Just released – RAIDiator 4.1.4
September 24, 2008
NETGEAR is pleased to announce the release of RAIDiator 4.1.4, an update firmware for the ReadyNAS network attached storage product lines. This is a minor update mainly to fix support for the new 1.5 TB disk drives.
This release will work with ReadyNAS 600, X6, 1000S, 1100, NV, NV+, and Duo, and can be updated easily from FrontView. 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-4.1.4. We recommend that you update your ReadyNAS to this latest RAIDiator release unless you are affected by the limitations noted at the bottom of this announcement. Please do keep in mind that once you upgrade from RAIDiator 3.x or earlier, you will not be able to revert back to anything prior to RAIDiator 4 without reformatting your ReadyNAS.
The following are changes since RAIDiator 4.1.3.
- Fixed support of the 1.5 TB capacity disk drives for installation and expansion.
- Updated rsync to version 3.0.4 for better compatibility.
- Fixed some issues with FTP backups.
- Fixed share passwords always being shown as empty.
- Fixed issue where share passwords could not be removed.
- Under Safari 3, if you change the admin password in Frontview, you will see a blank window. Simply close the browser, and use RAIDar Setup button to reconnect to the ReadyNAS. You will not see this problem with Safari 2.
- Network wireless PCI and USB devices are not supported in this release. If you need this support, please do not update to the RAIDiator 4 release. Keep in mind that if you need wireless support, you can connect the ReadyNAS to a wireless router (majority of people do this) or a wireless bridge.
- In Share security mode, if you have specified a share password, you will not be able to access this share under Vista unless you follow the workaround here.
- In Share security mode, if you have specified a password for the media share, ReadyNAS Photos will connect to the ReadyNAS only if Username is left blank, and you specify the share password.