Philips SPD8025CC NAS 750 GB External Hard Disk

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Table of Contents
Your Philips NAS........................................................................................ 3
What’s in the box..................................................................................................................................................................................... 3
Optional Components (not included).......................................................................................................................................... 3
Before you start .......................................................................................... 4
Setup precautions..................................................................................................................................................................................... 4
How to find warranty information? ................................................................................................................................................ 4
WEEE mark: “Information to the Consumer”. ......................................................................................................................... 4
Disposal of your old product............................................................................................................................................................. 4
WARNING.................................................................................................................................................................................................. 5
Overview ........................................................................................................ 6
Connect........................................................................................................... 7
How to connect your Philips NAS to your network router ............................................................................................ 7
Install.................................................................................................................. 9
How to install your Philips NAS on your Windows PC..................................................................................................... 9
How to install your NAS on your Apple Mac....................................................................................................................... 13
Configure ......................................................................................................15
How to access the administration console (PC).................................................................................................................. 15
How to access the administration console (Apple Mac)................................................................................................. 15
How to configure your NAS........................................................................................................................................................... 17
Enjoy ................................................................................................................22
Enjoy your Philips NAS ...................................................................................................................................................................... 22
Explore your NAS through the Internet Enjoy your FTP server................................................................................. 23
Stream your multimedia content over your network Enjoy your UPnP server ................................................ 26
Enjoy your USB host............................................................................................................................................................................ 28
More of your NAS ..................................................................................29
Enjoy your NAS as external storage device............................................................................................................................ 29
How to enjoy your NAS (without a wizard) ......................................................................................................................... 29
Maintenance ................................................................................................31
Firmware update.................................................................................................................................................................................... 31
Troubleshooting........................................................................................33
Online help / Frequently Asked Questions............................................................................................................................. 33
How to reset your NAS.................................................................................................................................................................... 33
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Your Philips NAS
To fully benefit from the support that Philips offers, register your product at www.philips.com/welcome
What’s in the box
A. NAS
B. Vertical stand
C. Power adapter
D. Power cable
E. Network cable
F. Software CD
(Including manual)
G. Quick Start Guide
Optional Components (not included)
Philips USB Storage Drive
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Before you start
The machine does not contain any user-serviceable parts. Please leave all maintenance work to qualified
personnel.
Setup precautions
Finding a suitable location
ƒ Place the set on a flat, hard and stable surface. Do not place the set on a carpet.
ƒ Do not position the set on top of other equipment that might heat it up (e.g., receiver or amplifi er).
ƒ Do not put anything under the set (e.g., CDs, magazines).
ƒ Install this unit near the AC outlet and where the AC power plug can be reached easily.
Space for ventilation
ƒ Place the apparatus in a location with adequate ventilation to prevent internal heat build up. Allow at
least 10 cm (4”) clearance from the rear and the top of the set and 5 cm (2”) from the left and right
to prevent overheating.
Avoid high temperatures, moisture, water and dust
ƒ Apparatus must not be exposed to dripping or splashing.
ƒ Do not place any sources of danger on the apparatus (e.g., liquid fi lled objects, lighted candles).
How to find warranty information?
Browse to the Philips warranty folder on the hard disk or look on www.philips.com/support
You need Adobe Reader software to open these files. If you don’t have Adobe Reader, you can
download it for free on www.adobe.com.
The Philips warranty may not apply if damage is caused by accidents, shock, misuse or neglect.
“The making of unauthorized copies of copy-protected material including computer programs, files,
broadcasts and sound recordings, may be an infringement of copyrights and constitute a criminal
offence.This equipment should not be used for such purposes.”
WEEE mark: “Information to the Consumer”.
Disposal of your old product
Your product is designed and manufactured with high quality materials and components, which can be
recycled and reused. Please inform yourself about the local separate collection system for electrical and
electronic products, including those marked by the crossed-out wheel bin symbol. Please act according to
your local rules and do not dispose of your old products with your normal household waste.
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WARNING
Plastic bags can be dangerous
To avoid danger of suffocation, keep this bag away from babies and small children.
Although this product has been designed with utmost care for long-lasting performance.
Philips does advise you to handle electronics with good care: Avoid contact with water, exposure to
extreme forces.
Please make sure you place the device in a well-ventilated environment, to ensure longest possible
lifetime and optimal performance.
Philips does not provide any data recovery services and cannot under any circumstance be held
responsible for loss of data. It is the customer’s responsibility to back-up all data stored on the Philips
disk.All data will be deleted when offering the product to Philips for service.
