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ITALIANO

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ENGLISH
This product is covered by Atlantis Land 2 years warranty. For more detailed
informations please refer to the web site www.atlantis-land.com.
For more detailed instructions on configuring and using this device, please refer to the
online manual.

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INDEX
Quick Start Guide ...................................................................................9
1.1 An Overview of the Disk Master.....................................................9
1.2 Package contents .........................................................................9
1.3 Choosing a place for your Disk Master ......................................... 10
1.4 Disk Master Application ............................................................... 10
1.5 The Front LEDs .......................................................................... 11
1.6 The Rear Ports ........................................................................... 12
1.7 Default Settings.......................................................................... 13
1.8 Hardware Installation ................................................................. 13
1.9 Hard Disk setup.......................................................................... 15
Single Hard Drive installation ............................................................ 16
1.10 How to login............................................................................. 17
1.11 Mapping a Network Drive .......................................................... 20
Mapping a Network Drive in Windows XP ........................................... 20
Mapping a Network Drive in Windows Vista ....................................... 21
Advanced WEB Configuration ................................................................ 23
2.1 DiskTools 25
Basic Mode ......................................................................... 25
When one hard disk unit installed: .................................................... 25
Disk Usage ............................................................................... 27
2.2 System ................................................................................. 28
Information ................................................................................ 28
LAN Settings ............................................................................... 29
Press Save to finish setting. .............................................................. 29
Time Settings................................................................................... 31
Save Configuration ........................................................................... 32
Restore Configuration ....................................................................... 33
Firmware Upgrade ........................................................................... 33
Install/Uninstall Software .................................................................. 35
Email Notification ............................................................................. 37

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Turn Off Server ................................................................................ 38
2.3 Account ............................................................................. 39
User Management ............................................................................ 39
Share Management .......................................................................... 43
Group Management.......................................................................... 45
2.4 Server ................................................................................ 47
File Server ................................................................................ 48
DHCP Server .............................................................................. 50
Printer Server .................................................................................. 51
Bonjour .............................................................................. 52
TorrentFlux .................................................................................. 55
MLDonkey ................................................................................ 64
2.5 Backup ................................................................................. 66
Backup Scheduling ........................................................................... 66
Scheduling Task ............................................................................... 69
2.6 LogFiles ............................................................................... 70
2.7 Logout ............................................................................... 70
APPENDIX A: Troubleshooting ............................................................... 71
A.1 Using LEDs to Diagnose Problems ............................................... 71
A.1.1 Power LED ......................................................................... 71
A.1.2 LED Link ............................................................................ 71
A.2 Login: Username and Password ................................................ 71
A.3 WEB Interface............................................................................ 72
A.4 General ............................................................................. 73
A.5 Support ............................................................................... 74
Technical Features ................................................................................ 75
Compatibility List................................................................................... 76

A06-NASG303S_ME01(V1.0 July 2009)

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Copyright Statement
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photocopying, recording or otherwise without the prior writing of the publisher.
Windows 98SE/2000/ME/XP/VIsta are trademarks of Microsoft Corp. Pentium is
trademark of Intel. All copyright reserved.
The Atlantis Land logo is a registered trademark of Atlantis Land. All other names
mentioned mat be trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective owners.
Subject to change without notice. No liability for technical errors and/or omissions.

CE/EMC Restriction of Liability


The product described in this handbook was designed, produced and approved
according to the EMC-regulations and is certified to be within EMC limitations.
If the product is used in an uncertified PC, the manufacturer undertakes no warranty
in respect to the EMC limits. The described product in this handbook was constructed,
produced and certified so that the measured values are within EMC limitations. In
practice and under special circumstances, it may be possible, that the product may be
outside of the given limits if it is used in a PC that is not produced under EMC
certification. It is also possible in certain cases and under special circumstances,
which the given EMC peak values will become out of tolerance. In these cases, the
user himself is responsible for compliance with the EMC limits.

CE Mark Warning
This is a Class B product. In a domestic environment, this product may cause radio
interference, in which case the user may be required to take adequate measures.

Declaration of Conformity ( )
Hereby, Sidin SpA, declares that this Dual Bay NAS is in compliance with the essential
requirements and other relevant provisions of Directive 2004/108/EC Electromagnetic
Compatibility within CE Marking Requirement.
Norma:EN 55022:2006: Class B, EN 61000-3-2: 2006, EN 61000-3-
3:1995+A1:2001+A2:2005, EN 55024:1998+A1:2001+A2:2003, EN 61000-4-2:2001
EN 61000-4-3:2007 EN 61000-4-4:2004 EN 61000-4-5:2005 , EN 61000-4-6:2006 EN
61000-4-8: 2001 EN 61000-4-11:2004

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Limited Warranty
Our warranties (for hardware and software) do not cover data loss back up the
contents of your drive to a separate storage medium on a regular basis . Also,
consequential damages; incidental damages; and costs related to data recovery,
removal and installation are not recoverable under our warranties.

