Iomega NAS400u and NIC Teaming

Posted on 2006-05-31
Last Modified: 2012-05-05
Hello experts, I have an Iomega NAS400 and wanted to know if anyone has setup NIC teaming on this box. The documentation states that it is supported but I can't find any white papers on the topic.
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    Hey, I found the anwser myself and wanted to post a follow-up. You need to install a broadcom untility that is in a temp folder on the C: drive. Then for insurance boot the box into vga mode and team the NICs using the broadcom utility. If you search the iomega support site for "nic teaming" you will find a white paper on this or try the link below.

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