- The D-Link Surveillance Add on Package provides:
- Embedded NVR (network video recorder)
- Supports real-time monitoring, recording and playback of surveillance video using select D-Link Network Cameras
- Supports up to 4 D-Link network cameras
- Supports DCS-930,DCS-930L,DCS-932,DCS-932L,DCS-1100,DCS-1100L,DCS-1130,DCS-1130L,DCS-5222L,DCS-5211L,DCS-5230,DCS-5230L,DCS-942L, DCS-2103,DCS-2210,DCS-2230 (using package v.2.00)
- Step 1: Download the Surveillance center app from www.dlink.com
Step 2: Log into your / DNS-345
- Step 3: Click on the
Step 4: Browse to the Surveillance Center Package and clickly
Step 5: The Surveillance center app should now be visible, click on the Play button to Start the app.
Step 6: Click on the Applications tab
Step 7: Click on the Surveillance Center App icon and click Launch Interface
Note: Depending on your cameras configuration, the cameras may automatically be added to the Surveillance Center.
Step 8: Click Setup on the left side and click Camera Setup
Step 9: Click Run Wizard
The Camera Setup Wizard Appears
Click NextSelect your camera(s) and click nextEnter the settings for your camera(s)
- Video Format
Click Test camera to confirm settings are correct. You should be able to see a camera still.Setup desired recording schedule (optional)
Setup Quota for each camera (optional)Click Finish
lications tab and then click Add-On Management
NOTE: You need to be running firmware version 1.03 or later
Step 1: Log into the setup page of the D-Link
Step 2: Click on the Home tab and click onCloud
Step 3: It will start to download the app and install it
Step 4: Click on thelication tab and then on Cloud
Step 5: Here you will need to create your account for the mydlink Cloud. Fill in the information and click on Create.
NOTE: To access this on your Iphone/Android device you will need to download the mydlink Cloud app from the respective app store.
It’s particularly easy to fit drives to the D-Link. All you have to do is slide up the sleek metal face-plate and push your hard disks into place. The system is entirely screwless, but feels secure nonetheless. There are fewer I/O ports on the D-Link than you’ll find on many of its similarly priced rivals, but the USB port on the back and the user-configurable USB Copy/Unmount button will prove sufficient for many users. You can use it to either attach extra storage or share a USB printer across your network. The power switch is activated by pushing on the fascia of the itself, and the absence of a visible switch makes the device look even sleeker.
The supplied installation disc leads you through the process of installing your drives, setting up an admin password and giving thean address on your network. It also prompts you to set up a DDNS account using D-Link’s free DLinkDDNS.com service, which makes it easier to access your NAS remotely from outside your local network if your ISP only gives you a dynamic IP address. An optional step lets you configure the NAS to send alert and notification emails to a designated address. Finally, you’re prompted to format and configure the drives and map the location of the NAS’s share to a drive letter for your PC to access. Finally, the application offers to set up a range of add-on packages for the NAS, including an audio streamer, photo centre and Squeeze Centre media streamer.
Its web interface lacks the polish of rivals such as Synology or QNap, having big chunky icons, dated styling and small text, but everything’s easy to find. There are three main sections, but one of those is a customisable Favourites tab that starts life empty. The Management button is the most immediately useful section of the interface, providing you with access to disk and volume management tools so that you can reformat the NAS’s hard disks and change yoursettings. You can also re-run the NAS setup wizard, use the Account Management settings to create users and assign permissions, and configure local network and Dynamic DNS settings.
There’s also an Application Management screen and a separate tab for installed applications. These include services such asand UPnP media streaming, an integrated BitTorrent client, a basic web-accessible file server interface, an FTP server, and a management interface for backups to and from the device, including Apple Time Machine. The NAS also comes with Farstone’s Total Recovery Pro backup suite for Windows.
Below is a list of ShareCenter has been successfully tested with.hard drives that the D-Link /323/325 Series
You are NOT required to use these drives for successful operation. Most otherdrives will also be compatible.
Disclaimer: Drives that have been tested and approved by D-Link will be flagged with an asterisk (*). Drive models that do NOT have an asterisk (*) by them are currently being used by end users but have not been internally tested or verified by D-Link.