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Overview
1.
2.
3.
4.
Status LED
Status indicator
Activity LED
Activity indicator
On/low power button
Switches the Power of the NAS on/low power
Reset button
Resets the NAS
LED behavior:
Drive off
NAS is powering up
Drive on
NAS activity
1.
2.
3.
LED 1 (Status)
Off
Blinking
On
On
LED 2 (Activity)
Off
Blinking
Off
Blinking
USB Port
Host 2.0 USB Port
Ethernet Port
RJ-45 socket for Ethernet network cable (10/100/1000 Mb/s)
DC in 5V/12V
Power supply socket
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Connect
How to connect your Philips NAS to your network
router
Need help?
Refer to the documentation that came with your router for information about:
ƒ The devices that you can connect to your router.
ƒ The type of cables that you can connect to your router.
Connect to your network
1. Connect the network cable to your NAS and
to your router
Use the router ports which are mostly labeled 1
2 3 4.
2.
Take the power adapter and plug the
connector of the power cable into the
POWER port of the device.
3.
Plug the power cable into the adapter and the
power outlet.
4.
The NAS will automatically power up.
If the blue LED is not on, press the power button
to switch the NAS on.
LED behavior and buttons
1. Status LED:
On: drive is on
Blinking: please wait as the device needs
some time to start.
Off: drive is off
2.
Activity LED
3.
On/Low power button
4.
Reset button
See also ‘Overview
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5.
Wait until the status LED stops blinking.
(Approximately 1 minute).
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Install
How to install your Philips NAS on your Windows PC
CAUTION
ƒ Never unplug the power cable or data cable when the NAS is still running. This might lead to data
loss.
ƒ Always use the power button on the front of your NAS to switch it on/off.
Need help?
Refer to the documentation that came with your operating system for information about:
ƒ How to install programs on your PC
Software Installation
1. Insert the NAS installation CD.
2.
The Philips installation wizard will
automatically start
Please run ‘philips.html’ on the NAS installation
CD, if installation does not automatically start.
3.
Select a language
4.
Select ‘Install NAS’
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You may see some security warnings. Choose
Yes/Run/Allow to continue.
5.
Select ‘Next’ to continue
6.
Accept the Software end user license
agreement
Select ‘Next’ to continue
7.
8.
9.
Select a destination where the software
should be installed
Select ‘Next’ to continue
10. Select a Start menu folder
11. Select ‘Next’ to continue
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12. Select ‘Create a desktop icon’
13. Select ‘Next’ to continue
14. Select ‘Install’ to continue
15. Click ‘Finish’ to end the installation of the
wizard and start the network Storage wizard
Windows Vista will generate an additional
warning. Click ‘Continue’ to start the network
Storage Wizard
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Network storage wizard
16. The application ‘Philips network storage
wizard’ will automatically start
For Windows Vista you need to double click the
proposed link
Make sure your NAS is connected and has
completely finished its startup procedure (the
status LED is continuously on)
Change the language if necessary
17. Click ‘Next’ to continue
18. Your NAS will automatically be detected
If your NAS is not automatically detected, check
your connection and make sure your NAS is
powered up and press the ‘Refresh’ button
19. Assign a drive letter to your NAS
(drive mapping)
Default assignment is last available drive letter
20. Click ‘Next’ to continue
21. Select the first and second option to create a
desktop icon to manage and explore your
NAS
22. Click ‘Close’ to finish installation
Install the wizard and follow above steps on all PC’s
on your network, which need to access the NAS
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How to install your NAS on your Apple Mac
CAUTION
ƒ Never unplug the power cable or data cable when the NAS is still running. This might lead to data
loss.
ƒ Always use the power button on the front of your NAS
Need help?
Refer to the documentation that came with your Apple Mac information about:
ƒ How to install external devices your Apple Mac
1.
2.
Click ‘Go’ at top of the screen.
Choose ‘Connect to Server’.
3.
Check the label on the back of the NAS for
‘NETBIOS’
4.
Enter ‘smb://’ followed by the ‘NETBIOS’
name you found in the previous step in the
server address field.
(example : smb://SPD8020-A89205)
5.
6.
Click ‘Connect’ to continue
Your NAS will automatically be detected
7.
8.
Select ‘public’ in the drop down menu
Click ‘OK’ to continue
Install your NAS on all computers on your network
that may access the NAS.
9.
You may have to enter your network
password.
