QNAP TS-409U Turbo NAS

Posted on July 15, 2008
Author: Sean Potter
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Tags: NAS, iSCSI, NAS

Administration, Take Two

Next, I moved on to the user tab. Here, I can add and remove users, set quotas, and creative group permissions.

The next tab is Network Share Management, which allows me to create and remove shares, as well as edit permissions for both Samba and NFS.

The next to last area to explore is System Tools. Under System Tools are various, well uh... tools and settings that allow me to further customize and lock down my NAS. I can have e-mails sent to me when the NAS experiences problems, shutdown or reboot the NAS, set up a USB UPS, update the firmware, set up a firewall or IP filter, and more.

Finally, the last tab is System Logs. Here, I can see detailed event logs of file transactions, hardware changes, and formatting. I can also check who's currently connected to the machine, and check the system information that gives me information such as RAM and CPU usage.

After looking through everything I felt I had some interest in, I went about to mounting the drives in both Linux and Windows.

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