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LG N1T1DD1AVAR01I 1TB Super Multi NAS with DVD ReWriter

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  • Desktop
  • 1TB
  • Marvell 88F6192 800MHz Processor
  • 1 x 10/100/1000M
  • 1 x USB2.0

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The LG N1T1DD1AVAR01I is a network storage device with a DVD rewriter which serves as an additional backup option storing data on a DVD/CD. This scalable storage solution is perfect for small business users such as doctors or graphic designers to quickly manage and store large amounts of data such as images, videos, etc.

To ensure fast data sharing and maximum data throughput, the Super-Multi NAS N1T1DD1AVAR01I includes a Gigabit Ethernet connection and one USB 2.0 connection.

The N1T1DD1AVAR01I is compatible with Windows, Linux and Mac computers and networks. It also allows users on different operating systems to share and store data, whether directly connected to the NAS, on a network or over the internet.

  • newegg 1 Terabyte Storage The LG N1T1DD1AVAR01I is pre-installed with a 1TB SATA hard drive to store your ever-growing library of data. The advanced SATA II interface delivers fast data transfer rates of up to 3.0 Gb/s and hot-swappable connections for easy installation and replacement of the HDD.
  • newegg Built-in Super-Multi Drive The LG N1T1DD1AVAR01I integrates a DVD re-writer for playback and additional data backup option.
  • newegg DLNA Certified Connect the LG N1T1DD1AVAR01I 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!
  • newegg Superior Connectivity The LG N1T1DD1AVAR01I features Gigabit Ethernet connectivity for lightning-fast file transfers so your digital media can be made available throughout your home or office network quickly and easily. One high-speed USB 2.0 ports is used for connection to your favorite high-speed flash storage devices for network storage expansion or data backup.
  • newegg Multi-Platform Compatible With compatibility with Windows, Mac and Linux, file sharing between networked computers with the LG N1T1DD1AVAR01I is more convenient than ever.
  • newegg Enhanced Server Functions The LG N1T1DD1AVAR01I offers robust protocol support to serve as an FTP server, iTunes server and printer server.

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4 out of 5 eggsSome more thoughts on the LG NAS

Pros: The data transfer is decent on the drive, I have Gigabit Enet connections around the house, depending on the receiving end's performance, I can get up to ~ 40 MBps transfer to my system with RAID spinner non-SSD drives (that's probably close to 400mbps raw transfer rate on the GigaE, and in cases like this it's the NAS HD that the bottleneck), so it's a decent NAS if properly connected to the right infrastructure. My home network has a good Giga-E router and I have updated all my cabling to CAT-6 grade cables. Keep in mind, with GigaE, the transfer rate is highly hard disk dependent, so if you're experiencing low transfer rate on the NAS, check your cabling first and then make sure your hard disk has sufficient throughput for sustained transfers, most spinner non-SSD notebook hard disk (even the 7200rpm ones) don't have enough throughput to fully realize the NAS drive over Giga-E routers.

Cons: The DVD backup feature is limited, incremental backup requires a rewritable disk. DLNA service is iffy at best. Web interface is somewhat sluggish, luckily, once properly configured, you really don't have to touch the web interface too much.

Other Thoughts: The NAS runs cool and quiet, has power saving features to spin down the drives if not used. It's not really designed to be hacked as the Linux kernel is tuned to shut off any console access or SSH connections which is understandable for the protection of random hacking users. The hard disk system inside uses a SeaGate drive and is a single volume, so transfer rate is limited as is single volume reliability, I would not use this for any critically important data.
I shutoff access over the internet due to security concerns, but it does offer that feature for anyone who believe remote access over the wide internet is worth the risk of intrusion.

