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D-Link DNR-322L Network Video Recorder

  • H.264, MPEG-4, M-JPEG (for supported cameras)
  • Record by schedule, manual, and event-based recording
  • Motion-triggered recording

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Supported Protocols
DHCP Client
NTP Client (D-Link)
DNS Client
DDNS Client (D-Link)
SMTP Client
HTTP Server
IP filtering
Network Interface
1 x RJ-45
DC-in jack
Compression Format
H.264, MPEG-4, M-JPEG (for supported cameras)
Recording Type
Record by schedule, manual, and event-based recording
Motion-triggered recording
Video Setting
Resolution, quality, frame rate, enable audio, go to camera interface
Remote Live View
Supported via IE Explorer (max. 9 simultaneous channels)
Supports mydlink portal (max. 1 simultaneous channel)

Remote Live View Control
Live view, preset/go, patrol, focus, PTZ functions, snapshot, full screen, digital zoom, e-map, multiple view (1/4/6/9/16/25/36/48) with duplicated carrier

Remote Playback
Supported via IE and NVR client
Playback system with timeline GUI, search by event, area, cameras, date and time
Internet Explorer and NVR client support 1-channel playback
Digital zoom

Remote Playback Control
Playback with normal, fast forward/rewind and step forward/rewind
ROM: 128 MB Flash
Operating System


5% to 90% (non-condensing)


The mydlink Network Video Recorder is a standalone storage device that can record video simultaneously from up to nine network cameras without requiring users to turn on their PC. This device not only supports mydlink cameras but can be used to record footage from a range of D Link business cameras, which makes it an ideal DIY security solution for both homes and small businesses. With mydlink technology, the DNR-322L can be accessed remotely via a web browser from any computer connected to the Internet, just by logging into your mydlink account. Once connected, you can watch live video from any of your cameras, or playback recorded footage with the intuitive on-screen controls. With no set up fees or subscription costs, home and business users have the most flexible way to ensure their properties are secure.

Dimensions & Weight

178.5mm x 146.4mm x 115mm
0.875 kg
Warranty, Returns, And Additional Information
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  • Limited Warranty period (parts): 1 year
  • Limited Warranty period (labor): 1 year
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  • Randolph J.
  • 7/8/2015 8:37:07 AM
  • Ownership: more than 1 year
  • Verified Owner

1 out of 5 eggsGarbage web interface

This review is from: D-Link DNR-322L Network Video Recorder

Pros: ?

Cons: cannot get to work in anything but Internet Explorer. Even Internet explorer required all kinds of securioty settings to be turned off and just the right version of Java and Browser and even then it takes forever to load and bring up video. We invested in 3 of these for 3 locations and aside from having to use a Windows PC, we just gave up on them after several hours of trying with D-Link tech support!!!

Other Thoughts: with so many great standards for web design, why does D-Link make such a garbage interface? Are they owned by MS? Are they trying to sell My-Dlink service? I wish I'd done more research before putting in the D-Link MyCloud cameras, now I have a huge investment in monitoring and I can't look at recorded footage!!!

Manufacturer Response:

We thank you for the detailed feedback and we are sorry to hear that you are experiencing issues with the product. Based upon your review, D-Link would like for you to click on the provided link below and fill out the detailed form within the next 10 days. By completing it, one of our technical support specialists will have the necessary information to contact you directly and assist you with resolving any problems you are having.

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  • Thomas M.
  • 4/12/2015 8:42:04 AM
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsQuick install, useful features

This review is from: D-Link DNR-322L Network Video Recorder

Pros: Easy to install, just drop in two drives, hook up power and internet, easy to configure. Lots of options for video format, audio. Automatic search for existing cameras. Easy to create offline backups via ftp/http, although you need an existing ftp service (I use a NAS system which provides ftp). Viewing live and playback video is fairly easy, the playback interface has many useful options. The system is also available via D-Link's "mydlink" site, which allows control and monitoring from a remote site. For every page there is a "Helpful Hints..." section on the side which has a quick reference that I found pretty useful.

Cons: Setting up the ftp backup feature was a little messy, but most of the problem is making sure the ftp server itself is configured as the DNR-322L setup is actually pretty good. It doesn't remember the multiple camera video setup (you can set up a matrix of multiple cameras on the live video page).

Other Thoughts: As with any network device it is important to update the firmware immediately. In my case it addressed a problem with finding cameras on my network (which actually could have been due to something else).

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  • Michael E.
  • 11/19/2013 5:58:18 AM
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
  • Verified Owner

3 out of 5 eggsIt's ok.

This review is from: D-Link DNR-322L Network Video Recorder

Pros: Small and compact.. works very well in recording from up to 9 cameras, great for the price.

Cons: Poor playback. You can only playback 1 channel at a time. Requires software to be run from a PC or MAC to add the device to the cloud interface...

Other Thoughts: Why does it only playback one channel? It gives you the option of playing back more than 1, but then gives an error that the maximum number of channels has been exceeded. So don't offer me the option of choosing more than 1... if one is the limit.

The playback is very difficult to follow. If you know the time you want, it's ok... but to review an entire evening for example, to see if something happened on one of the 9 channels, would take hours..... so hopefully you know when it happened....

This hardware is basically the dlink camera software, which I didn't like either.... I expected better from a hardware device, but got the same result as it's the same software, just on a small Linux box.

I still haven't been able to register the box on as dlink forces you to use software on your Windows (or mac) PC to configure the connection, and it always reports that the device doesn't have internet access.... which it does..

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  • 10/28/2013 10:37:04 AM
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
  • Verified Owner

4 out of 5 eggsPretty Good, But Not Great

This review is from: D-Link DNR-322L Network Video Recorder

Pros: Able to view multiple streams at once
Integrates well with D-Link cameras
Doubles as a NAS

Cons: Only works with Internet Explorer
Only integrates with D-Link cameras

Other Thoughts: This NVR works pretty much as expected. I am currently using it with D-Link DCS-2230 cameras and it integrates well with these. I would like if it integrated with other manufacturer's cameras also, but I can see why D-Link wouldn't do that.

The live playback screen works well. It allows you to show up to 9 (3x3) video feeds at once. The recorded playback interface is slightly sluggish, but works as expected. The playback (both live and recorded) only works with Internet Explorer, however, because it requires a C++ redistributable that only seems to be available in IE.

I also like the fact that you can use this as a NAS in addition to an NVR. The one drawback is that RAID 1 is not available when NAS is enabled (one disk is for video and one disk is for the network drive).

Overall, the NVR has met all of my expectations, but hasn't exceeded them. I would recommend it for somebody who wants to setup their own security system.

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