Question about D-Link DSM-G600 (DSMG600) Network Storage Server
My DSM-G600 is connected to a switch (DLINK 10-100 switch) and this is connected to a router (DLINK G604T). All addresses in my home network are static. I succed in mapping the NAS drive but I have randomly occurring problems transferring files from this unit (even trying to read some multemedia file) to local PC or other network nodes. It seem sometime that, while trasferring, drive stop suddendly and start again after many seconds (30 or more). What can cause a problem like this one?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
vista is only going to complicat things, try re mapping the drive, delete the shortcut and use my network places to find the drive then make a new shortcut to it if you can access it from there, i've had windows 2000 do the same thing especially with my laptop that I take to school, it a lot of times its due to changing ip's but occasionally windows just seems to forget where stuff is on the network and needs to be reminded. shortcuts can be made by draggin the folder to the desktop or desired location or right click the share you want mapped and select map network drive.
Posted on Apr 21, 2007
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When you said you tried resetting, did you mean you clicked on the reset button inside the hardware or did you mean you just rebooted?
* If you clicked on the rest buttion, then you need to configure again from scratch. Not sure if your data will still be available though.
* If you just rebooted, then the problem may lie in your LAN configuration. Do the following:
1. Try to ping the device using a PC connected to the same network.
2. If you are using DHCP, your device may just have been assigned a different IP. Try to ping all devices in your network or use a network scanner (e.g. SoftPerfect) to find out the IP address given to it.
3. Once you get the IP address, assign a static IP address to your device that is beyond the DHCP scope. This will ensure that your IP does not change and you will not have a conflict with DHCP assigned IP's.
Posted on Jan 04, 2010
1. Remove the HDD from the box
2. Connect to another system and Do not format the drive
3. Use some file recovery software and export the recovered files to another drive.
Posted on Sep 19, 2010
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