Network Cache Changer – Release Notes
This bulletin provides additional instructions for installing the DRM-6NX Network Cache Changer on to a network.
Please review the full installation procedure enclosed with the unit as well as this document prior to installing the
1. Information in the Operating Instructions regarding the usage of the Reset Button (rear panel) is incorrect. The
Changer does not reboot automatically after pushing this Reset Button. Please turn the DRM-6NX OFF then
back ON again to restore the factory default settings (page.49).
2. The default caching level is "Mirror". To reset the caching mode, change the caching level before you insert the
3. If a drive error occurs during caching/reading, the activity is canceled and the drive and/or discs are disabled.
Restart the Changer to clear this condition.
4. When identical discs are loaded, only the first disc is available while the duplicate discs are ignored. The disc
icon is shown with no volume name at each entry in the Discs & Drives view.
5. With multiple external DRM-6324Xs connected, you must insert each new magazine separately. Only insert
another magazine after the caching activity on the original magazine is complete.
6. All cached data on the HDD is cleared when restoring the DRM-6NX to the default settings.
7. After upgrading the DRM-6NX with new firmware, you must restore the default setting prior to using the unit.
8. Use the ARP and PING commands consecutively to set the IP address on the DRM-6NX. The IP address may
be changed 30 minutes after the server is started. It is best to wait for confirmation from Web Browser before
issuing the commands. For additional information, please check the Operating Instructions, ARP Command
Help (page 15).
9. Some brands of 100Base switching HUBs cause the Collision LED to light at 3 seconds intervals.
10. Some HUBs do not signal the Link LED to light. Please reconnect the cable until this LED is lit.
11. This product does not support some CD-R discs written with packet writing. (The DRM-6NX does not support
ISO9660 Level 3 discs, which contain multi extent files. Using these discs cause multiple duplicate filenames to
appear in a directory).
12. This product does not support caching DVD discs.
13. The Detailed View in Network Setting appears in a sub-window size when seen on an SVGA monitor. Therefore,
the OK and Cancel buttons located on the bottom of the window are hidden behind the Windows 95 or NT Task
14. Only the Administrator may use a Web Browser to eject a magazine including when the Eject button is
physically locked (page 37).
15. Volumes Access Type are always Read Only. Refer to the File Rights page in the Operating Instructions (page
16. UNIX (NFS) settings do not appear in the Wizard. You can change the UNIX (NFS) settings using the Detailed
View in Network Settings (page 25).
Pioneer New Media Technologies, Inc., Engineering Support
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