The WD My Cloud NAS, as of February 2015, is marketed in three sizes, from 4TB to 8TB, using a pair of Seagate hard disk drives. It can also be bought as an empty enclosure. This can be attached to a network through gigabit ethernet, or directly to a computer via USB 2.0. File access is provided for all computer systems, via CIFS/SMB, NFS and AFP.
The WD My Cloud NAS is aimed at the small office and home user market, offering user accounts with quotas. It also allows remote access through the mydlink™ Access-NAS service. Using the two hard disk drives, this unit also offers RAID 0 and RAID 1, striping and mirroring, offering either an increase in speed, or redunancy.
The most common problems encountered with such a cloud system are:
- D-Link Cloud dropped
- D-Link Cloud disk drive clicks repeatedly
- D-Link Cloud access is slow
- Logical low-level data failure
- D-Link Cloud will not appear on the network
- Unable to login into system
- Data deleted or lost
- D-Link Cloud keeps restarting/rebooting
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