My old NAS has retired a month ago. D-Link DNS-323, a very classic device, came to my house in Nov. 2009. It worked for me more than seven years. The very beginning idea to get a NAS at home: 1) Storage for digital photos, DV 2) Backup space for my desktop 3) Power consumption 4)
I have a DNS-323 and one 1.5TB plus one 2TB harddisk. Later I installed fun_plug with Transmission BT client in 2013. Today, I found the best guide at bernaerts blog. Currently, FFP 0.7 is the latest one. To make a workable FFP and Transmission and also I do compile smartmontools, just follow the steps below:
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I have DNS-323 in 2009. It is good NAS, which is running on 24/7 basis. DNS-323 has it official BT client, or addon. But I would like to have a more powerful BT client. First of all, FFP is requried. FFP stands for fonz fun_plug. I installed ffp 0.7 on it, per instruction here. DNS-323
It is time to update my DNS-323. D-Link just release the new firmware 1.10. Here is the release notes I re-formated. Because the format of release notes in the download package is so bad. 1. Replace upnp av server with Rovi media server. 2. Bugfix : BT causing web crashed issue. 3. AutoIP bugFix :
I did two upgrades on my toys. One is ASUS O!Play 1.29N. Upgrade is just download new firmware, decompress it and put it into USB disk. Plug it in the OPlay and navigate to the setup, firmware, upgrade. One minute, Done. The other one is D-link DNS323 v1.09. It is more simple. Download firmware form
Just upgrade my DNS-323 firmware from 1.07 to 1.08. DNS-323 Firmware Release Notes =========================================== Firmware: 1.08 Date: 02/17/2010 1. Now supports 2TB Disks. 2. Add Scandisk support. 3. Add Support for EXT3. 4. Supports D-Link? DNS-323 Yahoo! Widget. Check out your BT downloads right from your desktop! 5. New applications can be modulized and be
I bought a NAS, Network-attached Storage. Actually I bought two items. One is the NAS enclosure, or Dlink DNS-323, 2-Bay Network Storage Enclosure. It is a very old product. Start to sell about two years ago. The other one is a Hard disk. Western Digital WD15EADS Caviar Green 1.5TB. It is a SATA 32MB Cache