Buffalo HS-DTGL/R5 Setup guide

Quick Setup Guide
TeraStation
HD-HTGL/R5 Series
Unpacking and Setup
This section provides unpacking and setup information for TeraStation.
Open the shipping carton of TeraStation and carefully unpack its contents. The
carton should contain the following items:
Main unit (TeraStation)
Ethernet Cable
Power Cord
TeraNavigator Installation CD
Quick Setup Guide (this user’s guide)
Warranty card
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If any items are missing or damaged, please contact the reseller or retailer from
which the product was purchased.
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TeraNavigator Setup
The setup of Link Navigator is performed using the following steps:
Insert the TeraNavigator
CD into the PC’s CDROM drive. Depending
on the PC’s configuration,
the EasySetup program
may launch. If it does
not automatically launch,
manually launch it by
pressing the ‘Start’ menu
and selecting the ‘Run...’ option. When the ‘Run’ dialog opens, type
x:\easysetup.exe (where X is the drive letter of the CD-ROM drive).
Press ‘OK’ to continue.
Link Navigator is now running.
Please press the ‘Setup
TeraStation’ button, then press
the ‘Start’ button.
The setup options appears.
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TeraNavigator Setup
Plug TeraStation’s power cord
into a power socket. Then,
connect the included Ethernet
Cable into the Ethernet port on
the back of TeraStation.
Switch the power switch on the
rear panel to the ‘ON’ position.
Press the power button on the
front of the TeraStation to turn it
on.
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Follow these setup instructions.
◗ Choose “Initial setup” from setup mode selection.
◗ Disk drive structure
There are four methods to configure disk drive structure. Select
preferred method.
Normal mode
Select this mode to use four 250GB hard drives individually.
Spanning mode
Select this mode to combine four 250GB hard drives as a one 1TB
hard drive.
Mirroring Mode RAID 1 (250GB×2)
Two pairs are created from the 4 drives as two separate 250 GB
shares. Data stored on each pair is mirrored automatically to the drive it
is paired with. Therefore, should a single drive fail, data is not lost as it
is also located on the mirrored drive of the pair. Drive replacement and
rebuilding of the Mirror should occur as soon as possible though. After
setting this mode, file transfer speed becomes slow down temporarily
flashing DIAG lamp.
RAID5 mode
Select this mode to combine three 250GB hard drives as one 750GB
hard drive. Other hard drive is used to store parity check data. When
one drive is damaged, other drives supports damaged drive until
replacing damaged hard drive. After setting this mode, file transfer
speed becomes slow down temporarily flashing DIAG lamp.
Caution:If you change the hard drive structure, the system formats
all the drives. Please backup stored data in the hard drives before
changing the hard drive structure.
◗ Administrator (admin) password
Note the following when entering a password.
- Enter up to 8 alphanumeric characters.
- The factory default setting password is “password”.
◗ The setup wizard saves the configuration details to a text file on the
computer´s desktop.
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Operate following steps referring setup instruction.
◗ The factory default settings are shown as below.
Hard drive structure mode: RAID5 mode (750GB)
IP address: Obtained from DHCP server
TeraStation name: HD-HTGL*** (*** depends on unit)
Administrator password: password
Click “Finish” button when “Setup complete” is displayed.
Network drive icon appears in “My Computer”.
Install other utilities from TeraNavigator CD.
Configuring TeraStation
The TeraStation configuration can be accessed through a web browser
for all of the advanced configuration options.
Please refer to the online manual on the TeraNavigator CD-ROM.
Congratulations, your TeraStation is now setup.
You can use the TeraStation as a local hard drive from the network drive
icon.
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Technical Specifications
LAN Standards:
IEEE802.3ab 1000BASE-T;
IEEE 802.3u 100BASE-TX; IEEE 802.3 10BASE-T
Transmission Types:
1000BASE-T 8B1Q4+PAM5; 100Mbps/10 Mbps;
100BASE-TX 4B/5B, MLT-3; 10BASE-T Manchester
Coding
Access Media:
CSMA/CD
Media Interface:
RJ-45
USB Standard:
USB 2.0
Hi-Speed (HS)
Full-Speed (FS)
Low-Speed (LS)
USB Connector:
USB A Connector (2)
Data Transmission Speed:
Max: 480 Mbps (HS Mode)
Max: 12 Mbps (FS Mode)
Electric Current:
5.0V
Power Consumption:
53W Maximum
Dimensions:
6.6 x 8.7 x 9.5 in (168.5 x 220.7 x 240.6mm)
Weight:
16 LB. (7.2 kg.)
Operating Temperature:
5-35 C; 20-80% non-condensing
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Technical Support
CE Mark Warning
This is a Class B product. In a domestic environment, this product may cause
radio interference, in which case the user may be required to take adequate
measures.
Technical Support
Buffalo Technology offers Technical Support between the hours of 9am-6pm
(GMT) Monday to Thursday and 9am-4:30pm (GMT) Friday for this product.
Customers in Europe can obtain Technical Support using the following
information:
◗ Online Help
Available on the enclosed AirNavigator CD.
◗ Web
www.buffalo-technology.com
◗ E-mail
helpdesk@buffalo-technology.ie
◗ Telephone
UK only: 08712 50 12 60
Elsewhere: +353 61 708 050
The constantly evolving state of wireless products and operating systems requires
Buffalo Technology to occasionally release updated software to take advantage
of new technologies and to comply with industry standards. For the most recent
software, firmware, driver, and technical whitepaper releases available, please visit
the Buffalo Technology website: www.buffalo-technology.com
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BUFFALO WARRANTY STATEMENT
Buffalo products come with a 2-year limited warranty from the date of purchase.
Buffalo Technology warrants in good operating condition for the warranty period.
This warranty does not include non-Buffalo Technology installed components. If
the Buffalo product malfunctions during the warranty period, Buffalo Technology
will, at its discretion, repair or replace the product at no charge, provided the
product has not been subjected to misuse, abuse or non-Buffalo Technology
authorized alterations, modifications or repairs. When returning a product,
include your original proof of purchase. Return requests cannot be processed
without proof of purchase. Shipment of returned product to Buffalo Technology is
the responsibility of the purchaser. All expressed and implied warranties for the
Buffalo product line including, but not limited to, the warranties of merchantability
and fitness for a particular purpose, are limited in duration to the above period.
Under no circumstances shall Buffalo Technology be liable in any way to the
user for damages, including any lost profits, lost savings or other incidental or
consequential damages arising out of the use of, or inability to use, the Buffalo
products.
Buffalo Technology reserves the right to revise or update its products, software,
or documentation without obligation to notify any individual or entity.
Important Notice
Please have your proof of purchase receipt to get warranty support. All defective
products shall be returned with a copy of proof of purchase.
In no event shall Buffalo Technology’s liability exceed the price paid for the
product from direct, indirect, special, incidental, or consequential damages
resulting from the use of the product, its accompanying software, or its
documentation. Buffalo Technology does not offer refunds for any product.
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