LG N4B1N Owner's manual
Safety warning
Safety warning
Note
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Do not place any objects within 15cm of the unit.
The unit reaches high temperatures creating the risk of burn injuries.
Only use compatible devices with the system ports, or the system and devices
risk being damaged.
Do not use damaged disks. Product can be damage.
Do not dismantle or change the structure of the system in any way. This may
cause electric shock.
When dealing with system components, strictly abide by the instruction manual.
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Physical contact with the soldering on the backside of components may cause
severe injury.
When transporting the system, first turn off the system and disconnect the unit
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from the power source. Sudden tension in cables can cause severe damage to
the system. Loose cables can cause injury.
Take caution when handling the system so as not to corrupt the hard disk data.
- Take caution not to bump or expose the system to extreme temperatures, as it
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may damage the sensitive hard disk.
- Take caution when turning on the electricity, as during this time any external
bumps to the system may corrupt the hard disk data.
- The manufacturer disclaims all responsibility for loss of hard disk data.
Safety warning
Related to damage to the HDD and data:
- During installation or disconnection of the system, ensure that the system
does not experience any external physical shocks.
- During the operation of the HDD, short surges and stoppages of power,
which cause the system to turn off and on quickly
- There may be a sudden stoppage of electricity during operation
- Avoid moving the system during operation of the HDD, which may cause
external physical shock
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- During the configuration of new volumes.
i) If during use, existing volumes are deleted and new volumes are created,
data will be lost.
ii) Before configuration of new volumes, each user must back up data, as well
as when creating new volumes, to ensure the possibility of restoration.
- e.g. virus infections.
※ Always back up hard disk data to avoid accidental data loss.
In the event of the administrator forgetting the password, restoration is
impossible. Hence safeguard the password.
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※ To create a new password, the system must be re-initialized. In this case, all
data will be lost, and data recovery will be impossible, for security reasons.
The manufacturer disclaims all responsibility in the event of this occurrence.
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In the event of the cover being removed during operation, the user risks
electric shock, injury, and damage to the system.
Safety warning
Warning
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Do not use damaged electrical cords. This may cause electric shock, and is a
fire hazard.
Use a grounded cord and grounded socket to avoid electric shock and damage
to components.
Do not handle the electrical cord with wet hands, as this may cause shock and
injury.
When removing the plug from the socket, ensure that the plug is handled and
not the cord. Otherwise this may cause damage to the plug and even fire.
Always check and use correct voltage to avoid electric shock, severe damage
to the system, and fire.
Always use grounded cords and grounded sockets with correct capacity
(voltage/current), to avoid the danger of damage, electric shock, and injury.
In the event of noise emanating from the electrical cords or sockets, to avoid fire
and injury immediately disconnect, and contact the service centre.
Ensure that electrical cords are correctly plugged into the sockets to avoid fire.
Ensure that electrical cords are not damaged or do not have heavy objects
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placed on them. Keep electrical cords away from children and pets. Damaged
cords may cause electrical shock or fire.
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Keep the power cords and sockets clean at all times to avoid fire and electrical
shock.
In the event of moisture entering the system, immediately disconnect the
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power and contact the service centre, to avoid the danger of system damage,
electrical shock, and fire.
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Do not block vents, as this will cause system damage.
Prior to cleaning the system, always disconnect the power, to avoid damage and
electric shock.
In the event of lighting and thunderstorms, immediately physically disconnect
the system from any power source, to avoid damage to the system.
Safety warning
In the event of dropping the system, contact the service centre for advice and
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possible service. Not doing this creates a risk of damage, fire and electric
shock.
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Keep the system away from direct sunlight to avoid overheating, and melting of
the case, which may eventuate in fire and injury.
Do not place flammable objects, candles or cigarettes on the system, as this
may cause fire.
In the event of a burning smell or smoke emanating from the system,
immediately disconnect the power, and contact the service centre.
Keep heating devices and other electrical components at a distance from the
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system to avoid case melting, and hence the danger of damage, fire, and
electric shock.
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Before disassembling the system, always ensure the physical disconnection of
the electrical cable from the socket.
Do not disassemble the power supply, to avoid the danger of electric shock.
Keep children away from the system, as consuming any parts will cause serious
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injury. In the event of swallowing any parts, such as screws, immediately seek
medical treatment.
Ensure that multipoint power sockets are not overloaded to avoid the danger of
fire and electric shock. Ensure that cords are always neatly arranged and are
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not trapped under the system or other heavy objects. When connecting and
disconnecting the electrical cord, take care in handling the socket to avoid the
danger of electric shock.
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Ensure that there are no loose, or exposed metallic objects inside the case, to
avoid the danger of damage, fire and electric shock.
Ensure that hands are never used to avoid damaging the system and electric
shock. Always use screw drivers for work inside the system.
Table of Contents
Contents
1. Introduction.....................................................11
LG NAS Introduction...........................................................11
Supported OS...................................................................12
Package Contents.............................................................13
Name of Each Part................................................................
2. LG NAS Installation...........................................15
Hard disk installation and set up .........................................15
‘LG NAS Installer’ installation (LG NAS system file installation,
volume and RAID configuration)...........................................20
LG NAS connection............................................................24
‘LG NAS PC S/W Installer’ installation
(PC Application program installation and usage)....................25
PC application program installation............................................. 26
PC Application Program Usage.................................................. 27
3. LCD panel and front button usage.......................34
Power Off / On (POWER button)...........................................35
Tray open / close (DISC OPEN button)..................................36
Action set up (MODE button)...............................................36
IP Setup.................................................................................. 37
Backup data on discs using LG NAS (ODD Backup)....................... 38
Writing data to disc (ODD Burn).................................................. 39
USB device / memory card back up............................................ 41
LG NAS State indication (SET button)....................................42
Host name and IP confirmation................................................... 42
Time and date confirmation........................................................ 43
Save capacity confirmation........................................................ 43
RAID configuration state confirmation (RAID SYNC STATE)............. 44
System operating status check................................................... 44
Table of Contents
4. L
G NAS Web Menu Use
(for LG NAS administrators)................................45
Administrator’s Web menu access........................................45
Express set up wizard menu................................................46
System setting......................................................................... 46
User registration...................................................................... 49
Scheduling backup................................................................... 50
Mobile Sync............................................................................ 53
FTP Viewer.............................................................................. 54
Changing the administrator password and information................... 56
Help....................................................................................... 56
System Settings................................................................57
Network ................................................................................. 57
Host.................................................................................................57
Interface...........................................................................................58
Workgroup/Domain............................................................................60
Date & Time............................................................................. 61
Date and Time Setup...........................................................................61
NTP Setup.........................................................................................62
Mail Notification....................................................................... 63
Volume................................................................................... 64
Volume Array Configuration.................................................................65
Volume create...................................................................................67
Deleting volumes................................................................................67
Volume edit.......................................................................................67
Volume expansion..............................................................................67
Volume Migration...............................................................................67
Power..................................................................................... 68
Hibernation Setup ..............................................................................69
UPS Power Setting..............................................................................70
Shutdown..........................................................................................71
Language Setting..................................................................... 72
Firmware................................................................................. 73
Table of Contents
Upgrade............................................................................................73
Initialization............................................................................. 75
Configuration Backup.........................................................................76
LG NAS Share Management................................................77
User....................................................................................... 77
Group..................................................................................... 79
Folder.................................................................................... 81
Blu-ray (CD/DVD/BD)........................................................83
Storing – Saving Disc Data to the LG NAS.................................... 83
Disc Data Copy..................................................................................84
Disc Image Backup.............................................................................85
Burning................................................................................... 86
Burn Disc..........................................................................................87
Burn Image........................................................................................88
Scheduling Backup & Restore.................................................... 89
Service............................................................................93
DDNS (Dynamic DNS)............................................................... 93
Network Server........................................................................ 94
FTP..................................................................................................94
AFP..................................................................................................95
Network Printer........................................................................ 96
iTunes...................................................................................102
USB Sync....................................................................... 103
USB Device & Memory Card.....................................................103
e-SATA.................................................................................108
USB / Memory Card.................................................................109
Information..................................................................... 110
Status....................................................................................110
Log.......................................................................................111
5. LG NAS web menu usage (Regular users)........... 112
User web menu access..................................................... 112
LG NAS usage................................................................. 113
Table of Contents
Express setup menu......................................................... 113
Mobile Sync...........................................................................113
FTP Viewer.............................................................................114
Changing user passwords........................................................116
Help......................................................................................116
Blu-ray(CD/DVD/BD)....................................................... 117
Storing..................................................................................117
Disc Data Copy - Writing Disc Data to the LG NAS................................118
Disc Image Backup...........................................................................119
Burning..................................................................................120
Burn Disc........................................................................................121
Burn Image......................................................................................122
Mobile Device & Sync...................................................... 123
USB Sync...............................................................................123
e-SATA.................................................................................129
USB / Memory Card.................................................................130
6. LG NAS use via network drive.......................... 131
Accessing the LG NAS data in Windows OS......................... 131
MAC OS connection......................................................... 134
Linux OS access.............................................................. 137
7. LG NAS maintenance . .................................... 139
LG NAS shut down/reboot................................................. 139
Administrator password and network set up initialization....... 140
System information checking and saving............................. 140
Self-diagnosis execution.................................................. 141
System failure or malfunction............................................. 142
Power cut or failure.......................................................... 142
System temperature protection.......................................... 142
Table of Contents
8. RAID trouble shooting .................................... 143
Appendix A Volume Construction & RAID Configuration........ 146
Appendix B Technical Support.......................................... 152
Appendix C Open source software notice........................... 153
Appendix D Compatible/Recommended Device List............. 156
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1. Introduction
1. Introduction
LG NAS Introduction
Thank you for purchasing the LG NAS with Built-in Blu-ray Rewriter.
1) Now the LG NAS basic data-save and share functions can be used in Windows, Mac
and Linux operating systems.
2) Similarly, the internal Blu-ray rewriter can be used to efficiently save data securely
for long periods.
3) Furthermore, the Blu-ray drive can be used when directly copying data from discs to
LG NAS.
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1. Introduction
4) The LG NAS also allows for mobile synchronization, without the use of a PC, as
mobile devices can be directly synchronized to the LG NAS.
This user manual contains express installation information as well as detailed options
and functions.
Supported OS
LG NAS
∙ Windows XP, Server 2003, Vista
∙ Mac OS 9.x or later
∙ Linux (Redhat, Suse, Ubuntu)
PC S/W
PC S/W
Back up OS
NAS Detector
Windows XP, Server 2003, Vista, Mac OS 10.x
Comnso Backup
Windows XP, Server 2003, Vista
Acrobat Reader
Windows, Mac, Linux
Flash Player
Windows, Mac, Linux
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1. Introduction
Package Contents
∙ LG NAS with built-in Blu-Ray Rewriter
∙ ‘LG NAS Installer‘ (LG NAS -system
file installation disc)
∙ ‘LG NAS PC Software Installer‘
∙ Product warranty
∙ Blank disc (BD-RE)
∙ Quick install guide
Quick Setup Guide
∙ Power cord
∙ LAN cable
∙ Hard disk fastening screw (x16) – enclosure only
∙ Hard disk rack securing screw (x4)
* Photographs of images from the manual may differ depending on model components.
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Name of Each Part
<Front>
①②
③
<Backside>
④⑤
⑪
⑥
⑩
⑫
⑬
⑭
⑮
RESET
⑦ ⑧⑨
①Power button: : power on, off (to turn off power, hold button in for 3 seconds
without release).
② Disc Open button: : opens and closes optical disc drive tray.