Safety Information
Only qualified personnel should carry out technical work on the device.
When cleaning, avoid using cleaning sprays and any kinf of solution
containing alcohol or other flammable liquids.
Avoid overheating. This may reduce the life of the device.
Protect your device from humidity, direct sunlight as well as high and
extremely low temperatures.
Do no place any liquids on or close to the unit.
If the device is brought from a cold environment into a warmer installation
site, bedewing may occur. Wait until the temperature of the device has
equalised and it is completely dry before you connect to AC main.
As this device contains up to 2 Hard Disk, particular care must be taken to
ensure that is not exposed to vibrations during operation.
Please use the supplied AC/DC Adapter included into g-box. If it is
connected to other devices, this product or power supply unit may be
damaged.
We recommend that you place the device on a non-slip surface.
Please note that the rubber/plastic feet on the devices may damage the
surface.
Check the cable regularly for damage. Damaged cables must be replaced
immediately.
Ensure that no objects enter the connection sockets.

Before starting, take a few minutes to read this manual.


Read all of instructions and save this manual for later
reference.

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Protect the NAS System from being bumped or dropped. Do
not place the NAS on an unstable cart, stand, or table. It
may fall, causing serious damage to the product.

Important information for the correct recycle/treatment


procedures of this equipment
The mentioned information are reported herewith in compliance with directive
2002/95/CE, 2002/96/CE and 2003/108/CE which requires a separate collection
system and specific treatment and disposal procedures for the waste of electric and
electronic equipments.
The crossed-out wheeled bin symbol printed on the unit label or unit packaging
indicates that this equipment must not be disposed of as unsorted municipal waste but
it should be collected separately.
The waste of electric and electronic equipment must be treated separately, in order to
ensure that hazardous materials contained inside the equipment are not buried
thereby providing potential future problems for the environment and human health.
Moreover, it will be possible to reuse and recycle some parts of the waste of electric
and electronic equipment, contributing to reduce the quantities of waste to be
disposed of and the depletion of natural resources.
As user of this equipment, you are responsible to contact the producer to know the
correct procedure in the separate collection system for the waste of electric and
electronic equipments.
Your rle in participating to the separate collection of waste of electric and electronic
equipment is essential to ensure that environmental protection and human health
objectives connected to a responsible treatment and recycling activities are achieved.

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Quick Start Guide
Thank you for purchasing the Disk Master storage solution. With speed, ease of use,
high capacity, and support for numerous applications, Disk Master is the ideal solution
for all of your data storage needs.

1.1 An Overview of the Disk Master


Securely access all of your multimedia, music and data files on your local
LAN or through Internet
Thanks to its Gigabit port, the Disk Master provides high speed data throughput (up
to 160Mbps).
Based on the IP protocol, the Disk Master allows you to access all of your files from
anywhere (an FTP server is included), giving you complete control on space and user
or group access providing a very granular level of security. Furthermore, the Disk
Master allows you to use your favorite operating system; Windows, Mac or Linux.
Insert a 3.5-inch SATA hard drives without using any tools or attaching any cables.
iTunes, DLNA
Then, enjoy the benefits of the built-in iTunes and DLNA(SyaBas) media server to
stream music, video and other digital content to compatible media players
BitTorrentTM , MLDonkey e Print Server USB
Turn off your computer and use the Disk Master as your server. Disk Master integrates
a BitTorrent/MLDonkey client so that you can now download any file you want without
the need to use your computer. Additionally, thanks to the Disk Masters USB port, you
can now connect your normal USB printer and turn it into a fully functional networked
shared printer. Doing away with the need to have a computer connected to it, and
allowing you to share it with the rest of the users in the office or at home.

1.2 Package contents


Unpack the package and check all the items carefully. Also, keep the box and packing
materials in case you need to ship the unit in the future. Inspect the device upon
receipt. Notify the carrier and dealer if there is damage. The package is recyclable;
save it for reuse or dispose of it properly.

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The package should contain the following items:
Disk Master Single BAY Network Storage
RJ45 CAT 5 cable
One Quick Start Guide (English, Italian)
One CD with driver, software, utility and manuals
Power Adapter AC-DC (12V, 2A)
If any item contained is damaged or missing, please contact your local dealer as soon
as possible.

1.3 Choosing a place for your Disk Master


When selecting a place to set up your Disk Array, be sure to follow these guidelines:
Place on a flat and stable surface capable of supporting at least 5Kg.
Place the Disk Master close enough to a network jack for the Ethernet cable to
reach it.
Leave at least 10cm of space at the rear of the device for ventilation.
Use a grounded wall outlet (uninterruptible online power supply with AVR is
recommended.)
Avoid an electrical outlet controlled by wall switches or automatic timers.
Accidental disruption of the power source may wipe out data in the memory of
your computer or Disk Array.
Keep the entire system away from potential sources of electromagnetic
interference, such as loudspeakers, cordless telephones, etc.
Avoid direct sunlight, excessive heat, moisture, or dust.

1.4 Disk Master Application


When you have completed the steps in this Quick installation Guide, your connected
network should look similar to this:

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1.5 The Front LEDs
The following figures illustrate the connector locations for the Disk Master.

LED MEANING
LINK (UP) Lit when connected to Ethernet device.
LINK Flashes when sending/receiving data.