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4 out of 5 eggsGood basic NAS, some SW bugs

Pros: Easy set up if you're familiar with related network protocols and permission setting on a Linux box running SMB service. Key features such as user creation, access permission limitation was easy to set up and works as desired. I didn't have to read any instruction to set up the network share share volumes, and it was up and taking in my media library within 5 minutes of plugging in the power. Bonus features of printer sharing was very nice, I didn't have to leave my main workstation on anymore to serve as the printer server for the main printer in the house. Serves great as a collaboration point for my house where the wife and I can share files we're working on from our respective computers without having to fuss about where to put the file and how updated each version maybe, etc. Also allows very convenient network volume access to all of our media files across the house from the home theaters, to the play room, to the home office to the media players in the bedroom.

Cons: DLNA service is flaky, had trouble handle my music, video and image libraries which are not what I'd consider extensive (~ 20 GB of music in MP3 format, and ~ 85 GB of images of mixed RAW formats and JPEG files extracted from the RAWs, and maybe 10 of my favorite DVDs stored). The firmware on the system was upgraded manually via download at LG. The DLNA software could not properly index all the media files on the drive to provide the DLNA service properly, so I had to turn that service off just to prevent the NAS from behaving erratically now and then.

Other Thoughts: It's be really nice to have maybe 2-3 USB ports to share more than 1 printer across the house. Properly functioning DLNA service would be extra nice so media sharing can be done on the BluRay player, cell phones, as well as the tablet computers, current firmware does not have the DLNA functioning reliably.
The NAS runs linux and supports many standard network share services, from windows SAMBA server to NFS Unix/Linux share to Apple shares, and also serves as an iTune library server, but since I have mostly Windows machine in the house, I don't have any of those services turned on to know if they work reliably.
The NAS works really well as a printer server, it directs the USB connected printer via IP port directly to a client PC, so there is no extra driver or software to mess with, all you need is the standard printer driver and point the port to the NAS's IP and the printer is ready to go.

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  • David C.
  • 11/10/2011 11:08:19 PM
  • Tech Level: Average
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month

4 out of 5 eggsA rose with thorns but worth it in the end

Pros: 1. Great price (I got mine for $110 shipped); 2. Relatively fast uploading and downloading for a network storage device (mine uploads at over 2 megabytes per second over a wireless g connection); 3. Built-in DVD writer; 4. USB port can be used to a) attach a printer, b) plug in a storage device, c) connect it directly to the computer, or d) connect a UPS (although I couldn’t get my N1T1 to successfully cooperate with my APC ES 725 unit) 5. A decent and richly-featured web interface; 6. A hefty load of built-in amenities, such as a) a host of file and media sharing features (FTP, SAMBA, DDNS, UPnP, DLNA, iTunes, AFP, NFS, Torrent, and a built-in web server), b) folder access control c) power management/sleep mode, d) a host of back-up options (including TimeMachine and a folder mirroring feature), e) email notifications, f) remote internet access, g) SMART drive monitoring, and h) a built-in community message board; 7. Mobile device apps; and 8. Pretty decent customer support.

Cons: 1. The most obvious: Horrible, HORRIBLE documentation (including the manual--which is no too terribly bad, the built-in help menu--lacking, and online and downloaded documentation--confusing, vague, and ambiguous); 2. A consequence of the bad documentation--a b**** to set up, and an even bigger b**** to update the web interface; 3. When “moving” files using the web interface, the files are laboriously re-copied in-full; 4. The mobile apps are buggy and underdeveloped; and 5. As far as I can tell, no SFTP (although it does have SSL for the web server).

Other Thoughts: A few pointers in setting it up: In updating the “old ui” to the “new ui,” first of all you have to use the NAS detector program that comes in the update download package. (They never tell you this, and if you use the one that came on the setup CD it won't work.) Secondly, they tell you to set the IP address to, but never tell you that you also have to set the default gateway to the same address. Else the update program will be trying to TFTP your router instead of the NAS. You can also get around this by forwarding the router’s TFTP ports to the NAS. Also, when I tried to enable UPnP on the old web ui, the NAS got caught in an infinite loop because the router only allows so many forwarded ports. The only way to get it out of the loop was to use the Reset CD (the iso image file is on the LG website--Google it). Lastly, if the new ui's firmware download is corrupt, Google the name of the firmware (zip) file and snatch it off LG's UK site--Its the same file, but intact.