③ LCD window: displays current state
④ Mode button: changes mode
⑤ SET button: selects mode
⑥ Blu-ray Drive
⑦ Memory card reader: supports SD, MMC, MS and XD
⑧ Memory card Current state display LED: - Blue : running correctly
⑨ USB port: USB 2.0 interface
⑩ HDD/ODD state display LED: - Blue : running correctly
⑪ Inlet: AC power cord connection
⑫ e-SATA: External SATA II device support
⑬ LAN port: : LAN cable connection.
⑭ USB port: USB 2.0 interface
⑮ Kensington lock: Antitheft lock.
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- Red : abnormal state
2. LG NAS Installation
2. LG NAS Installation
Follow these instructions to install the LG NAS. If the LG NAS is internal, go to <Hard
disk installation and setup>, otherwise go to <LG NAS connection>
Hard disk installation and set up
The LG NAS hard disk rack is shown below. Refer to each part while installing the
HDDs.
Components of Hard Disk Rack
Safety Lever
Hard Disk Rack
Locker Lever
Hard Disk Rack Lever
Hard Disk Rack Label No.
Note) Hard disks of size 250GB/500GB/1TB are recommended, all of
which should be the same size and of the same company. If the disk sizes
differ, the RAID configuration will use the smallest disk as a reference to
measure all disk sizes,therefore the remainder can not be utilized and
durability decreases.
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2. LG NAS Installation
① First, ensure that the power is off for all components and the main system.
② Open the LG NAS front cover.
③ Unlock the hard disk rack and pull the lever to draw out the rack.
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④ Insert the hard disk into the hard disk rack, and with a screw driver, screw the four
screws into place.
* If the Hard disk has been in use, all the data on it will be lost.
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⑤ Match the hard disk rack label number and the NAS front panel number, to insert
the hard disk rack into the slot.
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2. LG NAS Installation
⑥ Keeping the locker lever out, push the hard disk rack into place, listening for the
sound. When the hard disk rack is properly and completely pushed in, press the
secure button to lock it.
Similarly repeat the installation procedure for all the hard disks, one by one.
⑦ To prevent accidental detachment of the hard disk rack, fasten it using included
bolts.
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2. LG NAS Installation
‘LG NAS Installer’ installation (LG NAS system file installation,
volume and RAID configuration)
Use the included “LG NAS Installer” disc for automatic system installation and hard disk
volume configuration.
① Plug the “power cord” into an electrical outlet.
② While holding the ‘SET’ button, press the ‘POWER’ button to start the LG NAS.
③ After approximately 20 seconds the “Insert Setup Disc Please… “Message will
appear and the tray will automatically open.
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2. LG NAS Installation
④ Insert the “LG NAS Installer” disc and push the “DISC OPEN” button to close
the tray. The messages “Checking Disc Contents…” and ”Boot from ODD, wait
please…” indicate that the NAS is preparing to organize system files.
⑤ After 1 minute, the following two messages appear. Then press the ‘SET’ button to
select ‘S: Default Setup).
‘S’ indicates the ‘SET’ button and ‘M’ indicates the ‘MODE’ button.
If manual selection of the RAID level and volume configuration are desired, press
the MODE button to select ‘M: Custom Setup’ (User manually configures volume
and RAID). The system file will be installed and LG NAS will reboot. The volme can
then be configured using web menus. For detailed contents see <Volume>
The RAID disperses the data to multiple hard disks to guard from data loss
due to physical damage. The default volume configuration of the LG NAS
depends on the number of the installed HDDs.
The table below shows the list of the default RAID level configuration.
Default RAID Level
Hard disk
numbers
1
2
3 or 4
DEFAULT
RAID Level
ONLY 1 DISK
(No RAID)
RAID 1
(mirroring)
RAID 5
(parity)
For detailed contents see < Appendix A Volume and RAID Configuration>.
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⑥ The following message indicates the accompanying system file setting start.
⑦ When all system files have been installed, the system will give a completion sound
along with a message indicating LG NAS will reboot.1)
⑧ When the system is first booted the system file will load. During reboot, the LG NAS
system cannot be used.
After 40 seconds, a sound will indicate the completion of system set up.
⑨ The LG NAS will automatically begin configuration of the volume and RAID.2)
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*A
t RAID configuration, the hard drive number and size will determine the RAID
configuration time.
Total HDD
Capacity
System File Installation
1)
Volume and RAID
configuration 2)
System File
Installation
Formatting HDDs
1TB (250 GB x 4)
Approx. 10 minutes
Approx. 15 minutes
4~6 hours
2TB (500 GB x 4)
Approx. 10 minutes
Approx. 30 minutes
8~10 hours
4TB (1 TB x 4)
Approx. 10 minutes
Approx. 60 minutes
16~18 hours
*Note: It is recommended not to use the LG NAS while RAID configuration, as this
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The progress of configuration of the RAID volume can be checked in the [RAID
SYNC STATE] by pressing SET button on the LG NAS.
will cause retardation.
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2. LG NAS Installation
LG NAS connection
For a particular IP address allocated from the Network IP administrator, installation
using an IP address, subnet mask, default gateway and allocated DNS information is
simple. Otherwise the LG NAS will automatically set up the network environment.
Connect devices as follows, referring to the user’s own network environment.
① Using the included LAN cables, connect LAN ports on LG NAS and network devices
(home router/router/switch/hub) to each other or directly plug them into the LAN
port on the PC.
A.If the network component (home router/router/switch/hub) is used to connect
the LG NAS (home router/router/switch/hub) to the PC, use the following
procedure.
Internet
LG NAS
home router/
router/switch/hub
Desktop PC
Notebook
B.If the LG NAS is connected directly to the PC without another network device,
it must be connected directly to the PC using a LAN cable,
and then the IP address must be set to 192.168.1.201 and the subnet mask to
255.255.255.0.
LAN Cable
Desktop PC
LG NAS
* In this case, PC Internet may be disconnected
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② Insure that power cord of LG NAS is connected, Press the Power Button (left most) to
turn on your LG NAS.
‘LG NAS PC S/W Installer’ installation (PC Application
program installation and usage)
The “LG NAS PC Software Intaller” provides the “NAS Detector” which quickly and
easily detects the LG NAS on the network, and the “Comnso Backup” program which
can back up client PCs to the LG NAS in real-time. Additionally, Flash player and
Acrobat Reader are included for access to the web menu and user manual.
The Installation process depends on the user operating system environment.
Program
Supported Operating System
Windows
Mac
Linux
Acrobat Reader
O
O
O
Flash Player
O
O
O
NAS Detector
O
O
-
Comnso Backup
O
-
-
User Manual
O
O
O
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PC application program installation
① Insert the “LG NAS PC Software Installer” CD in the PC drive. This can be a CD,
DVD, or Blu-ray drive. After a short while, the following menu will appear.
② Flash Player Installation. IF the web menu does not appear correctly, click the
icon for to installation.
* The LG NAS web menu requires the use of Flash Player.
③Click the “NAS Detector” button and install “NAS Detector” on the user’s PC. After
installation the shortcut icon will appear.
④ To install the “Comnso Backup” program, click on the “Comnso Backup” button.
⑤ To see the LG NAS User Manual, click on the “User Manual” button.
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PC Application Program Usage
This explains how to use “NAS Detector”.
The “Comnso Backup” detailed guide program can be found in the program after
installation.
<”NAS Detector” usage>
① After checking that the PC network is intact, double click the “NAS Detector” icon
on the desk top to open the program.
② The ‘NAS Detector’ can search for the present user’s network automatically.
When the searching is completed, the LG NAS IP Address, MAC Address, and Host
Name information are displayed on the screen.
The factory default settings are shown below.
- IP Address : 192.168.1.200
- MAC Address : serial number for each LG NAS, printed in the back label.
- Host Name : LG-NAS
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* If the desired LG NAS is not found, click again on the ‘Search Network’ button to
restart the search.
If the search on the ‘NAS Detector’ is unsuccessful, re-check the Network
connection. For manual setup see section <IP Setup>.
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③ If the search result of the LG NAS information is chosen, as well as default network
information of the LG NAS, including the Subnet mask, Default Gateway and DNS,
‘Change Network Info’, ‘Open Web Menu’ and ‘Open Network Folder’ buttons will
appear.
* For the ‘NAS Detector’ to properly function, the PC needs to be connected to the
same home router/router / switch / hub as the LG NAS
④ ‘Change Network Info’ can be selected to change the IP address.
The DHCP selection option appears if a router is used or if there is a DHCP server
on the network.
* If no IP address is allocated, use the IP address “NAS Detector” or check the
DHCP option and automatically assign an IP address
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⑤ If the ‘Open Web Menu’ button is clicked, the web menu of the selected LG NAS can
be accessed.
⑥ If the ‘Open Network Folder’ button is clicked, the LG NAS network folder can be
accessed.
⑦ In selecting “Open Web Menu” or “Open Network Folder”, a pop up message
appears with “Yes”, which when selected will produce a shortcut icon on the
desk top, and after which the LG NAS web menu and network folder can be easily
accessed.
NAS web menu shortcut
NAS network folder shortcut
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< Using the LG NAS web menu >
The web menu offers LG NAS management features such as Network Information, Share
management, and Service management. It also offers menus to setup data storing using
Blu-ray drive and synchronized storing of mobile devices.
① Double click on a shortcut
②
The LG NAS web menu can be used, after inputting user ID and password. The
administrator ID is ‘admin’ and initial password is ‘admin’.
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③ After logging in, use the LG NAS data setup, share management, service
management, Blu-ray drive, and mobile sync. features. The detailed information
can be found in <Chapter 4 Using LG NAS Web menu>.
<Using LG NAS Network Folder>
File share and store can be performed, similar to the internal or external HDDs
connected to the PC.
①
Double click the LG NAS network folder shortcut.
② The LG NAS Blu-ray drive and default folder are shown as ‘BD Drive’ and ‘n4b1’
respectively.
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③ To read a disc inserted in the LG NAS, double click on ‘BD Drive’ folder, and to
access the LG NAS hard disc, double click on ‘n4b1’ folder.
* If the contents of the LG NAS BD_Drive do not display correctly, please refresh.
* The administrator ID is ‘admin’ and initial password is ‘admin’.
* < Default folders of LG NAS>
LG NAS Blu-ray drive
LG NAS root
Blu-ray drive Default saving target folders and mobile devices
Default folder used for data disc copy using the Blu-ray
drive
Default folder used for saving disc images using the Bluray drive
Default saveing target folder for mobile device sync
iTunes data saving folder
Default shared folder
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3. LCD panel and front button usage
3. LCD panel and front button usage
At completion of booting the first screen will be as follows.
* If the LAN cable is unplugged, a [SVC_CODE: 61_00] will appear on the LCD window.
In this case, ensure the LAN cable is connected.
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Power Off / On (POWER button)
Power On
After pushing the POWER button on the front panel the following message appears,
activating the LG NAS.
Power Off
When pressing the POWER button and holding for 5 seconds, the system will shut
down, as shown below.
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Tray open / close (DISC OPEN button)
Pressing the “DISC OPEN” button at the front will open the drive and draw out the tray,
where the disc can be placed, and pressing the button again will push the tray in.
Similarly the tray can be pushed in by hand.
Action set up (MODE button)
By pressing the “MODE” button at the front of the LG NAS, many functions become
available for use.
Use the “MODE” button as follows.
There are 4 steps in the Action set up mode: [IP Setup] - [ODD Backup] - [ODD
Backup] - [ODD Burn] - [USB Backup]. Pushing the “MODE” button allows the user
to go to the next page. Using the “SET” button the user can access each of any of the
functions.
