Iomega Storcenter Software

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  1. Mac Users: Shares on the Iomega StorCenter px6-300d will mount and appear on the Mac Desktop. PC Users: Shares on the Iomega StorCenter px6-300d will automatically be assigned a drive letter and will be available in the Network Drives section under My Computer. 8 Iomega StorCenter px6-300d.
  2. This tutorial uses unsupported features of the IOMEGA Storcenter ix4-200d. It worked for me but use it at your own risk! It should work (again, it is unsupported) on the ix2 Storcenter as well. Tutorial tested on IOMEGA Storcenter ix4-200d firmware
  3. Upgrading All Firmware on your Iomega IX2 or IX4 NAS Device. 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’. Iomega StorCenter ix12 BIOS: R01.
  4. This page contains information about installing the latest Iomega Zip 100MB USB driver downloads using the Iomega Driver Update Tool. Iomega Zip 100MB USB drivers are tiny programs that enable your ZIP Drive hardware to communicate with your operating system software.
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  • Desktop
  • 2TB
  • Marvell 6281 @ 1.0 GHz Processor
  • 1 x 10/100/1000M
  • 3 x USB2.0

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  • Warranty & Returns
  • Reviews

The Iomega StorCenter ix2-200 Network Storage, Cloud Edition offers content sharing with advanced security, and is ideal for small and remote offices, workgroups or home networks. Based on enterprise-class EMC storage technology, the StorCenter ix2-200 provides easy file sharing, iSCSI block access, and multiple RAID configurations for optimized data protection. The Iomega Personal Cloud offers unparalleled simplicity and versatility for data sharing and protection. Business users will appreciate the robust data protection features such as UPS support, print serving, folder quotas, rsync device-to-device replication, and user replaceable drives for business continuity and disaster recovery. The easy-to-use interface provides no-hassle management. Active Directory support and remote access round out the comprehensive business features. The StorCenter ix2-200 supports up to five Axis IP security cameras for basic video surveillance.

Home users benefit from the advanced media features such as the DLNA certified UPnP AV Media Server, PTP (Picture Transfer Protocol), torrent download compatibility, and Bluetooth upload. Award-winning backup software is included, and RSA BSAFE encryption ensures protected installs and upgrades. Supports PC, Mac and Linux clients and is VMware certified for NFS and iSCSI.

  • Iomega Personal Cloud Iomega Personal Cloud is the revolutionary technology that allows you to protect and share your data. Iomega Personal Cloud is a proprietary, web-based computing architecture that connects your Iomega StorCenter network storage devices to other individuals and/or devices via the Internet. Unlike public and private cloud applications, Iomega’s Personal Cloud technology is completely self-owned – so the content and accessibility is always under your control.
  • RAID Support The Iomega StorCenter ix2-200 Network Storage supports RAID 1, JBOD to ensure data integrity.
  • Gigabit Network Connection The Iomega StorCenter ix2-200 features a 10/100/1000Mbps Ethernet port to provide up to 10X the speed of most 100Mbps network connections and excellent usability for office and home networks.
  • iSCSI Support iSCSI target provides block-level access for the most efficient storage utilization, especially for backup, database and email application performance. It can be used in parallel with file-level storage access via CIFS/NFS.
  • Built in Audio Video Media Server UPnP DLNA Certified, the Iomega StorCenter ix2-200 provides the ability to stream photos, audio content and videos to a variety of media devices, such as game consoles (Microsoft Xbox 360, Sony PlayStation 3), audio bridges, iTunes players, picture frames, Iomega ScreenPlay products and more.
  • Other Functions Intelligent print serving capability allows you to share up to 3 USB printers connected to the StorCenter ix2-200, the Iomega ix2-200 also manages peer-to-peer file transfers without the need of a dedicated PC, you can perform hassle-free BT download in a convenient, power efficient way.

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IEEE 802.3, IEEE 802.3u


Port RJ-45
1 x 10/100/1000M
Port USB
3 x USB2.0
HDD Interface
2 x SATA (2 x Bay)


Form Factor
Operating System
Microsoft Windows XP or newer.
Mac OS X 10.4 or newer.
Linux: Redhat 9, Enterprise 4/5, Gentoo, Mandrake 10, Devian 4, FedoraCore 6/5, OpenSUSE 10.3
Marvell 6281 @ 1.0 GHz
Default/ Max. Memory

Hard Drive Performance

Included HDD Capacity


Supported Protocols
CIFS/SMB/Rally (Microsoft), NFS (Linux/UNIX), AFP/Bonjour (Apple), FTP, TFTP, HTTP, HTTPS, WebDAV, Windows DFS, SNMP.


AC Voltage 100-240 VAC


Ease of use
Simple Content Sharing
Remote Access
Active Directory Support
Replication / Device to Device Copy Jobs
Data organization and access
Uninterruptible Power Supply (UPS) Support
Built in Audio Video Media Server - UPnP DLNA Certified
Social Media Sharing made easy

Dimensions & Weight

8' x 5.6' x 3.7'
5 lbs.