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1.6 The Rear Ports

PORT MEANING
1 FAN Leave at least 10cm of space at the rear of the device
for ventilation.
2 POWER(ON/ Press the power switch to start/shutdown the Disk
OFF) Master. It will take approximately 3 minutes to boot
up/and shutdown the Operating System.
3 RESET After the device has turned on (turn on the power and
wait 3 minutes), press and hold reset button for 5/10
seconds, then release it to reset it (this is used when
you can not login to the Disk Master, e.g. forgot the
password.
4 LAN(RJ45) Please use the Ethernet cable to connect the Disk
Master to network.
5 USB(V1.1) Please use the USB printer cable to connect the devices
USB port (fro printe server).
6 POWER Connect the supplied power adapter to this jack.
(jack)

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1.7 Default Settings
The TCP/IP protocol stack and Ethernet network adapter must be installed. If not,
please refer to MS Windows relative manuals.
Before you configure this device you need to know the following default settings:
Username: admin
Password: atlantis
IP address: by DHCP, (If a DHCP server isnt available in the network,
the Disk Master will use 192.168.1.1 and Subnet Mask 255.255.255.0).
Server name: Disk Master

Disk Master saves all settings on formatted Hard Disk. If this isnt
present all settings will be lost when Disk Master is turn off.

1.8 Hardware Installation


Following is a quick installation guide to get you up and running. For further details on
each of the settings, please refer to manual on CD.
Release the magnetic front cover.
Insert SATA HDD.
Put back the front cover.
Please use the ethernet cable to connect the device and the Router/Switch
in the network.
Please turn on the Power Switch.
Please check the following pictures.

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1.9 Hard Disk setup
If the hard disks are being installed for the first time, you need to initialize the disks
before you can use them. Follow the steps described below.
Open the web browser, enter the local port IP address of this Disk Master, which
default at 192.168.1.1, and click Go to get the login page.

The default username is admin, password atlantis and click OK to continue.

To configure your Disk Master, you will need to use the web
browser, enter the IP address and then use the web configuration
for further setup. To find out the IP address (if You changed) of
your device once it is connected to the network, there are several
different ways as described on the following pages.
Use the Setup utility included on the CD (CDRom\A06-
NASG303S\Utility\SetupUtil.exe). This will list the device

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automatically and allow you to access the web configuration
interface with a simple click of your mouse.
Insert NAS system CD-Rom in to your computer, and run
Setup utility.
Pressing the Setup button.
NAS in the same subnet will automatically show up in the
device list.
Make sure NAS system has probably connect to the network and
search again. You might have to configure your firewall or even
temporarily turn it off.

Single Hard Drive installation

The following illustrates the layout of the Web-based Configuration Tool main screen.
This page allows you to format the physical hard disks into Disk Master. Click on

DiskTools ( ) then Basic Mode.

Select the mode for the NAS system to partition and format disks.
Select, in the combo box, the system file (EXT2 / EXT3 / FAT32), EXT 3 is
recommend. Press Format to start formatting (it may require some times; do not
perform other jobs during hard drive formatting). Now please check that this disk is
correctely mounted (check Status=mount).
Once the drive has been formatted, go to LAN Settings e Time Settings in order to
finish the product setup. Click Save Configuration.

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When the settings are made, the Disk Master system starts
formatting the disks. This procedure will destroy all the data on
the disks. Make sure You have backed up any important data on
the disks before the format process. It may require some times;
do not perform other jobs during hard drive formatting

Allow system file EXT2 / EXT3 or FAT32.

1.10 How to login


To configure your Disk Master , you will need to use the web browser, enter the IP
address and then use the web configuration for further setup. To find out the IP
address of your device once it is connected to the network, there are several different
ways as described on the following pages.
Use the Setup utility included on the CD. This will list the device automatically and
allow you to access the web configuration interface with a simple click of your mouse.
You may also use the same utility at a later point to map the network drive after you
setup your shares.
Turn on your Disk Master and make sure it is connected to the same network as
your computer.
Start the Setup utility (CDRom:\A06-NASG303S\Utility\setupUtil.exe) by
double clicking on the Setup file and then pressing the Setup button.
Your Disk Master will automatically show up in the device list, but if not (click
again on Search Again), make sure the Setup utility has access to the network
and search again. You might have to configure your firewall or even temporarily
turn it off.
Select your device and click on OK to start the setup wizard.

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Before you can access the device, you will have to enter the admin password.
The default login is admin/atlantis, so enter admin for the password and press
OK to login.
You can define the name (Server Name) for your device and set up the IP
configuration. When set, press Next to continue.

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Set time zone, current Date and Time. Click Next.
you can compare your new settings with the previous configuration. If you find a
mistake, go back to make changes but if everything is OK, press Save, then OK.

Alternatively, you could also simply write down the IP address in


the first step of the setup wizard and then access the web
configuration interface via your web browser. Input the IP address
in the URL field of your web browser, hit the Enter key, enter
admin for the username, once more atlantis for the password

and then login. You can now click System ( ), then LAN
(if You want change IP address) and Time Settings (in order to
select correct time). Click Save Configuration.

