Inside D-Link's xStack DSN-3200-10 iSCSI SAN array

We take a look into D-Link's 3U SAN array to see what makes it tick

Eight host Gigabit Ethernet connections are provided in total, along with a ninth Ethernet port for management purposes and an RS-232 diagnostic port.

Three power supplies ensure the xStack DSN-3200-10 SAN array won't go down if one of the supplies fails. A status light on each power supply indicates if it is operational or faulty; you can swap the faulty power supply for a new one without any downtime. The power supplies are rated at 400W each and are interchangeable with the DSN-2100-10 SAN array. D-Link quotes power consumption for the xStack DSN-3200-10 SAN array at 570W when fully configured, so it will require two of the power supplies to be functioning in order to operate properly.

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