Dns 320 firmware

Dns 320 firmware DEFAULT

Alt-F

Alt-F is a free and open source alternative firmware for the DLINK DNS-320/320L/321/323/325/327L and DNR-322L.

Alt-F has Samba and NFS; supports ext2/3/4, BTRFS, VFAT, NTFS and ISO9660 filesystems; RAID 0, 1, 5 (with external USB disk) and JBD; supports up to 8TB disks; rsync, ftp, sftp, ftps, ssh, lpd, DNS and DHCP servers, DDNS, fan and leds control, clean power up and down...and more.

Alt-F also has a set of comprehensive administering web pages, you don't need to use the command line to configure it (screenshots).

Besides the builtin software, Alt-F also supportsadditional packages on disk, including its own, ffp and Entware-ng packages, that you can install, update and uninstall using the administering web pages. Debian can also be installed under Alt-F but has to be used from the command line.

Alt-F is being developed and tested on a DNS-323-rev-A1/B1, a DNS325-rev-A1, a DNS-320L-rev-A1 and on a DNS-327L-rev-A1 hardware boards. Other models and boards are said to work.

Sours: https://sites.google.com/site/altfirmware/

D-Link DNS-320

kay my problem was using the carriage return to separate lines on the instruction page. I entred the instruction set as one long rambling input LOL.
Seems to be working somewhat please find below the output…….. It stuck on something it cant find………

As well it appears to be attempting port forwarding not through the router .0.1 but through a pc, .0.35

[16:58:12.093] Transmission 2.32 (12523) started (session.c:704)
[16:58:12.093] RPC Server Adding address to whitelist: 127.0.0.1 (rpc-server.c:805)
[16:58:12.093] RPC Server Adding address to whitelist: 192.168.0.* (rpc-server.c:805)
[16:58:12.093] RPC Server Serving RPC and Web requests on port 127.0.0.1:9091/transmission/ (rpc-server.c:982)
[16:58:12.093] RPC Server Whitelist enabled (rpc-server.c:986)
[16:58:12.094] RPC Server Password required (rpc-server.c:989)
[16:58:12.094] UDP Failed to set receive buffer: requested 4194304, got 217088 (tr-udp.c:75)
[16:58:12.094] UDP Please add the line “net.core.rmem_max = 4194304” to /etc/sysctl.conf (tr-udp.c:80)
[16:58:12.094] UDP Failed to set send buffer: requested 1048576, got 217088 (tr-udp.c:86)
[16:58:12.094] UDP Please add the line “net.core.wmem_max = 1048576” to /etc/sysctl.conf (tr-udp.c:91)
[16:58:12.094] DHT Generating new id (tr-dht.c:309)
[16:58:12.094] Using settings from “/mnt/HD/HD_a2/.transmission-daemon” (daemon.c:488)
[16:58:12.095] Saved “/mnt/HD/HD_a2/.transmission-daemon/settings.json” (bencode.c:1721)
[16:58:12.095] transmission-daemon requiring authentication (daemon.c:508)
[16:58:12.095] Port Forwarding (NAT-PMP) initnatpmp succeeded (0) (natpmp.c:72)
[16:58:12.095] Port Forwarding (NAT-PMP) sendpublicaddressrequest succeeded (2) (natpmp.c:72)
[16:58:15.111] Port Forwarding (UPnP) Found Internet Gateway Device “http://192.168.0.35:80/UD/?3” (upnp.c:113)
[16:58:15.111] Port Forwarding (UPnP) Local Address is “192.168.0.55” (upnp.c:115)
[16:58:15.111] Port Forwarding (UPnP) Port forwarding through “http://192.168.0.35:80/UD/?3”, service “urn:schemas-upnp-org:service:WANIPConnection:1”. (local address: 192.168.0.55:51413) (upnp.c:221)
[16:58:15.111] Port Forwarding (UPnP) Port forwarding successful! (upnp.c:224)
[16:58:15.111] Port Forwarding Forwarded (port-forwarding.c:93)
[16:59:01.385] DHT Attempting bootstrap from dht.transmissionbt.com (tr-dht.c:247)
[17:00:01.742] DHT dht.transmissionbt.com:6881: Name or service not known (tr-dht.c:125)
[17:01:35.297] DHT dht.transmissionbt.com:6881: Name or service not known (tr-dht.c:125)

This seems to be an issue.