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1.11 Mapping a Network Drive
Mapping a Network Drive in Windows XP

Start->Control Panel.
Go to the Tools menu and select Map Network Drive.
Follow the setup wizard and fill in the path to your Disk Master.
Alternatively, you can also browse for the shares by clicking on the
Browse button and locating the folder that way (choose Public folders).
Select Reconnect at Logon.
Click on different user name and digit username and password (admin,
atlantis). Then click OK.
Then click Finish.
Once the drive has been mapped, you are able to find and access it under My
Computer. This link will still be there even after rebooting your Operating System.

In event of problem, please write directly the IP (instead of name)


in the folder name. Please write: \\IP address\Public. Click on
different user name and digit username and password (admin,
atlantis). Then click OK, then Finish.

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Mapping a Network Drive in Windows Vista

Start->Computer
Click on Map Network Drive.

Follow the setup wizard and fill in the path to your Disk Master.
Alternatively, you can also browse for the shares by clicking on the
Browse button and locating the folder that way (choose Public folders).
Click on different user name and digit username and password (admin,
atlantis). Then click OK.
Select Reconnect at Logon then click Finish.
Once the drive has been mapped, you are able to find and access it under My
Computer. This link will still be there even after rebooting your Operating System.

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If event of problem , please write directly the IP (instead of name)
in the folder name. Please write:\\IP Address\Public. Click on
different user name and digit username and password (admin,
atlantis). Then click OK, then Finish.

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Advanced WEB Configuration
If the hard disks are being installed for the first time, you need to initialize the disks
before you can use them. Follow the steps described below.
Open the web browser, enter the local port IP address of this Disk Master, which
default at 192.168.1.1, and click Go to get the login page.

The default username is admin, password atlantis and click OK to continue.

To configure your Disk Master, you will need to use the web
browser, enter the IP address and then use the web
configuration for further setup. To find out the IP address (if You
changed) of your device once it is connected to the network,
there are several different ways as described on the following
pages.
Use the Setup utility included on the CD (CDRom\A06-
NASG303S Utility\SetupUtil.exe). This will list the device
automatically and allow you to access the web configuration
interface with a simple click of your mouse.
Insert NAS system CD-Rom in to your computer, and run
Setup utility.
Pressing the Setup button.
NAS in the same subnet will automatically show up in the
device list.
Make sure NAS system has probably connect to the network and
search again. You might have to configure your firewall or even
temporarily turn it off.

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Once you have logged on to your Disk Master via your web browser, you can begin to
set it up according to your requirements. On the configuration homepage, the upper
navigation pane links you directly to the setup pages, which include:

DiskTools
System
Accounts
Server
Backup
LogFiles
Logout

Change the language for entire web interface, available in English, Germany, Spanish,
France French, Japanese and Chinese then click Save.

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2.1 DiskTools
In this section you can manage the HDD and set up your drive. Click on DiskTools will
open all the following subsections:
Basic Mode
Disk Usage

Basic Mode

When one hard disk unit installed:

Go to Disk tool
Select Basic Mode
Select system (Format Type) file from EXT2,EXT3, FAT32.
Press Format to start formatting, it may require some time; do not
perform other jobs during hard drive formatting.

When running the Single Disk Mode if disk is damaged, all data will
be lost

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We highly recommend use EXT3 file system for optimum
performance and functionality.

Please verify under Disk Tools->Basic Mode the Status is Mounted.

Disk spin down time (available only for several HDD models): To save power
and reduce heat, you can let the hard disk spin down if not used for a certain amount
of time. Enter a time in minutes and press the Save button to apply the new setting.

Scandisk: Press the Scan button to check the disk integrity. If possible, any errors
found will automatically be fixed. This will take a while to finish depending on the
capacity of the drive, and also the disk can not be used in that time.

Detail: Press the Detail button to see further disk information. If the HDD supports
S.M.A.R.T, it will also report the disks health status.

Self-Monitoring, Analysis, and Reporting Technology, or S.M.A.R.T.


(sometimes written as SMART), is a monitoring system for
computer hard disks to detect and report on various indicators of
reliability, in the hope of anticipating failures.

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Disk Usage

In this section, you can find a summary of the hard disk status and disk usage. Press
the Refresh button to update the information.

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2.2 System
In this section you can manage the device. Click on DiskTools will open all the
following subsections:
Information
LAN Settings
Time Settings
Save Configuration
Restore Configuration
Firmware Upgrade
Install Software
Email Notification
Turn Off Server

Information

The Status section provides and contains many items including device Host name,
Host IP, Product Name, Firmware versione and Client IP. It also provides useful
information for users to review the status of device.

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LAN Settings

In this section you can define the hostname for your Disk Master and set up the IP
configuration. We recommend using the Obtain IP/DNS address automatically.
When selecting a hostname, make sure to use a unique name and not one that has
already been used on the local network.
If required, you can also set the individual addresses yourself. If you need assistance
in manually filling out these fields, please contact your network administrator for help.

Press Save to finish setting.

Obtain IP address automatically (via DHCP)


If your network supports DHCP, the NAS will use DHCP protocol to
retrieve the IP address and related information automatically.

