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Seagate ST310005MNA10G-RK 1TB BlackArmor NAS 110

  • 1TB
  • 1 x 10/100/1000M
  • 2 x USB2.0
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Simply connect the drive to your network and you’re up and running with one touch in just a few minutes. Use the included back up software to protect your family’s PCs with automatic and continuous backup plans. The Seagate ST310005MNA10G-RK NAS 110 is also a great multimedia server supporting both iTunes and DLNA. The FTP protocol supports remote access technology to let you access your files anywhere, anytime.

Store and access a whole library of information in this one NAS. Share your multimedia with everyone on your network with this huge drive from Seagate.

  • newegg Gigabit Network Connection The Seagate ST310005MNA10G-RK NAS 110 features a Gigabit Ethernet port for up to 10X the speed of most 100M network connections and excellent usability for office and home networks.
  • newegg 1TB Storage Capacity An excessive 1TB storage capacity is available, so you can save and share a total collection of your movies, music, applications and documents, and even back up your system.
  • newegg Built-in FTP Server Function The Seagate ST310005MNA10G-RK NAS 110 features an FTP (File Transfer Protocol) server function for convenient high-speed file transfers and remote file access.
  • newegg Home Media Center with DLNA Support Connect the Seagate ST310005MNA10G-RK NAS 110 to any of your digital multimedia appliances supporting DLNA (Digital Living Network Alliance) and enjoy playback of digital files stored in your NAS effortlessly – watch movies, listen to music and view pictures without complicated setup!

Learn more about the Seagate ST310005MNA10G-RK

General

Brand
Seagate
Model
ST310005MNA10G-RK

Interfaces

Port RJ-45
1 x 10/100/1000M
Port USB
2 x USB2.0
HDD Interface
1 x SATA (1 x Bay)

Hard Drive Performance

Included HDD Capacity
1TB
Rotational Speed
7200RPM

Conveniences

Supported Protocols
CIFS NFS, HTTP, HTTPS, FTP, Bonjour

Features

Features
Designed to provide centralized storage and data backup for up to 10 PCs.
Protect network connected PCs with incremental and full-system, automatic backup.
Secure files with powerful hardware-based encryption.
Functions as an FTP server, enabling remote file access.
Stream media to DLNA compliant devices and computers running iTunes software.
OneTouch backup button duplicates files from storage devices such as digital cameras and USB drives connected to the front USB port.
Connect external drives, share a printer or utilize an uninterrupted power supply with the two USB 2.0 ports.
Event email notification.

The Seagate NAS Tech Support # for your product: 1-855-732-4627(1-855-SEA-4NAS)

Dimensions / Weight

Dimensions
6.9" x 5.8" x 2.4"
Weight
2.71 lbs.

Manufacturer Warranty

Parts
3 years limited
Labor
3 years limited

Quick Info

Warranty

  • Limited Warranty period (parts): 3 years
  • Limited Warranty period (labor): 3 years


Customer Reviews of the Seagate ST310005MNA10G-RK

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  • Robert C.
  • 2/1/2012 6:25:35 AM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year

1 out of 5 eggsFialure

Pros: None

Cons: This drive is simply JUNK. Buying a NAS to use as a backup for all our family pics and videos just to find out it won't last for more than a year is bull. If you search this drive you will see they have had many problems with these drives. This drive sits all by itself on my desk with plenty of room for air movement yet it started clicking constantly about a week ago. I have moved all of my info off the drive and will look at Western Digital or another company that will sell a quality product.

Other Thoughts: It just upsets me that a company can just produce junk. As a comsumer we have no recourse other than being jerked around by CSR reps who do nothing more than read a sheet that just keeps us spinning our wheels. Most CSR (Customer Service Reps) don't know a dam thing aobut the workings of the product other than whats in front of them on a sheet. Is this there fault? Not at all its the GREEDY company that they work for not caring about there workers or there customers just the bottom line.