Package Contents

Package Contents
Iomega StorCenter ix2-200 Network Storage
Ethernet cable
Power supply
Printed Quick Start Guide
Solutions CD with:
- StorCenter Manager software
- User Help Documentation
  • Warranty
  • Limited Warranty period (parts): 3 years
  • Limited Warranty period (labor): 3 years
  • Manufacturer Contact Info
  • Manufacturer Product Page
  • Support Phone: 1-888-516-8467
  • Support Website
  • Return Policies
    • Return for refund within: 30 days
    • Return for replacement within: 30 days
  • This item is covered by's Standard Return Policy.
Ownership: 1 month to 1 year

Pros: So far it has worked well , FW and software updates are easy , simple to set up and use . Lots of options , from recording remote cameras to watching the house while away , upload videos while on vacation , this is a great little device with plenty of storage .

Cons: none

Overall Review: A great little NAS , not the fastest , but for the price and features included well wort it . So far has been reliable , been on 24/7 for over 7 months and not one problem .

Ownership: more than 1 year

Pros: I like the pysical design and material. It has good software features when it works. Linux based and allows SSH access to CLI.

Cons: Hard drives run continuosly even when I am not accessing it. Runs very hot, and the fan doesn't seem to help if it runs at all. (Currently 56 C and fan at 0 RPM) Sometimes does not respond when trying to access data. I've changed the hard drives and still have the same issues.

Overall Review: I bought one of these refurbished from iomega and it lasted about a year. Then one day the web interface showed that one of my drives was new and I couldn't access any data stored on it. I have since purchased new hard drives and installed and configured them. It worked great until I put about 500 GB of data on it, now it slow to respond if at all, and still runs continuosly. The hard drives are always in there beating away. I have no idea what it is doing and the web interface does not show any indication. Thumbnails process seems to eat up 10 - 30 % of the CPU at any given moment. I'm looking for an alternative to iomega and Seagate.

Ownership: more than 1 year

Pros: I own 4 of these 4tb drives. plan on getting more.
Great solid construction. Fast data transfers. Good local USA company.

Cons: The hard drivea shorts out after about 3 years. would be nice if i could replace the drives with just any drive.

The hard drive should not be shorting out after 3 years. This is not something we have heard about routinely. Please contact our support department and lets see if we can find a solution for you. The contact information can be found on our web site here:
Ownership: 1 day to 1 week
Active Directory Users and Groupswifi sniffer software.

Overall Review: ok, if you are in a workgroup environment maybe.

Please contact our support department. There should be no issue assigning out user rights or access. You can find a number here:
Ownership: 1 week to 1 month

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Cons: None for the this model for the use it gets here.

Overall Review: For the price, you can't beat it. Free shipping and New Egg value.

Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
seemingly good product, watch your back

Hello, mikey did it -
First, thank you for providing your feedback. We really do appreciate it. The fan errors you report were, in all likelihood, unrelated. Tech Support requested that you update the device firmware because we had a minor reporting bug - the fan was working correctly, but the OS reported an incorrect error state. That issue was resolved in the update.
It sounds like the fan really did fail in the second time - fans are actually pretty reliable and we rarely see issues.
I am disappointed to hear that our tech support team didn't know or communicate to you that ix2-200 fan does not spin up until the internal temperature of the device reaches 59 C. We've found that this setting provides the best balance of protecting the internal drive and reducing noise. I will follow up with the agents and be sure that mistake doesn't occur again.
Thank you again for your feedback!
Ownership: 1 month to 1 year

Pros: The network drive concept is good, and, with the exception of Time Machine backups, it works well. It has many features that may be of interest (cloud server, talks to Facebook, Media server, etc.) -- I could care less about them but for others they may be of interest.

Cons: Time Machine does NOT work. The NAS is a Linux box, so the drive is formatted as such. Apple does not recognize any disk format other than Apple's. So Iomega creates a virtual drive on top of the Linux drive, that is an image of an Apple formatted drive. Time Machine writes to that. Each time, Time Machine worked flawlessly for a few days to no more than two weeks, until it hits a verification error. To protect me, Apple locks the backup making all files completely unusable, and insists that I delete the entire backup and start all over again. Once I do, go back to line one of my Cons. I have been working hard with Iomega for months to find a fix, have started and failed about one backup a week per machine (I have two iMacs, with a solid 1 Gbps network, high end cabling and switching). As this is the ONLY reason that I bought this drive, I give it a low rating.

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Overall Review: If Iomega fixes this problem, would rate this derive four stars. The missing star would be due to regular time-outs and access delays. I believe, but am not sure, that the delay is due to a too-slow controller (computer) on board the ix-200.
Iomega was not willing to tell what their expected transfer rate is to this device. But my testing, and reading in between Iomega comments, tell me that the highest expected transfer rate is about 200 Mbps, maybe as high as 220 Mbps. It is NOT network limited, it is device limited. So, if you have typical home networking and use, this drive is plenty fast enough; if you need high volume or high speed access, you will need to spend a lot more money.