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Use static IP address
To use fixed IP address for network connection, enter fixed IP
address, subnet mask, and default gateway.

Primary DNS Server:


Enter the IP address of primary DNS server that provides DNS
service for the NAS in external network.

Secondary DNS Server:


Enter the IP address of secondary DNS server that provides DNS
service for the NAS in external network.

Please contact your ISP or network administrator for the IP


address of primary and secondary DNS servers. When the NAS
plays the role as a terminal and needs to perform independent
connection, e.g. BT download, you must enter at least one DNS
server IP for proper URL connection. Otherwise, the function may
not work properly.

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Time Settings

In this section, you can set the date and time manually or select your time zone from
the drop down list and use a NTP server to synchronize the time via the internet (First
will be setting IP and DNS Server Address).
When set manually, press the Save button to apply the new time and save the
settings or when synchronised via the internet, select the NTP server and press the
Update Time button.

NTP Server User Define


To use the NTP function, you need to enter a valid NTP server or
select one from the drop down list. If the default address at
time.windows.com does not work, find a new one and then try
again or turn off the NTP server and set the time manually.

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Save Configuration

For backup and before every firmware upgrade, you can use this function to save your
current configuration. Press the Save button and save the config.tar file on your
computer.

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Restore Configuration

To quickly restore previous settings or set up multiple units, you can save the
configuration and then use this function to upload a previous backup. Browse for the
config.tar file on your computer and press the Restore button to restore the previous
settings.

When the Restore button is pressed, all users, groups and other
configurations will be lost!

Firmware Upgrade

In this page (www.atlantis-land.com), you can check the current firmware version
and upgrade if a new one is available. Download the new firmware and store in on
your computer, then browse for the *.gz file, select it and start the upgrade. The
upgrade process will take 20-30 minutes.

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Connect the NAS directly to your PC by a network cable, than start
update the firmware, it will speed up the firmware update process
also reduce the update failure.

Never turn off your unit during the firmware upgrade procedure.
This may damage your device! If for any reasons (e.g. power
supply failure during firmware update) the procedure fails, you
may not be able to operate your device any more.

When the Start Upgrade button is pressed, all users, groups and
other configurations will be lost!
The upgrade process will take 10-20 minutes. Please contact your
dealer for latest Firmware update.
We do not recommend to provide users new firmware for upgrade
unless absolutely necessary.
Restore a saved configuration file generated with another firmware
version may render your Disk Master unstable and prevent some
functions from working properly.
When uploading software to the NAS, it is important not to
interrupt the Web browser by closing the window or loading a new
page. If the browser is interrupted, it may corrupt the software.

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Install/Uninstall Software

Disk Master allow user to install/uninstall additional software application. On the


CDRom:\A06-NASG303S\Software\ You can found software package list (check
on the website for lastest upgrade).

Please follow this procedure in order to install the software on the Disk Master.
Either insert NAS system CD-Rom in to your computer, or download it from
the website www.atlantis-land.com
Go to System and select install software, click Sfoglia to select the
package source (CDRom:\A06-NASG303S\Software\).
Select software package and click install to begin install.
Check the Server page, make sure software package has been successfully
installed.
Please retry this procedure for every software package.

Software package
For more usage information about these software applications
please refers to manual below.

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In order to remove a software package, please select this package
and click Uninstall. Probably the device will restart.

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Email Notification

In case of warning or malfunction, an e-mail will be sent to the administrator


automatically. To be able to send notification e-mails, you must configure the Mail
Server.(SMTP server) and enter the e-mail address you wish to receive.

It is recommended to send a test e-mail to make sure you can


Receive the alert mails.

Messages types
Password Messages: When Administrator password
has been changed.
Update Firmware Messages: When Firmware has
updated successfully.
Disk Full status Messages: When HDD fail or HDD
usage is over 90% of entire capacity

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Turn Off Server

In this section, you can restart the server or turn off the Disk Master via the web
browser. Make sure that nobody is accessing the device when you restart or turn it off.
Press the Restart button to restart the server. The system will restart and
automatically prompt you for the login when its ready. Press the Turn Off button to
shut down the system. The browser will prompt you to close it the window after about
90 seconds (Internet Explorer only, for other browser close it manually).

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2.3 Account
In this menu, the admin can manage the users and groups for the Disk Master. Click
on Account will open all the following subsections:
User Management
Share Management
Group Management

User Management

In this section you can see all existing users for the Disk Master and manage them by
adding or removing them from the list.

The NAS system has created the admin and


guest-share by default and 128 users can be
created at maximum (including system default
users). You can create a new user according to
your needs.

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The user name must not exceed 20 characters,
except double-byte characters, such as Chinese,
Japanese, and Korean or " / \ [ ] : ; | = , + * ? <
> ` ' also numerical number can not use as first
character.
The password is case-sensitive and can be 16
characters long at maximum. It is recommended
to use a password of at least 6 characters. You
can perform the following actions for user
management.

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Adding Users: To add a new user, click on Add User, use this setup wizard to
quickly add a new share folder.
Step 1: Enter the user name and password for the new account. At the same
time, you can also create a private folder for that user and set the quota limit.

