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Chapter 1

Installation Guide

1

1.1

Hardware Install (NA) 1

1.2

Software Configure 1

1.3

Start to Enjoy Powerful Services of your NAS 9

Chapter 2

Manage NAS with WebGui

9

Chapter 3

System Setting 11

Chapter 4

Network Configuration 15

Chapter 5

Share Management 17

Chapter 6

UPnP Media Server 29

Chapter 7

FTP Server 29

Chapter 8

Device Configuration 35

8.1

Partitions

35

8.2

Hard Disk 36

8.3

USB Devices 36

Chapter 9

Downloader

37

Chapter 10 Tools 40

10.1 Reboot 41

10.2 Update 41

42

10.4 Log 43

Chapter 11 USB Print Server 43

44

11.2 Windows 2000/XP/2003 Standard TCP/IP Port Printer Installation 44

11.3 Configure each computer print to NAS 49

10.3 Reset to Factory

11.1 Verify Printer and Network Readiness

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For the users who first time use NAS product, please do the basic installation according to this guide. To the users who are familiar with the NAS setup, please refer to the corresponding chapters directly.

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After checking the system status normally as above, please follow the quick install wizard to configure your NAS.

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b) Open a web browser and enter ““““http://NAShttp://NAShttp://NAShttp://NAS”””” into the address field in the browser, where “NAS” is the name of your NAS.

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time

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may

occur:

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using

a

web

browser

to

access

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NAS

or

save

a

file,

the

display

time

of

the

action

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be

incorrect.

 

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time

of

event

log

displayed

will

be

inconsistent

with

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actual

time

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the

LAN

where

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will

act

as

a

DHCP

server

and

allocate

dynamic

IP

address

to

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clients

in

LAN.

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y

ou

can

t

set

the

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of

IP

addresses

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by

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server

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lease

time

 

of

NAS

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4.2

4.2

4.2

DDNS

DDNS

DDNS

DDNS

Click

System->

System->

S

System->

ystem->

DDNS

DNS

DDNS

D

DDNS

,

it

will

let

you

to

e

nable

Dynamic

DNS

Service,

and

changeip

enter

the

user

name,

password,

s

DDNS

server.

(Enter

into

and

you

registered

 

and

apply

in

account,

www.changeip.com.

password

and

free

DDNS.)

This

system

only

supports

one

DDNS

provider:

What

What

What

What

To

is

is

is

is

DDNS(

DDNS(

DDNS(

DDNS(

Dynamic

Dynamic

Dynamic

Dynamic

Domain

Domain

Domain

Domain

set

up

a

server

on

the

Internet

Name

Name

Name

Name

System

System

System

System

)?

)?

)?

)?

and

enable

users

to

access

it

easily,

a

fixed

and

easy-to-remember

domain

name

is

often

required.

However,

if

ISP

provides

only

dynamic

IP

address,

the

IP

address

of

the

server

will

change

from

time

to

time

and

is

difficult

to

recall.

You