One Bay SATA/IDE Turbo NAS User Manual

One Bay SATA/IDE Turbo NAS User Manual
One Bay SATA/IDE
Turbo NAS
User Manual
Revision: v0117
Date: 2009/07/23
For firmware version v1.17
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Table of Contents
1.
Introduction ......................................................................................................................... 3
1.1. Key Features................................................................................................................ 3
1.2. Network Environment ............................................................................................... 3
2. Hardware Installation ........................................................................................................ 5
3. Search Turbo NAS by SyncQuick™ NAS Manager .................................................. 8
3.1 Format the Hard Disk ................................................................................................. 9
4. Configuration ........................................................................................................................ 10
4.1. Identification .............................................................................................................. 10
4.2. Date/ Time setting .................................................................................................... 11
4.3. IP Configuration........................................................................................................ 11
4.4 Disk Utility ................................................................................................................... 12
4.5 Maintenance................................................................................................................ 13
5. SAMBA Server (SMB) ........................................................................................................ 15
5.1 How to crate user ...................................................................................................... 15
5.2 How to modify account password ........................................................................ 18
5.3 How to delete a SMB (SAMBA) account.............................................................. 19
6. FTP Server ............................................................................................................................. 21
6.1 How to crate FTP account ....................................................................................... 21
6.2 How to delete FTP account ..................................................................................... 22
7. XBOX 360 UPnP Media server.......................................................................................... 23
8. Printer Server........................................................................................................................ 25
9. Bit Torrent server................................................................................................................. 30
10. Mac installations (Mac 10.5.4 or above) ..................................................................... 33
11. Map your Turbo NAS as a Network Drive ................................................................... 36
12. Q&A ....................................................................................................................................... 37
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1. Introduction
Thank you for purchasing One BAY IDE+SATA Turbo NAS. Now you can easily add our
Turbo NAS into your Network. Before using this device please read the Key Features below.
1.1. Key Features
- Support both SATA/ IDE 3.5” hard disk
- Support Auto IP (DHCP server or DHCP Client)/ Fixed IP
- Under network environment, it supports one 10/100Mbps Ethernet port
- Password management provides secure access to HDD and web management
- Support SAMBA (SMB)
- Support FTP server
- Support Bit Torrent download server
- Support UPNP AV media & Apple i-Tunes music server
- Support USB Printer server
- Compatible with Windows 2000/XP/VISTA, Mac 10.5.4 above
One BAY IDE+SATA Turbo NAS is a flexible, economical and powerful unit for your network.
Follow the instructions below which will help you to connect, to set up, and to configure it.
1.2. Network Environment
There are 3 different setup conditions you can choose:
1. Setup Turbo NAS as DHCP Client:
If your Turbo NAS operates under a built-in DHCP server router (ex. Internet Sharing Hub), it
will obtain an IP from DHCP Server automatically.
2. Setup Turbo NAS as DHCP Server:
If your operating environment does not support DHCP server, Turbo NAS will immediately act
as DHCP server and assign an IP for installation.
3. In Static IP environment:
You need first configure the IP for Turbo NAS to operate in the static IP environment. for
configuring details, please refer to “IP Configure” setup page.
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2. Hardware Installation
Step1. Remove 4 screws form the bottom
case.
Step2. Remove the upper case
Step3. for IDE Hard Disk make sure jumper
is in the Master Mode.
Step4. Place the Hard disk in to 3.5” tray.
Step5. Connect both IDE cable and power
cable in to Hard Disk.
For SATA HDD please connect both SATA
cable and SATA Power cable.
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Step6. Use hand Screw to fix both side of
Hard Disk.
Step7. Slowly closing both case.
Step8. If the case cannot match to correct
position, please adjust the Hard disk position
again until both case fits.
If upper case does not fit in properly, please
adjust the Hard disk position again.
Step9. Tighten up four screws from bottom
plate
Step10. Stick 2 rubber foot on the bottom
case for more protection
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Step11. Connect RJ45 LAN cable between
LANDISK and LAN hub or Router.
Step12. Connect power adapter and turn the
power “on”, hardware installation completed.
If you connect Turbo NAS to your computer directly, make sure to obtain the IP address and
DNS settings automatically, otherwise you may not be able to find the device.
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3. Search Turbo NAS by SyncQuick™ NAS Manager
1. Run the utility CD enclosed in package.
2. Select Auto Search and when Turbo NAS is found, right click the mouse button and
select “ Open NAS Control page ” to start configurations.
