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Can I create volumes larger than 2TB?


Can I increase my MicroNet device’s volume capacity?


I have a MicroNet RAID. How can I address multiple volumes?


All Micronet RAID Products active as of May 2011 support multiple logical volumes, with the following caveats:

  1. eSATA host ports must support port multiplier addressing and FIS based switching, and will address up to 5 volumes per port. Micronet sells eSATA host bus adapters that offer this functionality- for more information visit http://store.micronet.com/raidcards.aspx  or your Micronet authorized reseller.

  2. RAIDBank4 models can map up to 4 volumes to either eSATA or USB ports. 

  3. PlatinumRAID Pro can address up to 3 “normal” (<2tb) independent LUNs-1 mapped to the eSATA port and 2 mapped to the FireWire port. only one of the volumes mapped to the FireWire ports can be visible over USB. The LUN mapped to the eSATA port can be one of the LUNs mapped to FireWire. PlatinumRAID Models can address up to 2 "normal" (<2tb) volumes mapped to the FireWire port. Only one of the volumes mapped to the FireWire ports can be visible over USB. The LUN mapped to the eSATA port can be one of the LUNs mapped to FireWire. 


I'm trying to install the PCI-Express eSATA card in my Dell Poweredge 2450 (or other brand of Intel 5000 based server) but the card is not seen by my system.


I’m trying to access my MicroNet RAID using the front panel. When I push enter, it asks me to verify the password. I defined a password, and I enter it, but then the ENT key just moves the cursor over another space and the arrow keys change the characters to use and the ESC take me back to the IP Address screen.


The LCD front panel not responding

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