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NS0045A / NS0046A
www.LogiLink.com
Gigabit NAS Server
for 3.5" SATA HDD
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According to the European WEEE directive, electrical and electronic equipment
must not be disposed with consumers waste. Its components must be recycled
or disposed apart from each other. Otherwise contaminative and hazardous
substances can pollute our environment.
You as a consumer are committed by law to dispose electrical and electronic devices to
the producer, the dealer, or public collecting points at the end of the devices lifetime for
free. Particulars are regulated in national right. The symbol on the product, in the user's
manual, or at the packaging alludes to these terms. With this kind of waste separation,
application, and waste disposal of used devices you achieve an important share to
environmental protection.
1.0 Safety Instruction
Put the Device always on a stable and straight Surface. In case of falling it can be damaged.
Don’t place the Device into direct Sunlight or in Places with high Temperature. This can
damage the Device or shorten his average useful Life.
Don’t place it in the near of Heat Sources, like Radiators or other heat producing Devices.
Don’t expose the Device to Rain, Water, Wetness or high Humidity.
Don’t place it in the Bathroom or the Kitchen in the near of a Sink. Avoid the direct Contact
with Water.
Don’t try to open the Device.
Prior to the first use of our product make a backup of your data.
We are not liable for any loss of data, unless you can accuse us intention or gross
negligence.
In any case, liability for loss of data is limited to the effort that is necessary to restore from
existing backup copies.
Congratulations to the Purchase of NS0045A/NS0046A !
Please read the Manual and Safety Instructions before using the product for the first time.
Otherwise damage can be the result.
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2.0 Introduction
2.1 Feature
• Supports SMB, and FTP allowing data access among Windows, Mac, and Linux
• Supports iTunes server can easily share music files with iTunes users
• BitTorrent supported could be used as a download center
• Web-based management interface, easy configuration, setting and management
• Built-in DHCP Client
• With USB 2.0 host interface for USB stick connectivity
2.2 Specification
 Interface/ LAN: USB 2.0 (Host) x1/ Gigabit x 1
 Drive Type: 3.5” SATA HDD x 1(NS0045A)
 3.5” SATA HDD x 2 (NS0046A)
 Networking Protocols: SMB/CIFS, FTP
 BitTorrent Download
 iTunes Music Server
 Supports media server for video streaming
 HDD S.M.A.R.T. Capability
 File System: FAT32 (Read/Write) / NTFS (Read/Write)
 USB 2.0(Flash Driver, external HDD, SD card Reader)
 Languages: English, German
 Largest single HDD capacity support > 3TB
 Power Source: External Universal Switching Power Adapter (12V)
 RAID Management: RAID 0, RAID 1, JBOD (only for NS0046A)
 Supports Windows, Mac OS, and Linux
2.3 Package Content
 1 x Gigabit NAS (NS0045A or NS0046A)
 1 x LAN Cable
 1 x CD with Easy Installer Tool
 1 x Power Adapter (NS0045A: 12V, 2A; NS0046A:12V, 4A)
 1 x User Manual
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3.0 Overview:
3.1 Front View:
NS0045A
One Bay Gigabit NAS
NS0046A
Two Bays Gigabit NAS
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3.2 LED Definition

NS0045A
Label
Color
Function
Blue
Blue LED indicates power is on and hard drive status is good for
Green
LAN link established and active
OFF
NO LAN link
System Status
this slot.
+
If there is no hard drive, the LED is OFF.
HDD Status OFF
Blinking This LED will blink blue when the hard drive is being accessed.
LAN
Blinking Valid Ethernet packet being transferred
USB Host
detect

Orange Orange LED indicates pen drive status is good for this port.
Blinking This LED will blink orange when the pen drive is being accessed.
NS0046A
Label
Color
Blue
Function
Blue LED indicates power is on and hard drive status is good for
this slot.
If there is no hard drive, the LED is OFF.
System Status OFF
Blinking This LED will blink blue when the hard drive is being accessed.
+
HDD 2 Status Red
If hard drive defected in this RAID or hard drive is failure, the LED
is red.
Blinking This LED will blink red when the raid1 is Building.
Blue
Blue LED indicates power is on and hard drive status is good for
this slot.
If there is no hard drive, the LED is OFF.
System Status OFF
+
Blinking This LED will blink blue when the hard drive is being accessed.
HDD 1 Status Red
If hard drive defected in this RAID or hard drive is failure, the LED
is red.
Blinking This LED will blink red when the raid1 is Building.
LAN
Green
LAN link established and active
OFF
NO LAN link
Blinking Valid Ethernet packet being transferred
USB Host
Orange Orange LED indicates pen drive status is good for this port.
detect
Blinking This LED will blink orange when the pen drive is being accessed.
Buzzer
When the raid failure alert, until the shutdown to replace hard disk
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3.3 Rear View:

NS0045A:

NS0046A:
Rear View Identification
DC IN, Power jack 12V
Power Switch
Gigabit LAN
USB port : Support Flash Driver, external HDD, SD card Reader
Reset Button: Press this button for at least 5 seconds to reset NAS to its default settings.
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4.0 Hardware Installation
4.1 Install Hard Drive
The following guidelines provide information for the first time installation of your NAS.
Before you can get started on the configuration and setup, you will need to install hard
drives on your device.
1. On the bay cover, press in the indicator to open the cover. The cover pops open.
2.
Open the Case cover, install hard drivers on NAS. Slide the HDD assembly into place
until it is flush in the rail track. The HDD must be flush with the rail track.
3.
4.
Close the Case cover.
Connect NAS to your router or Ethernet switch with an Ethernet cable.
5.
Plug in the power cable and then press power button to power on. The status LED
starts to blink. This process may take 1 to 2 minutes.
Note:
In the event of failure or improperly installed HDDs, the HDD LEDs is red. Please power off
and follow the steps above again
4.2 Connect to Desktop PC
Set your PC’s IP settings to match the network subnet group of the NAS.
Example:
Logilink NAS default IP settings: 192.168.16.1
Configure your PC to these settings: 192.168.16.X (Whereas X represents a number from 1
to 254 other than 1).
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5.0 Environment Setting
Connect by using the NetTool utility: available for Windows and Mac OS X
Connect through the web browser -- available for Windows, Mac OS X, and Linux
5.1 NetTool Setting:
The Logilink Gigabit NAS NS0045A or NS0046A provides user-friend NetTool Utility for
quick NAS finder and setting. The NetTool utility is used to detect devices on the local
network (same subnet)
1.
Insert the provided CD into your CD drive.
2.
Windows users may get an AutoPlay prompt as follows. Select Run NetTool.exe to
continue the process.
3.
If devices are not automatically found, click “Search Device” to scan NAS.
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4.
After a device is detected, select an NAS device information from your NAS, such as:
firmware version, NAS DescrIptIon, Mac address, IP address, Protocol and Disk
information is displayed on the main page.
Funation button
DescrIptIon
Seach Device
Click button, and then system will scan connected Logilink NAS.
Device
Click to access the login screen of the selected device. The web
Management
interface of the device displays through your default browser.
File Explorer
Mount the NAS SAMBA share, you can access the shortcut from
Setup Wizard
Your default web browser opens to display the system Setup Wizard
your computer or Windows Explorer.
screen
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5.
For the first time, please click “Setup Wizard” and the following web interface of the
device displays through your default browser. Please refer to Chapter 6.0 for Setup.
5.2 Browser Setting
Open the browser (Firefox, Internet explorer, Chrome or Others Browser)
1. Please Input the default device name. For one bay NS0045A, please input \\NS0045A
or http://NS0045A ; for NS0046A, 2 bays, please input \\NS0046A or http://NS0046A.
Then, you will connect with the Devise and get into the setting place.
2. If your Intranet environment doesn’t support DHCP Service, please change your IP
setting and input the default IP Address http://192.168.16.1, then, you will connect with
the Devise and get into the setting place.
NAS default IP address: 192.168.16.1
3. You can key in user name: “admin” and password: “admin” to login NAS. (See Chapter
6.0 Quick Wizard Setup or Chapter 7.0 Web Management)
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4. The NAS device must be configured and initialized. After click “File Explorer”, Mount the
NAS SAMBA share will appear as following figure.
5. Click “Setup Wizard”, Your default web browser opens to display the system Setup
Wizard screen.
6. Click icon to begin the initialization process.
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6.0 Quick Wizard
The NAS Quick Wizard Interface allows you to configure your personal settings easily.
Please key in user name: “admin” and password: “admin” to login NAS to setup.
6.1 Setup Wizard
Click icon Link to following settings:
1) Device Settings
Administrator can set device name, description and select language on this page.
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Device Name
Enter the name of the NAS. The server name can be 15 characters long at maximum,
which supports alphabets, numbers, and hyphen (-). The server does not accept names
with space, period (.).
Description
Enter the description of the NAS. The server description can be 50 characters long at
maximum, which supports alphabets, numbers, and hyphen (-). The server does not accept
names with space, period (.).
Language
Administrator can select the display language on the drop-down menu on this page of the
NAS. (Default Language: English)
2) Time Settings
Administrator can set the date, time, and time zone according to your location on this page.
Date, Time and NTP
NTP Server Disable:
Click the Disable button and Set the date, time, and time zone according to your location.
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NTP Server Enable:
You can enable this option to update the date and time of the system automatically with
specified NTP server.
3) Disk Management
Administrator can select the file system and format the internal storage device on this page.
IMPORTANT:
The Format process will erase all data from the hard drive. Make sure that the NAS is
connected to a power source and is not powered down during this process to prevent
damage to the system.
NS0045A:
1.
Select the Disk, Create Disk Partition and Format the internal storage device as XFS or
EXT3 format.
2.
Click “Format” to begin the initialization process.
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3.
Click OK to confirm the Disk initialization process.
4.
Do not power down or disconnect the power adapter to prevent failure or damage to
your system.
5.
The initialization Process starts and the following display is shown.
6.
The designated HDD LED blinking during the initialization process.
7.
The initialization completed screen displays, see the following figure.
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8.
Check the hard disk information.
NS0046A:
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1.
If you just want to use single mode hard disk separately, not to get into the RAID mode,
please click the hard disk format button to format HDD. Then you can use it.
2.
When there are two Hard Disks inside the NAS, you could enable this function. You
could select JBOD/RAID 0/RAID 1 different modes. Create the Raid Mode and disk will
be formatted.
3.
Click “Format” to begin the initialization process.
4.
Click OK to confirm the Disk initialization process.
5.
Do not power down or disconnect the power adapter to prevent failure or damage to
your system.
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6.
The initialization Process starts and the following display is shown.
7.
The designated HDD LED blinking during the rebuilding process.
8.
The time required to rebuild a system is dependent on the RAID type selected and the
size of hard drives.
9.
The initialization completed screen displays see the following figure.
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10. Check the hard disk information.
4) Administrator Settings
Administrator can change the password on this page.
Password
Input range: 5~20 characters.
The invalid characters are: " / \ [ ] : ; | = , + * ? < > ` '
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5) Network Settings
Administrator can select protocol type on this page.
Obtain the IP address settings automatically via DHCP
If your network supports DHCP, the NAS will use DHCP protocol to retrieve the IP address
and related information automatically. If NAS cannot obtain an IP at the boot time, the IP
will be configured as the default IP -- 192.168.16.1.
Use static IP address
To use fixed IP address for network connection, enter the IP address, subnet mask, and
default gateway.
DNS
Primary DNS Server: Enter the IP address of the primary DNS.
Secondary DNS Server: Enter the IP address of the secondary DNS.
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6.2 Settings
The User Interface includes access to Settings (DDNS, Protocol.....), Storage, USB.
Click icon Link to System menu. System menu displays functions under this category.
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6.3 User Management
Administrator can add new users in this setting page. “admin” is a default user and he has
the highest control over this NAS.
If a new user is created with password, administrator can
click that user to edit it.
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6.4 Download Station
The NAS supports BT download. You can add download task to the NAS and let the server
finish downloading independent of PC.
Click icon Link to Bit Torrent Menu. Bit Torrent Menu displays functions under this category.
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6.5 Online User Manual
This feature provides NAS PDF Manual Download.
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6.6 Support
This function call Logilink Support E-mail message window.
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7.0 Web Management
7.1 System menu
System menu displays functions under this category.
1) System Information
Firmware Version
Show firmware version of the NAS.
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Device Name
Show the name of the NAS.
Description
Show the description of the NAS.
MAC Address
Ethernet MAC address.
IP Address
Show the NAS IP address.
Protocol
Show the protocol used to obtain the IP address (DHCP or Static IP).
HTTP Server Port
Assign a port for the NAS http port.
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2) General Settings
Device Name
Enter the name of the NAS. The server name can be 15 characters long at maximum,
which supports alphabets, numbers, and hyphen (-). The server does not accept names
with space, period (.).
Description
Enter the description of the NAS. The server description can be 50 characters long at
maximum, which supports alphabets, numbers, and hyphen (-). The server does not accept
names with space, period (.).
Date, Time and NTP
Set the date, time, and time zone according to your location.
Synchronize with an Internet time server automatically
You can enable this option to update the date and time of the system automatically with
specified NTP server.
NTP Server
NAS can be sync with the NTP server if it is enabled.
HTTP Port
Assign a port for the NAS http port.
Default value: 80, input range: 80 ~ 65535.
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3) Network Settings
This section contains all LAN settings to configure the NAS to the network.
Protocol

DHCP
If your network supports DHCP, the NAS will use DHCP protocol to retrieve the IP address
and related information automatically. If NAS cannot obtain an IP at the boot time, the IP
will be configured as the default IP -- 192.168.16.1.

