Summary: Pro: The drive connects easy under IE (It didn't install using Firefox). Windows Media Player automatically connects the drive. The drive allows multiple FTP simultaniousely to access drive. The drive save speed and data transfer speed is limited by the quality of your harddrive.
Summary: Works OK. I have ver B with firmware updates (last update was 2 or 3 years ago - if they keep selling this they really need to support it better.) Wish it would hibernate so it did not run all of the time.
Summary: This drive is a single HDD IDE enclosure which will sit on your network. I found the included software (Nero's BackitUp) to be a little vague as to which option is the "monitor the changes and back those up".
Summary: Purchased DSM-G600 (B1); upgraded firmware to 1.02. Very difficult to configure and setup. Will not recognize any drive over 250 GB. This is not documented anywhere except in an obscure FAQ page on the D-Link web page. Tech support is not worth the time. I was disconnected multiple times.
Summary: Slow wireless transfer speeds No way to automatically power-on after a power failure. The web interface was confusing and hard to navigate. It wouldn't recognize my NTFS formatted data drive. I was forced to format the thing and spend hours transferring the same data back onto the drive.
Summary: Gigabit? The speeds are about 5-6 megabytes per second. Does that sound like Gigabit? Since it is a file server you would expect to be able to have multiple shares right? wrong. Only one at any one time. Mac compatible? Hardly.
Summary: This unit was delivered the day before I bought my hard drive. Being the impatient person I am, I went ahead and connected it to my network and configured it before putting the hard drive in. After installing the hard drive the next day, I could not get the built-in web interface to recognize it.
Summary: Full list price is listed as $337 or something (it is not worth it for the $157) this device does not work with a Windows platform I bought a rev b1 updated the firmware to v1.02 and stuck a Seagate 40GB drive in.
Summary: This single device could potentially have everything I want.... if it all worked. (Rev B). The specs are great which is what made me buy it, but like most D-Link hardware, it's very poorly executed and rushed to market.