3. Default login is “admin” for both user name and password, click “OK” to enter
configurations.
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3.1 Format the Hard Disk
For the first time installation, you need to format hard disk into FAT32 system file, this
procedure applies to either new or used hard disk.
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4. Configuration
The Status page provides the basic information for Turbo NAS.
4.1. Identification
You can change and modify your host & group name, and password from this page.
Click “Apply” to save the setting.
- Host name: This is used to identify your device on the network. If you prefer a different name,
type in the new name and click “Apply” to save setting.
- Group Name: This should be same as your workgroup. In general, the default
“WORKGROUP” will be OK. But if your workstation belongs to different workgroup, type in the
correct group name to modify.
In Window O/S, right click on “My computer”, choose “Properties”, and go to the computer
name tab to see your current workgroup.
For Mac O/S to join windows workgroup, open the directory access utility (under Applications->
utilities), select SMB and click configure to modify the settings (administrator access required to
access this option.)
Note: we strongly suggest you to change the password as soon as you logged in, to prevent
unauthorized access.
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4.2. Date/ Time setting
You can change time setting from this page. Clicks “Apply” to save the setting. By
default SNTP is in network time service, your can also select “Synchronize to PC”. If internet
access is available we recommended setting SNTP to Network time service instead.
4.3. IP Configuration
By default, the “IP config” is set to “Automatic IP”. This is the recommended setting and
will allow Turbo NAS to obtain its IP address automatically. If you prefer setting it manually,
select the static IP option, enter your own value and click apply to confirm the new setting.
Setting it manually is useful when it often obtain a different IP address but you have a static IP
address in order to mount the network drive or setup port forwarding as an example.
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4.4 Disk Utility
In this page, you can manage the hard disk setting.
- Format: For the first time installation, you need to format hard disk into FAT32 system file, this
procedure applies to either new or used hard disk.
- Scan Disk: After the scan, it will show the number of file content and health status for the
hard disk.
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4.5 Maintenance
This page allows you to update Turbo NAS firmware, to go back to default setting or to
reboot NAS system.
- Firmware update: Follow the steps below to update the loader and firmware for Turbo NAS.
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Obtain the latest firmware from your vendor.
Store the firmware file in your computer and decompress it if necessary.
Browse your system and locate the firmware (BIN file).
Click on “upload”.
Confirm the pop-up massage to start the update.
Wait and DO NOT click anywhere else or turn off the power! This might take a few minutes.
Once the update is done, it will prompt you to reboot the device.
Click on ”reboot” to restart the device.
Wait for about one minute and then go to the status page to confirm the update is successful.
- Factory defaults: Forgot your admin password?? Click on the factory fefaults and go back to
the default password setting. Besides SAMBA/FTP account setting will still remain in the Turbo
NAS, rest of setting will go back to factory default.
- System reboot: This can be used to restart the network drive after a firmware update.
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5. SAMBA Server (SMB)
SMB server allows you to share data or files through LAN environment. A default “guest”
folder is created and shared to all users from Turbo NAS.
Note: Use ONLY English alphabet for folder names and no special characters when creating
new folders.
5.1 How to crate user
Click on the “Add” button. Type new account name, password and click “OK”.
Eg: “User1” for demonstrations.
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In the same time, Turbo NAS will also crate a SAMBA folder named “User1”, click
“Modify” to share the folder.
Select “User1” and add it into “Sharing List”.
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You can “Run” from window start button, type \\ follow by the IP address (eg:\\192.168.1.121),
and click “OK” to continue.
Type “User1” and password to login.
Now you have set up the folder that you wish to share on your Turbo NAS. The shared folder
can be accessed from other computer on your local network.
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5.2 How to modify account password
Select the “User1” and than click “Modify”.
Enter new password and click “Apply” to save setting.
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5.3 How to delete a SMB (SAMBA) account
Select an account you wish to delete, click “Delete” to proceed. Please note that all the
data inside the folder will be lost after the delete.
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6. FTP Server
Remember to “Enable” the FTP service on the status page, when you plan on using the
FTP server.
- FTP server configuration: The standard port for FTP service is 21. If required, you can
change it into any port ranging from 1025-6550. But in general, we recommended using the
default port of 21.
- File language support: By default, the encoding is set to English. If you want to store or
transfer files with a different encoding (different language), choose the corresponding language
from the drop down list. In order to transfer and view the files correctly, it is important that
you select the correct language!
