Question about Iomega StorCenter Pro NAS 150d (33612) 500 GB Network Storage Server
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
same problem, except oddly one AFP mount works & the other doesn't. Since permissions are limited in SMB access, I can't even pull the data off. Thinking of just pulling drives (mirrored RAID) and putting into new enclosure. If that'll even work
Posted on Dec 10, 2009
It means your harddrive is not recognized properly in NAS for that reconnect harddrive to NAS then check.
You can access your NAS in network with it's ip so it means network is fine but issue with harddrive recognization in NAS.
So make sure harddrive is working fine and detected on NAS.
Also access NAS with it's ip then reset all settings then reconfigure it and share.Then check.
Let me know if you need further assistance. Thanks for using FixYa.
Posted on Nov 28, 2010
The IX2 doesn't have white indicator lights. The IX2-200 does which would mean that the device is healthy and ready for use.
Since you are directly connecting it to your imac via ethernet cable which is the only way to connect to the device as the USB's are hubs.
First make sure you computer is getting an APIPA address 169.254.x.x (x represents randomly generated numbers by the computer), do a factory reset (depressing the reset button on the back for 4-5 seconds) which should restart the device, open a Terminal window (Applications -> Utilities -> Terminal) and type (without the quote marks) findsmb and hit enter. You should see your device populated on that list and you should also see an IP address associated with the device. Open an internet browser window and type the devices IP address into the address bar without the "http://" in front. You should have access to the device now.
At this point you will want to statically (manually) setup an IP for your device with your networks subnet. Once you statically set the IP. Disconnect it from your computer and put it on the network.
Posted on Dec 24, 2010
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