Network Storage Enclosure
ENNHD-NT
This device is a compact, economical, powerful NAS
(Network Attached Storage), especially suitable for
small business, SOHO (Small Office or Home Office)
or personal requirement.
The functionality enables the device serves as a file
server and a FTP server. LAN users can now easily
backup data or share files through intranet/internet.
Its set-up procedure and operation are simple and
user-friendly. The embedded Linux device works
highly stable, thus suitable for continuous operation
Three Powerful Auto Installation features are also provided: Automatic Hard Drive
detection, Pre-defined User Accounts and Networking Setting, make the experience of
using ENNHD-NT extremely wonderful! All you have to do is connect your HD to the
enclosure and power it on, and the device will be READY TO GO!
This device is compatible with Windows 95 / 98 / 98SE / ME / XP / 2000 / NT4.0 and
Macintosh OS X
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Linux based (Ext 3)
Support all 3.5 IDE Hard Drives
(UP TO 300 GB)
Samba/FTP Server
User-Friendly Interface
Supports static IP
Secured Web management Access
Support CIFS/SMB
Firmware Upgradeable
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Specifications:
Interface
• One 10/100 Mbps RJ-45 Ethernet Connection Port
Connection Speed
• 10/100 Mbps
Hard Drive supported
• One removable 3.5” IDE Hard Drive (ATA-6)
Diagnostic LEDs
• Power/Status (Green)
• LAN: Act/Link (Green)
• HDD: Data Transfer (Amber/Blinking)
Buttons
• Factory Default Reset Button
• Power On/Off Switch Button
Dimension
• 220 x 132 x 60 mm
Environmental Temperature
• Operating: 0 to 40 Degree Celsius
• Storing: -10 to 65 Degree Celsius
Power Supply
• 12V/3A DC External Power Adapter
Certification
• FCC Class B
• CE Class B
• VCCI Class B
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Utilizes EXT3 file format for big file storage
Web-based User Interface for easy configuration
Supports all standard 3.5” IDE Hard Drive up to 300GB (ATA-6)
Supports CIFS/SMB for Microsoft Network remote users to easily retrieve files
Built-in FTP server for user conveniently transfer files by using FTP clients
Firmware upgrade-able/downgrade-able
Automatic Hard Drive detection and Hard Drive formatting
Support Static IP address
Provides password security for web management and Hard Drive access
Compatible Windows 95/98/98SE/ME/NT4.0/2000/XP and Macintosh OS X
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Device Usages:
Scenario A:
The Network Storage Device can allow FTP access from remote offices
• use a FTP program to log onto the storage device (as a FTP server) and download
the necessary files and documents
• Open up an Internet explorer, and access the enclosure through the web and
retrieve all the files and documents needed
Scenario B:
A data center/backup device is needed on the Local Area Network. With this enclosure
connected to the network, LAN users can now:
• read/store files into the enclosure and make it a centralized storage device
• No longer need to worry about decentralized files. Store everything on the Network
Storage Device.
• It’s stand alone so no computers need to be on
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Scenario C:
A user needs to format his computer, but does not wish to lose all his data
By using this network storage enclosure, he can:
• Store all the necessary data such as documents, links, photos and projects on the
Network Storage Device
• Retrieve the files after the computer has been restored.
Scenario D:
Attach the Network Storage Device to a wireless router and instantly make it a wireless
file server. Bridge to another wireless router to allow wireless access to the storage device
from a laptop or desktop.
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