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10. You can now access your network hard disk,
which is shown as ‘Public’.
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Configure
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It is recommended that you configure your NAS on first use.
How to access the administration console (PC)
1.
Use the ‘Manage’ button in the Philips
network storage wizard to open the NAS
administration console
Or use the ‘Manage’ shortcut on your desktop
If no shortcut was created during installation, run
the installation wizard as mentioned in the
chapter ‘How to install your NAS’, and make
sure that you select the first and second option
to create a desktop icon to manage and explore
your NAS after mapping it.
2.
A popup will appear, where you need to fill in
your administration console user name and
password
Factory setting user name: admin
Factory setting password: admin
See ‘How to reset your NAS’ if you have lost your
password
How to access the administration console (Apple Mac)
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This will only work if you first completed ‘How to install your Philips NAS on your Apple Mac’
1.
Click ‘Go’ and choose ‘Utilities’.
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2.
Click on ‘Terminal’.
3.
4.
Enter this text:
arp –a
5.
Check label on the back of the network hard
disk for ‘MAC’
6.
Find the line where the MAC address matches
with the one found in step 5
(‘:’ are added, leading zeros left out).
The
00903EA89205
from step 5 is shown here as
0:90:3E:A8:92:5
7.
Remember the IP address mentioned before
the MAC address
8.
Start your internet browser and enter the IP
address from step 9
9.
Enter the password for the web interface of
your network hard disk
Factory setting name: admin
Factory setting password: admin
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10. The administrations console of your NAS
opens, allowing you to configure your
network hard disk
How to configure your NAS
System management – Information
Here you can find general information on your
NAS after you logged in, such as:
System Information:
System Name
IP Address
Subnet Mask
Workgroup
Firmware Version
Date
Uptime
Total Storage
Available Storage
System management – Setup
Here you can configure general settings
Date and Time
You can either enter the date and time manually
or enable an internet time server.
To enter the date and time manually:
1. Disable ‘set Clock from internet time server
(NTP)’
2.
3.
Fill in the correct date and time
Select accept to confirm your changes
To use the internet time server :
1. Enable ‘set Clock from internet time server
(NTP)’
2. Fill in one of the below mentioned time server
addresses in the NTP server field
(corresponding with your region)
3. Select accept to confirm your changes
Make sure you are connected to the internet, when
you use the internet time server
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Region
North America
Europe:
Australia:
Asia Pacific
NTP Server
123.163.4.102
192.5.41.41
192.5.41.209
207.200.81.113
208.184.49.9
129.132.2.21
130.149.17.8
128.250.36.3
137.189.8.174
Languages
To change the default language:
1. Select your language in the drop down menu
2. Select ‘accept’ to confirm your changes.
Administrator
To change the default administrator password:
1. Fill in a new password in the password field
2. Retype the same password in the confirm
password field
3. Select accept to confirm your changes.
See ‘How to reset your NAS’ when you have lost this
password.
Enable FTP Server
To enable the FTP function:
1. Select ‘Enable FTP Server’
See ‘Enjoy your FTP server’ for more information.
System management – LAN Setup
To change the default network settings of your
NAS:
System Name
1. Fill in a new system name (hostname) in the
System name field
If you change the system name of your NAS, you
need to run the Philips network storage wizard
again to detect your NAS and map it.
Assign IP settings
1. Select ‘Automatically assign IP settings
(DHCP)’ or ‘Manually assign IP settings’
2. When set on ‘manually’, you can configure the
fields:
IP Address
Subnet Mask
Default Gateway
DNS Server
Workgroup
1. Fill in a new Workgroup in the Workgroup
field
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Enable WM5
1. Select enable or disable to activate/deactivate
the Windows Mobile 5 function
This enables connections to PDA's (that have
Windows Mobile 5 running and are connected
via WiFi to your home network). It is therefore
recommended to have it standard on.
DDNS
1.
Select enable or disable to activate/deactivate
the DDNS function
2. When enabled configure the fields
DDNS Service
DDNS Username
DDNS Password
DDNS Host name
DDNS Period
For more information see ‘Enjoy your FTP server’
System management – Disk Setup
Here you can find disk information, such as:
Volume name
Status
Type
Total Size
Free Size
System management – Media Server (UPnP)
To enable the media server function:
1. Select ‘Enable Media Server’
For more information see ‘Enjoy your UPnP server’
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File sharing
To configure your file sharing options:
1. Click on ‘public’
2.
