Just released – RAIDiator 4.2.18 (x86)
July 29, 2011
July 26, 2011
The RAIDiator 4.2.18 (x86) has been pulled due to the fact that any AFP-enabled share will inadvertently obtain guest access, allowing anyone on the LAN access to your AFP-enabled shares. If you have updated to 4.2.18, you can go through each of the AFP-enabled shares and disable guest access to close this security hole. In the meantime, we are preparing a 4.2.19 beta release that fixes this hole as well as provide OS X Lion compatibility. We apologize for any inconvenience.
July 14, 2011
NETGEAR is pleased to announce the release of RAIDiator 4.2.18 (x86), the latest firmware for the following ReadyNAS network attached storage products:
- ReadyNAS 2100
- ReadyNAS 3100
- ReadyNAS 3200
- ReadyNAS 4200
- ReadyNAS Ultra 2/Plus
- ReadyNAS Ultra 4/Plus
- ReadyNAS Ultra 6/Plus
- ReadyNAS Pro 2
- ReadyNAS Pro 4
- ReadyNAS Pro 6
- ReadyNAS Pro Business Edition
- ReadyNAS Pro Pioneer Edition
- ReadyNAS NVX
- ReadyNAS NVX Pioneer Edition
The simplest way to update is to use the System/Update/Remote tab in Frontview. If you prefer, you can choose to do a local update by first downloading the new image here: RAIDiator-x86-4.2.18. We recommend that you update your ReadyNAS to this latest RAIDiator release to ensure your ReadyNAS is running with all the latest bug fixes and enhancements.
WARNING: If you update to 4.2.18, you will NOT be able to go back to 4.2.15 or earlier due to the automatic change in the partition format to support 3TB+ hard disks.
The following are changes since RAIDiator 4.2.17.
New features and enhancements
1. Enhanced AFP and Time Machine support to work with Mac OS X Lion.
2. Added RAID 10 support for ReadyNAS 1500, 2100 v1, NVX, and NVX Pioneer.
1. Reduced background volume task priority to avoid starving iSCSI.
2. Fixed ReadyNAS Pro 6 inadvertently powering up when WOL is disabled.
3. Fixed ReadyNAS Remote not working from factory default.
4. Updated ReadyDLNA with various bug fixes.
- Once you upgrade to this release, you cannot downgrade back to 4.2.15 or prior releases.
- IE 6 no longer supported. Please update to IE 7 or 8.
- Volume expansion will not work beyond 16 TB. To support 16 TB or greater, you’ll have to factory default with that capacity in place.
- Snapshot resizing is disabled in the release. We will re-enable this feature in a future update.
- If you have previously configured an SNMP monitored UPS and attach a local USB UPS, the USB UPS will be monitored by the ReadyNAS. To switch back to SNMP monitoring, disconnect the USB UPS and then re-enter the IP address of the SNMP monitored UPS device.