trying different settings.
- It shuts down every once in a while (ranges between a couple of days and a couple of weeks) and has to be turned on again. This is a complete pain when you are away from home trying to access it remotely.
- After many calls to the helpline I am still unable to use the Android and iPhone remote access and home access apps. Again, this seems to be because of having the BT Homehub router. A friend has the same one with Virgin Media and it was an absolute doddle to set up for my Android and his iPhone.
- Print server works well
- DLNA works well

Overall, a good piece of kit, but there are issues with compatibility with BT Homehub; but there are Virgin Media routers available on the quick install settings.
1 Like #16
anglo
I like the assistants name & number on that receipt.
Hiren (Boot Cd) 15. :D
(Also the current version number, if I'm not mistaken)

I noticed that and had a wry smile to myself.
#17
Thanks Chouman for the comprehensive report - as I have BT router glad I read it first before tracking one down.
#18
Many thanks to the OP for posting this deal, I've just bought the last one at the Northolt store. Enjoying the English of the quick start guide "booting is completed with a cheerful alarm sound after approximately 40 seconds-1 minute". If you are gonna have an alarm, cheerful is definitely the sort to use :) "-siren-, your NAS is on fire but the sun is shining!" Probably not.
#19
Brilliant piece of kit - I've had one ~2 years now it's never given me a bit of trouble - highly recommended.
#20
i have a little one shot pic chip that i programmed and wired to the soft on wire of the on switch, if my NAS powers off, it powers back on 10secs after the electricity is restored. i have done the same thing with a lot of equipment that use these stupid soft switches.
#21
ImyDaSaint
No worries, however, the firmware of the one i picked up seems to be the oldest.

I'm upgrading from the bottom of this page up - not a quick process :(

Firmware Page

Why don't you just flash the latest firmware?
No need to install every single one, just flash the lastest!
#22
Tried that, but it wasn't possible. It needs to be done in increments.
#23
kafability
Another instore **.97 deals getting hot. *facepalm*

Hurr durr I can't get deal this is a cold deal hurr durr.

Grow up.
#24
picked one up yesterday last one instore had old firmware, upgraded to new which was a nightmare to install but all upto date now.
but having trouble with port forward set up with d-link router.

nick

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