Choose a comment
Only letters or numbers are allowed
Default is : Defaultshare
3.
Choose whether you want to password
protect your shared folder
4.
Enter a password in the password fields to
protect your shared folder
When you have lost this password you can enter
a new password here
This option does not change the password that is
needed to access the administration console
5.
Select accept to confirm your changes
For more information see ‘Enjoy your FTP server’
General Setup – Firmware Update
To update your firmware see ‘Firmware update’
General Setup – Reset
Standby
1. Select ‘Standby’ to put your NAS in low
power mode
To switch on the NAS use the power/low power
button
2.
When the Current System Status (at the
bottom of the screen) says ‘The system is in
Low power mode’ close the administration
console
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Restart Server
As this option only partially resets your NAS, it is
recommended that you do not use this option
Please refer to ‘How to reset your NAS’ for more
information on how to reset the server
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Enjoy
Enjoy your Philips NAS
Need help?
Refer to the documentation that came with your operating system for information about:
ƒ How to install programs on your PC
1.
2.
3.
Make sure your NAS is connected to your
router
Make sure your NAS has completely finished
its startup procedure (the status LED is
continuously on)
If the NAS is not powered, press the power
button to switch it on.
Starting takes around 1 minute.
Explore the content of your NAS
1. Use the ‘Explore’ button in the Philips
network storage wizard to explore the
content of your NAS
Or use the ‘Explore’ shortcut on your desktop
If no shortcut was created during installation, run
the installation wizard as mentioned in the
chapter ‘How to install your NAS’, and make
sure that you select the first and second option
to create a desktop icon to manage and explore
your NAS after mapping it.
2.
Fill in your ‘File sharing’ password and login
when ‘Protect Shared Folder’ has been
enabled
See subchapter ‘File sharing’ on how to set /
reset your password
3.
Explore the content of your NAS
Explore the content of your NAS installation CD
1. Insert the NAS installation CD
2. The application ‘Philips network storage
wizard’ will automatically start
Please run philips.html on the NAS installation
CD, if installation does not automatically start.
3.
After language select, a menu will appear
where you can find: the NAS installation
software, Philips Intelligent Agent software,
this manual, warranty information and
information on where to find online help
4.
Make your selection
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Explore your NAS through the Internet
Enjoy your FTP server
What is FTP
Your NAS has FTP capabilities. FTP (File Transfer Protocol) is used to transfer data from one computer
to another over the Internet, or through a network. In this chapter you will find more information on
how to configure your NAS for FTP
Need help?
Refer to the documentation that came with your router for information about:
ƒ How to enable remote user access
ƒ How to configure automatic redirection of your public IP address to an internal IP address
ƒ How to enable port forwarding
Enable your NAS
The NAS configuration should not be done remotely
1.
Make sure your NAS and router are
connected and switched on
2.
Use the ‘Manage’ button in the Philips
network storage wizard to open the NAS
administration console
Or use the ‘Manage’ shortcut on your desktop
If no shortcut was created during installation, run
the installation wizard as mentioned in the
chapter ‘How to install your NAS’, and make
sure that you select the first and second option
to create a desktop icon to manage and explore
your NAS after mapping it.
3.
Fill in administrator User name
(factory setting: admin)
4.
Fill in administrator Password
(factory setting: admin)
See ‘How to reset your NAS’ if you have lost your
password
5.
Select ‘System Management’
6.
Select ‘Setup’
7.
Select ‘Enable FTP Server’
8.
Select ‘Accept’
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9.