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IP Setup
① The first time the “MODE” button is pressed will present the following display for
the IP set up mode.
After the first system files are installed, the LG NAS has a default IP address of
192.168.1.200. At that time a new user IP address and network can be created.
② The IP address set up can begin by pressing the “SET” button
③ By pushing the “MODE” button, the IP address can be created manually, along
with default network settings, where by pressing the “SET” button, and hence
the display showing “Use DHCP?”, the IP address and network settings will be
automatically set up.
It is recommended that the IP address of the LG NAS is set up manually to avoid
future clashes with other IP address connected to the same network. Using the
DHCP set up, the last IP address digit will be either a D (Dynamic), for automatic set
up, or an S (Static), for manual set up.
There are 3 steps in the manual set up of IP and network information:IP Setup
-> Subnet Mask Setup -> Gateway Setup. By pressing the “MODE” button, the
selected digit will be enlargened. By pressing the “SET” button, the cursor moves
to the right. By pressing the ”DISC OPEN” button, the cursor moves to the left. In
this way digits can be changed.
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Backup data on discs using LG NAS (ODD Backup)
The data saved on the disc can be backed up to the LG NAS by simple button
operation.
① Insert the backup disc in the LG NAS Blu-ray disc drive.
②In the first LG NAS screen, press the MODE button to configure the ODD Backup
mode.
③Press the SET button to back up data on disc to the LG NAS. The ISO image file can
be saved to the LG NAS default folder ‘n4b1/Backup/IMG’.
The file name is automatically created as follows.
Save domain
n4b1/Backup/
IMG
Media type
Create file name
CD [DATA]
my_cd_Disc volume_backupdata.iso
CD [AUDIO]
my_cda_disc_backupdata.bin
my_cda_disc_backupdata.cue
DVD
my_dvd_Disc volume_backupdata.iso
BD
my_bd_Disc volume_backupdata.iso
* Does not support copy protected discs
④ During the process the percentage completed is displayed on the LCD.
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⑤ During saving, pressing the MODE button will cancel the operation.
⑥ At the end of the process the following message will appear.
Writing data to disc (ODD Burn)
The LG NAS presents an easy and simple procedure for handling buttons and their
functions, in order to write data to disc.
① Insert a blank disc into the LG NAS Blu-ray drive.
② On the first LG NAS display push the MODE button to indicate the ODD burn mode.
③ Immediately after the ISO image file selection, press the SET button.
④The image can be selected by pressing the MODE button. By using the MODE
button, the images saved to the default folder ‘n4b1/Backup/IMG’ can be scrolled
through. The currently selected image is [Select ISO image file/number of all image
files].
- Tip 1) When pressing the ‘MODE’ button and holding for 3 seconds, the scrolling
direction can be reversed.
- Tip 2) When pressing the ‘MODE’ button and holding for 5 seconds, the file
selection to the initial state can be exited.
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⑤ The required file can be found by using the MODE button and then using the SET
button to begin the image file writing process.
⑥ The percentage completed will be displayed on the LCD.
⑦ During the writing process, pressing the MODE button will cancel the operation.
⑧ When the process is completed the following message will appear on the LCD.
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USB device / memory card back up
The LG NAS allows for a simple procedure and use of buttons to back up the USB
device and memory card data.
*Note: A
n adaptor is needed for any memory card. (Refer to the website http://
www.lge.com for a list of compatible memory card devices. Use of
incompatible devices may cause unexpected action by the LG NAS)
1) Connect the USB device or memory card to the LG NAS. After a short while a sound
will be heard indicating that a connection has been made, accompanied by the
following message. (The message that will appear will be similar to ‘Removable_
Memcard_mounted’)
※ The latest connection is valid, if multiple devices are connected.
2) By pressing the MODE button from the first screen, the USB back up mode will
appear.
3) P
ressing the SET button will save files in the default folder created by the
manufacturer of the LG NAS n4b1/Backup/USB. The memory data saved in the
created folder name, as indicated below will have a name in the form shown below,
i.e. ‘Memory data creator name_serial number-File Backup form /date created
yearmonthdaytime’. Hence this will assist in the location of the file in later stages.
Also, each back up file will have its own independent back up sub-folder. All data
on the external device will be backed up to the LG NAS.
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The file name is automatically created as indicated below.
Save folder
n4b1/Backup/USB/
Created folder name
Memory data creator name_serial number/
File Backup form /date created yearmonthdaytime
Using the button on the file backup mode the file will be automatically named
‘BackupDate’. For more detailed file backup information, refer to section <USB
Sync>
LG NAS State indication (SET button)
Pressing the SET button to the right and at the front of the panel, with pauses in
between, the LG NAS state and information can be seen on the first screen display.
Pressingthe set button in this way will give the following information: [Host Name, IP]
– [Time & Date] – [Storage Capacity] – [RAID Sync Stat] – [System Stat].
Host name and IP confirmation
Host name (Your LG NAS name) and IP address setting can be confirmed.
S indicates that a Static IP address is being used, and D indicates a Dynamic DHCP
setting.
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Time and date confirmation
The LG NAS current time / date settings can be confirmed.
Save capacity confirmation
Current storage capacity percentage is indicated as shown below.
* For no configured volume, ‘---%’ will be displayed.
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RAID configuration state confirmation (RAID SYNC STATE)
The current RAID configuration state can be confirmed. The table below describes the
state of both the resynchronizing and finished states of the configuration.
STATE
SYNC DONE
SYNCING NOW
Remarks
RAID configuration complete
RAID configuration in process
System operating status check
Correct operation of the LG NAS can be confirmed.
If the LG NAS detects abnormality, ‘[SVC_CODE: xx_xx]’ will be displayed. For detailed
information regarding the service code, refer to the web site, http://www.lge.com.
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4. L
G NAS Web Menu Use (for LG
NAS administrators)
Support for the LG NAS to remotely connect and set the web menu is available. The LG
NAS Web Menu is a webpage that users can open from their LG NAS. If the LG NAS is
connecting to the network using the current IP address, the LG NAS settings can be
changed on the web browser.
Administrator’s Web menu access
① Open your web browser and input 『http://IP address』 in the address bar. If the IP
address is not known, refer to <PC Application Program Usage> or <IP Setup>
* If the DDNS service offered by the LG NAS is used, log in access to http://UserId.
lgnas.com is allowed instead of use of the IP address. For more details, refer to
<DDNS>
② Enter ID and password.
* The LG NAS initial ID is admin, and the initial password is admin.
* For security, it is advised to change administrator’s password.
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Express set up wizard menu
To facilitate the LG NAS set up the upper web menu contains a wizard.
System setting
The wizard menu assists in the network set up of items such as the host name, IP
address, date and time, which comprise basic network information.
① Click on the upper “System Setting” icon in the administrator login state.
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② Click the “Basic Setting” button.
③
In the “NAS Name” box, input the user LG NAS name, and in the “NAS Description”
box, input the LG NAS information.
④ Clicking the “Next” button will bring the user to the IP set up step.
⑤ When the required IP is already known, click on the ‘Manual IP Setting’, and input
network information including IP address, Subnet mask and DNS. If the network
supports DHCP, choose ‘Obtain an IP address automatically (DHCP)’.
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* If network information, IP address or Subnet mask or DNS address, is unknown,
contact the ISP or network administrator. For router use, refer to the router manual.
⑥ Set the standard clock and system clock according to location.
The ‘Use Local Time’ button can be used to import the current time from the system.
Date and time can be inputed manually.
* To indicate accurate time for files in the shared folder and log files, it is
encouraged to set current time with accuracy.
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⑦ When all the inputting is finished, click the ‘Confirm’ button. Now, the LG NAS
is set up for use. For work on detail options and sharing management or mobile
synchronization with a Blu-ray drive, proceed to the next menu.
User registration
There is a LG NAS create user help wizard menu.
① Click the “Register User” button.
② Input the desired user ID, Name, Password, description and email address, then
click the ‘Save’ button.
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③ Click the ‘Edit Group’ button to set up registered user groups; Click the ‘Edit
Folder’ button to set up folder access authorization. This will link the user to the
respective pages.
Scheduling backup
A help wizard menu exists for the Blu-ray drive scheduled back up and restoration.
<Scheduling Backup>
①
Click the ‘Scheduling Backup’ button.
② Find the target folder for scheduling backup and click the ‘Next’ button.
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③ Configure cycle and method, then click the ‘Confirm’ button
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<Restoration>
① Click the ‘Restore’ button
② Select a file or folder from the backup list, then click ‘Restore’ button.
③
The LG NAS will locate the data and inform the user for all data, and which
corresponding disc it is stored in.
④ As the corresponding disc is installed, data can be restored.
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Mobile Sync
USB device, memory card and LG NAS Sync settings can be performed through the
wizard menu which helps save data automatically.
① Click on the “Mobile Sync” icon above.
② Each port is indicated as the LG NAS recognizes the connecting device. When the
desired device is selected, click on the ‘Setting’ button
③ Set up name, description, target folder, cycle and method. For details concerning
configuration options, refer to <USB Device & Memory Card>.
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FTP Viewer
The LG NAS offers a shortcut function, and hence allows connection to an FTP at one
click and accessing files within the LG NAS.
① Click on the ‘FTP Viewer’ button above
②
Click on the ‘OK’ button.
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③
Enter user name and password, then click on the ‘Log On’ button
④ An LG NAS shared folder will appear.
* To use FTP Viewer, an FTP should be activated at ‘Services > Network Server > FTP’
within the web menu for the administrator. For details, refer to <Network Server>
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Changing the administrator password and information
① Click the “Info” button at the upper left. This will display the current user
information.
② Click the ‘Edit’ button to the right of the page.
③ Enter the edited information and click the ‘Apply’ button.
Help
By clicking the “Help” button at the top right, the help page will appear.
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System Settings
You can set up network properties more in detail.
Network
Very importantly, in the Network setting menu, the LG NAS can be connected to the
network. If the set up is not performed correctly, connection problems will arise at later
stages, hence care must be taken.
Host
① Designate an LG NAS host name.
The server name has a limit of 12 characters, this can be a combination of letters,
digits, underscores and hyphens; the first characters though must be a letter or a
number.
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② Type in host description.
The host description has a limit of 24 characters; this can be a combination of
letters, digits, underscores, hyphens and spaces. This explanation only affects the
Windows client.
Interface
The Network interface’s IP properties are specified. During system connection, care
must be taken as restrictions may be created.
①
②
③
④
① For an existing IP address, check ‘Manual IP Setting’. If the network supports
DHCP, check ‘Obtain an IP address automatically (DHCP)’.
∙Manual IP setup: If the absence of a DHCP server in the network, interface
information must be entered manually.
∙Obtaining an IP address automatically (DHCP): This option is available when
a DHCP (or a router) is connected to the server. Activation of the DHCP option
will disconnect the web menu, thus the IP address must be renewed on the LCD
or through the ‘LAS Detector’ program. The DHCP dynamically renews the IP
address of the DHCP server periodically, which may trigger an unexpected
change of IP address, thus the DHCP option must be handled with great
caution.
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② If ‘Manual IP Setting’ above has been checked, fill in the IP address, Subnet mask,
default gateway and DNS address.
∙ IP address: Enter desired IP address.
∙Subnet Mask: Enter the subnet mask that suits the current network environment.
∙Default Gateway: Define the outgoing route. If no gateway exists on the
network, enter the IP address.
∙Default DNS server address: The DNS handles conversions between domain
names and IP addresses. If the DNS is not correctly configured, e-mails, DDNSs
or domains will not function normally.
∙Secondary DNS server address: Enter the secondary DNS server address.
* If accurate values are unknown, please contact ISP or network administrator.
