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The 4TB My Cloud EX2 2-Bay Personal Cloud Storage Server from Western Digital is a 2-bay network attached storage device designed to be the central location where you store and backup your data. Simply insert the drives into the My Cloud EX2 and utilize a variety of RAID configurations including RAID 0, 1, JBOD, and spanning modes to suit your specific storage needs. This server also comes equipped with a 1.2 GHz processor and 512 MB of DDR3 RAM ensuring smooth operation even under the most demanding conditions.
Whether using the My Cloud EX2 on a Windows or a Mac based computer you can rest assured your data will remain secure with a variety of backup options including RAID 1, USB, cloud or LAN/WAN backup options. Simply attach the server to your network via the integrated Ethernet port located on the back of the device. Once connected, you can utilize the many apps that let you manage your data at home or on the go, and even receive notifications with regard to the status of your data and your drives via email and mobile alerts.
While the My Cloud EX2 can be used as a media storage device, it also comes equipped with features including iSCSI target, FTP services, jumbo frame support, iPv4/iPv6 support, UPS support (USB and network), real-time resource monitor, volume encryption with boot-up password, SNMP and virtual volumes. Each of these features ensures the My Cloud EX2 can be deployed in a variety of business environments, as it can support a wide number of network protocols, a variety of file systems, and much more all while keeping your files secure with Active Directory support and 256-bit AES volume encryption.
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Additional parameters of the WD 4TB My Cloud EX2 2-Bay Personal Cloud WDBVKW0040JCH-NESN:
1 x Gigabit Ethernet 2 x USB 3.0 Ports
2 x 3.5 inch hard drive bays, hot swap capable, trayless design
512 MB DDR3
35 x 35 mm, 9,500 rpm
Windows 8.1 or earlier, Windows 7, Windows Vista or Windows XP (SP 3) operating systems Mac OS X Mavericks, Mountain Lion, Lion or Snow Leopard operating systems DLNA/UPnP devices for streaming Router with Internet connection
Supported Web Browsers
Internet Explorer 8 or higher Safari 6 or higher Firefox 21 or higher Google Chrome 27 and later on supported Windows and Mac OS platforms
DHCP client or static IP NTP client Dynamic DNS (DDNS) Apple Bonjour and Windows Rally Jumbo frame support VLAN (802.1Q) UPnP port forwarding iPv4/iPv6 iSCSI SSH
Network File Services
OS Supports: • Windows XP Home/ Pro (SP 3) • Windows Vista/7/8 (all versions) • Mac OS X Mavericks, Mountain Lion, Lion and Snow Leopard CIFS/SMB for Windows, Mac OS X and Linux NFSv3 for Linux and UNIX AFP for Mac OS X Microsoft Distributed File System (DFS) WebDAV Server
Active directory support for Windows server 2003/ 2008/ 2012 Volume encryption (256 bit AES)
EXT4 for internal HDD Supports the following formats for externally attached USB drives • FAT/FAT32 • NTFS (read and write capability) • HFS+J (case sensitive) • Linux EXT2, EXT3, EXT4
Support port setting Set port range of passive FTP Option to report external IP in PASV mode Client language selection Anonymous FTP Secure FTP support Support File eXchange Protocol (FXP) FTP bandwidth restriction (upstream/downstream) IP address block (block access from undesired IP address)
HTTP downloads from a URL to a user specified folder on the NAS FTP downloads of files or folders from an FTP server to another files/folders on the NAS P2P torrent download manager
RAID 0/1; JBOD; spanning RAID migration: • JBOD to RAID 1 Hot swapping (RAID 1) Disk roaming Array roaming
Drive spin-up/down (including attached WD USB drives) Automatic power recovery Scheduled power on/off Graceful shutdown on UPS low battery Fan control Network UPS Wake On LAN
My Cloud and WD Photos mobile apps My Cloud desktop app Web access
Max no. of users: 512 for Samba, 800 for ADS Max no. of user groups: 64 for Samba, 200 for ADS Max no. of network shares:128 Supports up to 10 concurrent CIFS connections User/group assignment for network sharing/FTP Quotas for groups or users Assignment of users to multiple groups Batch assignment of users to groups Batch user creation Importing users (CSV delimited format)
Remote backups: Backup to a My Cloud EX2 or My Cloud EX4 locally or remotely Apple Time Machine support Backup internal files or folders of the device to other files/folders on the NAS Cloud-based backup services • Amazon S3 (http://aws.amazon.com/s3/) • ElephantDrive (http://home.elephantdrive.com/welcome/wdc/) Disk sync management for the attached USB ports
Alert notifications • Event UI messages • UI alerts (with message acknowledgment required) • Email notices • QuickView pop-up messages Network recycle bin • Supports Windows CIFS • Supports Apple AFP System/FTP log (syslog client) HTTP/S (web) administration interface (HTTP server) Firmware upgrade Configuration backup and restore SNMPv2 System information • CPU percentage • RAM usage • Network performance
Supports UPS monitoring Supports external storage device Supports MTP (Media Transfer Protocol) and PTP (Picture Transfer Protocol)
UPnP AV media server (Twonky v7.2) DLNA 1.5 certification Supports WD TV Live, Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, Windows 8, connected TVs, Blu-ray players & digital picture frames iTunes support
iSCSI target • CHAP authentication • iSNS (Internet Storage Name Service) • Up to 64 iSCSI targets Volume virtualization: NAS can be configured as an iSCSI initiator and capable of mapping any iSCSI target of the other device to be one virtual volume. • Virtual disk drive (via iSCSI initiator) • Max number of virtual disk drives supported is eight
AC input voltage: 100 V to 240 VAC AC input frequency: 50 to 60 Hz DC output voltage: 12 VDC, 3 A
Operating Temperature: 41 to 95°F / 5 to 35°C Non-Operating Temperature: -4 to 149°F / -20 to 65°C
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