Select ‘File sharing’
10. Click on ‘Public’
11. Click ‘Accept’
12. Enter a password in the password fields to
protect your shared folder
When you have lost this password you can enter
a new password here
This option does not change the password that is
needed to access the administration console
13. Click ‘Accept’
14. Go to ‘System Management’
15. Go to ‘LAN setup’
16. Select ‘Manually assign IP settings’
You need this IP address for configuring your
router in a later step
By switching to ‘Manually assign IP settings’ you
prevent problems with your network
17. Click ‘Accept’
What is DDNS
To explore your NAS through the internet you need to know your public IP address. This address is
dynamic and can change from time to time. By enlisting for a DDNS service provided by a third party,
you alias a dynamic IP address to a static hostname, allowing your NAS to be more easily accessed from
the Internet
18. Enable ‘DDNS Enable’
19. Select a DDNS service provider in the drop
down box
20. Click on ‘Go To Provider Site’
21. Register yourself for DDNS services at the
service provider’s website (for example the
free service DynDNS)
DDNS Username, Password and Hostname are
provided during the registration process
22. Complete the fields, with the DDNS service
information provided during above mentioned
registration process:
DDNS Username
DDNS Password
DDNS Host Name
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23. Fill in the DDNS Period
Recommended value to use for the update
period is at least 600 (=600 s) to prevent a free
DDNS service account from expiring due to
inactivity (e.g. after 30 days)
24. If the DDNS service is working properly, the
DDNS status field will provide confirmation
(date, time and IP address)
What is port forwarding
Port forwarding is an option which can be enabled in your router. It forwards remote users from a public
IP address/hostname to the NAS
Enable your router
1. Configure your router to open TCP port 21,
connecting that port to the IP address of the
NAS
In general this is done in the NAT table / virtual
server in your router. See your router manual for
details
IP address of the NAS is the IP Address
mentioned in the administration console in the
tab ‘System Management - LAN setup’
Example
Default port for FTP is TCP 21, other ports are
possible but you need to configure your router
and FTP settings accordingly
Explore your NAS through the Internet
Enjoy your FTP server
1. Open your web browser
2.
In the address bar, type ‘FTP://’ followed by
your DDNS Hostname
Example: ‘FTP://nas.dyndns.org’
You have obtained your DDNS hostname during
DDNS service registration as described above
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3.
Fill in ‘File share’ User name
(factory setting: public)
4.
Fill in ‘File share’ Password
(factory setting: public)
5.
Unselect ‘Log on anonymously’
6.
Select ‘Save Password’
7.
Select ‘OK’
When you share your FTP information such as: IP address, DDNS hostname, login and/or password
with third parties, these parties could be able to read, change and delete data stored on your NAS
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Stream your multimedia content over your network
Enjoy your UPnP server
What is UPnP
Your NAS has UPnP capabilities. This means it can stream video, music and photos to a UPnP compatible
network media player. When you enable the media server in your NAS, it will be automatically detected
by your UPnP compatible network media player(s).
Need help?
Refer to the documentation that came with your UPnP enabled device for information about:
ƒ How to enable UPnP enabled devices to access your NAS
Enable your NAS
1. Use the ‘Manage’ button in the Philips
network storage wizard to open the NAS
administration console
Or use the ‘Manage’ shortcut on your desktop
If no shortcut was created during installation, run
the installation wizard as mentioned in the
chapter ‘How to install your NAS’, and make
sure that you select the first and second option
to create a desktop icon to manage and explore
your NAS after mapping it.
2.
Fill in administrator User name
(factory setting: admin)
3.
Fill in administrator Password
(factory setting: admin)
See ‘How to reset your NAS’ if you have lost your
password
4.
Select ‘System Management’
5.
Select ‘Media Server’
6.
Select ‘Enable Media Server’
7.
Select ‘Accept’
You might need to configure your UPnP compatible
media player(s), to enable it/them to access your NAS
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Need help?
Refer to the documentation that came with your router / UPnP enabled device for information about:
ƒ How to configure your UPnP enabled device(s)
ƒ How to access with your UPnP enabled device a UPnP server
Stream your multimedia content over your
network
Enjoy your UPnP server
1.
Make sure your NAS is connected, switched
on and properly configured for UPnP
2.
Make sure your router is connected, switched
on and properly configured
3.
Make sure your UPnP enabled device is
connected, switched on and properly
configured
4.
Enjoy your media files via your UPnP enabled
device
Supported formats
Video
Audio
Picture
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AVI
MPG
VOB
WMV
MP3
OGG
WAV
WMA
GIF
JPG
PNG
TIFF
Not all files in the above mentioned formats will play, as they might need new codecs, which are not
supported
Examples of Philips UPnP enabled devices
23IF9946/12
42PF9830/69
SL400i
SLA5520
SLM5500
WAC3500
WAK3300
Streamium TV
Jaguar HeTV
Wireless Multimedia Adapter
Wireless Music Adapter
Wireless Multimedia Adapter
Wireless Music Center
Wireless Music Station
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Enjoy your USB host
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Only USB storage devices can be connected to the NAS USB port
Depending on the file system (FAT32, NTFS) of the USB device, which is connected to your NAS
USB port, you can read or write on it
FAT32 : Read and Write access
NTFS : Read-only access
1.
Attach a USB hard disk to the USB 2.0 host
port of your NAS
Printers, webcams or other USB devices are not
supported
2.
Wait 1 minute for the NAS to recognize the
attached USB hard disk.
