I have suddenly lost access to my NSS326 recently. I can't access the web interface, the NAS won't boot up and the display has the message "Mount Volume Please wait...". I've let it sit for days (based on what I've read on other discussions) with no luck. All of the led indicators are green. I tried booting without any of the disks and it said No Disk 0.0.0.0. I put the disks back in and it has the same message on trying to boot up.
Any ideas on what I could try. The support on this device ended back in 02/2012, so a Customer Service rep asked me to try the online forums.
It appears that at least one person was able to find that the DOM was corrupt on his NAS and he resolved it using rather unconventional means. (Read entire thread) I will let you decide if this is something that you wish to try.
Keep in mind that the unit has a 5 year hardware warranty, so if you find that there is a hardware failure please contact support for replacement: www.cisco.com/go/sbsc
You can SSH to the NAS from the ethernet port. For advanced information about what can be done I recomend that you check the QNAP forums, since the device was manufactured by them. They have a very active community and many users seeking advanced troubleshooting information. The comparable QNAP model is TS-659 Pro+ and it has an Intel processor.
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