Summary: I have purchased a D LINK DNS-345 I had a problem with it this morning so I called DLINK and I got Briegan (badge #AR00414) on the phone. I cannot tell you how helpful he's been with fixing my problem.
D-Link worst NAS ever, stay away from them and this product
David K., Amazon
5 May 2015
Summary: I work in Tech Support, so I know what I am doing in IT and this product is absolute garbage. I tried to setup in a RAID1 format and I cannot copy large amounts of data. D-Link wants to troubleshoot everything before replacing even though the issue is obviously with the manufacturing and keeps...
That was my first disappointment. The new server required that I re-format the ...
Stephen Billard, Amazon
15 January 2015
Summary: I replaced a DNS 343 that had failed out of warranty with this device. I use the NAS server for network storage on my home network, including storing my music library. Reliable, un-attended service is important to me. The DNS 343 had worked well in this environment until server the hardware failed.
Summary: This is for me a replacement for and older D-Link storage bay. It is, as always with D-Link products, simple to set up and use. And pricing is always excellent for home use networking components. I will continue to seek out D-Link products to provide my home networking solutions.
Summary: Ordered this D'Link and had a quick question, so I called technical support and got Laine on the line to help me connect my NAS to my TV. Her ID# was AR004296. Very helpful and very nice customer service. First time calling them and was impressed.
Summary: Do NOT buy this to backup your data or store any important information on it. I had an older DNS-320 that died and bought this replacement unit thinking all I would have to do is install the old drives in the new system and be up and running again.
Summary: Works great - easy setup. I'm using it with two 250 GB Drives and no problems. I may put in bigger drives, but I had these from a Dell computer that died. I found that to use Google Drive I had to upgrade the firmware to a version that was listed as beta (1.04).
Summary: I purchased a DNS-325 (older non-cloud version) and it works very well. We have it in our basement and can access via our wireless network. The wake-up time is not too bad and it is peace of mind to have two 1GB drives for redundancy in our home.