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General

Manufacturer LevelOne iomega
Model GNS-2000 34657
Lowest Price $170.85 Compare LevelOne GNS-2000 prices $883.54 Compare iomega 34657 prices
Warranty 3 years limited

Ports

RJ45 Ports 4 x 10/100/1000M
USB Ports 3 x USB2.0
eSATA Ports No No
Other Ports HDMI, Composite Video, Optical Audio

Storage

Drive Bays 2 12
Hard Disk Interface Serial ATA 12 x SATA
Hard Disk Size Diskless 8TB (4x2TB)
Rotational Speed 7200RPM

Features

  • Sold Individually
Maximum capacity of 24TB (12 x 2TB SATA-II Hard Disk Drives)
- 4-drive disk packs enable expansion to 8 or 12 drive configurations

RAID Support: On-disk data protection and organization configurable as RAID 0, 1, 5, 6 and 10. Automatic RAID rebuild and hot swap drives.

Sophisticated Networking

Data Organization and Access: Windows DFS organizes folders and files on a network, such that they appear to be all in one directory tree on a single Iomega StorCenter system, even if the folders reside on many devices in many different locations. WebDAV (Web-based Distributed Authoring and Versioning) enables viewing, adding, or deleting files on a StorCenter from the web, via HTTP or HTTPS for added security

iSCSI Support: Provides block-level access for the most efficient storage utilization, especially for database and email application performance.

Active Directory Support

UPS Support

Remote Access

Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 – ESRP Listed
- Windows Server 2003, Windows Server 2008, Windows Server 2008 R2 (iSCSI)
- VMware vSphere ESX4 (iSCSI and NFS)
- Citrix XenServer 5.5 (iSCSI & NFS)

Replication: The StorCenter ix12 supports device-to-device (D2D) asynchronous replication based on the end-user determined policy. Replication uses the secure rsync, rsync, or remote CIFS protocols.

Security Camera: Connect Axis and/or Panasonic network security cameras and the StorCenter ix12 captures and stores video without the need of a dedicated PC.

Simple to use:
- Easy network file sharing with Automatic configuration; ready to work with any networked computer
- Management via user-friendly web interface
- Event logging and e-mail notification
- 11 languages supported by the user interface (concurrently from different clients)

Software Compatibility: Compatible with today’s most common backup software titles, web browsers, media devices and computers

Software Iomega StorCenter Manager

Form Factor

Dimensions 10.5" x 9.3" x 5.09" 9.2" x 6.1" x 5.9"
Weight 2.04 lbs 12.5 lbs. lbs
Form Factor 3.5" 2U

Networking

Data Link Protocol Ethernet
Network Interface Controller
DLNA Certified No No

Hardware

Standards IEEE 802.3, IEEE 802.3u
Supported Protocols Microsoft (CIFS/SMB/Rally)
Linux/UNIX (NFS)
Apple AFP / Bonjour support
Windows DFS
VLAN tagging
FTP
HTTP
SNMP
WebDAV
Processor Intel Core2 Duo E8400 @ 3GHz CPU
Memory 2GB DDR2 Memory
RAID RAID 0, 1, 10, 5, and 6 protection on a per-Storage Pool basis
LEDs Power / status LEDs LCD display
Power Power Consumption
Max: 200W
Min: 110W (drives spun down)

AC Voltage 100-240 VAC, 50-60
Temperature 32° to 104° F (0° to 40° C) (O
Humidity 0% to 95% (Operating)

Software

Operating System Windows Operating System
- EMC LifeLine - A fully-developed Linux operating environment and suite of applications

Client System Support:
- Microsoft Windows Server, XP Home/XP Professional/XP Professional x64; Windows Vista Home Basic/Home Premium/Business/Ultimate, Windows 7 Home/Home Premium/Pro, Windows Server 2003, Windows Server 2008
- Mac OS X 10.3 or higher
- Ubuntu 7.10, Fedora 8, Fedora 7, Fedora Core 6/5, Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5 Desktop/Workstation, Red Hat Enterprise Linux 4 Desktop/Workstation, OpenSUSE 10.3, Debian 4
Management Disk Management:
Multiple RAID, Online RAID Capacity Expansion, Onine RAID Level Migration, Disk usage status management Check disk (Check Linux file system), HDD S.M.A.R.T., Bad blocks scan, AES 256-bit volume-based encryption, Built-in iSCSI target service

Access Right Management:
Max user accounts: 4096, Max groups: 512, Max share folders 512

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