BT Business Direct - D-Link ShareCenter 2-Bay Cloud Network Storage Enclosure (DNS-320L) £49.88 at BT
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BT Business Direct - D-Link ShareCenter 2-Bay Cloud Network Storage Enclosure (DNS-320L) £49.88 at BT

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Found 5th Feb 2016
D-Link ShareCenter 2-Bay Cloud Network Storage Enclosure

mydlink™ Cloud Services- access and share your content from wherever you are2-bay Network Attached Storage for 3.5" SATA drivesmydlink™ access app for accessing stored content, 24/7 from any locationGigabit connectivity for fast access to your dataShareCenter Synch™ Backup software included freeRAID 1 technology to automatically mirror the contents of one hard drive to anotherUser/group quotas for security and confidentialityUPnP Media Server to stream media content to compatible media players

The SharecenterTM 2-Bay Cloud Network Storage Enclosure (DNS-320L) is a Network Attached Storage (NAS) device with mydlink™ Cloud Services, backup and media features that make it ideal for storing and sharing photos, music, movies and work files on a home or business network.

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£44.98 Dabs - £44.99 Ebuyer .....umm confusingly £44.98 BT shop... from Google search

shop.bt.com/pro…GWA
Edited by: "TheMev" 5th Feb 2016

Not a bargain just normal selling price so voting cold.

Hurry, Limited Stock!
No wonder they're selling out fast. They have that fancy new USB2.0 interface
Edited by: "quidstretchy" 5th Feb 2016

Original Poster

anything better out now?

Overpriced, I got this through Flubbit for £35 just before Christmas.

Look like amazon and ebuyer have knocked a quid off the price. This isn't a deal it is about normal price and the box isn't very good. £65 I recently paid for for a zyxel nsa-325 v2 was well worth the extra.

Solly92

Look like amazon and ebuyer have knocked a quid off the price. This isn't … Look like amazon and ebuyer have knocked a quid off the price. This isn't a deal it is about normal price and the box isn't very good. £65 I recently paid for for a zyxel nsa-325 v2 was well worth the extra.



I disagree about it not being good - I put two 4TB disks in mine, it formatted and set the RAID up in about 10 minutes, and I installed MiniDLNA server app on it and now have network accessible storage over Gigabit LAN with streaming capabilities, and I don't need to go near the App or the Web Interface - it just works. It's quiet, cool and fast.

BungalowBill

I disagree about it not being good - I put two 4TB disks in mine, it … I disagree about it not being good - I put two 4TB disks in mine, it formatted and set the RAID up in about 10 minutes, and I installed MiniDLNA server app on it and now have network accessible storage over Gigabit LAN with streaming capabilities, and I don't need to go near the App or the Web Interface - it just works. It's quiet, cool and fast.


Google Drive has never worked.
The support mechanism is to phone them - no direct support through the DLink forum which states it's for USA owners although luckily this is ignored.
The individual who creates additional addons has no financial support or any other support from DLink yet without him the DLink NAS is nothing more than a LAN storage device that might play some media files.
Had one for 18months.
Would I recommend? Hell no
And let's not forget if you own an IP cam to use their MySurveillance tool it must be a DLink camera (overpriced).
As to the price - it's normal
Oh I nearly forgot! I was informed in one discussion that the 320L is possibly coming to EOL (End Of Life) meaning firmware updates might not be released.

Caveat emptor
Edited by: "philphil61" 14th Feb 2016
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