- Anonymous: By default an anonymous user name has been created, it allows FTP users to
login without username and password. For security reasons, it is best to add a password!
Note: To be able to share FTP resource via internet, you need a router to assign the external IP
to your Turbo NAS. Contact your router vendor on how to assign the external IP.
6.1 How to crate FTP account
FTP server allows you to share your data through internet, so an internet resource and
router is required before setting up FTP server.
Select FTP server and clicks “add” button and enter a name and password for the new FTP
account and click “OK”. to continue.
In the account list, you can see an overview of the existing accounts and status. For FTP file
transfers, we recommend to use other dedicated FTP client software e.g.: SyncQuick FTP, Cute
FTP etc.
Note: When creating FTP accounts, please use ONLY English alphabet and no special
character or space for FTP account name.
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6.2 How to delete FTP account
In the “Account List”, you can see an overview of the existing account and status; you
can change them at any time by selecting the account and modifying, disabling or deleting it.
Note: Deleting a folder will also erase all the files stored inside that folder.
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7. XBOX 360 UPnP Media server
The Media server on Turbo NAS can be used to share your photo and music files with a
XBOX360 video game console from Microsoft that is connected to the same local network.
Before you start, make sure both devices are connected to the same local network and turned
on.
On your Turbo NAS, go to the XBOX360 media page and make sure photo and are set to share
folder and not disable, e.g. the “PUBLIC” is enabled Photo directory.
Go to media, select either Music or Pictures, and press A to continue on your XBOX 360.
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Press X to change the source and select your network drive, it should show up as storage-xxx
and display the folder that you have set up earlier on your Turbo NAS.
Inside the shared folder, you can access to your picture or music files, depending on which
mode you are currently using. Select the files you would like to see or to listen, and start
playback.
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8. Printer Server
1. First, install your Printer driver into your computer, (for example. if Epson PL-6200L
Printer is connected to the NAS, you must install PL-6200L driver into your computer first). After
driver installation, please click “Start” → “Setting” → “Printer and Faxes” → “Add a
printer”→ “Next”.
2. Connect the USB printer to Turbo NAS. (there is an available USB port behind the
NAS)
3. Go to “Add Printer Wizard”, select “Local printer” and click “Next” to continue.
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4. Select “Create a new port type of port:” , choose “Standard TCP/IP Port”, and click
“Next” to continue.
5. Enter the Turbo NAS IP address than click “next” to continue.
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6. Select “Custom” and go to “Setting”.
7. Select “LPR” in protocol, and give a queue name eg:LRxxx; select LPR byte enable
and click “OK” to finish the port setting.
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8. Click “Finish” to complete TCP/IP printer setup.
9. Go to “Pinter server page and check printer server status. If status shows “OK”, the
printer is setting up successfully.
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Notes: Turbo NAS Printer server does not support GDI/Host-based printers. For some Multi
Function Printers (MFP); scanning functions might not be functional probably. Please contact
the printer manufacture for detailed specifications.
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9. Bit Torrent server
Turbo NAS supports Bit torrent download independently without using PC resource.
Maximum of 4 bit torrent downloads can be running at the same time.
1. Select “Bit torrent” server, choose the “Download Path” you wish to use, then click
“Apply” to save setting. (DO NOT change path setting while perform BT downloading, otherwise
the downloaded job will be missing).
2. Server port range can be chosen from 6881 to 65535. (6881 is the default setting)
3. Create a upload speed limit: 0=unlimited upload speed (4 KBps is the minimum
speed), and click “Set” to save setting.
4. Click “Browse”, select .torrent file, and upload to the download queue.
Note: The jobs listed in the Download Queue will be removed when Turbo NAS is turned off or
HDD is removed.
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5. Delete BT jobs
After the download complete, click “Remove” to delete the download Jobs form queue window.
Note: Jobs listed in the “Download Queue” will be removed when Turbo NAS is turned off or
HDD is removed.
6. Mail Notification
After the download is successful, an email will be send to designated email address. Click “Mail
setup”, input SMTP server, recipient email, SMTP A/C, Password, and click “Apply” to save
setting.
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10. Mac installations (Mac 10.5.4 or above)
Open Mac browser “Safari” and key-in the host name of the Turbo NAS (for example,
“strage-0000”). It will detect Turbo NAS automatically.
