THECUS N7700PRO NAS SERVER DRIVERS FOR WINDOWS DOWNLOAD
THECUS N7700PRO NAS SERVER DRIVER DETAILS:
|File Size:||40.3 MB|
|Supported systems:||Windows 10, Windows 8.1, Windows 8, Windows 7, Windows 2008, Windows Vista|
|Price:||Free* (*Free Registration Required)|
THECUS N7700PRO NAS SERVER DRIVER
Thecus N7700PRO NAS Server ensure quality of service, the NPRO also comes equipped with link aggregation with The result is a zero network downtime and increased reliability for NPRO users. The NPRO also brings a huge selection of useful features to the table. To keep multimedia moguls happy, the NPRO can act as a media server, iTunes server, and photo web server at the drop of a hat. I did spend many hours frustrated and confused as to what the heck was going on.
Seemed easy enough - create 2TB targets VMware limit So you'd expect to be able to go to the VI client - scan for new storage after iSCSI configuration and be presented with two targets - one from each device. Well that's not what happened.
What happened is I was presented with one target that contained two paths as if multipathing was enabled. After much research and head banging, I found out that the problem lies in the way the Ns create the target path.
So when you create Target 1 on device 1 Thecus N7700PRO NAS Server then create Target 1 on device 2, if you break down the name that's created, you'll see one portion is identical - which is what VMware apparently uses to identify storage. And unfortunately, there is no way to edit this name that's been generated. Thankfully there is a decent working, permanent solution.
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First - create all the iSCSI targets you want on the first device. For example, if you want 4 targets on device 1 and 4 targets on device 2 - you create the first four targets on device one. Then you create four 'bogus' targets on device 2.
After the bogus targets are created, create your 'actual' targets, the ones you intend to keep. With this feature, the NPRO can automatically switch to Thecus N7700PRO NAS Server second Gigabit Ethernet port should the first one fail for any reason.
To ensure quality of service, the NPRO also comes equipped with link aggregation with The result is a zero network downtime and increased reliability for NPRO users. The NPRO also brings a huge selection of useful features to the table. During firmware upgrade process, it is imperative that user do not turn off the power to Thecus Thecus N7700PRO NAS Server or close the browser. This will lead to catastrophic result.
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Go back and upgrade the firmware again. “Thecus NPRO is a well rounded 7-bay NAS server, with a neat and quality designed main board that is integrated with quality supported components.
N Ultimate Network Attached Storage (NAS server). Stackable Storage and iSCSI Ready; Speed Without Compromise; RAID Expansion and RAID Level.