Iomega Storcenter Ix2 200 Cloud Edition Firmware
Acrorip 64 Bit here. I’ve been running an Iomega IX4 in my home vSphere lab 24×7 for the past two years and have found it to be a nice reliable NAS device. Though like with anything regular maintenance is required whether this be removing the dust or fluff from the fan at the back or keeping the firmware up-to-date. The latter being the topic of this blog post. The Iomega IX2 or IX4 NAS has two parts to it than can have firmware revisions applying to it. The first is the most obvious and is for the actual IX4 unit itself. You can check to see the current firmware revision of your IX2 or IX4 by clicking on the Dashboard tab of the IX’s web based management interface, see below. UPDATE THE IX DEVICE FIRMWARE To check to see if your IX NAS device is running the latest firmware version you have a couple of options.
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Either visit the ‘Support’ section of the and select your model of Iomega NAS device or click on the ‘Settings’ tab and then on the ‘Update’ icon (below). After clicking on the ‘Update’ icon you’ll be presented with a screen that shows the current firmware revision and a link to the ‘Iomega Software Update Web Site’. By clicking this link you’ll be taken through to the Iomega site where you can then navigate to the ‘Support’ section and download any required firmware revision. The following is a list of the recent firmware updates available along with a description of the main enhancements and fixes for each.
Hi Ely, From the firmware version number you provided it would appear that you have mixed the updating the hard drives method (via USB pen/key drive), and updating your actual ix2’s firmware. The StorCenter ix2-200, Cloud Edition — Firmware Version 188.8.131.52101 (see: )is for the ix2’s firmware and not the drives contained within the unit. To update this firmware you’d typically use the web based management interface to do this, and not use a USB key/pen drive.
Have you tried restarting your ix2 and then accessing the management console again via its IP adddress? Cheers, Simon.
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