10.1 How to setup SAMBA in Mac OS X 10.5.4
1. Click “Go” on the toolbar, and select ”Network” as the screenshot shown below.
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2. Double Click “WORKGROUP” (or the correct group name of Turbo NAS), you will find
Turbo NAS “STORAGE-xxxx” (or the correct name of Turbo NAS).
3. Click on the storage-xxxx (or the correct name of Turbo NAS).
4. Select the folder you wish to share, and click “OK” to share the folder
5. Click “OK” to show the folder in the Desktop.
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11. Map your Turbo NAS as a Network Drive
1. Press “Start” button on Windows desktop
2. Press “Search”
3. Select folders
4. Select Computer or people
5. Select a computer on the network and a new window will appear.
6. Key in the host name, (For example “storage-xxxx”) in the “Computer name” column and
then press “Search” button. You will see the following window.
7. Point to the “Storage-xxxx”, double click the mouse. Choose the folder you wish to map,
click mouse on its right button and click “Map Network Drive”.
Note: For faster connection and usability, we recommend that you map folders which you use
constantly as network drives. This creates a direct access to the shared folders on NAS from
My Computer.
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12. Q&A
Q: What is Turbo NAS default IP?
A: The default IP address for Turbo NAS is 169.254.0.1 or enter “storage” in IE browser bar to
search for it.
Q: What is Turbo NAS default login name and password?
A: The Turbo NAS default Login name: “admin”, default password: “admin”.
Q: Forgot my login password, How should I do?
A: Please follow the steps below.
1. Press the reset button and keep that position.
2. Unplug and reconnect the power.
3. Wait for 30 seconds, and then release the reset button.
4. Turbo NAS will go back to factory defaults.
PS: Only SAMBA/FTP account settings will remain in the Turbo NAS; others will go back to
factory default.
Q: Why can’t I create/share folders in SMB or FTP server?
A: To avoid languages support issue, you are suggested to create/share folders with English
characters only.
Q: Why can’t I upload the files via LAN connection or got disconnected?
A1: Please make you are connected to the network properly and you have the access right
(read & write) for the folders.
Q: How to setup Turbo NAS to be in daylight saving time?
A: Turbo NAS does not support Daylight saving time setting.
Q: Why WinXP can not enter SMB folder with password via Turbo NAS?
A: Please update Win XP to SP2 or above. After update, please make sure if you have installed
Norton Internet Security, if you do, please check with Norton service center.
Q: What Operating Systems does Turbo NAS support?
A: Turbo NAS supports Microsoft Windows 2000 / XP / Vista and Apple Macintosh OS 10.5.4
above.
Q: How do I access Turbo NAS via the Internet?
A: If your Turbo NAS is configured with a fixed public IP, please perform the following steps.
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- Enter the management web base of Turbo NAS, and go to the FTP Server page to
enable
FTP Status.
- Create user account and limits of authority.
- Open Microsoft Internet Explorer or other FTP client software (recommended), and enter “ftp://
Turbo NAS IP” in the IP address field.
Q: Why FTP can not link to Turbo NAS or show link time out when using IE?
A: Due to IE FTP is not compatible with some routers, you are suggested to use FTP client
software to start with. If you would like to use IE FTP to link to Turbo NAS, please refer to
following steps:
- Please open port 21 and 20 on Router and link to Turbo NAS.
- Open IE > Tool > Internet Options>Advance
- Click "Enable folder view for FTP site" and click "OK"
Q: Why my FTP client software can not link to Turbo NAS or fail during file transfer??
A: Due to software design, it’s possible that certain FTP software is not compatible with Turbo
NAS.
Turbo NAS is now tested with most of popular FTP client software such as CuteFTP or
SyncQuick FTP software.
Q: What is the limitation of user to login FTP and Samba server?
A:
User Level Access (maximum create 16 user accounts, 16
Samba Server
folders shared by one account)
maximum create 16 user account, 16 folders shared by one
FTP Server
account
Maximum User
FTP 8 User/Samba 8 User (Total 64 TCP connection at the
Login
same time)
Q: Any limitations for Turbo NAS file name length?
A: The limitation of length of file folder is 12 bytes.
Q: What can DHCP do as well with Turbo NAS?
A: You can setup Turbo NAS as a DHCP server if there is no any other DHCP Server exists in
your local network. Otherwise, Turbo NAS will automatically turn off its DHCP server function
and become a DHCP client. For example, if you have installed a router with built-in (activate)
DHCP Server, Turbo NAS will automatically setup itself as DHCP client.
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