③ Configure ethernet frame size. If frame size is unknown, set it to 1500.
* E
thernet Frame Size: If the Ethernet frame size is at least 1500 gigabits, specified
files can be sent quickly and with ease. In this case, the LG NAS alone does
not change, but so do the PC and home router/router/hub/switch frame sizes.
Otherwise performance will be reduced.
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Workgroup/Domain
Set up a workgroup and domains that the Windows network supports. This will allow for
access to the LG NAS shared folder in Windows. In addition to this, the LG NAS domain
service supports a Windows Active Directory, enabling the import of existing user
information, with ease and speed.
① Select the appropriate ‘Workgroup’ or ‘Domain’ considering the environment where
the LG NAS will run.
② When selecting ‘Workgroup’, input workgroup name required. Or when selecting
‘Domain’, input domain name, domain administrator ID and password.
* Domain: In the active directory user environment, the domain settings should not
be created in the local User/Group folder, but should be created in the domain
User/Group folder.
When the domain settings are created, the network administrator must be
available to provide assistance, as the user must have access to all information
concerning the Name server. If wrong information is inputted, sharing and use of
the LG NAS will be limited.
* In the event of unfamiliarity with the Workgroup/Domain, use of default values is
recommended.
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Date & Time
Set up the system time. The accurate time display of the files uploaded to the
sharing folder and accurate time display of the log file must match the current a
Date and Time Setup
②
①
① To manually set date and time, click on the ‘Edit’ button
② Local time will be used by clicking the ‘Use Local Time’ button.
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NTP Setup
The Network Time Protocol (NTP) periodically aligns itself with an external time server to
obtain and synchronize itself with accurate time. This accurate time should continuously
activate the NTP. To use the Default Time Server, refer to pool.ntp.org server time.
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Mail Notification
To use Mail Notification, the LG NAS usage amount can be periodically checked.
Registration information and results will be sent to users subsequent to their new
registration.
①
To configure the mail notification, click on the ‘Edit’ button
②To use it check ‘Disable’ if ‘Enable’ is not used. If ‘Enable’ is checked,
proceed with the following steps:
②
③
④
⑤
⑥
⑦
⑧
⑨
③SMTP Server Address: Input the Mail Server address. Refer to the information
page in the network administrator Mail Service, and input the accurate SMTP
Server Address value. (e.g. smtp.yahoo.com, smtp.gmail.com:446)
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④SMTP Authentication: When sending mail, dependant on the mail server, login
may be required. In the case of own mail server, the SMTP Authentication must
be activated. (e.g. Smtp.Webmail SMTP servers such as yahoo.com perform
certification processes. Refer to the user webmail service help).
⑤ SMTP SSL Support: Some mail servers’ login information is encrypted and sent.
At this time the SMTP SSL Support must be activated. (e.g. Smtp.Webmail smtp
servers such as gmail.com perform certification processes. Refer to the user
webmail service help).
⑥ Subject: The information email subject can be specified or changed.
⑦ Recipient Mail Address: Input the mail receipt administrator’s address.
⑧Notification Trigger: Set up the information concerning the periodic use of the
HDD. In the case of not wanting to receive message periodically, the option
may be disabled.
⑨HDD Status sending time: The HDD use information mail out frequency can be
determined (daily/weekly/monthly).
Volume
This section describes information and functions of volume where the user stores data.
* The LG NAS uses hard disks separated in 3 areas; System, Swap and User.
- The System is where the LG NAS firmware is installed with 2GB of space allocated.
- Swap is a virtual memory area to compensate shortage of memory. 256MB are
- The user composes the LG NAS volume and the remaining space is allocated.
allocated.
Total available space of the volume differs according to file system pattern and
RAID level.
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Volume Array Configuration
This page displays information pertaining to existing state and size of the volume of the
LG NAS. Configuration is possible through the volume name, configuration disk, RAID
level, volume state and capacity.
1) Name
The name will be divided into a maximum of 4, i.e. Vol1/Vol2/Vol3/Vol4. The check
box on the left refers to the volume.
2) Disk
The volume configuration will be divided into various hard disk locations and will be
labeled B1/B2/B3/B4. The configured volume via RAID will appear on a multitude
of disks.
3) RAID
The RAID level indicates NONE, JBOD, RAID0, RAID1, RAID5, RAID10.
4) Status
The volume’s strange state and work are displayed. The volume’s state is divided
into active / none / degraded / destroyed / formatting / syncing / migrating.
- ‘active’ refers to no abnormality in the volume,
- ‘none’ refers to when no RAID is configured,
-‘degraded’ refers to configuration of the abnormal or deleted hard disk process,
though volume is available for use,
-‘destroyed’ refers to configuration of the abnormal or deleted hard disk process,
and volume is unavailable for use,
- ‘formatting’ refers to the process of formatting the volume,
- the ‘syncing’ state refers to the RAID configuration process,
- the ‘migrating’ state refers to the RAID reconfiguration process.
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5) Capacity (Used/Total)
The amount used and total capacity of volume are displayed. The percentage of
capacity used (Used/Total) is indicated by the bar on left and full capacity (Total) is
indicated by the bar on the right.
∙Note 1) Total storage represents total available storage, which is defined by file
system and RAID level.
The ext3 file system of the LG NAS occupies 1.5% of the total HDD storage, thus
the actual available storage in a volume is approximately 98.5% of the total
user storage. When using one HDD per volume (single disk), the total storage is
equal to the actual available storage of a HDD. The total storage of a RAIDbased volume differs according to RAID level (JBOD / RAID0 / RAID1 / RAID5 /
RAID10). For JBOD, the total available storage is the sum of the actual available
storage of each HDD. For RAID0, the total available storage is the actual
available storage of the smallest HDD multiplied by the number of HDDs. For
RAID1, the total available storage is the actual available storage of the smallest
HDD. For RAID5, the total available storage is the actual available storage of
the smallest HDD multiplied by (the number of HDDs minus 1). For RAID10,
which is composed of 5 HDDS, the total available storage is twice that of the
actual available storage.
∙Note 2)The represented size of the HDDs differs depending on manufacturer
and OS.
HDD manufacturers use an exponent of 1000 while OSs such as Microsoft
Windows use exponents of 1024. The total available storage on the LG NAS is
represented by the exponent 1024.
∙Note 3)Volume storage of the LG NAS is the total HDD storage without the
system area and the swapping area.
If for example a volume is configured with a 1TB HDD, with 1x1012 bytes of
storage, user area will be as follows: 1x1012 - 2x109 (system area) - 256x106
(swapping area) = 997744000000 bytes. This becomes 929Gb when converted
using the exponent 1024.
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Volume create
Clicking the ‘Create’ icon opens the create window and can create the volume
determining the RAID level, and is also dependant on the number of selected HDDs.
The LG NAS supports JBOD, RAID0, RAID1, RAID5, RAID10, and single disk. Select the
optimum RAID level according to user’s request. For a detailed explanation of the RAID
configuration, refer to <Appendix A>.
Deleting volumes
Selecting the volume and clicking the ‘Delete’ icon will erase the volume. At this point
the user data of the erased volume has been destroyed.
Volume edit
Selecting the volume and clicking the ‘Edit’ icon will correct the volume that is
configured by RAID. Opening the edit box the HDD in the volume can be deleted or
added. This function acts to reconfigure the volume in case of a malfunction in the HDD,
or to increase the HDD capacity.
* Cautionmust be taken when editing; try to avoid data loss due to negligence
Volume expansion
This function can increase the capacity preserving the data of the expanding volume.
The volume capacity can be extended shifting to subsequent identical drives. This
function is supported in the following volumes.
- RAID1 expansion
- RAID5 expansion
- RAID10 expansion
Performing another process during the volume configuration will retard processing.
Volume Migration
This function allows adding a new hard disk and hence migration to another RAID. This
option is supported in the following drive configurations.
- Migration of single disk to RAID1 or RAID5
- Migration of RAID1 to RAID5
- Migration of 3 RAID5 hard disks to 4 RAID5 disks
Performing another process during the volume configuration will retard processing.
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Power
Settings related to power for the LG NAS can be adjusted (Hibernation, UPS and
System Shutdown).
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Hibernation Setup
When the volumes of LG NAS have not been accessed for a given amount of time, all
the LG NAS hard disks will enter standby mode and minimize consumption of electricity.
In this hibernation state, accessing volumes will cause the LG NAS’s HDD to wake up
gradually, taking approximately 3 - 15 seconds.
① Click on the ‘Edit’ button to configure hibernation.
② Check ‘Enable’ to activate hibernation mode, or ‘Disable’ to deactivate. When
selecting ‘Enable’, proceed to the next step.
③ Set wait time.
If there is no data traffic during the given time, the LG NAS will enter hibernation
mode. Time can be set to 10/30/60/120 minutes.
④ Click on the ‘Apply’ button to dictate changes to the LG NAS. Click on the ‘Cancel’
button to discard changes.
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UPS Power Setting
An external UPS is effective for sudden power stoppages. When connecting an external
UPS to the LG NAS, confirm the actions of the UPS.
① Click on the ‘Edit’ button to configure UPS
② Check ‘Enable’ to activate UPS, or ‘Disable’ to deactivate. When selecting
‘Enable’, proceed to the next step
②
③
④
* LG NAS supports APC Style USB UPS only
③ Decide whether to shut down LG NAS after designated time interval or when UPS
power becomes low in case of unexpected external power cut.
* When setting it to shut down depending on remaining power of LG NAS, The time
interval might differ from one UPS type to another.
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④ Decide whether to maintain UPS power when LG NAS shuts down due to
unexpected power cut.
* If another device is connected to UPS, Please do not turn off UPS but keep the
power on.
⑤ Click on the ‘Apply’ button to enter changes to the LG NAS. Click on the ‘Cancel’
button to discard changes.
Shutdown
Do not go directly to the LG NAS, as the LG NAS can be started and stopped via the
web.
∙ Restart
- Ends all current operations and restarts the LG NAS.
-A warning will appear when clicking the button, and the system can be restarted
by clicking on the ‘OK’ button.
- During restart web access is not available.
∙ Shutdown
- Ends all current processes and shuts down the LG NAS.
-A warning will appear when clicking the button, and the system can be restarted
by clicking on the ‘OK’ button.
- During restart web access is not available
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Language Setting
The web menu indicates a language selection capability.
① Click on the ‘Edit’ button to set language.
② Select a desired language out of Korean, English, French, Spanish, and German
and click on the ‘Apply’ button.
*Client language:
Select the language that fits user’s client environment. (e.g.: FTP available).
For use of multiple lanuages, select unicode. Unicode can be selected only if user’s
program supports it.
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Firmware
LG NAS firmware settings can be changed (Upgrade, Initialization, Configuration and
Backup/Restore).
Upgrade
LG NAS system and Blu-ray Driver firmware can be downloaded from the product web
site, and can be used for upgrading.
Systems with a fire wall do not allow upgrades to be installed
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1) System Firmware Upgrade
①Verify connection to the Internet and download system firmware for the LG NAS
from the product site linked below.
http://www.lge.com
② Select the system firmware downloaded from the product site.
③ Install selected system formware to the LG NAS.
④When upgrade is finished, it will indicate the version of installed system
firmware.
2) Blu-ray Drive Firmware Upgrade
①Verify connection to the Internet and download drive firmware for the Blu-ray
attached to the LG NAS from the product site linked below.
http://www.lge.com
② Select the Blu-ray drive firmware downloaded from the product site.
③ Install selected Blu-ray drive firmware.
