LAN and USB External 3,5" HDD Enclosure User`s Manual

LAN and USB External
3,5" HDD Enclosure
CONTENT
1.
Product Information………………………….…....1
2. Product Specifications……………………….…….2
3. System requirements……………………….….…..3
4. Take a look to the Product………….….….….... 4
5. Product Assemble Step…….……………………...5
6. Product Connecting…….……………………..…...8
User’
s Manual
DA-70516
7.
Driver Installation (USB2.0) ………….….….….9
8.
Verification…………………………….….…....….13
9. Configuring LANDISK………………………..…..14
10. Note…………….……………….……………………23
1. Product Information
Product Specifications:
•Personal Internet & Intranet Storage
•Network Connection Method
•Samba Server + FTP Server
Available network environment, 100BASE-TX/10BASE-T,
•No need to install any O.S, Virus free
Connection type, RJ-45
•Low Cost and Simple Installation
•Supported Protocols
•Low Power Consumption, Low Heat Dissipation
TCP/IP, NBNS (Net BIOS Name Server), Microsoft Networks
•Serve Cross-Platform Client O.S.
(CIFS/SMB), HTTP 1.0 and HTML 2.0, DHCP Server/Client (Auto
•Web Browser Management User Interface
detection), SNTP Client and Telnet Server
•Multi Protocol Support: TCP/IP, HTTP, SMB, FTP
•Supported Operating Systems
•Support DHCP / Fixed IP Address
Microsoft Windows: 98SE, ME, 2000, XP
•USB2.0 High-speed data transfer rate up to 480 Mbytes
MAC OS X (10.3.X or above versions)
•64/512 bytes data payload for full/high speed bulk endpoint
•IP Acquisition Method
•Supports 8-bit/16-bit standard PIO mode interface
Automatic (DHCP)/Manual (Static setting)
•USB2.0 high-speed interfaces & RJ45 for barrier-free data
•Supported Hard Drive Specifications
transfer
Ultra ATA / 133 (must be DMA compatible)
•Supports power down mode and USB suspend indicator
•Partition Configuration
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FAT32 (4GB Max File Size)
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System requirements
Windows 98SE / 2000 / XP:
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4. Take a look on the Product
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1 System LED
Pentium II 233MHz equivalent or higher
2 Link LED
64 MB RAM (128 MB recommended)
3 Power LED
USB 1.1 Port (USB 2.0 recommended)
4 Working LED
CD-ROM drive for installation (Win 98SE only)
5 Reset to FactoryDefault
RJ45 network port for NDAS mode
(Power on, press 15sec )
Mac OS X:
6 Receptor of Power Adapte
G4 processor or higher running OS X 10.2 or higher
7 USB Port: USB1.1/USB2.0
128 MB RAM (256 MB recommended)
8 LAN Port: 10/100 Base-TX
USB 1.1 Port (USB 2.0 recommended)
RJ45 network port for NDAS mode
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Ptep
3) Connect IDE cable and 4-pin power adapter cable on your
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1) Take off the front panel, pull out the product module from
hard drive.
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the housing.
4) Use the screws to fix it firmly.
2) Set your IDE hard drive as “
Master/Single”mode.
7) Product assemble step complete.
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5) Close up the Product module from the housing.
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6) Use the bundled screws to screw it firmly.
Top and bottom side (also screw it firmly)
Screws
6.
Product Connecting
1) Connecting USB2.0 IDE external enclosure to your computer.
2) Connect LANDISK to your network.
2)
When you see the following picture, please press “
Next”
.
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3)
When you see the following picture, please check
“
Search for the best driver for your device (Recommended)”
and press “
Next”
.
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Driver Installation
•WINDOWS 98SE
1)
Plug the IDE external enclosure in a USB port of your
computer, the system will detect it and start “
Add New
Hardware Wizard”
.
4) When you see the following picture, please locate the
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folder “
AT2 Driver”included on the driver CD-ROM
6)
When you see the following picture, please press
“
Finish”
.
shipped with this IDE external enclosure.
5) When you see the following picture, please press “
Next”
.
•WINDOWS ME/2000/XP AND Mac OS X
Need no driver installation.
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8. Verification
9. Configuring LANDISK
Please track the path “
My computer→System
•Checking TCP/IP Setting on PC
Properties→Device Manager”and expand the item
Bring up the properties of the “
My Network Places”
(Windows
“
Universal Serial Bus Controllers”
, you should see the
XP).
following screen.
1). Double click the “
My Computer”icon on your desktop.
2). Right click “
My Network Places”and select “
Properties”
3) Right click “
Local Area Connection”and select “
Properties”
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4) The following screen will appear, select “
Internet Protocol
(TCP/IP)”then click on the <Properties> button
•Using Web Control Utility
1) Open your Web browser and type “
http://storage”into the
URL address box and then press <Enter>.
2) The login pop-up dialog box will appear, please type the
following default username and password:
5) Follow the step as below to configuring your TCP/IP settings.
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Username: admin
Password: admin
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3) Once you have logged in, the “
Status”Home screen will
4) You can select a function from the left side menu.
appear.
Host Name: Setting Up Your Own Host name
Group Name: Setting Up Your Own Host name
Administrator: Setting Up Your Password
Date/Time: Setting Up Your Time zone
Language: Setting Up Your Language
5) Formatting Your Hard Disk
DHCP Server: Enable / Disable Your DHCP Server
If you have installed a new hard drive in the LANDISK, you must
NOTE: Make sure to press “Change”for the settings to
go to “
Disk Utility”for creating a new Partition and doing format
take affect
for the hard disk.
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(Disk Utility)
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6) Here you can set the IP configuration (Automatic IP or Static
IP) as below:
(IP Config)
7) Sharing Your Folders to LAN
You will see all available folders for “
Network Share”listed in the
“
Share List”box, just select your target folder and click on the
“
à”button for sharing the folder to Network.
(SMB Server)
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8) FTP Configurations
9) Maintenance
Here you can set FTP functions, status and user’
s authority,
Firmware Upload: Here you can update the new firmware for
please check the image below.
(FTP Server)
your LANDISK.
FTP Status: Enable / Disable FTP function and port setting
System Reboot: Click Reboot to have the device perform a
Allow anonymous: If you allow anonymous log-in the “
Home
software restart.
Directory”will be the root folder
Factory Defaults: You can Press “
Reset”here then refresh this
FTP Account List: Presses “
Add”
,“
Modify “to set the accounts
page by pressing “
Refresh button”on IE browser, or reboot the
that you allow accessing LANDISK, and defining the authority.
LANDISK to recall all settings back to factory default status.
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10.
Note:
1) If you are installing an old hard drive and want to keep all
previous data, please make sure the file system on your
hard drive is FAT32. LANDISK does not support any other
file system than FAT32. Otherwise, you may need to
re-format your old hard drive by LANDISK’
s utility
2) The LAN Port on the LANDISK is Auto-MDI/MDIX, you can
also connect the network cable directly to the Lan port on
your computer. It is not necessary to use a crossover
network cable for direct link.
3) If you prefer to use a Fixed IP for your computer, please also
setup a fixed IP for LANDISK.
4) The HDD must be jumperd to『MASTER』 mode.
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