NAS Server 1,5Tb HDD, 1xUSB, 1x 10/100 LAN

NAS Server 1,5Tb HDD, 1xUSB, 1x 10/100 LAN
Tootja: Digitus Digitus
Mudel: DN-7023-1
Saadavus: 1
Hind: 42.34 € 25.80 €
Maksudeta: 21.50 €
Kogus:  Lisa ostukorvi
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NAS server for external HDD, FTP, Samba server, Up to 1.5TB 1xUSB 2.0, 1x10/100 Mbps LAN

General information
Mini NAS use USB flash drives or USB hard disk drives as data storage sources in a network. This NAS is not suitable for daily use in professional networks, but it was designed in accordance with its form and equipment to work in private networks. The transfer rate corresponds with what is usually used in networks (100Mbit). Thus this device connects decisively slower with a network in comparison with the extended version of this product DN-7024 featuring a Gigabit port.

standard IP:
user name/password: admin/admin
DHCP server: integrated, switched on by default
network port: 10/100
USB port: 1*USB2.0 (cannot be extended by a hub)
maximum size of data storage: 1 TB file system: FAT/FAT32 (no other file formats are supported, see also information in the troubleshooting section))

Data sheet
Software Specifications
Network Operating System Support Windows 2000/XP/2003/Vista, Mac OS X or above, Linux
Network Protocol Support Samba /FTP (UTF8)/BitTorrent
IP Configure DHCP Server or DHCP Client /Static IP
Management Web interface
Software Upgradeable Web interface
Maximum User Login FTP 8 User/Samba 8 User (Total 64 TCP connection at the same time)
File System FAT 32 (Maximum single size: 127GB)
HDD Capacity 20GB – 1.5TB
FTP Server Maximum create 16 user account, maximum 16 folder share by one account
Samba Server User Level Access, maximum 16 folder share by root
BitTorrent Station Support Tracker & DHT Max. 4 Torrents download at the same time Max. 32 Torrents in Querying
Hardware Specifications
CPU X86-base SoC
Flash 1Mbytes
System Memory 16Mbytes SDRAM
LAN 10/100Base-TX Auto MDI/MDI-X
USB Port 1-USB2.0 high-speed port
Reset Button Yes (Load Factory Defaults )
Power Adapter 5V/2A, switching
Dimension 73.5(Length) x 63(Width) x 30(Height) mm
Weight 58g (device only)
EMI Certifications CE / FCC Class B, VCCI-B
Temperature Operating:0 ~ 50°C; Storage:-5 ~ 65 °C
Humidity Operating:0 ~ 70%; Storage:0 ~ 80%

SMB / Samba access not possible if you use Windows Vista, Windows 7, Mac OS X 10.6, or LINUX operating systems
Windows Vista and Windows 7

If you use Windows Vista or Windows 7 you have to configure the LAN manager.
Here you can find additional information: LM & NTLM
Mac OS X 10.6

Up to now we do not know about any problems.

Please update your LINUX operating system to the latest firmware version (1.15).
New password is not accepted

If the password is longer than 12 characters (0-9, a-Z) you should only enter the first 12 characters, for this device only allows you to enter a maximum of 12 characters.

USB 2.0 device operates at USB 1.0 speed

The maximum data transfer rate of USB 2.0 equals 480mBit/s (ideal conditions), the LAN connection supports 100mBit/s (ideal conditions). Thus a USB flash drive which is connected to the NAS is slower by a factor of about 5 if you compare it with the same USB flash drive connected with your computer. Thus the speed of 100mBit in local networks is the bottleneck, not our device.
The temperature of the device is too high

The surface of the device can reach a temperature of about 55 degrees (Celsius) which equals a surface temperature of the chip of slightly above 70 degrees. This is the reason why you are only allowed to operate this product as a free-standing device or if you lay the product onto a cool surface with the side which is labeled. We advise you against installing this product in cabinets or somewhere in the wire mess.
If you use the sleep timer this might enable you to lower the operating temperature of the device, for the hard disk drive will only spin up if it is used.