[17:00:01.742] DHT dht.transmissionbt.com:6881: Name or service not known (tr-dht.c:125)
[17:01:35.297] DHT dht.transmissionbt.com:6881: Name or service not known (tr-dht.c:125)
[17:03:16.899] DHT dht.transmissionbt.com:6881: Name or service not known (tr-dht.c:125)

and are these signficant ‘Failed’ comments below or did the daemon fix them??
[16:58:12.094] UDP Failed to set receive buffer: requested 4194304, got 217088 (tr-udp.c:75)
[16:58:12.094] UDP Please add the line “net.core.rmem_max = 4194304” to /etc/sysctl.conf (tr-udp.c:80)
[16:58:12.094] UDP Failed to set send buffer: requested 1048576, got 217088 (tr-udp.c:86)
[16:58:12.094] UDP Please add the line “net.core.wmem_max = 1048576” to /etc/sysctl.conf (tr-udp.c:91)
[16:58:12.094] DHT Generating new id (tr-dht.c:309)
[16:58:12.094] Using settings from “/mnt/HD/HD_a2/.transmission-daemon” (daemon.c:488)
[16:58:12.095] Saved “/mnt/HD/HD_a2/.transmission-daemon/settings.json” (bencode.c:1721)

Sours: https://nas-tweaks.net/devices/d-link-dns-320/
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ShareCenter® 2-Bay Network Storage Enclosure, (2) 3.5" Bays, SATA, RAID 0/1, Gigabit Ethernet Port, USB Print Server

  • Standards
  • IEEE 802.3 10Base-T Ethernet
  • IEEE 802.3u 100Base-TX Fast Ethernet
  • IEEE 802.3ab 1000Base-T Gigabit Ethernet
  • Support Hard Drive Type
  • 3.5" Internal SATA Hard Drive
  • Ports
  • 1 x 10/100/1000 Gigabit Ethernet
  • 1 USB Port
  • Power
  • Drive Management
  • Four Different Hard Drive Configurations (RAID 0, 1, JBOD, Standard)
  • Drive Status with E-mail Alerts
  • Drive Quotas
  • Power Management
  • Device Management
  • Internet Explorer® v6 or other Java-enabled Browsers
  • LEDs
  • Power
  • LAN
  • HDD 1
  • HDD 2
  • Certifications
  • FCC Class B
  • CE
  • Power Supply
  • External Power Supply
  • DC 12V / 4A Switching
  • Power Consumption
  • Normal Mode: 15.7 W
  • Sleep Mode: 8.2 W
  • Power Management
  • Power Saving 
  • Schedule Power Off
  • Auto Power Recovery Support
  • Operating Temperature 
  • 30º to 104º F (0º to 40º C)
  • Operating Humidity
  • 10% to 95% Non-Condensing
  • Dimensions (W x D x H)
  • Item: 4.5” x 6.9” x 5.8” (115mm x 175mm x 149mm)
  • Packaging: 8.14” x 11.18” x 7.48” (206.76mm x 283.97mm x 189.99mm)
  • Minimum System Requirements
  • Computer with: 
  • • 1GHz Processor
    • 512MB RAM
    • 200MB of Available Hard Disk Space
    • Windows® 7, Windows Vista® or Windows® XP SP2**
    • CD-ROM Drive to View Product Documentation and Install Software
  • Package Contents
  • ShareCenter 2-Bay Network Storage with USB Printer Port
  • Power Adapter
  • Ethernet Cable
  • Quick Installation Guide
  • CD ROM with:
  • • Installation Wizard
    • Product Documentation

 

Hard drive(s) not included with DNS-320 model. DNS-320-110 includes 1 x 1TB SATA drive. An internal 3.5" SATA drive is required to store or share files and must be formatted before use. RAID 0 and RAID 1 require the use of two (2) SATA drives. To avoid drive incompatibility in RAID 0 or RAID 1 operation, use SATA drives from the same manufacturer. Formatted drive capacity for RAID 1 operation is dependent on the drive capacity of the lower-sized drive. May not work with older generation SATA drives. For a list of SATA drives that have been tested to work with the DNS-320 visit the FAQs section.

Use of an FTP Server over the Internet does not provide secure or encrypted transmissions, unless the end user enables SSL authentication in their FTP client.