3.
Start the Philips network storage wizard.
Or choose:
‘Start’
‘(All) Programs’
‘Philips’
‘network storage wizard’
4.
Confirm the drive letter (or choose another
one).The last available letter is proposed.
5.
Choose ‘Next’.
6.
Enjoy
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More of your NAS
Enjoy your NAS as external storage device
Need help?
Refer to the documentation that came with your PC / Apple Mac for information about:
1. The devices that you can connect to your PC / Apple Mac .
2. The type of cables that you can connect to your PC / Apple Mac .
Connect directly to your PC or Apple Mac
1. Connect the supplied adapter to the NAS and
the power outlet
2.
Connect the network cable to your NAS and
to your PC / Apple Mac
3.
See chapter ‘Install’ for instructions on how to
install your NAS on PC / Apple Mac
4.
Enjoy your NAS as external storage device
How to enjoy your NAS (without a wizard)
1.
Go to Windows Explorer
2.
Select ‘Tools’
3.
Select ‘Map network drive’
4.
Check the label on the back of the NAS for
‘NETBIOS’
The ‘NETBIOS’ name is unique for each network
device.
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5.
Enter ‘\\’ followed by the ‘NETBIOS’ name
you found in the previous step in the folder
field.
(example : \\spd8020-A89205)
6.
Select ‘Reconnect at logon’ to reuse this
mapping after restarting your computer
7.
Click ‘Finish’
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Maintenance
Firmware update
CAUTION
1. Never turn off your NAS during the firmware update procedure. This may damage your device. If for
any reason (E.g. Power supply failure during firmware update) the procedure fails, you may not be
able to operate your device.
2. Always use Philips firmware.
Option 1 – Automatic firmware download
The Philips Intelligent Agent searches automatically
the correct update for your drive in only a few simple
steps
1.
Visit the Philips Intelligent Agent website at
www.storageupdates.philips.com/en/pia.html
2.
Read the instructions mentioned on the page,
on how to install and run the Philips Intelligent
Agent
3.
Proceed at ‘Firmware update’ below
The Philips Intelligent Agent can also be found on your
installation CD
Option 2 – Manual firmware download
1. Visit the Philips support website at
www.philips.com/storageupdates
2.
Go to the section of the NAS
3.
Download the latest firmware (zipfile) to your
PC
4.
Proceed at ‘Firmware update’ below
Firmware update
1. Extract the firmware image file from the zipfile
2.
Connect your NAS to your network
3.
Switch on the NAS
4.
Use the ‘Manage’ button in the Philips
network storage wizard to open the NAS
administration console
Or use the ‘Manage’ shortcut on your desktop
If no shortcut was created during installation, run
the installation wizard as mentioned in the
chapter ‘How to install your NAS’, and make
sure that you select the first and second option
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to create a desktop icon to manage and explore
your NAS after mapping it.
5.
Fill in User name (factory setting: admin)
6.
Fill in Password (factory setting: admin)
See ‘How to reset your NAS’ if you have lost your
password
7.
Select ‘General Setup’
8.
Select ‘browse’ to search for the image file to
be uploaded. (firmware.bin)
9.
Select Update firmware
10. The NAS will upload the last firmware, and
the upload process can be followed with the
process bar at the bottom of the page:
11. After the NAS uploaded the image file, it will
mention: ‘File Uploaded’, Rebooting’
12. To complete the firmware update close
Windows explorer and wait until the NAS is
rebooted.
Starting takes around 1 minute.
Shutting down takes around 10 seconds
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Troubleshooting
Online help / Frequently Asked Questions
Refer to www.philips.com/support or www.philips.com/storageupdates for:
ƒ Interactive help
ƒ Frequently asked questions
ƒ Firmware updates
How to reset your NAS
CAUTION
ƒ Never unplug the power cable or data cable when the NAS is still running. This might lead to data
loss.
ƒ Always use the power button on the front of your NAS
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If the NAS behaves strangely, a reset might help
Option 1 – Soft reset
1. Press the reset button and keep it pressed for
5 seconds
This will reset the NAS but your settings will
remain
Option 2 – Hard reset (reset factory settings)
1. Switch the NAS off
2. Unplug the power cable
3. Press the reset button and keep this pressed
4. Plug in the power cable and keep the reset
button pressed for 5 seconds
The NAS will start up again using factory settings
Starting takes around 1 minute
Shutting down takes around 10 seconds
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All dimensions shown are approximate.
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