Step 2: If there are other users already set up, they can be added to the user
account management.

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Step 3: In the last step you can configure the permissions to the shared folder
and add or remove other users.

Removing Users: To remove a user, select it from the existing users list and then
press the Delete User button.

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Share Management

In this section you can manage the shares and access rights.

Create SAMBA/FTP shares folder and assign users to accessing.


Press Add Share and link to setup wizard to quickly add a new share
folder, enter share folder name. Click Next to continue.

Assign users or groups (the prefix @ denotes Group Name) who will be
accessing the SAMBA and FTP ( for example user XXX is give permission to
access in to new share folder YYY). Click Next to continue.

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Then You can select NFS access. Click Confirm to finish.

Grant access to All


Select Grant access to all will give anonymous access to all
users without any password.

NFS Server
NFS Server can either be enabled or disabled depending on
your requirements. To able to get correct NFS path, please
refer to Share management and check path enclosed, for
example: NFS path is 192.168.1.1:/mnt/ide3/public Than
192.168.1.1 is your NAS IP address /mnt/Ide3 is NAS
path, public is the folder you wish to share.

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Group Management

In this page you can see all existing groups for the NAS and manage them by adding
or removing them from the list. Groups are not required to grant access to the NAS
system but will help the admin to manage multiple users and easily share a folder
among a group of people.

Add group
Press Add Group and link to wizard to quickly add a new group, enter
group name. Click Next to continue.

Assign users/ folder to this new group. Click Next to continue.

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Modifying Groups
Select the group from the existing groups list and modify the members by pressing
the Settings button for further settings. Once done, press the Save button to apply
the new settings.

Removing Groups
To remove a group, select it from the existing groups list and then press the Delete
Group button.

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2.4 Server
Click on Server will open all the following subsections:
File Server
DHCP Server
Printer Server
Bonjour
TorrentFlux
MLDonkey
MediaServer

Without installing and formatting a drive first, several functions will


not be available (E.G. MediaServer, BitTorrent download).

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File Server

In this section you can modify the server settings and also enable or disable a service.

Windows Setting (SAMBA): In this section, you can change the workgroup that the
NAS belongs to and modify its description. The IP for the WINS Server (Windows
Internet Name Server) can be left blank unless this is required for your network.

FTP Server: Si consiglia di utilizzare come Character set il set English (CP437),
sceglibile dalla combo-box. This service can be enabled or disabled. When enabled,
the default FTP port number will be set to 21 but you can change that if required.
Please select, into combo-box Character Set, this setting English (CP437). Select
Enable FTP with TLS in order to encrease security.

NFS Server: NFS Server can either be enabled or disabled depending on your
requirements. To able to get correct NFS path, please refer to Share management
and check path enclosed, for example: NFS path is 192.168.1.1:/mnt/ide3/public
Than 192.168.1.1 is your NAS IP address /mnt/Ide3 is NAS path, public is the
folder you wish to share.
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Guest Access: Guess Access Setting allows you to enable sharing for guest and with
quota size limitation.

After changing any of the settings, press the Save button to apply the new
configuration and save its settings.
By default, this is set to English (CP437). If your file names include
characters from another language, change the encoding here and
select your language from the drop down list.

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DHCP Server

In this page, you are able to set up the DHCP server. In general, there is already a
DHCP server on the local network, so you dont need to enable this but if required,
enable it and configure the addresses.

After changing any of the settings, press the Save button to apply the new
configuration and save its settings.

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Printer Server

Disk Master support most of major brand of printers, user can share printer resource
form the network. Simply follow the steps below:
Power on and connect your USB printer in to your Disk Master.
Browse the Web UI and see whether the printer has been detect the by
Disk Master.
Install your Printer driver in to your computer, (for example. if XYZ Printer
is connected to Disk Master, you must install XYZ driver in to the computer
which going to perform the print job. After driver installation please click
Start->Setting->Printer and Faxes->Add a printer->Next.
Select A network printer or printer attached to another computer,
and then click Next.
Select Browse for a printer than click Next.
Search the Disk Master\LP and USB Printer attached, then click next to
browse the printer driver.
Go to Printer wizard and select the printer driver. Click OK to complete
setup.

The 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 Printer Manufacture for
detail specifications.

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Bonjour

In this page user can enable or disable the Bonjour service. By default, this is enabled,
offering easy access to the login page. In addition to that, you can also enable the
iTunes service.

For easy access to the web configuration interface on the Mac, a


shortcut to the NAS will be available in the bookmarks collection
under Bonjour.

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When the iTunes option is enabled, you can store your MP3 music files in the
/public/music folder and play them directly from iTunes. The NAS system will
automatically appear in iTunes under shared devices. Start iTunes and the NAS will
appear as shared device Shared Devices.

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TorrentFlux

The NAS system supports Bit-torrent download independently without using PC


resource. To use download function form the NAS, please enable download Server,
and click link to Torrentflux.

Enter default :
user=mysql
password=123456

Click Login to continue.