Static IP
To use fixed IP address for network connection, enter the IP address, subnet mask, and
default gateway.
DNS
Primary DNS Server: Enter the IP address of the primary DNS.
Secondary DNS Server: Enter the IP address of the secondary DNS.
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4) DDNS
If user wants to access NAS from Internet, he should register NAS to DDNS Service first
and then public it to Internet. After a NAS s account and domain are registered to DDNS,
user can access this NAS from Internet by using the domain name but not public IP. It is
easier for users to remember a domain than a public IP.
Register a domain name from a DDNS provider
Enable DDNS service

Fill in the DDNS account information on the DDNS page on the NAS


NAS will update the WAN IP information to the DDNS provider automatically
Remotely connect to the NAS by the domain name you registered from any PC

The DDNS provider will map the WAN IP updated by NAS to the domain name should
the IP change
DDNS Service
Description
If NAS DDNS is set to registered DDNS server, NAS will connect to the
selected DDNS server after system is ready.
Value
Default: www.dyndns.com
setting
User Name
Description
Account registered in the selected DDNS service
Value setting
Based on DDNS service restriction
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Password
Description
Password registered in the selected DDNS service
Value setting
Based on DDNS service restriction
Domain
Description
Domain registered in the selected DDNS service
Value setting
Based on DDNS service restriction
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5) Volume Information
User can check Disk information in this page. If any new storage device is attached to NAS,
disk information will change to the latest status after refresh button is used. Remove USB is
to safely remove the external USB storage device.
Internal Storage Device

This page shows the ID, share name, device ID, file system type and total size of the
internal storage device on the NAS.


ID: The storage device ID number given by NAS.
Share Name: The storage device name.


Device ID: The disk ID given by the storage device manufacturer.
File system type: XFS, EXT3...


Total Size: The total size of storage device.
Free Space: The available space of storage device.
External Storage Device

Connect the USB device to the USB port of the NAS, when the device is successfully
detected, the details are shown on this page.

It may take tens of seconds for the NAS server to detect the external USB device
successfully.

Remove: safety remove external storage device.
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6) Disk Management
Single Mode

Select the Disk, Create Disk Partition and Format the internal storage device as XFS or
EXT3 format.

Single MODE: if you just want to use single mode hard disk separately, not to get into
the RAID mode, please click the hard disk format button to format HDD. Then you can
use it.
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HDD S.M.A.R.T status
Monitor the hard disk drives (HDD) status by HDD S.M.A.R.T.
RAID Mode(Only for NS0046A)
When there are two Hard Disks inside the NAS, you could enable this function. You could
select JBOD/RAID 0/RAID 1 different modes. Create the Raid Mode and disk will be
formatted.

Select RAID Mode:
1) RAID 0
RAID 0 combines 2 hard drives into one larger volume. The data is written to the
hard drive without any parity information and no redundancy is offered.
The total storage capacity of a RAID 0 is equal to the sum of the capacity of all
member hard drives.
2) RAID 1
RAID 1 duplicates the data between two hard drives to provide disk mirroring. The
storage capacity of a RAID 1 is equal to the size of the smallest hard drive.
3) JBOD
JBOD is a collection of hard drive that does not offer any RAID protection. The data
are written to the physical disks sequentially. The total storage capacity is equal to
the sum of the capacity of all member hard drives.
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7) Account Management
Administrator can add new users in this setting page. “admin” is a default user and he has
the highest control over this NAS. If a new user is created with password, administrator can
click that user to edit it.
User Management
Administrator can manage (add, modify, and delete) user accounts of NAS.
Users

Admin
By default, the administrator “admin” has access right to the system administration and
cannot be deleted.

