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Select a language NL English. Previous page Next page. English Ask a question. Table of Contents Page: Microsoft, Windows, and the Windows logo are registered trademarks of Microsoft Corporation. All other trademarks 600 brand names are the property of their respective owners. Specifications are subject to change without notice. About This Manual All information in this manual has been carefully verified to ensure its correctness.
In case of an error, please provide us with your feedback. In case of any system malfunctions, ALLNET Allne and its local representatives and dealers are responsible for repair without cost to the customer if the product fails within the warranty period and under normal usage. It is highly recommended that users conduct necessary back-up practices. DO NOT attempt to repair it under any circumstances.
In the case of malfunction, turn off the power immediately and have it repaired at a qualified service center. Contact your vendor for details.
Carefully place connecting cables to avoid stepping or tripping on them. Unplug the power cord and all connected cables before cleaning. Keep packaging out of the allnef of children.
If disposing of the device, please follow your local regulations for the safe disposal of electronic products to protect the environment. Create Local Users or Setup Authentication Gigabit Ethernet ports enhance network efficiency, allowing the ALLPRO to take over file management functions, increase application and data sharing and provide faster data response. With the easy-to-use web-based interface, users on your network can access these files in a snap. To learn about the Web User Interface, go to Chapter 6: You can create user accounts so that only authorized users have access.
With advanced backup capabilities, you can easily upload mission critical files to the ALLPRO, and even automate your backup tasks for true peace-of-mind. To set up the Printer Server, refer to Chapter 5: With this feature, administrator can set at what time to turn on or off the system.
This feature is a big plus for people who want to conserve energy. Wake-On-LAN enables administrator to remotely turn on the system without even leaving their own seat.
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allhet To schedule system on and off, refer to Chapter 4: If you find that some items are missing, contact your dealer. See the table below for a detailed explanation of each: Each tray supports a 3. The trays have locks for added physical security and keys are provided with the package. See the table below for descriptions of each: Please read alllnet carefully to prevent damaging your unit during installation.
Before You Begin Before you begin, be sure to take the following precautions: Read and understand the Safety Warnings outlined in the beginning of the manual. If possible, wear an anti-static wrist strap during installation to prevent static discharge from damaging the sensitive electronic components on the ALLPRO.
Slide the new SATA hard disk into the tray and fasten the screws. The LED blinks green when the hard disk is accessed. If you replace all the drives with higher capacity drives, you will need to go to Administrator login and format the drives. Connect the provided power cord into the universal power socket on the back panel. Plug allnnet other end of the cord into a surge protected socket.
Checking System Status After making connections on the ALLPRO and powering up, check whether xllnet system status is normal or has trouble by observing indicators on the front panel and hard disk trays. System Status Normal The system status is normal if: System Trouble The system has trouble if: Any LED glows red.
The system emits a continuous beeping sound. If the system has trouble, please refer to Chapter 8: Please contact your distributor for service. First Time Setup Overview Once the hardware is installed, physically connected to your network, and powered on, you can configure the ALLPRO so that it is accessible to your network users.
Follow the steps below for initial software setup. The Setup Wizard should launch automatically. If none are found, please check your connection and refer to Chapter 8: Login with the administrator account and password. Change the default administrator password. Press Exit to exit the wizard. There are four buttons on the front panel to control the LCD functions.
The aallnet table illustrates the keys on the front control panel: ESC Escape Escape and return to the previous menu. There are two modes of operation for the LCD: Display Mode and Management Mode. Users with other operating systems will need to install the ALLNET Setup Wizard on a host machine with one of these operating systems before using the unit.
System Fan Current system fan status. To use USB copy, follow the steps below: For more on how to use the Web Administration Interface, see Chapter 4: You can access the Network menu from the menu bar. For details on how to configure your network settings, refer to Chapter 4: For more on managing users, go to Chapter 4: For more information on configuring Active Directory, see Chapter 4: For information about the benefits of Active Directory, see Appendix D: More information on managing folders, see Chapter 4: You can find out more about each of these services by clicking below: Web Administration Interface Make sure your network is connected to the Internet.
Default IP address is http: Login to the system using the administrator user name and password. The factory defaults are: Once you are logged in as an administrator, you will see the Web Administration Interface. The various settings are placed in the following groups on the menu bar: Accounts Allows configuration of users and groups.
Language Choose lalnet preferred language here. Moving your cursor over any of these items will display the dropdown menu selections for each group. In the 640 sections, you will find detailed explanations of each function, and how to configure your ALLPRO.
Press Apply to confirm your selection. From here, you can discover the status of the ALLPRO, and even find out other details like firmware version and up time.
Shows the model number of the system. Firmware version Shows the current firmware version. Up time Displays the total run time of the system. These screens provide basic system and service status information. System Fan Speed Displays the current status of the system fan.