④When upgrade is finished, the version of installed Blu-ray drive firmware will be
indicated
* For stability of data, a backup of the LG NAS is strongly recommended before
upgrading. Installation takes between 1 to several minutes. Advance access of
other client users to the LG NAS while upgrading firmware is forbidden.
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Initialization
LG NAS initialization function. Clicking on the ‘Initialization’ will Initialize the system
* Caution must be taken when changing the settings, for post Initialization all-user
information and data will be deleted
* Initialization will take about 10 minutes
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Configuration Backup
<Backup>
Save the current user configuration.
* 5 backup files can be saved at maximum.
<Restore>
① Select the backup file of the time point to restore.
② Click on the ‘Restore’ button and reconfigure the user configuration.
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LG NAS Share Management
This function allows you to create users and groups as well as folders, and hence
change settings for their access authorization.
User
Current registered users appear, so new users can be created and registered user
information can be modified or deleted.
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Create User
① Click on the ‘Create User’ button.
② Enter user ID. User ID cannot be overlapped.
②
③
④
⑤
⑥
⑦
③ Enter user password.
④ Enter user password again for confirmation.
⑤ Enter user’s name.
⑥ User description can be added.
⑦ Enter user e-mail
As long as mail server settings are correct, the registration result will be sent to
the entered e-mail address. For details concerning mail server settings, refer to
<Mail Notification>.
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Edit User
Entering editing mode by clicking on the user name in the registered user list, with
the exception of the ID, all user information can be alterd
Group
Current registered groups are displayed. Groups can be created and deleted, as
well as the addition or removal of users in registered groups.
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Creating a New Group
① Click on the ‘Create New Group’ button.
② Enter group name.
②
③
④
⑤
③ Enter group description.
④Select user to be added to the group by clicking on the corresponding
checkbox. To remove a user from the group, deselect the user by clicking on
the the checkbox again.
⑤When user selection is done, click on the ‘Save’ button to create the group.
Editing Groups
By clicking on the ‘Group Name’ link in the registered group list, group attributes
can be altered.
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Folder
Current registered folders are displayed. A folder can be created/changed/deleted
for file sharing and/or authorization settings access changed to the created folder.
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Create New Folder
① Click on the ‘Add Folder’ button.
② Enter the shared folder name.
②
③
④
⑤
⑥
⑦
⑧
⑨
⑩
③ Enter folder description.
④Set the volume where the folder will be created if there is more than one.
⑤Decide whether to permit folder sharing through SMB, AFP and FTP protocol.
-Windows: Activates folder sharing through SMB protocol on Windows/Mac/
Unix. Refer to chapter 6 for connection details .
- AFP (Mac): Activates folder sharing through AFP on Mac client.
- FTP: Activates folder sharing through FTP.
⑥ Currently shared folder can be hidden from the network search.
* This is irrelevant to AFP/FTP, thus when ‘Hidden (Windows Only)’ is checked,
the folder cannot be shared through AFP/FTP.
⑦ Create a trash box within the folder.
When deleting data while the trash box is active, all the deleted files will go to
‘trash box’ folder within the shared folder.
⑧Set folder access restriction. If ‘Disable’ is checked, users can access/use
without restriction.
⑨Assign user/group to use the folder. Unassigned uses do not have access to the
folder.
* When a directory is activated at the ‘Network > Workgroup/Domain’ menu on
the left, additional users and groups will appear.
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Folder Attributes
By clicking on the folder name in the registered folder list, with the exception of the
folder name, all its information can be altered
Blu-ray (CD/DVD/BD)
The built in Blu-ray Drive allows direct copy of data from discs to LG NAS.
Furthermore, secondary backup of data using the Blu-ray drive makes data
management safer and more efficient.
Storing – Saving Disc Data to the LG NAS
Reading disc data from the Blu-ray drive is a LG NAS storage function.
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Disc Data Copy
Storage of disc data using the LG NAS is a data disc copy function.
①Insert the data disc in to the Blu-ray Drive and press the ‘Next’ button. If the
disc is completely recognized, it will appear as ‘Data Disc’ on the ‘Media Type’
cell.
i)If the disc loading function has not finished, a ‘Blu-ray Drive is busy. Try
ii) If there is no disc in the Blu-ray drive, or if an incompatible disc is used, a
again later.’ Message will appear. Try again after a short while.
‘Please insert a data disc into Blu-ray drive’ message will appear.
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② Set the destination folder to save date
③ Click on the ‘Copy’ button to start copying.
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Disc Image Backup
The disc information from the Blu-ray Drive is stored on the LG NAS as an image
file (*.iso, *.cue, *.bin). For Data Discs, files with extension iso are created, and for
Audio and Video CDs, files with extensions cue and bin respectively are created.
For copy-protected discs, image saving is not possible.
①Place the disc in the Blu-ray Drive, and click the ‘Next’ button.
A “Blu-ray Drive is busy. Try again later” message appears to indicate that
loading is not yet completed. Try again after a short while.
② Set the destination folder to save date
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③Click on the ‘Backup’ button to start the task. At start up, a progress bar will
appear.
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Burning
Burning the LG NAS data to disc is possible using the Blu-ray Drive.
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Burn Disc
Burning LG NAS files to disc is possible.
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<Button functions>
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: Moves to upper folder.
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: Refreshes the current folder
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iles or folders selected on the left window are sent to the right window to
organize a list for recording.
∙
:D
eletes selected files or folders from the list organized for recording on
the right window.
① Move the intended folder or file to the destined location.
②Selecting a folder or file to record and move to the right side produces a
configuration data list
③ Specify disc name in the ‘‘Disc Name’ window
④Click on the ‘Refresh’ button and confirm that disc writing is possible as
indicated in the disc status box.
⑤Pressing the ‘Burn’ button begins the burning process. The burning process is
accompanied by a progress bar display. To cancel the process, click on the
‘Cancel’ button, which appears with the progress bar.
⑥At the end of the burning process, the tray ejects and the disc can be removed.
*B
y clicking on the ‘Erase Disc’ button, re-writable discs can be initialized. This
action will delete all the existing data.
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Burn Image
The image file of the disc used to save LG NAS data can be burnt to disc.
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① Go to the folder where the intended is located
② Selecting an image file to record
③Click on the ‘Refresh’ button and confirm that disc writing is possible as
④Pressing the ‘Burn’ button begins the burning process. The burning process is
indicated in the disc status box.
accompanied by a progress bar display. To cancel the process, click on the
‘Cancel’ button, which appears with the progress bar
⑤At the end of the burning process, the tray ejects and the disc can be removed
* By clicking on the ‘Erase Disc’ button, re-writable discs can be initialized. This
action will delete all the existing data.
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Scheduling Backup & Restore
Saving data to the LG NAS through the Blu-ray drive, allows for backup and
restoration of disc data.
Scheduling Backup
Creation, Removal and deletion of scheduled backup from the scheduling backup
list are possible.
The scheduled backup is placed in the folder. If a scheduled back up is created,
the backup folder file information, saving frequency information, and back up file
properties must be inputted. Many scheduled back ups are possible to one back up
disc.
In the first back up, a blank of initialized disc must be used. Initialization must use
the ‘Initialization’ button in the Restore menu.
The media that can be used in the scheduled backup includes the BD-RE and
BD-R, DVD-RAM and DVD+/-RW discs.
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<Create New Backup Schedule>
① To create a Scheduling Backup Task, click on the ‘Create’.
② Input name.
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③ Input content description.
④ Select the folder on the LG NAS to back up from.
⑤Choose the backup cycle frequency: Daily, Weekly, Monthly.
Specify appropriate ‘Date’ for monthly back up cycles. Specify appropriate
‘Day’ for weekly back up cycles.
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⑥ Specify the backup time.
⑦ Select the Backup Method
The backup is configured by the file unit back up, and a set of incremental back
ups, as well as a full backup are available. In executing a backup, a new folder
is produced with name in the form of ‘Yyyymmddhhmmss’, where the folders and
files specified within the folder can be backed up.
*If incremental back up is selected, only files that have been prior altered will
be backed up.
⑧Click the ‘Open’ button in the advanced settings table to activate scheduled
back up advanced settings option.
⑨In a backup, active files can have their extensions specified.
If the ‘Picture Ext’ or ‘Document Ext’ Check Boxes are selected, the selected
image and text files can be backed up. If nothing is specified, all files will
automatically be backed up.
⑩Files not included in the backup can have their extensions specified.
Back up is not necessary for files with extensions such as temporary, etc (*.bak,
*.tmp).
⑪ Click on the ‘Save’ button to save the backup schedule.
⑫Selecting the check box of the relevant item in the schedule backup list, and
clicking on the ‘Backup’ button, immediately activates the backup process.
<Edit Backup Schedule>
After selecting a desired backup schedule from the scheduling backup list, click on
the ‘Edit’ button to edit or click on the name to alter specific properties.
<Delete Back Schedul>
After selecting a desired backup schedule from the scheduling backup list, click on
the ‘Delete’ button to delete.
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Restore
The specified file or folder can be restored in the LG NAS from the back up disc.
Fixed folders (/Share/Restore) can be restored: when restoring, standard date and
time will be used in the folder name, and the folder shall be restored. For example,
“081027_162040”.
Restoration can be achieved on a folder or file level.
<Folder restoration>
① Select folders to restore from the window on the left.
② Click on the ‘Restore’ button to start.
<File restoration>
① Select files to restore from the window on the right.
② Click on the ‘Restore’ button to start.
Tip 1)
When there are several versions of one file due to different backup dates, the latest
file or all files can be selected and unselected.
Tip 2)
Restored files can be searched for in the restore box on the right. Input the name
of the desired file in the search box, the search becomes active when the ‘Search’
button is clicked.
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Service
DDNS (Dynamic DNS)
Using DDNS and connecting the LG NAS externally by domain name is possible.
To record and connect the server IP address to the in the case of using a fixed IP
is possible, though the DDNS allows for a convenient connection in a dynamic IP
environment, where IP changes in time. Variation of IP address is monitored and
mapped to a domain name in real time. Therefore, there is no need to remember IP
address as there will be a fixed address. (e.g. myname.lgnas.com)
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②
③
① Select ‘Enable’ for DDNS.
② Input domain name to be used.
③ Input password.
* This is necessarily needed when re-registering the domain name for system
initialization or LG NAS replacement or other reasons. Do not forget password.
④ Click on the ‘Apply’ button.
* If ‘Disable’ is selected after a domain name is registered, the previous domain will be
removed, thus the domain name cannot be registered in other LG NAS devices.
Caution must be taken when setting this.
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Network Server
Access to the LG NAS through FTP or AFP is configured with this function.
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or router use, the router settings need to be changed. Please refer to portforwarding of DMZ settings in the router’s manual.
FTP
An FTP offers a handy environment when accessing LG NAS on the Internet.
The use of FTP service can be established through “Enable”. The Windows image is
explained here. The method below is applicable to other OSs.
①Use the FTP connection program, or open explorer and input the address ftp:/
/[address]. If the IP address is not known, refer to <PC Application Program
Usage> or <IP Setup>.
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se of a DDNS service offered by the LG NAS allows connection to ftp://UserID.
lgnas.com, in place of an IP address. For more details, please refer to <DDNS>
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② Input the user name and password and login
③Look at the sharing folder. Folders and files can be managed via drag and drop,
allowing for name change and delete.
Depending on the local network environment, use of the firewall in the FTP server
may be prohibited. For FTP server problems, consult the router’s manual or contact
the network administrator.
AFP
The AFP offers a similar environment to Windows folder sharing.
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FP is available within networks with the installed LG NAS, but not for external
* If there are no special reasons Windows Sharing is recommended, as the Mac OS
access without network setting changes due to firewall and other restrictions.