The number of Users
The maximum of NAS users is 64
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Add user

Press Add to create a user with name, password and description
The following information is required to create a new user:

User name
Input range: 1~15 characters.
The invalid characters are: " / \ [ ] : ; | = , + * ? < > ` '

Password
Input range: 5~20 characters.
The invalid characters are: " / \ [ ] : ; | = , + * ? < > ` '

Description
Input range: 1~50 characters.
The invalid characters are: " / \ [ ] : ; | = , + * ? < > ` '
The following information is required to delete a user:

Delete
Administrator can choose one user and delete it
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7.2 Application
Application menu displays functions under this category.
1) Samba
Users can use Samba to download and upload files between NAS and client PCs. The
supported OS of client PC is Windows 7, Windows Vista, Windows XP, Mac OS X, and
Linux.
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File Structure
The root directory shared by Samba server contains:
1) admin: the private folder of the admin


Photo: the private photo folder of the admin.
Music: the private music folder of the admin.

Video: the private video folder of the admin.
2) home: the private folder of NAS users will be created under this folder
3) public: the public folder shared by all users
User Behavior

admin: admin user can manage all the data in the Samba share.

user: a normal user can only access his private folder and the public folder.
Web configuration

Samba server: enable or disable the function

Work Group: the work group setting for Microsoft Windows network. The default value
is “workgroup”

Status: display current server status (running/stopped)
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2)
Bonjour
With Bonjour enabled, NAS will broadcast the HTTP and SMB services. Mac users can
use “Finder” to discover the NAS samba share and use “Safari” to discover the NAS
web page

Bonjour Service: enable or disable the function

Status: display current service status (running/stopped)
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3)
FTP Server
Users can use FTP to download and upload files between NAS and client PCs across
the Internet.
User Behavior


admin: admin user can manage all the data in the NAS.
user: a normal user can only access his private folder and the public folder.
Web configuration

FTP Server: enable or disable the function


Port: FTP server port, default value is 21, input range is 1~65535
Anonymous login
You can enable anonymous login to allow users to access the FTP server of the NAS
anonymously. If this option is disabled, the users must enter an authorized user name
and password to access the server.

Anonymous Download
Let anonymous user to download files from NAS by FTP

Anonymous Upload
Let anonymous user to upload files from NAS by FTP

Client PC Language: Support Unicode, Simplified Chinese, Traditional Chinese,
German, and Japanese Charsets.

Status: display current server status (running/stopped)
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4) BT Downloader
The NAS supports BT download. You can add download task to the NAS and let the server
finish downloading independent of PC.

BitTorrent: enable or disable the function


Status: display current server status (running/stopped)
Job List: display current torrent status
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
ID: The BT task number


File Name: BT Downloaded file name
Size: BT downloaded file size


Progress: The status BT Task
DL/UL speed: Download / Upload speed

Operation:
Start: Start the BT task
Pause: Pause the BT task
Info: The detail information of BT task
Delete: Delete BT task
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1. Go to “Applications” > " BitTorrent”.
2. Select “Add Job”
3. Add a new BT task
Click “Add Job” and upload a torrent file (*.torrent). You can download legal
torrent files by searching on the Internet. Please download the torrent files to
your local disk and then upload them to the NAS.
4. After uploading a download task, the task will appear on the List.
5. Press the Start button on the Operation and the BT task start download.
PS: Maximum job: The total maximum number of add job. Default is 10.
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Preference
User can set some BT parameters here to limit the connected peers or bandwidth

Maximum peers overall: The total maximum number of connected peers. Default is
240.

Maximum peers per torrent: The maximum number of connected peers per torrent.
Default is 60.

Download rate: The bandwidth of all BT downloading tasks. Default is 100. 0 is no
limit.

Upload rate: The bandwidth of all BT uploading tasks. Default is 10. 0 is no limit.
Refresh task information
User can use “Refresh” to get the latest status of all BT tasks.
BT Task info
After user trigger the BT task info in operation, the following Job detail will be shown:
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
Name: The downloaded BT file

Location: The location of downloaded BT file, default is /public/BTDownload
Percent: The completeness percentage of BT task





Download speed: The download speed of BT task
Upload speed: The upload speed of BT task
Have: The downloaded BT file size
Total: The Total BT file size

Downloaded: The downloaded BT file size
Uploaded: The uploaded BT file size

Ration: The ratio of Uploaded/Downloaded

Peers: The connected number of peers

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5) iTunes
If you want to use this function, you should setup the iTunes client in the client computer. If
the iTune server is running, iTune client will show this server in the Share item.
iTunes server shares mp3 files in the public folder. The shared file list will be refreshed
automatically every minute. Supported iTunes client versions are 9 and 10.5.1.


iTunes Server: enable or disable the function
Status: display current server status (running/stopped)
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Media Server
NAS can be a media server and user can use some UPNP media player, such as Nero
Showtime 8 or PS3, XBOX3 to play video or audio media files on NAS.
Media server shares multimedia files in the public folder. The shared file list will be
refreshed automatically every minute. Note that the media server is built in Twonky
software package, and it is DLNA certificated.

