I have a the ReadyNAS Duo and can no longer "see" the device on the network. The NIC appears to be dead. I've restarted the device, connected to a different switch and have tried different ethernet cables, but get no light on the NIC. What are my options w/the data on the disks?
Thanks in advance!
I believe it's running 4.2.28, since that's the most recent firmware on my desktop and it's a DUO
If it's a sparc based Duo
- it will be running 4.1.x firmware (NOT 4.2.x)
- the front chassis will say Duo
If it's an arm based Duo
- it will be running 5.3.x firmware
- the front chassis will say Duo v2
If it's running 4.2.28, then it's either an Ultra-2 or a Pro-2, and not a Duo at all.
The sparc-based Duo is called a v1 here; the arm-based Duo is called a v2 here. I suspect you have a v1 (because of the -100NAS in the part number).
Apologies for the confusion, it read DUO on the front chassis.
I downloaded R-Linux and attached the drive to a Windows machine, but the only things read are the basic drive properties:
Drive Type - Physical Drive
Name - ASMT 2115 0
OS Object - \\.\PhysicalDrive1
But I'm not able to see anything else...also, this is my first time using R-Linux, so I'm not sure if there are settings that need to be modified.
Thanks for the help!
I'm just wondering if I have options with the data on the drives - I can't imagine the information is lost. Any help is greatly appreciated.