Page 140 Read carefully – you don’t want to factory reset the unit.
With any upgrades and or resets it’s best to have all data backed up for disaster recovery protocol.
•Reset the Network Settings to enable you to Access the Configuration Interface: If there is a problem with the NSS that results in your not being able to access the NSS configuration interface, you might need to reset the network settings. This lets you access the interface and make any further changes to resolve the problem. To reset the network settings, first shut down the system and power it off. Press and hold the recessed Reset button on the front panel of the chassis, and then apply power to the system. Wait until you see the Power LED on the front of the chassis flash yellow rapidly, and then release the Reset button. Note the following settings are reset to their default:
- Link Addressing: DHCP
- Link Bonding Mode: Active Backup
- NSS Hostname: nas For example, "nas0123456789ab"
Article ID:1717 Time Machine Backup on NSS300 Smart Storage Series
Objective This document explains the steps for Time Machine Backup. The
Network Attached Storage (NAS) is used as one of the destinations for
the backup of files. It is a file-level comput...
Article ID:28 Basic and Advanced System Reset on NSS300 Series Smart
Storage Objective The NSS devices have two types of System Resets: Basic
and Advanced. An understanding of both of these resets will allow the
user to recover from unpredictable situatio...
Article ID:40 Expansion of Disk Capacity of RAID 5 on the NSS300 Series
(Except NSS322) Objective RAID stands for Redundant Array of Independent
Disks. RAID 5 combines three or more disks in a way that shields the
data against loss of any one disk. In a R...