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NAS (Network Attached Storage) storage device about the network topology through the standard (eg Ethernet) to a group of computers. NAS is the storage component level approach, its focus is to help solve the rapidly increasing demand for storage capacity.
NAS Storage Network Attached Storage Cross Platform Data Storage for Workgroups Scalable High Performance Data Storage Featuring: • Fastest NAS Available! • 500 GB Usable Capacity - Expandable to 2 TB • Fault Tolerant - RAID 0, 1, and 5 (and JBOD) • 500 MHz Processor • 7.0 MB/Sec Performance. • Hot-Swap Drive Canisters • Volume Management • ure Con g from Web or Front Panel • Ethernet 10/100 Network Interface • Alerts via SMNP/SMPT NAS Stor Network-Attached Storage with 3 SCSI drives - usable capacity of 500 GB. Expansion Chassis available for larger capacity. The Reactive NAS Stor is a highly scalable storage solution that addresses the growing demand for reliable workgroup storage. Simultaneously accessible by Windows, Unix, NetWare, and HTTP clients, the NAS Stor affords maximum xibility. NAS Stor was designed with ease of operation in mind - it has all necessary software for operation embedded e ur t n e m e on-board. Administration for NAS Stor, including con g a io ma nagem nt , vol u e ma nagem nt , and u pdat e ar e s, d handled with a web browser interface. Stored data is protected with RAID level 1 or level 5. User speci e storage groups can be partitioned and protected with access security. Network Attached Storage Traditional server-based storage architecture requires capacity and bandwidth, reducing the effectiveness of the the IT manager to take the server down to upgrade the server and often requiring server upgrades. storage capacity. Additionally, more storage will utilize I/O Network Attached Storage bypasses the traditional le server and attaches directly to the network hub without taking network equipment off-line. NAS Stor is optimally ur d r a gl nct n ct el , pre-con g e t oper fo m si n ef u io ver y ef fe iv y Storage. The operating system on a NAS Stor emulates multiple network environments and le s haring protocols, allowing simultaneous use of the storage from multiple user platforms. The NAS operating system does not require license fees and can be upgraded by re a shing new firmware. The NAS equipment provides simple administration, easy-to-manage security, RAID, and fault tolerant design. Backup and restore functions are simple, and can be managed remotely with the web browser interface. SUPPORTED CLIENTS SPECIFICATIONS NAS Storage Microsoft Windows PROCESSOR Acts as a DHCP Server. AMD K6-500 Processor Supported systems: Windows 3.11, 95, 98, NT, 2000, XP, LAN 512 Megabytes RAM Manager 1.3 and above, LAN Server 1.3 and above. Supported protocols: SMB over NetBIOS/TCP/IP, WINS/NBNS. Installation: Appears as an NT server (user level), supporting GENERAL SECURITY FEATURES WINS and DHCP. Parameters are set with the intuitive, Web-based NDS, NetWare Bindery, NT Domain Authentication Services. interface. RAID partitions mappable as logical drives or directories. Security: User-level User Limit set on peruser basis. Accessing discs: Use Explorer, File Manager or standard OS/2 tools. All hard disks can be mapped to one drive letter, individual hard disks and/or top level folders can be mapped to a drive letter. NETWORK MANAGEMENT Standard Web Browser management. Unix E-mail (SMTP) support for noti cation of system events. Supported systems: Supports all UNIX dialects through NFS over Event logging and statistics. UDP/IP on TCP/IP networks. IP Address Assignment Supported protocols: NFS over UDP/IP, TCP, PC-NFS, ARP, RARP, BOOTP, DHCP, FTP. Installation: Set IP address via RARP or DHCP. FILE SERVING / BACKUP Security: NFS version 2, User ID, Group ID. Automatic Backup Scheduling. Accessing discs: Use standard mount or Web Browser. Web Browser access to le system. Supported systems: Internet/intranet over HTTP 1.0 compatible browsers. Supported protocols: HTTP 1.0 over TCP/IP SOFTWARE UPDATES sh NAS Stor rmware without requiring FTP. Re a HTTP Supported systems: Web Browsers HTTP 1.0 (Microsoft Internet Explorer, Netscape Navigator) PERFORMANCE / RAID Storage Up to 540 GB of Network Attached Storage. Novell NetWare Transfer Rate Network throughput - 75 MB/Sec. Supported systems: NetWare 3.X, 4.X and 5.X RAID Linear, RAID 0 (Striping), RAID 1 (Mirroring), and Supported protocols: NDS, NCP (IPX and NetWare/IP) Installation: RAID 5. Hardware RAID Appears as a NetWare NDS and/or Bindery le server. implementation. NDS: Simple installation, using Server View the NAS Stor will then Flexible RAID Partitioning install itself in the NDS tree within a few seconds. Backup Optional DAT tape. Bindery: No con g uration required. Security: Encrypted passwords. Authorization via file server, including NDS. All security setup handled by standard NetWare tools NETWORK REQUIREMENTS such as NWAdmin when installed in the NDS tree. Authentication Ethernet RJ-45 connector for 10Base-T or 100Base-TX, via le server when in Bindery mode. Auto-sensing. Category 5 Time synchronization: NDS cable. Accessing discs: Use standard NetWare clients. All hard disks Gigabit can be mapped to one drive letter and individual hard disks can Ethernet Optional be mapped to a drive letter. TCP/IP Simultaneously supports multiple protocols. MODELS NAS HARDWARE CPU AMD K6-500 MHz 32-bit processor. NAS Stor -90 3 x 36 GB SCSI Drives NAS Stor -150 3 x 60 GB SCSI Drives RAM 512 MB standard PC133 DIMM. NAS Stor -460 3 x 180 GB SCSI Drives FLASH 4 MB Larger Capacities Available with Expansion SCSI 15 SCSI Device Support SCSI-2 50-Pin internal connector. SCSI-3 68-Pin internal connector. OPTIONS EIDE 4 EIDE devices. Clock Real-time clock with battery backup. Tape Backup Indicators LED for detection, status, and operation. Tower Cabinet Quality d ISO-9000 certi e quality Expansion Chassis Extended Warranty, 2-Year Warranty NETWORK CONNECTION Other Options Available Ethernet RJ-45 Category 3/5 compliant cable connector. Speci cations subject to change without notice. 0201
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