Jan 26

January 24, 2011 — D-Link Australia & New Zealand, the end-to-end networking solutions provider for business and consumers, today introduced the next generation DNS-320 ShareCenter Pulse 2-Bay Network Attached Storage designed to enhance file sharing, secure data, and stream content to media players.

D-Link Ships Next Generation 2-Bay Network Storage(DNS-320)

The new D-Link DNS-320 incorporates a full complement of next-generation technology, including a fast Gigabit Ethernet connection and support for up to two internal 3.5-inch SATA hard drives* — installed by simply sliding them in with no tools or cables needed. Also included are a built-in FTP server for accessing files via the Internet, built-in UPnP AV media server for streaming digital content and RAID 1 technology for backing up and mirroring files.

“The ShareCenter Pulse offers an extremely powerful and flexible solution for storing and sharing digital media across a network or the Internet,” said Maurice Famularo, Marketing Director, D-Link Australia & New Zealand. “It addresses the growing market need to store and share an ever-increasing amount of data, while offering built-in protection to keep valuable data, photos, videos and other important files intact.”

The D-Link DNS-320 comes with D-Link’s Setup Wizard and Easy Search Utility, which allows users to locate the ShareCenter Pulse anywhere on the network. Once located, this utility can be used to map the hard drive(s) so they will appear in “My Computer” on their PC. Backup software is also included on the CD to facilitate back up of files from a computer to the ShareCenter Pulse manually, according to a schedule, or in real-time. Real-time backups provide a method of safeguarding against unforeseen data loss.

A convenient USB port on the front of the ShareCenter can be used to attach external USB storage drives, USB printers, or an Uninterruptible Power Supply (UPS) for monitoring.

For businesses and consumers interested in reducing their energy costs and helping to save the environment, D-Link Green products provide eco-friendly alternatives without compromising performance. The ShareCenter Pulse uses hard drive power management and Smart Fan speed control to reduce energy costs, minimise noise and prolong the lifespan of installed hard drives.

For more information, see D-Link’s websites at www.dlink.com.au  and www.dlink.co.nz.

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Aug 01

Step 1: If you have not done so, plug the ethernet cable from the LAN port on your DSM-G600 into an available LAN port on your router or PC.

Step 2: If your router has DHCP, the D-Link DSM-G600 should obtain an IP Address from it automatically.

Note: If this is a direct connection to a computer, you will need to statically assign an IP address on your computer to allow you to connect to the DSM-G600. The default IP address for the DSM-G600 is

Step 3: Locate the Easy Search Utility on your CD or download it from http://support.dlink.com/downloads/. Run the Easy Search Utility.

Step 4: After you have opened the Easy Search Utility, your DSM-G600 should be discovered automatically. If it is not discovered, press the refresh button on the utility.


Step 5: Select the DSM-G600 from the Adapter list.

Step 6: In the LAN section, make sure that DHCP Client is set to disabled. This will allow your DSM-G600 to keep the same IP address all the time.

Step 7: Click Apply to confirm that DHCP is selected.

Step 8: Wait until the power light is solid and the LAN light is flickering. At that time, click Configuration.

Step 9: The DSM-G600 login prompt should come up. Type in admin for the username and then click Config.

Note: If the login does not come up but a large Format button does, you will need to format the internal drive before proceeding to the DSM-G600 configuration.

Step 10: You can now proceed with using the wizard. This will guide you through setting up a password, wireless connection and adding the DSM-G600 to your workgroup.

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