D-Link cannot guarantee full compatibility or proper playback with all codecs. Playback capability depends on the codec support of the UPnP AV media player.

24/7 Basic Installation Support is available only in the USA for the first 30 days from date of original purchase.

D-Link makes no warranty as to the availability, reliability, functionality, and operation of the iTunes Server feature.

*3-Year Limited Warranty available only in the USA and Canada.

**Computer must adhere to Microsoft's recommended System Requirements.

All references to speed and range are for comparison purposes only. Product specifications, size, and shape are subject to change without notice, and actual product appearance may differ from that depicted on the package. See inside package for warranty details.

Sours: https://dlink.secure.force.com/ShareCenter/products/DNS-320
What opensource NAS firmware are compatible with the D-Link DNS 320?

Remote Backups allows you to back up your device to another ShareCenter Pulse or Linux Server or vice versa from a remote ShareCenter Pulse or Linux Server to your D-Link DNS-320 device. Click the Create button in the remote backups list to start a wizard where you can configure the Remote Backup functionality.

Note: If you are going to backup from this NAS through the internet as the source content of the backup setting, then make sure that the Remote Backup Server is checked and set with a password. If the ShareCenterTM is connected to a router, you will need to configure the router to forward port port 22, 873 to the IP address of this ShareCenterTM.

Enable remote backup service:

Check this box to enable the remote backup server functionality to that a remote NAS or Linux.

Note: If you are not using the Remote Backup functionality leave this box unchecked so that your device performance will not be affected by the additional overhead used by this process.

Password: Enter a password that the remote client will use.

Remote Backups list: This is the list of remote backup jobs built by pressing the Create button above the list to
configure each job.

Create: Click the Create button to build a new remote backup job.

Modify: Click to make changes to your existing Remote Backup jobs in the Remote Backup list. You must select the remote backup job first and then click the Modify button.

Delete: To remove a Remote Backup job select the job in the list and then click the Delete button.

Remote Backups – Create wizard

When you click the Create Button above the Remote Backup list this wizard will launch allowing you to configure a new Remote Backup job.

Wecome: Displays the steps of the wizard.

Service Type: NAS to NAS: Backup from the local NAS to a remote NAS or vice versa.

NAS to Linux: Backup from the local NAS to a Linux file system or vice versa.

Local to Remote: Sets the backup source as the local NAS and the target destination for the backup files as the remote NAS or Linux file system.

Remote To Local: Sets the backup source as the remote NAS or Linux file system and the target destination for the backup files as the local NAS.

Local Settings: Task (Name): The name used to refer to the backup job which will be listed later in the Remote Backup list.

Folder Path: Select a local network share folder or file as the target or source for the backup job.

Remote Settings:

Remote IP: The backup process uses Rsync protocol and needs to know the IP address of the destination source or target device for the backup. Input the IP of the remote NAS or Linux file system.

Enable Encryption: Checking this box will enable SSH encryption of the files that are transferred (backed up) over the network between the local and remote devices.

Ignore existing file(s): Checking this box prevents the backup process from writing over any files in the target file system that are not part of the backup files or folders. Therefore any existing files in the target system are preserved.

Incremental backup support Num (#): Checking this box provides multiple backup-capability at scheduled times. The first backup in an incremental series captures all the files for backup. Subsequent backups are incremental in that only the files and the folders that have changed in the backup source since the last incremental backup will need to be backed up. Each incremental backup builds a complete snapshot of the backup source however only the initial backup contains all the original files and folders. The subsequent backups in the incremental series contain new files and folders plus the links to the first incremental backup.

Remote Settings:

Remote Path: Using the drop-down menu, select the file system (folder) path to the remote target or source system for backup.

Schedule Settings:

Manual: Check either Yes or No selection below to start the backup (yes) immediately on completion of the wizard or (no) manually start the backup from the Remote Backup list.

Once – Select this option to run the Remote Backup once at a specific date and time set.

Scheduled: Select this option to set the backup to occur daily, weekly, or monthly per a specific schedule.

Tags: DNS-320, Network Storage, Remote Backups

Sours: http://www.dlink.cc/tag/dns-320

Firmware dns 320

Alt-F

Alt-F provides a free and open source alternative firmware for the DLINK DNS-320/320L/321/323/325/327L and DNR-322L.