X basically supports Windows Folder Sharing
Network Printer
The network printer can be used by connecting the USB printer to the LG NAS.
① Select Service > Network Printer from the administrator’s web menu.
② Check “Enable”, click the “Apply” button.
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1) Windows users
①In the web menu go to “Enable” to connect the network printer, after which an
LG NAS printer icon appears.
②Doubling clicking on the icon shows the progress of the printer driver
installation. For installation issues refer to the printer manual.
③ If installation is unsuccessful use the network printer service.
2) Mac users
① Click on Go/ Utilities in the tool menu.
② Click on the Printer Setup Utility.
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③ Click on Add.
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④ Hold the alt key down while clicking on More Printers.
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⑤ In the pop up window:
i) Select Advanced.*
ii) Select Windows Printer via SAMBA.
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iii) Input the printer URI. The form name is smb: /LG NAS IP/printer. The printer
name can be found in the Device Configuration(device config)/ USB Printer page.
iv) In Printer Model, select Generic.
v)Click Add.
* By pressing the alt key while clicking on More Printers, a range of printers can be
seen. There are no other options.
vi)The printer appears in the printer list. Now the printer is ready for use.
* Linux users must consult the OS manual, or inquire at the printer company.
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iTunes
Using the iTunes services and recreating music files stored to the LG NAS through
PC/Mac iTunes programs is possible. Music does not affect the PC/Mac storage
space as transfer is done through streaming.
① For required use, select ‘Enable’ for iTunes Streaming Service.
② Set Music Library Update Frequency
- Forced update (manual): Activate once the music file service for Streaming
to begin the service. To create a music file, time is needed hence manual
updates are recommended.
- Every 5 minutes (auto): Every 5 minutes, the music file list is updated
* Itemizing a music file list may be time consuming, the Foced update option is
periodically. For updated music lists, the client program must be restarted.
recommended unless music files are updated frequently.
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USB Sync
This function enables data transfer between USB devices, memory cards or
external e-SATA devices and the LG NAS.
*Note: Some particular devices may require an adapter. (For a compatible
memory card list, please refer to the homepage, http://www.lge.com. Use of an
incompatible device may cause malfunction of the LG NAS.)
USB Device & Memory Card
USB device and memory card data can be backed up with the LG NAS.
A separate process can be created for each USB device. One task can be
performed using the USB device ID, target folder and back up method information,
as well as back up period information.
Current USB List
USB device and memory card lists on the LG NAS are displayed.
<Backup Configuration Procedures>
① Connect a USB or memory device to the LG NAS.
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n the back panel of the LG NAS there are 2 USB ports, on the front panel of
the LG NAS there is 1 USB port and 1 memory slot.
② Refresh the list to itemize.
Depending on which ports they are plugged in, USB1, USB2, USB3 and
MemCard will appear.
③ Select the device for backup and click on the ‘Create’ button.
④ Specific options for Backup are listed.
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⑤ The task name is saved.
⑥ The task information description is specified.
⑦The selected device’s unique ID is displayed. ID specific to the manufacturer
⑧ The port with the device is displayed.
⑨The backup information stored target folder is specified. When selecting the
information, product information, etc, are displayed.
device, a default folder is created automatically. The target folder can be
changed to a folder other than the default folder.
⑩The backup schedule is specified. Daily, Weekly, Monthly options are possible.
If the monthly cycle is chosen, the date will be specified. If the weekly option is
chosen, the day will be specified.
⑪ The backup time will be specified.
⑫ an automatic back up every time a USB is connected is created.
⑬For incremental backups, the incremental back up option is selected. This is
possible only when the ‘Incremental’ back up method option is valid.
-File date folder: Executes incremental back up from original file creation/
modification date. A backup folder is created with name in the form
“yyyymmdd” according to the folder’s original creation date.
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-Backup date folder: Executes incremental back up from original file backup
date. A backup folder is created with a name in the form “yyyymmdd”
according to the folder’s original creation date.
⑭ Select the Backup Method
-Incremental: From the last back up and onwards, all information is added to
the original data. File date and back up date folders are created according
to the prescribed method.
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A B C
2
A B+ C D
A B C
Delete
A B C
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D
-Full: The whole original file is backed up. A backup folder with the name
in the form of “Full Device ID” is created and another folder beneath it with
name in the form “yyyymmdd” is created according to the creation date.
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A B C
2
A B+ C D
A B C
Delete
A B C
A B+
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-Copy: The original data can be synchronized. The backup target basic folder
name is created from the “Device ID”. The backup is saved in the original file
folder.
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2
A B C
A B C
Delete
A B+ C D
A B+ C D
-One: The basic function is commensurate to the ‘Copy’ option. Information
deleted from the original is also deleted from the back up differently from the
previous version.
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2
A B C
A B C
Delete
A B+ C D
A B+
⑮ For advanced setting options, click on the ‘Open’ button.
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17 The
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extension on the back up file can be specified. If the ‘Picture Ext’ or
‘Document Ext’ Check Boxes are selected, only files with image file extensions
or text file extensions can be backed up. Otherwise all files will be backed up.
files that are not backed up can also have their extensions specified.
Temporary files etc with extensions (*.bck, *.tmp), and files that are not useful
will not be backed up.
Click on the ‘Save’ button to save the task.
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USB Sync Setting
The current task list is indicated and tasks may be created, edited, deleted or
synched.
∙ Clicking on the ‘Create’ button allows for a new task to be created.
∙ If the list task name is clicked, editing is possible.
∙If the task name is selected, and the ‘Delete’ button is clicked, the task is
deleted.
∙If the task name is selected, the ‘Sync’ button can be clicked to instigate the
sync process.
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e-SATA
This function enables data transfer between external e-SATA devices and the LG
NAS.
The LG NAS folders are displayed on the left window and folder structure of e-SATA
devices on the right.
<Button Functions>
∙
: Moves to upper folder.
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: Refreshes the current folder
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: Deletes selected files or folders.
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: Copies selected LG NAS folders/files to e-SATA device folder
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: Copies selected e-SATA device folders/files to LG NAS folder
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:c
hecks e-SATA device’s connection status and loads connected
e-SATA device
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USB / Memory Card
This function enables data transfer between USB devices, memory cards and the
LG NAS.
<Button functions>
∙
: Moves to upper folder.
∙
: Refreshes the current folder
∙
: Deletes selected files or folders.
∙
: Copies selected LG NAS folders/files to USB device / memory card folder
∙
: Copies selected USB device / memory card folders/files to LG NAS folder
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Information
This shows network, volume, device status of the LG NAS and information about system
log, connection log and self-diagnosis.
Status
LG NAS Network, Volume and external Device state can be viewed.
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①Mac Address, IP, Subnet Mask, Gateway, DNS Server, Ethernet Frame Size, link
②Configured volume list and usage/RAID state information etc can be viewed.
③All hard disk information connected to the LG NAS can be viewed by Bay
④The information pertaining to the Blu-ray drive connected to the LG NAS can be
⑤The information pertaining to the USB device and memory card connected to the
⑥The information pertaining to the e-SATA device connected to the LG NAS can
⑦ User state currently connected to the LG NAS can be viewed.
Speed, etc information can be viewed.
position
viewed.
LG NAS can be viewed.
be viewed.
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Log
The LG NAS service history can be displayed/saved.
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① The system use history can be viewed
② The share folder use history can be viewed
③ The FTP use history can be viewed.
④The diagnosis is und and the result can be viewed
⑤ Selected tab log can be downloaded to the client PC.
- The service code for proper functions is displayed as [SVC_ CODE: 00_00].
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G NAS web menu usage
(Regular users)
The LG NAS supports possible web menu remote connections. The LG NAS web menu
can be called from the user’s LG NAS. In the case that the LG NAS is linked to the
network and uses a valid IP address, the LG NAS settings can be changed through the
web browser.
User web menu access
①Open the web browser and input the address 『http://IP address』. If the address is
not known, please refer to <PC Application Program Usage> or <IP Setup>.
* If a DDNS service offered by the LG NAS is used, connection to 『http://UserID.lgnas.
com』 is possible instead of using IP address. Inquire with the network administrator
concerning availability of the service.
②Input ID and password.
* Inquire with the network administrator if password is lost.
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LG NAS usage
The LG NAS administrator and user menus can both be used through the web. The user
supports the mobile synchronization function that can easily store information that uses
the Blu-ray drive for the mobile device data.
Express setup menu
To facilitate the LG NAS set up the upper web menu contains a wizard.
Mobile Sync
Sync settings to automatically save data between USB device, memory card and LG
NAS can be performed through the wizard menu.
① Click on the “Mobile Sync” icon above.
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② Click the “Mobile Sync” button at the bottom of the page.
③port is indicated as the LG NAS recognizes the connecting device. Select device to
be configured for sync and click on the ‘Setting’ button.
④Name, respective file/folder, Sync method, Frequency log etc can be set up. For
setting options, please refer to <USB Sync>.
FTP Viewer
The LG NAS a shortcut function which helps access files at one click to files within the
LG NAS from the web menu.
① Click on the ‘FTP Viewer’ icon above.
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② Click on the ‘OK’ button.
③ Input ID and password, then click on the ‘Log On’ button
④ The LG NAS shared folder will display.
* Contact the LG NAS administrator if you cannot use FTP Explorer.
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Changing user passwords
① Click the ‘Info’ button at the upper left. This will display the current user
information.
② Click the ‘Edit’ button to the right of the page.
③ Enter the edited information and click the “OK” button.
Help
By clicking the ‘Help’ button at the top right, the help page will appear.
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Blu-ray(CD/DVD/BD)
The built in Blu-ray Drive allows direct copy of data from discs to the LG NAS.
Furthermore, secondary backup of data using the Blu-ray drive makes data
management safer and more efficient.
Storing
Reading disc data from the Blu-ray drive is an LG NAS storage function.
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Disc Data Copy - Writing Disc Data to the LG NAS
Storage of disc data using the LG NAS is a data disc copy function.
①Insert the data disc in to the Blu-ray Drive and press the ‘Next’ button. If the
disc is completely recognized, it will appear as ‘Data disc’ on the ‘Media Type’
cell.
i) If the disc loading function has not finished, a “Blu-ray Drive is busy. Try
ii) If there is not disc in the Blu-ray drive, or if an incompatible disc is used, a
again later.” Message will appear. Try again after a short while.
“Please insert a data disc into Blu-ray drive” message will appear.
②
③
② Set the destination folder to save date
③ Click on the ‘Copy’ button to start copying.
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Disc Image Backup
The disc information from the Blu-ray Drive is stored on the LG NAS as an image
file (*.iso, *.cue, *.bin). For Data Discs, files with extension iso are created, and for
Audio and Video CDs, files with extensions cue and bin respectively are created.
For copy-protected disks, image saving is not possible.
①Place the disc in the Blu-ray Drive, and click the ‘Next’ button. A “Blu-ray Drive
is busy. Try again later.” message appears to indicate that loading is not yet
completed. Try again after a short while.
② Set the destination folder to save date
③Click on the ‘Backup’ button to start the task. At start up, a progress bar will
appear.
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Burning
Burning the LG NAS data to disc is possible using the Blu-ray Drive.
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Burn Disc
Burning LG NAS files to disc is possible.
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<Button functions>
∙
: Moves to upper folder.
∙
: Refreshes the current folder
∙
:F
iles or folders selected on the left window are sent to the right window to
organize a list for recording.
∙
:D
eletes selected files or folders from the list organized for recording on
the right window.
① Move the intended folder or file to the destined location.
②Selecting a folder or file to record and move to the right side produces a
configuration data list
③ Specify disc name in the ‘Disc Name’ window.
