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Failure to 'see' Network Attached Storage (NAS) in Windows 7

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Old 14-09-2010
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Failure to 'see' Network Attached Storage (NAS) in Windows 7
  

I am using Network Attached Storage (NAS) in Windows 7. After the boot on the CD and a few lines of operation and more, we find ourselves faced with this minimalist interface reminding us that we have to do , its version , IP address , and the FreeNAS console setup. The menu even if I find light , we offer all the options necessary to configure access to the web interface : ip address , Access code . Please help.

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Re: Failure to 'see' Network Attached Storage (NAS) in Windows 7

To access the admin must enter the IP address chosen earlier in a web browser and no need to enter specific port for the web interface is assigned to port 80. I tested with IE and Firefox and it works perfectly . A login and password you will ask to install the login is "admin "and password is ' FreeNAS ' . For security reasons, please change the login and password as soon as possible. Once inside the interface, we are faced with a page containing all the basic information of your machine with some very important as the host name , use memory and disk usage . At this stage we can not see disk usage because none is yet formatted and mounted.
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Re: Failure to 'see' Network Attached Storage (NAS) in Windows 7

The NAS server allows access from multiple servers based on the files . This allows administrators to easily implement and cost allocation systems load ( The payload ( payload English, and the payload ) is what is actually transported by means of ...) and fault tolerance .
For example :
* Email system with multiple servers and load balancing
* Web servers load balancing accessing the same content from a NAS
NAS increases safety of data on it by :
* RAID disk failure allowing lossless
* simplicity of the operating system and applications present reducing the number of security holes
NAS servers sold by publishing companies software (A software program or application is a set of programs that enables a computer or a computer system ...) adds to the safety of the system the principle of security by obscurity has proved false.
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Re: Failure to 'see' Network Attached Storage (NAS) in Windows 7

Most NAS solutions are equipped with several disks to implement RAID solutions as noted above. Being dedicated to the backup, RAID 1 (Duplication of identical files on two disks) and some RAID 5 are supported by the NAS. RAID 0 is possible if you are looking for performance. The Ethernet interface gigabyte (1000 Mbps) allows use of hard lately, even in RAID 0, with full speed. SATA drives in RAID 0 you can achieve enormous speeds of around 100MB / s which is the interface speed gigabyte.
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Re: Failure to 'see' Network Attached Storage (NAS) in Windows 7

A NAS ( Network Attached Storage ) hard drive uses autonomous and shareable plugged into an Ethernet network. The advantage to a server is mainly the price , no user licenses to pay. By cons , a NAS does not share an application , such access simultaneously to a database. The series of Maxtor Shared Storage II can be seen as an external hard drive that can be accessed via an Ethernet network 10/100/1GB (so as a NAS ) and as a simple external hard drive connected a USB ( 2 ports on the box). Its configuration is done using an interface HTML as a standard NAS. By cons , it comes with a software install Windows XP or MAC can be automatically copied data on the disk within a specified time in advance.
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The drive also has an FTP server that allows the transfer of large files over the Internet. Set all these functions and many others , including a BitTorrent client to upload and share large data files securely via a Web interface , simply by using your browser. Protect your movies, music, photos and other files using Nero BackItUp 4 Essentials which includes backup and restore full system with a password protection option.
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