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  • Greg B.
  • 12/28/2011 4:00:35 PM
  • Tech Level: Somewhat High
  • Ownership: more than 1 year

4 out of 5 eggs

Pros: I have owned my NAS 110 for over a year and have had no issues with accessing the files that I have placed on it from any of the computers (q6600 tower, NetBook, laptop and Atom 510 SFF) on my home network. We have nearly 7 years of family photos and home-movies. I routinely work from home and store quite a few of my work files on my NAS 110 along with my wife's files for her 6th grade class.

Cons: The file transfer rate could be faster, but for what I do, I cannot complain. For work that I've brought home, I have transferred 500 MB - 1 GB Access database files and 3 - 25 MB Office files, but typically nothing over 1 GB.

Other Thoughts: The print server has worked quite well for me, now that I have a regular printer and not an MFP. I couldn't get the MFP to work with the device nor a separate Linksys print-server (now in use at a small non-profit), but it has worked well with the NAS 110.

I had previously set-up a SFF Windows 7 e1200 based Shuttle computer for my mother-in-law on her home network to share file storage and her printer. I have been thinking about just swapping out the Shuttle for a NAS 110, since it would be doing much of the same tasks, now that she uses her NetBook and/or Kindle Fire for daily use.

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  • Anonymous
  • 12/11/2011 10:46:43 AM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year

1 out of 5 eggsTerribly Slow Transfer

Pros: Housing looks great!

Cons: Terribly slow transfer rate for gigabit connection.

I tried a direction connection from laptop to the NAS with auto MDIX. 1Gbps connection was established, but the transfer was only about 96Mbps (12MB/s), even slower than USB 2.0.

With 2TB of storage, this is very disappointing and impossible to use.

Other Thoughts: I can get about 10MB/s off my Western Digital Live Hub (1Gbps) on a 100Mbps network (router), and Seagate's 1Gbps NAS can perform only 12MB/s?

This is sad!

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  • Erik A.
  • 4/25/2011 3:28:35 PM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year

5 out of 5 eggsDevice is good

Pros: It does what it says it does.
Can put any hard drive in it (voids warranty - use a unpartitioned drive I wouldn't try anything past 2TB till there is a NAS110 that goes that high.)
NFS share capable and had used with VMware.
Will email you when it reboots or loses power with no UPS.
UPS support.
Active directory support. I don't use because we just have too many objects in AD.

Cons: A little slower than I hoped. ~40MBps read and ~22MBps write - Sequential. Since the 1Gb ethernet spec can go up to 125MBps theoretical I was hoping it would be in the 80-100MBps range.
Encryption requires a USB drive plugged in the front. Just fine if you have a small, old USB flash.
The backup software is not the most reliable in recovery, but you get 5 free licenses and for Windows XP it is better than built-in. Use Windows 7's built-in back up with drive.

Other Thoughts: My speed numbers above are from a Seagate Momentus160GB and and Intel X-25M G2 80GB. I had accidentally kicked the cord and knocked the device off a table and the hard drive got clickety-clack with me. Up till then it was working just fine. If you have a little sense and the warranty maybe expired or whatever. Just get a good drive and swap it out. Opening it up is bound to leave nicks on it. Internal drive is ST31000528AS, at least in mine. I do not recommend upgrading for speed reasons, only capacity or reliability reasons.
Standby feature for the drive has to be set in the GUI.
This NAS is not my ideal solution, but pretty good at the price it is now. I spent $173 on it in June 2010. A USB drive attached to a regular computer and shared will give you better performance, but will also use more electricity.

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  • Anonymous
  • 2/7/2011 7:12:35 PM
  • Tech Level: Average
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year

4 out of 5 eggs

Pros: Awsome NAS drive. Does what it said it will do.

Cons: Little slow, but that is all I see. A bit over price now

Other Thoughts: This is a great NAS drive. I have this set up at a customers place of business, that has about 1000, tax clients with all there info for taxes. It is set up on a four computer network with me able to log into and out of from my house for maintenance and back up. I would recomend this to anyone. The only thing that makes me mad about this drive now is when I bought this I paid 89.00 dollors for and now it is around 150.00 or more. I wish I bought about six of these now. I would like to have a few here at my house for all my network stuff. I did have trouble with a tax program that this guys uses to stay stable, I take to them and they said to just map to this drive and folder and it works better than ever now.