If the device still breaks down (though there is enough space around the print server) the device will probably be defective. Please consult your local reseller/distributor where you bought our product in order to exchange the defective device for a new one.
My USB printer is not recognized

This product is a NAS device (Network Attached Storage). This means that it is a storage medium / a device making available network storage in a passive way. Thus you cannot connect a printer to this device.

Login failed, Windows Explorer program freezes

Please have a look at our article LM & NTLM.

USB multicard reader does not work

Multicard readers usually make available 4 drive letters to the operating system if they are connected inside a computer. Yet, this NAS only supports those multicard readers which make available just one drive letter (AB-50101 to AB-50107 work if you insert the SD card before you connect this device with the NAS).

USB devices cannot show their ROOT directory. Only the "Public" drive is shown, but not the files.

A NAS is designed in a way that the ROOT directory of the system is not shown. Instead the standard directory "Public" is shown. Everyone is allowed to access "Public" (at least read access). NAS devices are typically designed in this way. If you would like to use the USB flash drive in the network as well as with your PC you should manually create the directory "Public". Then you should create the respective subdirectories or make files within the directory "Public". Other directories can, however, also be created and displayed on the root level if you have made the respective settings in the setup of the NAS (user properties of SMB, add a folder here). Yet, these settings can disappear after removing the storage medium, for the NAS manages user information separately for each storage medium.

Device causes data loss of the storage medium included

This problem might be caused due to two reasons: The temperature of the device is too high or a USB flash drive was temporarily removed from the device and replaced by another one (see text above).

Device cannot be accessed via DHCP

If you intend to integrate the NAS in a network you need to assign a static IP address to the device. The function "Enable DHCP" in the settings of the NAS switches on an independent DHCP server. This would mean that there is another DHCP server in the network which could cause network issues. Server systems or NAS systems are usually assigned addresses of the beginning range or end range of the IP address range (1-99 or 240-254).

Time server settings cannot be updated

1. log in to the device
2. in the Date/Time menu also click on Change
3. select SMTP AUTO
4. enter time server (e.g. German operator from Bonn)
5. (optionally, if this setting is not already active) make setting concerning deviation from GMT time
6. (optionally, if this function is not supported by the time server itself) use Daylight-Saving (change summer time/standard time as it is common in Germany). In this case the time of the time server is counted up by one hour.
7. OK/Apply
Now the NAS should show you the correct time. If there are still problems with the time server, please activate/forward port 123/UDP in the router or proxy.
FAT32 partitions larger than 32 GB are not shown in the NAS device

The Microsoft company, which produced several operating systems, limited the size of FAT32 partitions: MS article

maximum partition size: 32 GB, each
maximum file size: 4 GB
How to reset the device in order to recover the factory settings

If you intend to reset the device in order to get the factory settings back, please reset the device by selecting "Reset to factory default" in the "Maintenance" menu. You can also reset the device by means of a hardware reset (in case you cannot access the desktop environment of the device). To do this, please hit the reset pushbutton on one side of the device which is hidden in a small square hole.

Disconnect all cables/devices from the DN-7023
Keep reset pushbutton pressed (square hole in one side of the device)
Keep on pressing this reset pushbutton and connect power plug
Keep on pressing the reset pushbutton for 20 seconds in addition, then release the reset pushbutton

Now the device will have the default settings. If this does not work, please register a complaint at your local reseller.
External hard disk drive with power saving function does not wake up from sleep mode

NAS devices (and also Mini NAS) were designed to make available storage media at all times. As a consequence this results in the necessity that devices connected with a NAS do not enter a sort of a sleep mode or that an external HDD enclosure itself ensures that the "waking up" process is controlled by means of a cache. A NAS device cannot control the caching of these data (and such a function will also not be added by a firmware update).

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