Hi, Alaz -
In general, Time Machine works fine with the ix2-200 Cloud Edition device. Since Apple designed Time Machine for direct attached storage, we create a sparse bundle on the network storage products. This is standard practice for NAS, and it should work fine with the latest version of firmware. If not, please do keep working with Tech Support so we can isolate the root cause of the problem you are seeing.
Ownership: 1 week to 1 month

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Pros: Lots of features for a low cost.

Cons: iSCSI is slow. We had an OpenNAS built out of a Dell Precision 370 set up for iSCSI that was connected to a server running a scheduled ntbackup of about ~70GB. It worked great, but was bulky. We purhased the ix2-200 to replace it, also using iSCSI. Connected identically to the server as the OpenNAS device was, the backup would get 'delayed write failures' at every backup, and we had to revert to the OpenNAS to get good backups.

Overall Review: I would prefer the LDAP integration be via pass-through rather that by sychronizing accounts, but it's a small nitpick and seems to work fine once set up, so I don't feel justified in listing it as a 'con'. Device seems like it would work great as a NAS if performance is not an issue.

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The Iomega StorCenter ix2 is a network-attached storage (NAS) drive with a unique feature set. It's the first NAS drive we've tested that supports Bluetooth devices and it's also the first that doesn't offer remote, over-the-Internet access. It's also one of a few that is not user-serviceable; you're stuck with the two hard drives it comes with. On the bright side, the StorCenter ix2 is dead simple to set up and use--it just might be the easiest-to-use NAS server we've laid hands on. It's also compact and the first to support writing to external hard drives in NTFS format. If you need easy access over the Internet to your NAS, we'd recommend the Maxtor Central Axis or the Buffalo LinkStation Mini . Otherwise, at $299 the 1TB Iomega StorCenter ix2 is a decent investment for a home network. You can also get a 2TB version of the device for a reasonable $479.

Design and setup
The Iomega StorCenter ix2 is about as compact as a NAS server can get with two internal hard drives; it's barely larger than two 3.5-inch hard drives put together. The StorCenter ix2 comes with two 500GB hard drives or two 1TB drives, but you can't replace the hard drives yourself.

On the front there are two blue status lights, one for power and the other for drive activity. These lights are very bright, enough to be annoying in a dark room. On the back, you'll find a Gigabit Ethernet port and two USB 2.0 ports. The device has a small cooling fan inside, which is very quiet.

Setting up the StorCenter ix2 is painless. Once hooked to the network, we followed the included CD and after a few clicks and a few minutes, everything was done--including two network drives being mapped to the NAS' default share folders: Public and Backup.

The setup process also installs the Iomega StorCenter Manager software, which helps add new USB devices connected to the NAS server, shows the network drives, and launches the Web-based interface where you can further customize the settings of the StorCenter ix2. Other than using the Iomega StorCenter Manager, you can also access the ix2 using Windows Explorer the way you would access another computer in a local network.

The Web interface is robust and easy to use, comparable with that of the Synology DS107+ or the Zyxel NSA-220.

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The StorCenter ix2 comes with EMC Retrospect Express HD backup software. The software, though easy to use, is very limited. Other than the content of My Documents and Desktop folders, you can't choose to back up any other folders on the hard drive unless you choose to back the entire hard drive altogether.

The StorCenter ix2 supplies many popular NAS features save one: remote access via the Web. Iomega says it might add this feature later via a firmware update. On the other hand, the StorCenter ix2 includes a feature that we've never seen before on a NAS drives: Bluetooth support. It doesn't come built-in, but rather via a USB adapter that you'll need to insert into one of the StorCenter's USB ports. We tried it with a Kensington USB Micro Bluetooth adapter, and it worked the moment we plugged it into the NAS server. We were able to send images from different cell phones directly into the NAS server and they were immediately available to other network users. Bluetooth access is on way; there was no way for the phone to get anything from the NAS server.

The USB 2.0 ports of the StorCenter let you extend the storage capacity by connecting an external hard drive. To our pleasant surprise, the NAS supports read and write access to external hard drives formatted in either FAT32 or NTFS format. This is the first time we've seen a NAS drive that supports both read and write to NTFS external hard drives; most support only read access, some don't even offer support at all.

Other features of the StorCenter include support for media servers (including UPnP, DLNA, and iTunes), a print server, and a security camera. The media server and print server worked well during our tryout and were easy to set up, thanks to Iomega's well-organized and intuitive Web interface. The security camera feature, however, was very limited. The NAS server supports only one network camera at a time, and it can only record based on schedule, not motion detection, as found in the Synology DS107+. Nonetheless, we tried it with an Axis network security camera, and it worked as intended. The Web-based page for the camera also works well with the iPhone and the iPod Touch. We were able to view the live video on an iPhone via a Wi-Fi connection. The security camera feature of the StorCenter ix2 works better as a tool that keeps tab on kids, rather than as a surveillance system.