Media Server: enable or disable the function

Status: display current server status (running/stopped)
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7.3 Maintenance
Maintenance menu displays functions under this category.
1) Power Management
Administrator can restart the device or shutdown the device in this power management
page.
Follow the steps below to restart or shut down the NAS.
1. Login the NAS. Go to “Maintenance” > “Power Management”.
2. Click “Restart” to reboot the server or “Shut Down” to turn off the server.
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2) HDD suspend
You can enable or disable the suspend functions of the NAS.
Select the time duration the HDD will enter standby mode.
3)
Firmware Upgrade
Whenever a new firmware released, we can upgrade the NAS firmware from here.
The system update may take tens of seconds to several minutes to complete depending on
the network connection status. Please wait patiently. The system will inform you when
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system update is completed.
Note:
User can not shutdown the NAS during Firmware Upgrade.
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Save & Restore Config
Here allow us to backup the setting we’ve set for future use. (Including the settings in LAN,
System, and service settings)
Save Config

To back up the settings, including server name, the settings in LAN, System, and
service settings etc., click “Save” and select to save the setting config.

Items which will be saved:
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System
Item
General Settings
Language
Device Name
Description
NTP Status
NTP Server
HTTP Port
Network Settings
Protocol
IP Address
Subnet Mask
Default Gateway
Primary DNS
Secondary DNS
Application
Item
Samba
Server
Workgroup
Bonjour
Server
FTP
Server
FTP Port
Download Rate
Upload Rate
BT
Server
TCP Source Port
Maximum peers overall
Maximum peers per torrent
Download rate
Upload rate
iTunes
Server
Media
Server
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Restore Config

To restore the settings, click “Restore”, click “Browse” to select a previously saved
setting config and click “Restore” again.
Note:
User can not shutdown the NAS during Restore.
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4) Factory Default
Only use this function whenever you want the device back to the Factory Default. NAS will
be reboot for the new setting to be effective.

To reset the settings to default, click “Default Setting”.


NAS will be reboot for the new setting to be effective.
When you press “Default Setting” on this page, all the system settings are cleared and
restored to default. Please make sure you have backed up all the system settings
before resetting the NAS.

Items which will be reset to default:
System
Item
Default Value
General Settings
Language
English
Device Name
NS0045A/NS0046A
Description
NS0045A/NS0046A
Time Zone
(GMT+08:00) Taipei
NTP Status
Enable
NTP Server
pool.ntp.org
HTTP Port
80
Network Settings
Protocol
DHCP
IP Address
192.168.16.1
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Subnet Mask
255.255.255.0
Default Gateway
192.168.16.1
Primary DNS
168.95.192.1
Secondary DNS
168.95.1.1
Application Item
Default Value
Samba
Server
Enabled
Workgroup
WORKGROUP
Server
Enabled
Server
Enabled
Bonjour
FTP
FTP Port
21
Anonymous Login
Disable
Client PC’s Languaga
Unicode (UTF-8)
Server
Enabled
BT
TCP Source Port
51413
Maximum peers overall
240
Maximum peers per torrent 60
Download rate
300
Upload rate
20
Server
Enabled
Server
Enabled
iTunes
Media
55
5) System Log
The NAS can store 50 recent event logs, including warning, error, and information
messages.
Log type
Detail
System start
Date/time
Message
System start at mm/dd/yyyy, time
NTP
Date/time
Use NTP to synchronize date & time successfully
NIC 1 get
DHCP/Fix IP
Date/time &
IP
NIC 1 get DHCP/Fix (IP.192.xxx.xxx) at mm/dd/yyyy,
time
FTP Start/Stop
Date/time
FTP server started/Stop
iTunes Start/Stop
Date/time
iTunes server started/Stop
Media Start/Stop
Date/time
UPnP media server started/Stop
CE Declaration:
This device corresponds to EU directive 2004/108/EC: With the CE sign Logilink®,
a registered trademark of the 2direct GmbH ensures, that the product is conformed to the
basic standards and directives. These standards can be requested online on
www.logilink.com. All trademarks and registered brands are the property of their respective
owners.
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