ShareCenter™ Network Storage with 4 Drive Bays, 2 10/100/1000 Gigabit Ethernet Ports and 1 USB 2.0 PortEOL EOS
Secure Digital File Sharing
The DNS-345 ShareCenter™ is a 4-bay network storage device that enables you to share documents, digital media, and files over the network. The device is ideal for server deployment in an office setting as it allows businesses to flexibly expand storage capacity through addition of up to four internal SATA drives. Users can access files remotely through the built-in FTP server*, allowing company employees to access work files via the Internet while away from the office. Owner-defined rights given to specific users and groups provide customizable access to stored data and folders whether files are accessed locally or over the Internet.
Stream Digital Media Content with Built-in Media Server
You can easily stream your stored digital media files from the ShareCenter™ using various methods. Using the built-in UPnP AV media server, you can stream your digital media to compatible media players such as the Sony PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, or any D-Link MediaLounge product. In addition, you can use the integrated iTunes server to stream and playback media files through iTunes.
Do More with Powerful Add-ons
Extend the functionality of your NAS by installing a wide variety of versatile add-on applications. With P2P applications, users have the ability to access a limitless collection of free content over the Internet. Users can use the SqueezeCenter and Audio Streamer applications to stream music collections from the NAS over the Internet. The Gallery and Blog add-ons let users showcase photos and blog posts through the Internet, and AjaXplorer gives users a user-friendly graphical interface to access files remotely over the Internet. More add-ons will become available in the near future.
Protection, Performance and Reliability
The ShareCenter™ supports seven different hard drive mode configurations to fit your needs: Standard, JBOD, and RAID 0/1/5/5+Hot Spare/10. Standard mode creates four separately accessible hard drives, while JBOD combines the drives together for maximum space efficiency. RAID 0/10 give you maximum performance, while RAID 1/5/5+Hot Spare give you multiple ways to protect against data loss.