Alt-F has Samba and NFS; supports ext2/3/4, VFAT, NTFS, BTRFS; RAID 0, 1, 5 (with external USB disk) and JBOD; supports up to 8TB disks; rsync, ftp, sftp, ftps, ssh, lpd, DNS and DHCP servers, DDNS, fan and leds control, clean power up and down... and more.

Alt-F also has a set of comprehensive administering web pages, you don't need to use the command line to configure it.

Besides the built-in software, Alt-F also supports additional packages on disk, including ffp and Entware packages, that you can install, update and uninstall using the administering web pages

Alt-F is being developed and tested on a DNS-323-rev-A1/B1, a DNS325-rev-A1, a DNS-320L-rev-A1 and on a DNS-327L-rev-A1 hardware boards. Other models and boards are said to work.

Support Forum: http://groups.google.com/group/alt-f
Homepage: http://sites.google.com/site/altfirmware

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  • This is great. Alt-F allowed me to bring back to life my old DNS320L nas, with many extra functionalities. It is now the centre of my home network, where I run my DHCP server, monitoring tools, file sharing and DLNA server! What else could I ask for? Well, just to update a bit some of the packages, some of them are pretty old.

  • Excellent. I used it for my (very) old DNS-320 and it is working now.

  • DNS-320L A4 is working too! Please update compatible devices, i was many time thinking if do it cause not appears like compatible. Finally i decided to try and works great! Thanks!

  • This is freek'n amazing firmware! I have an Epson 3170 scanner from 2004 which I use at least weekly and two really old D-link NAS units stuffed with 8TB hard drives running AltF. Everything else is loooooong dead and gone! The one negative review for this AltF+F firmware makes me laugh and giggle every time I read it; I guess that's why I wrote this comment.

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Get the Most from Your DNS-325 with a Firmware Update

Deboostrap debian

Run Debian on DNS320

Everything here comes essentially from:

Other links:

My original DLink firmware version: 2.03

DISCLAIMER NOTICE

  • I'm not responsible for bricked devices, dead SD cards, thermonuclear war, or you getting fired because the alarm app failed (like it did for me...).
  • YOU are choosing to make these modifications, and if you point the finger at me for messing up your device, I will laugh at you.
  • Your warranty will be void if you tamper with any part of your device / software.

If you want to:

  • Only run chrooted Debian Squeeze from USB key using fun_plug, follow those instructions
  • RECOMMANDED FIRST: Boot Debian from USB key keeping original U-Boot (needs Serial Port use), follow those instructions
  • Boot Debian from USB key with lastest U-Boot (needs Serial Port use), follow instructions below.

For Debugging/Testing:

Format to ext2

Extract Debian

Only boot files:


Debugging/testing

Serial pinout

At the prompt, press then (can be done before). You should see u-boot prompt:

First, keep current u-boot parameters:

Keep the content of output. This will be a useful reference if you want to restore any u-boot parameters.

Hint: press then type to quit.

NB: Newer stock versions of u-boot cannot boot the original D-link kernels!

From Marwell console, add delays with ping before reboot, so you can switch serial to kwboot

Try to boot with following commands :

UBIFS partition is not ready yet, it should fail to load from it (see ubifs setup bellow). It should fallback to USB image load.

New default boot commands try to load from USB FAT partition, just change to load from ext2.
The option had became (in Debian-land, at least). StackExchange

Hint: press then type to quit.

configuration

file is already configured to load Flat Image Tree (FIT) uImage from UBIFS partition first, and fallback to USB on failing.

Notes:
See created by to know how to build FIT uImage and how it is copied to UBIFS.

10% by default, fit it to 32M
Because of a bug with , it doesn't work with argument, use instead...

If everything is OK, copy to USB key, then:

First, keep current new u-boot parameters:

Keep the content of output. This will be a useful reference if you want to restore any u-boot parameters.

Reset env ands save them:

From u-boot shell, create UBI partition and volume:

WARNING! following commands erase everything on nand partition

Boot debian, then run:

It builds uImage and copies it to Nand UBIFS partition

Reboot and u-boot should load uImage from UBIFS partition.

Load uImage and boot

Source: https://docs.khadas.com/vim3/LoadImagesWithUBootViaTFTP.html

Load u-boot.kwb anf flash

Source: https://docs.khadas.com/vim3/LoadImagesWithUBootViaTFTP.html

Sours: https://github.com/ggirou/dns320

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