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You can directly use BitTorrent using the following info:
http://IP NAS:8080/bt
user=mysql
password=123456

To start downloading files


To start downloading files, you will have to download a .torrent file (seed) from the
internet, and upload it to the NAS system. Click Browser (or Sfoglia) to select the
.torrent file in your computer, then click Upload.

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Once the torrent file has been added, Click Run Torrent ( ) to enter download
setting, The files will be stored in your /public/tf folder. To update downloaded
percentage simply press Refresh button.
In order to watch more details, click on Torrent Details ( ) icon.

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TorrentFlux is an open source bit torrent client for Linux, Unix
& BSD platforms that runs on a web server. It is implemented
on the LAMP stack. Managing all of your Torrent downloads
through a convenient web interface on a high powered
server, on a fast network connection from anywhere!

Users must comply with all applicable laws and regulations


when using this download service.

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MediaServer
The NAS System is built-in with Syabas DLNA compatible media server. Enable this
function and the NAS shares particular music, photos or video files to DLNA network.
You can use DLNA compatible digital media player (DMA), to play the multimedia files
from NAS on TV or acoustic sound system.

To able use Media Server, please enable this function and click the link to Syabas to
enter the configuration page of Media Server.

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You can directly use Syabas UPnP media server using the
following info:
http://IP NAS:8088

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Internet explorer 7
In order to achieve best play quality of your media file, using
internet explorer 7 or above is recommend.

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Click setting to Media Server configuration page and configure the following
settings:
Language: Select the display language.
Content Locations: Select the share folder on the NAS to be shared to
DMP.
The default folder is media which under public folder. You can add more
than one share folder. Click Save to save the settings.
After configuring the settings, you can upload mp3, photos, or video files
to media folder or other specified folders on the NAS.

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MLDonkey

The NAS system also supports ML Donkey, e-donkey (eMule) download server, below
shows you how to download it and installed in to NAS system. After installation,
enable ML Donkey. To use download function form the NAS, please enable
MLDonkey Server, and click link to MLDonkey.

You can directly use MLDonkey using the following info:


http://IP NAS:4080

Users must comply with all applicable laws and regulations


when using this download service.

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2.5 Backup
Remote backup enables you to duplicate files from the NAS system to another NAS
system. The files are encrypted and compressed before the duplicate process in
order to secure the data away from the hacker also save time for data transfer.
Click on Backup will open all the following subsections:
Backup Scheduling
Scheduling Task

Backup Scheduling

Make sure a network share folder is created before creating a remote replication task.
Login the NAS and go to backup scheduling in Backup, specify IP address for
remote NAS system than click Add to continue.

Now You can select back up mode:


Full Backup duplicates every data from the folder to remote NAS.
Incremental backup will only back up files that have been changed since
the last backup of any type. This provides the quickest means of backup.
Click List the folder to continue.

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Select a source folder and click Selected to continue.

Assign a time schedule for your backup jobs. Click Add to finish setup.

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This page shows the existing backup task, and 5 backup task can
be created at maximum

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Scheduling Task

This page shows the existing backup task . Click Delete for remove a backup task.

This process makes a folder Backup into destination NAS. Into this
folder a subfolder (with the same name of Source NAS) will be
created.

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2.6 LogFiles
This page includes all the log files of your NAS. You can find logs for the SAMBA, FTP
and DHCP server as well as system and administration logs.
Click on LogFiles will open all the following subsections:
Administration Log
System Log
FTP Log
Samba Log
DHCP Server Log

2.7 Logout
This can be used to logout once all the settings have been configured.

Without installing and formatting a drive first, several functions will


not be available (example: User&Group Management, BitTorrent
download).

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APPENDIX A: Troubleshooting
This chapter covers potential problems and the corresponding remedies.

A.1 Using LEDs to Diagnose Problems


The LEDs are useful aides for finding possible problem causes.

A.1.1 Power LED


The PWR LED on the front panel does not light up.
Steps Corrective Action
1 Make sure that the Disk Masters power adaptor is connected to the
device and plugged in to an appropriate power source. Use only the
supplied power adaptor.
2 Check that the Disk Master and the power source are both turned
on and the device is receiving sufficient power.
3 Check the power jack and verify.
4 If the error persists, you may have a hardware problem. In this
case, you should contact your vendor.
A.1.2 LED Link
The LAN LED on the front panel does not light up.
Steps Corrective Action
1 Check the Ethernet cable connections between the Disk Master and
the computer or hub.
2 Check for faulty Ethernet cables.
3 Make sure your computers Ethernet card is working properly.
4 If these steps fail to correct the problem, contact your local
distributor for assistance.

A.2 Login: Username and Password


I forgot my login username and/or password.
Steps Corrective Action
1 If you have changed the password and have now forgotten it, you
will need to upload the default configuration file. This will erase all
custom configurations and restore all of the factory defaults

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including the password.
2 Before you configure this device you need to know the following
default settings:
Username: admin
Password: atlantis
IP address: by DHCP, (If a DHCP server isnt available in
the network, the Disk Master will use 192.168.1.1 and
Subnet Mask 255.255.255.0).
Server name: Disk Master
3 It is highly recommended to change the default username and
password. Make sure you store the username and password in a
save place.