④Click on the ‘Refresh’ button and confirm that disc writing is possible as
indicated in the disc start box.
⑤Pressing the ‘Burn’ button begins the burning process. The burning process is
accompanied by a progress bar display. To cancel the process, click on the
‘Cancel’ button, which appears with the progress bar.
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⑥At the end of the burning process, the tray ejects and the disc can be removed.
*By clicking on the ‘Erase Disc’ button, re-writable discs can be initialized. This
action will delete all the existing data.
Burn Image
The image file of the disc used to save LG NAS data can be burnt to disc.
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① The selected image file can be moved to the destined folder.
② Select the image file to be burnt.
③Click on the ‘Refresh’ button to confirm whether the disc can be burnt, as
④The burn function is activated by clicking the ‘Burn’ button. The burn process is
indicated in the disc state window.
accompanied by a progress bar.
⑤Click on the ‘Cancel’ button, which appears with the progress bar, to cancel the
burn.
⑥ At the completion of the burn, the tray ejects and the diskdisc may be removed.
* If the ‘Erase Disc’ button is selected, rewriteable discs can be selected. This
action will cause deletion of all the existing data.
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Mobile Device & Sync
This function enables data transfer between USB devices, memory cards or
external e-SATA devices and the LG NAS.
*Note: Some particular devices may require an adapter. (For a compatible
memory card list, please refer to the homepage, http://www.lge.com. Use of an
incompatible device may cause malfunction of the LG NAS.)
USB Sync
USB device and memory card data can be backed up with the LG NAS.
A separate process can be created for each USB device. One task can be
performed using the USB device ID, target folder and back up method information,
as well as back up period information.
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Current USB List
USB device and memory card lists on the NAS are displayed.
<Backup Configuration Procedures>
① Connect a USB device or memory card to the LG NAS.
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n the back panel of the LG NAS there are 2 USB ports, on the front panel of
the LG NAS there is 1 USB port and 1 memory slot.
② Refresh the list to itemize.
Depending on which ports are used, the USB1, USB2, USB3 and MemCard will
appear.
③ Select the device for backup and click on the ‘Create’ button.
④ Specific options for Backup are listed.
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⑤ The task name is saved.
⑥ The task information description is specified.
⑦The selected device’s unique ID is displayed. ID specific to the manufacturer
⑧ The port with the device is displayed.
⑨The backup information stored target folder is specified. When selecting the
information, product information, etc, are displayed.
device, a default folder is created automatically. The target folder can be
changed, which is different to the default folder.
⑩The backup schedule is specified. Daily, Weekly, Monthly options are possible.
If the monthly cycle is chosen, the date will be specified. If the weekly option is
chosen, the day will be specified.
⑪ The backup time will be specified.
⑫ Creates an automatic back up every time a USB is connected.
⑬For incremental backups, the incremental back up option is selected. This is
possible only when the ‘Incremental’ back up method option is valid.
-File date folder: Executes incremental back up from original file creation/
modification date. Backup folder is created with name of the form
“yyyymmdd” according to the folder’s original creation date.
-Backup date folder: Executes incremental back up from original file backup
date. Backup folder is created with name of the form “yyyymmdd” according
to the folder’s original creation date.
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⑮ Select the Backup Method.
-Incremental: From the last back up and onwards, all information is added to
the original data. File date and back up date folders are created according
to the prescribed method.
1
A B C
2
A B+ C D
A B C
Delete
A B C
B+
D
-Full: The whole original file is backed up. A backup folder with the name
in the form of “Full Device ID” is created and another folder beneath it with
name in the form “Yyyymmdd” is created according to the creation date.
1
A B C
2
A B+ C D
A B C
Delete
A B C
A B+
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-Copy: The original data can be synchronized. The backup target basic folder
name is created from the “Device ID”. The backup is saved in the original file
folder.
1
2
A B C
A B C
Delete
A B+ C D
A B+ C D
-One: The basic function is commensurate to the ‘Copy’ option. Information
deleted from the original is also deleted from the back up differently from the
previous version.
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2
A B C
A B C
A B+ C D
A B+
D
⑭ For advanced setting options, click on the ‘Open button’.
⑮The extension on the back up file can be specified. If the ‘Picture Ext’ or
‘Document Ext’ Check Boxes are selected, only files with image file extensions
or text file extensions can be backed up. Otherwise all files will be backed up.
16 The
17 files that are not backed up can also have their extensions specified.
Temporary files etc with extensions (*.bck, *.tmp), and files that are not useful
will not be backed up.
Click on the ‘Save’ button to save the task.
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USB Sync Setting
The current task list is indicated and tasks may be created, edited, deleted or
synched.
∙ Clicking on the ‘Create’ button allows for a new task to be created.
∙ If the task name on the list is clicked, editing is possible.
∙If the task name is selected, and the ‘Delete’ button is clicked, the task is
deleted.
∙If the task name is selected, the ‘Sync’ button can be clicked to instigate the
sync process.
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e-SATA
This function enables data transfer between external e-SATA devices and the LG
NAS.
The LG NAS folders are displayed on the left window and folder structure of e-SATA
devices on the right.
<Button Functions>
∙
: Moves to upper folder.
∙
: Refreshes the current folder
∙
: Deletes selected files or folders.
∙
: Copies selected LG NAS folders/files to e-SATA device folder
∙
: Copies selected e-SATA device folders/files to LG NAS folder
∙
:c
hecks e-SATA device’s connection status and loads connected
e-SATA device folders.
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USB / Memory Card
This function controls file input/output of USB devices or memory cards attached to
the LG NAS.
<Button functions>
∙
: Moves to upper folder.
∙
: Refreshes the current folder
∙
: Deletes selected files or folders.
∙
: Copies selected LG NAS folders/files to USB device / Memory card folder
∙
: Copies selected USB device/Memory card folders/files to LG NAS folder
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6. LG NAS use via network drive
The file sharing service is the most important function in the LG NAS. This section
pertains to Windows, Mac, Linux OS, which are explained in reference to their use with
the LG NAS network drive.
Accessing the LG NAS data in Windows OS
For Windows users, observe the following procedure to access the LG NAS.
PC Application Program Usage
After setting up the ‘LG NAS PC Software Installer’ disc NAS Detector program and
desktop icon use, execute and clicking on the “Open Network Folder” button will allow
access to the LG NAS’s sharing folder. For detailed setting information refer to <PC
Application Usage>
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Windows OS “Execute” function use
Clicking on “Execute” in the Windows OS can start a new menu with inputting the \\IP
Address to the LG NAS can be accessed. For information pertaining to the IP address,
refer to <IP Setup>
Windows File Sharing Use.
Open the web browser and input 『\\IP address』 in the address bar. The server can
be accessed after the log in. If the IP address is not known, refer to <PC Application
Usage> or <IP Setup>
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Post server connection, network drive set up
If there is a connection to the LG NAS, all sharing folders are registered. If settings
involve the network drive using the “Tools > Map Network Drive…”, future connection
to the LG NAS server becomes more convenient.
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MAC OS connection
MAC users can connect to the LG NAS by methods such as explained below.
“Server connect” function use
The LG NAS sharing folder can be added to the Mac server list on the desk top. The
connection order is as follows.
①
Select “Connect to server” after clicking on “Go” at menu bar.
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② At the server address field, input the LG NAS IP address 『smb://IP Address』, and
click the “Connect” button. If the LG NAS IP address is not known, refer to<PC
Application Usage> or <IP Setup> .
③ Click on the “OK” button in the LG NAS folder list usage volume (e.g. BD_Drive or
n4b1) .
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④ Input the log in ID and password and click on the ‘OK’ button. The initial settings
are as follows: ID: admin, password: admin.
* For security, changing administrator password is advised.
⑤ Hence open the share folder and the share folder will appear on the desk top.
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Linux OS access
LG NAS supports Windows, MAC, and Linux OS, through the NFS service. The Linux
system connection is as follows. Hereinafter Red Hat will be refered to.
① Click on the menu bar and then select ‘network’.
② Click on “Windows Network” and if “workgroup” is selected, the connected LG NAS
will be displayed inside the work group. Select the LG NAS to connect.
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③ If the LG-NAS is selected, the LG NAS folder list will be displayed. Select the
volume to be used (e.g. BD_Drive or n4b1).
④ If the ID and passwords are inputted then connection to the LG NAS is allowed.
Initial default information is ID: admin, password: admin.
* For security, changing administrator password is advised.
⑤ After logging in, the LG NAS share folder appears.
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7. LG NAS maintenance
This section explains about general LG NAS maintenance and self-diagnosis.
LG NAS shut down/reboot
The following steps pertain to server shut down/reboot.
① Inform all connected users to save files in operation and stop use of the LG NAS.
② Open the administrator web page, and go to the ‘System > Power > Shutdown’
tab. According to the description, pressing the ‘Restart’ button, the system can be
restarted or shut down.
For a compulsory shut down of the LG NAS, press the power button for 5 seconds. A
beep will sound once and LG NAS shut down will follow.
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Administrator password and network set up initialization
Open the administration web menu and go to the ‘Initialization’ tab of the ‘System >
Firmware’ menu. Following the explanation, push the ‘Initialization’ button and initialize
the default system values.
Warning: As this time all registered user information and data will be deleted, and
cannot be recovered.
∙ LG NAS default value initialized items
① System administrator ID, password: admin, admin
② Network set up /TCP/IP configuration: 192.168.1.200
③ Network set up/TCP/IP configuration : Jumbo frame inactivity
④ System device/IP filter: All connections are allowed
∙2)Log in to the LG NAS using the default user name and password:
ID: admin, password: admin
System information checking and saving.
Open the administration web menu and go to the ‘Log’ of the ‘Information’ menu then
check and save settings in ‘System Log’, ‘Samba Log’ and ‘FTP Log’.
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Self-diagnosis execution.
The LG NAS, by virtue of built in self-diagnosis mode, helps users easily recognize and
handle problems arising on the server.
①When the LG NAS encounters a problem while powering on and running, it
automatically displays self-diagnosis result on the LSC as follows (xx: system
error code, yy: HDD error code)
②Even in the middle of usage, the administrator can open up the administrator
web menu and select the ‘Self-diagnosis’ tab in the ‘Information > Log’ menu,
so the LG NAS immediately runs self-diagnosis.
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System failure or malfunction
If the LG NAS encountering a problem after powering on is envisages, or after running
‘Self-diagnosis’ on the administrator web as stated above in section 7.4, Follow the
steps below.
①For technician’s reference, write down the error code appearing on the LCD
‘[SVC_CODE xx_yy] and make a record on tasks done before the accident and
messages you witnessed
②For error messages mentioned in ①, you can get help from LG electronics
Service Site if such errors were caused by negligence. http://www.lge.com.
③When no solution exists, do not disassemble and call the service center for
remote technical support.
Power cut or failure
When power failure occurs, the LG NAS will return to its former pre power-failure
state after reboot. In case of system malfunctions under normal environment,
observe the following procedure.
①If the system settings are modified, the user must perform a new set up after
reboot.
② If the system is still acting strangely contact the service centre.
To prevent data loss, frequently back up files.
① Follow the above description for shutdown/restart.
②In the case that a potential shut down is expected, all files must be saved and
backed up. After the power is restored, reboot the system.
System temperature protection
If HDD temperature within the system exceeds 75 degrees Centigrade or 167 degrees
Fahrenheit, the system ends automatically and to protect hardware.
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8. RAID trouble shooting
The LG NAS RAID configuration is abnormal when error messages appear, hence resort
to another solution:
To avoid data obstacles, perform a back up first.
