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D-Link DNS-343
5.1 out of 10

D-Link DNS-343

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Overall 10
10

A very good and giving system

charles pinkney, Amazon
25 January 2015
  • Summary: A very good and giving system. I also had a hp ex495 and hp gave me the run around about a install disc and still sitting in garage. The dlink has served me well ! I recomend it to all looking for a nas system.
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Overall 10
10

Five Stars

Juan K!, Amazon
3 December 2014
  • Summary: This storage device Works as expected! I bought it around 5 years ago... no issues so far!
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Overall 10
10

DNS-343

Fletcher, Amazon
19 February 2014
  • Summary: I bought mine used with the latest firmware installed. I am also surprized at the bad reviews of this unit. I got the unit, I set it up within 20 minutes and had my drives partitioned and running within the hour.
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Overall 10
10

Excellent little NAS!

Josh, Amazon
28 September 2012
  • Summary: I have used a Drobo, a Patriot memory media NAS, and then the D-Link DNS-343. Without a doubt this has been the most reliable unit thus far. I had issues prior with the other units hanging up while trying to stream media from it.
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Overall 10
10

Great NAS

David K., Newegg
3 February 2012
  • Pros: I've used several NAS devices and have had the least aggrevation with this unit. Very useful for large backups. Works fine with 3tb drives.
  • Cons: Can get hot at times. Will run a bit slower than some NAS devices but not a big deal unless you're routinely moving large amount of data.
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Overall 10
10

Great performance from a company you can trust.

Ohadlesh, Mwave.com
11 June 2011
  • Summary: I needed a NAS that could accommodate 4 SATA drives. This enclosure was priced just right, and online reviews praised its ease of use and flexibility. I have been using this NAS for the past 6 months and have experienced no downtime at all.
  • Pros: Economically priced. High build quality. Attractive design. Solid performance. Stunning OLED display. Tool-less design.
  • Cons: Cooling fans are loud enough to be noticed while used nearby a home theater set-up.
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Overall 10
10

A very good network attached storage device

A Conrad "Ask Conrad", Amazon
2 February 2011
  • Summary: I purchased this when it went on sale for $200. I was pleasantly surprised that the firmware was up-to-date. I chose to do a manual install/configuration of the DNS-343 and skipped the disk install completely.
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Overall 10
10

Still Excellent

Alan B., Newegg
17 January 2011
  • Summary: I am posting this update to my original post to provide some insight into long term ownership of this device.
  • Pros: I have had this device for over two years and have not experienced any of the problems that some of the users seem to be having. There are no problems with overheating (filling volumes with 1TB truecrypt containers). It is a great NAS from my perspective and would buy again.
  • Cons: I don't like that the OLED flashes "drive full" when one of the hard drives is 95% full. I would like to be able to turn that off to avoid the annoying flash.
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Overall 10
10

solid, stable and independent

serdus "skhodus", Amazon
10 January 2011
  • Summary: I purchased this device under a good impression of DNS-323. So far, there is no disappointment at all. It works right out of the box. It took me 15 minutes to install 4 x 2Tb WD Green into it and configured it (RAID 5, IP, e-mail, access for 3 persons)through web interface - no software requires to...
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Overall 10
10

Good product

Dino Leonetti, Amazon
13 July 2010
  • Summary: I have bought 2 of these and they work without problems... both have 4x Seagate 1.5TB 7200.11, each NAS has a single partition of RAID5. The NAS shuts down the drives when idle, this is very good but I guess all NAS do this.
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