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  • Lisa B.
  • 11/4/2011 3:49:40 PM
  • Tech Level: Somewhat High
  • Ownership: 1 day to 1 week
  • Verified Owner

4 out of 5 eggsPretty good product

Pros: Excellent product.
Easy to setup.
Good looking.
Optical drive

Cons: OS near impossible to hack.

Other Thoughts: This is a pretty sweet product to add to your home network. An NAS will add storage and delivery ability to your network without requiring you to leave your PC on. Your data becomes available from everywhere (even your mobile phone) without having to setup a complicated network. Takes but a few minutes to set up. The instructions are not nearly as bad as other reviews might lead you to believe. I had it out and the box, set up and working in a just few minutes -- and I am no system administrator.
On the other end, if you like to take things apart, hack into your hardware and try to make it do things that it's not meant to do, then this product is probably not for you.

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  • Scott H.
  • 10/1/2011 10:36:06 AM
  • Tech Level: Average
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
  • Verified Owner

2 out of 5 eggsNot so much..

Pros: was shipped quickly and was well packed.

Worked sort of ok as a network backup drive once you get around all of the strangeness to get it to work.

Cons: If you are not an IT geek, this is probably not the product for you. You really need to know what you want it to do to get around the software oddities and impediments to get it there.

Other Thoughts: I really have not explored all of the wonderful things that this unit is supposed to be capable of. After spending several evenings trying to figure out how to get the basic functions to work, I pretty much gave up. I backed up my pc's to it (my original intention for buying it) and then shut it off.

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  • Gary F.
  • 8/24/2011 12:45:19 PM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: 1 day to 1 week
  • Verified Owner

1 out of 5 eggsThis was a huge disappointment

Pros: None

Cons: Where shall I start?
1. Permissions were strange at best.
2. Would not allow non-alphanumeric characters for domain admin password.
3. Instruction were absolutely horrible. They were written by someone who maybe spoke English as their third language.
4. Many message boxes in the web interface were written in Korean (I think).
5. After setting manual IP, could never access it again. Software did not work correctly.

Other Thoughts: Stay away from this one!

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  • Anonymous
  • 8/20/2011 8:46:07 PM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
  • Verified Owner

1 out of 5 eggsReally Poor Product

Pros: Appearance

Cons: Poorly written firmware
Completely Unreliable
Security issues
Built from extremely cheep/low grade hardware inside
Embedded linux OS with NO assessable console/root
You can not install another OS like FreeNAS, Win XP on this item becuse of the Bios.

Other Thoughts: This Item has to be the worst piece of technology I ever purchased "WOW" !
I ended up taking it apart to see if there was anything good inside that I could use for something else like the hard drive or something, I ended up not saving anything nothing worth saving.
IF you own one of these you have to look in the LG fourms for the software updates, there are a few on the product web page but the newest ones are in the LG forums, yes poor website also.

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  • Chris A.
  • 11/17/2010 10:26:26 AM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: 1 day to 1 week
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsworks good

Pros: easy to setup, works with mac and pc
itunes server works, great price. quiet operation
attaches extra usb drive to network

Cons: not blazing fast but good speed, only one usb port

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  • jacob b.
  • 10/22/2010 11:19:37 AM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: 1 day to 1 week
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsAmazing!!!!

Pros: 1) Super great price
2) Great web management
3) more options than I expected. You can create multiple users, setup each user with their own individual rights.
4) It's fast
5) very well built
6) it downloads torrents for you just give it the link!
7) it has power management settings for battery backup
8) comes with a domain gateway management system for free
9) good OS programming

Cons: Only con I think there is that there can only be one admin and you can not create an admin group. So I have to share my password with my friend if he needs to help me with it.

Other Thoughts: Please create a download section LG on you website. This product may be new but you need to put up the software just in case us techies need it and cant find our disks.

p.s. the OS and local USB storage take up almost 200gb. you can probably remove the local usb partition but its close to my main PC so it may come in handy. So 800gb + is plenty

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