A.3 WEB Interface


I cannot access the web configurator.
Steps Corrective Action
1 Make sure you are using Internet Explorer 7.0 and later versions.
2 Delete the temporary web files and log in again.
In Internet Explorer, click Tools, Internet Options and then click the
Delete Files ... button.
When a Delete Files window displays, select Delete all offline
content and click OK. (Steps may vary depending on the version of
your Internet browser.)
E.G. Internet Explorer 7 (Tools->Internet Options->Advanced-
>Reset).
I cannot access the web configurator.
Steps Corrective Action
1 Check Link LED (green).
2 Make sure you are using the correct IP address of the Disk Master.
3 Found the new IP address of the Disk Master with Utility.
4 Reset the device.

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A.4 General
Some of the functions and menus are not available!
Steps Corrective Action
1 Many of the functions require a hard drive to be installed. Make sure
you have at least one HDD installed and formatted in EXT2 or EXT3.

What is the limitation of user on the NAS FTP, Samba and account mode?
Steps Corrective Action
1 There are following limitations.
1. Maximum user number: FTP: 8 Users, Samba: 8 Users (total 12
sessions at the same time).
2. FTP Server: Maximum is able to create 32 users accounts, 8 users
account connect at the same time, and maximum 16 folders shared
by one account).
3. Samba Server: Share Level Access (maximum 16 folders shared
by root).
Does the NAS support Hard disk Power Management?
Steps Corrective Action
1 The NAS uses standby mode for power management (Sleep time), if
there is no any activity ranging 5-60 min. You can go to web base >
Disk Utility > Set Sleep Time function (0 to disable function, range
5-60 to enable function.

What is the protocol of network file sharing system using by Disk Master?
Steps Corrective Action
1 Disk Master has the built-in Samba Server for file sharing, it is using
SMB (Server Message Block) protocol to integrate TCP/IP, NETBUEI
and IPX/SPX protocol. In other words, if the client PC that can
support TCP/IP, NETBUEI or IPX/SPX, it will be compatible with
DUAL HDD NAS. You can also use the built-in FTP Server for file
sharing with Internet client.

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Why My USB Printer can not be detected by the NAS Printer server?
Steps Corrective Action
1 The 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 Printer Manufacture for
detail Specifications

A.5 Support
For technical questions and support, please contact our help-desk by ticket on
http://www.atlantis-land.com/ita/supporto.php.

For generic informations, please send an e-mail to info@atlantis-land.com.

For presales informations, please send an e-mail to prevendite@atlantis-land.com.

Atlantis Land
Via Pelizza da Volpedo, 59
20092 Cinisello Balsamo (MI) - Italy
Tel: +39. 02.00.632.300
Fax: +39. 02.66.016.666
Website: http://www.atlantis-land.com
Email: info@atlantis-land.com

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Technical Features
Protocols IP, NBNS(NetBios Name Server), Microsoft
Networks (CIFS/SMB), DHCP Server/Client, SNTP
Client, NTP, NFS
LAN port 1 x RJ45 10/100/1000 Base-T port
USB A Port USB V1.1 Print Server Port
LED Indicators Power, Link, Activity
Hard Disk 1 x SATA I/II (please verify the compatibility list)
Supported System Format: EXT2, EXT3 and FAT32
CPU ARM , 300Mhz (SL 3516 Gemini TM)
RAM/FLASH 64MB(EON) RAM /16MB Flash
LINUX Version Linux version 2.6.15
Sharing Protocol SAMBA((V3.0.30), FTP, NFS
Advanced Features iTunes, BitTorrent TM, MLDonkey, USB Print Server,
DLNA (Syabas V3.3) Server, Built-in FTP (proftpd
V1.3.0) server
External buttons Reset/Power Switch
Input Power 12V DC @ 2A
Power Consumption < 7 watts
Agency and Regulatory CE
Dimensions 205mm x 145mm x 40mm
Weight 700g (exclude Hard Disk)
Operating Temperature 0 to 32C
Storage Temperature -10 to 60C
Operating Humidity 10-85% non-condensing

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Compatibility List
Brand Model MB
Western Digital WD10EACS 1000
Western Digital WD5000AAKS 500
Western Digital WD1600AAJS 160
Western Digital WD3200KS 320
Western Digital WD10EACS 1000
Seagate ST3200820AS 200
Hitachi HD725025VLA380
Hitachi HD725025VLA360
Maxtor 6V200E0 200

All rights registered


Microsoft and Windows are registered trademarks of Microsoft Corporation
All trade names and marks are registered trademarks of respective companies
Specifications are subjected to change without prior notice. No liability for technical
errors and/or omissions.
Hard drive not included. An internal SATA Hard Disk is required to share or store data
files. This product may not work with older generation SATA drives. For more info
please check on the web site (list of Hard Drive/Printer tested).
A 7200 RPM drive consumes about 12-18Watts, mostly from the 12V rail (please check
that the total peak power consumption is < 15W ).
Embedded printer server does not support GDI/Host-based printers. For some Multi
Function Printers (MFP); scanning functions might not be functional probably.
Performance and Throughput are influenced by many factors

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Cinisello Balsamo MI Italy
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