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  • Chris B.
  • 12/5/2010 11:47:26 AM
  • Tech Level: Somewhat High
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year

1 out of 5 eggsDo not buy

Pros: Cheep.

Cons: Nothing about this drive works as advertised.

It's very loud- click, click, click all day and night.

Network printer via USB is not at all reliable.

Backup software slows computer to halt.

Avoid...

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  • Anonymous
  • 10/24/2010 9:21:46 AM
  • Tech Level: Somewhat High
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year

4 out of 5 eggsSo far so good

Pros: Relatively low price for a NAS with 1 tb drive. Blackarmour backup software seems to work. (I haven't had to seriously test it by restoring a drive.) With the new available drivers for Windows 7 the drive folders are usable without the need to use Blackarmour discovery. Up to 2 USB drives can be attached to expand network storage.

Cons: I tried attaching a 500 gb WD external drive to the USB port. It worked fine except that it would not spin down. That is not very energy efficient and would probably shorten the life of the WD drive. I have the WD external drive removed from the NAS for this reason.

Other Thoughts: I've been using this NAS since 12/21/2009 without any problems.

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  • Dickson V.
  • 9/15/2010 10:00:05 PM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year

1 out of 5 eggsDo not buy

Pros: The price is great at first and not so great any more. see my review

Cons: I got this drive 4 months back and wish never purchased this product. I allready got my third warranty drive replacement and will be sending off the drive back to seagate for another refurbish product replacement. I only purchased this product to backup my data manually which is about 1 Tera bite and only turn on the drive when performing set of backup routine. These backup intervals only occur once a month but each time I power up the drive all I hear is clucks and clicks. At first, I put aside my Technical knowledge and convince myself that it could be normal and just keep using the drive. Little did I know, after using the original drive on the second month, the drive failed to start up. All my backups are no longer available. I sent my product for a warranty replacement, but each one that came in the mail did the same thing...clucks and clicks. Faulty product and do not buy, you have been warned.

Manufacturer Response:

"Clicking drives were an issue that was addressed with bare drive firmware. Please go to the below link to download the latest hard drive firmware.
http://seagate.custkb.com/seagate/crm/selfservice/search.jsp?DocId=213915&NewLang=en&Hilite=firmware+clicking"

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  • Raymond R.
  • 8/9/2010 11:17:29 AM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month

4 out of 5 eggsGood buy and works fine IF attached via GiB capable hub

Pros: Easy to set up, easy to use, web interface, keeps cool, quiet and looks nice

Cons: Data rate slower than eSATA (but this IS a networked item), thw web inteface though easy does not have a way to simply view files in an explorer type interface (if it had this it would be PERFECT) and price is a bit high for an 'external drive' but good for a NAS (buy an external drive if you do not plan on using the GiB ethernet connected to a hub).

Other Thoughts: For the folks that try to install this directly to your comp, if you wanted an external DRIVE then order one... This is a NAS and seems to have trouble autoinstalling due to DHCP conflicts when directly connecting to a computer with it running.

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  • Craig C.
  • 6/19/2010 12:50:46 PM
  • Tech Level: Somewhat High
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year

3 out of 5 eggsOk for the price

Pros: Easy to setup, detached, convenient web management, quiet and doesn't use a lot of power.

Cons: Transfer rate is ok but not lightning fast, has an odd access license and the price per TB is a little high.

Other Thoughts: I see some really bad reviews but I haven't had anywhere near that kind of experience with this device. I think it might depend on what you expect and how you intend to use it.

For me, it's just a place to store backup and temporary files. For that, this one is fine.

Manufacturer Response:

Thank you for the honest assessment. It is important to note that the transfer rate for a NAS is going to be slower than the transfer rate of a USB External Hard Drive. Two things specifically - the wireless router (especially if it is an older 10/100 router and/or is a router that oftens times out and you lose a connection) the NAS is connected to and network traffic (transfers have the best speeds when there is less traffic from other network users) can negatively impact network traffic speeds.

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