1. RAID configuration error checkup
∙ Confirm whether there is an error on the RAID configuration:
①On the System > Volume page, the volume configuration state will show as
”degraded/destroyed”.
∙ Confirm which HDD is causing the RAID error.
① LED: The LG NAS state LED will appear as red.
② The Hard Disk state “faulty/removed” is displayed in the information/state box.
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If the RAID configuration is RAID5 and more than one HDD has an error, the RAID
cannot be reconfigured, thus volumes need to be reallocated. In this case, no data can
be recovered.
2. Problem solutions
Remove the HDD that has an error and connect a new hard drive (e.g.: HDD 1), then
the RAID reconfiguration will start. All date in the newly connected HDD will be lost
during this process.
For another failure during reconfiguration, the fault and HDD should be located and the
following procedure should be observed.
① Error is due to the new HDD.
The newly connected drive must be exchanged for a new drive, and then
RAID must be reconfigured.
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② Error is due to the existing HDD.
a If the RAID configuration is RAID1, choose between each of the following.
∙ Back up the volume data on another storage device. Next, reconfigure
∙ Format the newly connected HDD. Data in the volume where the
the volume.
problem has occurred should be backed up by the administrator.
Separate the HDD in which the error has occurred. Execute RAID1
reconfiguration after exchanging HDD on the LG NAS.
b When RAID configuration is RAID5, the volume state is changed to
‘destroyed’. The data must be backed up and the system must be
reconfigured. Some data may be lost during this process.
When connecting or disconnecting the HDD, strictly adhere to the following
procedure and avoids abnormal system operation or data obstruction.
1. In the LG NAS, one HDD can be connected or disconnected at a time.
2. 1
0 seconds will lapse before 2 tones are heard when the LG NAS is connected to
or disconnected from a new hard drive. Next, connect or disconnect the HDD.
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Appendix A Volume Construction & RAID Configuration
This section describes volume configuration and supported RAID level.
When configuring volume using RAID, the use of Disks of the same manufacturer and
capacity is recommended to maximize stability and efficiency of configuration. In the
case that the Disks differ in capacity and trademark, data may be lost due to low system
stability and efficiency.
In the case that the volume of the damaged Disk must be amended, relevant data must
first be backed up.
∙ Single Disk (None) volumes
The volume can be configured to each Disk without configuring the RAID. This is
similar to methods with general PCs that use Disks. If the Disk is damaged, the
damaged Disk data may be lost.
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∙ RAID1 mirroring volumes
Data can be exactly replicated to the Disk through this technique. If one Disk
becomes damaged in the volume, data can be efficiently transferred, saved and
backed up to another configured Disk. The volume’s storage capacity is equal
to that of the smallest Disk in the RAID1, as the data is reproduced from Disk to
Disk. The data backup is a priority during RAID1. The saving of important data is
recommended.
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∙ RAID0 striping volume
The Disks are configured in parallel so that they are all being used at once to store
data, as if they were one Disk in summation. Because the data is saved to each
Disk in parallel, many files of low capacity are read simultaneously but with superior
efficiency. Many low capacity files are read because multiple blocks of data are
stored to each Disk, though the performance is excellent at this time. In order to
secure data stored, Information is not read when at least one Disk is damaged.
Subsequently, if the Disk is damaged, the saved data in the volume will be lost.
The saving capacity of the volume is at least the Disk capacity multiplied by the
number of Disks. This technique must not be used for the saving of important data,
but rather for fast data access and for maintenance of the security of its volume
capacity.
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∙ JBOD Linear volume
The Disks are configured in series so that they are all being used at once to store
data, as if they were one Disk in summation. The volume’s storage capacity can be
maximized, as the data is stored to the Disks in sequence. Data must not be written
in the event of a damaged Disk to safeguard saving capacity. In this way, if a Disk
is damaged, saved date in the volume will be lost. The storage capacity of the
volume as a whole is the sum of the capacities of all of the Disks. To maximize the
safeguard of capacity of the volume, saving of important data is not recommended.
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∙ RAID5 Parity volume
The Disks are configured in parallel so as to all be used at once to store data;
parity (P) suggests that when the Disk is damaged the system will not be affected,
which is the system that the volume uses. At least 3 Disks are needed as well
as parity save capacity of 1 Disk, thus 1 Disk can be damaged without system
malfunction.
Data backup and the safeguarding of saving capacity occur simultaneously, where
the volume capacity is equal to the minimum Disk capacity multiplied by the number
of Disks in the volume minus 1. Due to parity calculation, data saving is retarded.
Data backup and the safeguarding of saving capacity occur simultaneously.
- If one Disk is damaged in RAID5, the state of the volume is indicated as “Faulty”.
The Disk that backs up data must immediately be changed in the event of its
malfunction. If more Disks are damaged, data will be permanently lost. Thus the
Disks must be exchanged with either the server off or left on (hot swapping). After
the Disk is replaced, the volume will be in a “syncing” state. After the backup is
finished, the system will be in a normal “active” state.
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D E
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∙ RAID10 Mirroring & striping volumes
In relation to the volume configuring techniques RAID1 and RAID0, the Disks are
configured 2 at a time by RAID1, followed by the configured set being associated
by RAID0 and hence the volume as a whole is configured. With more than 4 Disks
present, configuration occurs in pairs. 4 Disks are used to configure the LG NAS.
If Disk damage does not happen simultaneously to 2 Disks configured through
RAID1, the volume will continue to function. The volume save capacity is equal to
the product of the minimum Disk capacity and half of the number of Disks in the
volume.
Data backup and the safeguarding of saving capacity occur simultaneously. (RAID5
prioritizes capacity security, where RAID10 prioritizes data backup).
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Appendix B Technical Support
LG NAS provides dedicated online support and customer service via instant messenger.
You can contact us by the following means:
-. Online Support : http://www.lgservice.com
LG Electronics U.S.A. Inc, 1000 Sylvan Ave.
Englewood Cliffs NJ 07632 U.S.A or http://www.lgusa.com
LG Electronics Deutschland GMBH Jakob-Kaiser-Strae 12,
D-47877 Willich, Germany
Goldstar France E.U.R.L Paris Nord II 22, Avenue des Nations-B.P.50372
VILLEPINTE 95945 ROISSY CDG CEDEX France
LG Electronics España Complejo Europa Empressaries (Edif. Bruselas)
Ctra, N-VI 28230 Las Rozas Madrid Spain
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Appendix C Open source software notice
The following GPL executables and LGP libraries used in this product are subject to the
GPL2.0/LGPL2.1 License Agreements:
GPL EXECUTABLES:
∙ u-boot
∙ Linux kernel 2.6
∙ Busybox
∙ apcupsd
∙ ascii-3.8
∙ bash-2.05b
∙ cdrkit
∙ dosfstools
∙ dvdbackup
∙ e2fsprogs
∙ libid3tag
∙ mdadm
∙ mediatomb
∙ mtd
∙ mt-daapd
∙ netatalk
∙ noflushd
∙ ntfs-3g
∙ proftpd
∙ rsync
∙ samba
∙ smart
∙ ssmtp
∙ sysklogd
∙ udev
∙ xfs
∙ gdbm
∙ coreutils
∙ libid3tag
∙ fstyp
∙ fdutils
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∙ logrotate
∙ inadyn
∙ shadow
LGPL LIBRARIES:
∙ Glibc
∙ libexif
LG Electronics offers to provide source code to you on CD-ROM for a charge covering
the cost of performing such distribution, such as the cost of media, shipping and
handling upon e-mail request to LG Electronics at:
opensource@lge.com
This offer is valid for a period of three (3) years from the date of the distribution of this
product by LG Electronics.
You can obtain a copy of the GPL, LGPL licenses from the included the “Licenses”
flolder in the “LG NAS PC Software Installer” CD.
This product includes
∙ PHP software, freely available from http://www.php.net/software/.
∙software developed by the OpenSSL Project for use in the OpenSSL Toolkit.
(http://www.openssl.org/)
∙ Apache HTTP Server
Copyright 2006 The Apache Software Foundation.
This product includes software developed at The Apache Software Foundation (http://
www.apache.org/).
Portions of this software were developed at the National Center for Supercomputing
Applications (NCSA) at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.
This software contains code derived from the RSA Data Security Inc. MD5 MessageDigest Algorithm, including various modifications by Spyglass Inc., Carnegie Mellon
University, and Bell Communications Research, Inc (Bellcore)
This work includes the Expat xml parsing library Copyright (c) 1998, 1999 James Clark,
distributed under and subject to the Mozilla Public License Version 1.1.
This work includes the regex library Copyright 1992, 1993, 1994 Henry Spencer, all
rights reserved.
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This product includes other open source software.
∙ Copyright (c) 2004 by Internet Systems Consortium, Inc. (“ISC”)
∙ Copyright (c) 1996-2003 by Internet Software Consortium
∙ Copyright 1998-2008 The OpenLDAP Foundation
∙ Portions Copyright 1998-2008 Kurt D. Zeilenga.
∙ Portions Copyright 1998-2006 Net Boolean Incorporated.
∙ Portions Copyright 2001-2006 IBM Corporation.
∙ Portions Copyright 1999-2007 Howard Y.H. Chu.
∙ Portions Copyright 1999-2007 Symas Corporation.
∙ Portions Copyright 1998-2003 Hallvard B. Furuseth.
∙ Portions Copyright 2008 Gavin Henry
∙ Portions Copyright 2008 Suretec Systems
∙ Portions Copyright (c) 1992-1996 Regents of the University of Michigan.
∙ Copyright (c) David L. Mills 1992-2006
∙ Copyright (c) 1994-1996,1998-2005 Todd C. Miller Todd.Miller@courtesan.com
∙Copyright (c) 1987, 1989, 1990, 1991, 1993, 1994 The Regents of the University of
California.
∙ Copyright 1997 by the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
∙ Copyright (C) 2004-2006 Internet Systems Consortium, Inc. (“ISC”)
∙ Copyright (C) 1996-2003 Internet Software Consortium.
∙ Portions Copyright (C) 1996-2001 Nominum, Inc.
∙ Copyright (C) 1998-2003 Daniel Veillard.
∙ Copyright (c) 1998,2005 Free Software Foundation, Inc.
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Permission is hereby granted, free of charge, to any person obtaining a copy of this
software and associated documentation files (the “Software”), to deal in the Software
without restriction, including without limitation the rights to use, copy, modify, merge,
publish, distribute, sublicense, and/or sell copies of the Software, and to permit
persons to whom the Software is furnished to do so, subject to the following conditions:
THE SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED “AS IS”, WITHOUT WARRANTY OF ANY KIND,
EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO THE WARRANTIES OF
MERCHANTABILITY, FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE AND NONINFRINGEMENT.
IN NO EVENT SHALL THE AUTHORS OR COPYRIGHT HOLDERS BE LIABLE FOR ANY
CLAIM, DAMAGES OR OTHER LIABILITY, WHETHER IN AN ACTION OF CONTRACT,
TORT OR OTHERWISE, ARISING FROM, OUT OF OR IN CONNECTION WITH THE
SOFTWARE OR THE USE OR OTHER DEALINGS IN THE SOFTWARE.
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Appendix D Compatible/Recommended Device List
Recommendation hard disk list
The following is a list of hard disks possibly compatible with the LG NAS. The
following hard disks are recommended. In the case of using hard disks not
recommended by LG Electronics, malfunctions in the LG NAS can occur. For
updated hard disk recommendations, go to the link http://www.lge.com.
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This device strictly complies by the rules and regulations of
MIC, governing emission of electromagnetic waves (B grade),
and can be used in any area in the household.
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