Hitachi Deskstar 7K160 HDS721680PLA380 SATA 3G HDD 80GB*
Hitachi Deskstar 7K250 HDS722512VLSA80 SATA 1.5G HDD 120G*
Hitachi Deskstar 7K500 HDS725050KLA360 SATA 3G HDD 500G*
Hitachi Deskstar 7K80 HDS728080PLA380 SATA 3G HDD 82.3G*
Hitachi Deskstar P7K500 HDP725050GLA360 SATA 3G HDD 500GB*
Hitachi Deskstar T7K250 HDT722525DLA380 SATA 3G HDD 250G*
Hitachi Deskstar T7K500 HDT725025VLA380 SATA 3G HDD 250G*
Hitachi Deskstar T7K500 HDT725050VLA360 SATA 3G HDD 500G*
Hitachi Deskstar T7K500 HDT725032VLA360 SATA 3G HDD 320G*
Hitachi Deskstar7K1000 HDS721010KLA330 SATA 3G HDD 1TB*
Hitachi Deskstar7K1000.B HDT721010SLA360 SATA3G HDD 1TB*
Maxtor DiamondMax 10 6V080E03 SATA 3G HDD 80G*
Maxtor DiamondMax 20 STM3160811AS SATA 3G HDD 160G*
Maxtor DiamondMax 21 STM3250310AS SATA3G HDD 250GB*
Maxtor DiamondMax 22 STM3500320AS SATA3G HDD 500GB*
Samsung Spinpoint F1 HD753LJ SATA 3G HDD 750G*
Samsung SpinPoint P SP1213C SATA 1.5G HDD 120G*
Samsung SpinPoint S250 HD250HJ SATA 3G HDD 250G*
Seagate Barracuda 7200.10 ST3250620AS SATA 3G HDD 250G*
Seagate Barracuda 7200.10 ST3750640AS SATA 3G HDD 750G*
Seagate Barracuda 7200.10 ST3500630AS SATA 3G HDD 500G*
Seagate Barracuda 7200.10 ST3320620AS SATA 3G HDD 320G*
Seagate Barracuda 7200.7 ST3160827AS SATA 1.5G HDD 160G*
Seagate Barracuda 7200.8 ST3400832AS SATA 1.5G HDD 400G*
Seagate Barracuda 7200.8 ST3200826AS SATA 1.5G HDD 200G*
Seagate Barracuda 7200.9 ST380810AS SATA 3G HDD 80G*
Seagate Barracuda 7200.9 ST3160812AS SATA 3G HDD 160G*
Seagate DB35.3 Series ST3250820SCE SATA 3G HDD 250G*
Seagate SV35.2 ST3500630SV SATA 3G HDD 500G*
Seagate Barracuda 7200.10 ST3160815AS SATA 3G HDD 160G*
Seagate Barracuda 7200.10 ST3250410AS SATA 3G HDD 250GB*
Seagate Barracuda 7200.11 ST3750330AS SATA 3G HDD 750G*
Seagate Barracuda ES ST3750640NS SATA3G HDD 750GB*
Seagate Barracuda ES.2 ST31000340NS SATA3G HDD 1TB*
Seagate Barracuda 7200.11 ST31500341AS SATA3G HDD 1.5TB*
Western Digital WD Caviar GP WD5000AACS SATA 3G HDD 500G*
Western Digital WD Caviar SE WD800JD SATA 3G HDD 80G*
Western Digital WD Caviar SE WD2000JS SATA 3G HDD 200G*
Western Digital WD Caviar SE WD2500JS SATA 3G HDD 250G*
Western Digital WD Caviar SE WD1600JS SATA 3G HDD 160G*
Western Digital WD Caviar SE WD2500AAJS SATA 3G HDD 250G*
Western Digital WD Caviar SE WD1600AAJS SATA 3G HDD 160G*
Western Digital WD Caviar SE WD3200AAJS SATA 3G HDD 320GB*
Western Digital WD Caviar SE16 WD2500KS SATA 3G HDD 250G*
Western Digital WD Caviar SE16 WD4000KD SATA 1.5G HDD 400G*
Western Digital WD Caviar SE16 WD5000AAKS SATA 3G HDD 500G*
Western Digital WD Caviar SE16 WD7500AAKS SATA 3G HDD 750G*
Western Digital WD Caviar SE16 WD2500AAKS SATA 3G HDD 250G*
Western Digital WD Raptor WD1500ADFD SATA 3G HDD 150GB*
Western Digital WD RE WD2500YS SATA 3G HDD 250G*
Western Digital WD RE WD1600YS SATA 3G HDD 160G*
Western Digital WD RE2 WD5000YS SATA 3G HDD 500G*
Western Digital WD RE2 WD7500AYYS SATA3G HDD 750GB*
Western Digital WD RE2 – GP WD1000FYPS SATA3G HDD 1TB*
Western Digital WD Caviar® Green WD20EADS SATA3G HDD 2TB*
D-Link has announced two new consumer Network Attached Storage (NAS) devices, the storage.and . Both feature two bays for 3.5-inch hard drives for a total of up to 4TB of
Thehas an 800MHz processor while the features a faster 1.2GHz processor plus additional software, including a photo gallery, an audio streamer, and a blogging application. The DNS-325 also has a more rugged housing and has a slightly smaller footprint.
Both the D-Link DNS-320 and DNS-325 support, are DLNA-certified for connecing to other home media devices, and have AFP and Time Machine support. Farstone’s Total Recovery Pro Backup software is also included with both devices, supporting scheduled and incremental network backups.
Pricing and Availability
The D-Link DNS-320 and DNS-325 are available now in North America and are backed by a three-year warranty. The DNS-320 is $109.99 while the DNS-325 is $199.99; disk drives are not included.
D-Link will be launching a DNS-320-110 and DNS-325-110 preconfigured with a 1TB hard drive in May for $199.99 and $279.99, respectively.