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1 IP-100 & IP-1100 Hybrid NAS/IP-SAN Software User s Guide Model SSG-IPCA4G1-005B-A1 SSG-IPCA4G1-010B-A1 SSG-IPCA4G1-110B-A1 Description SATA 5-Bay NAS/IP-SAN with Open-E DSS V6 Lite 5TB SATA 10-Bay NAS/IP-SAN with Open-E DSS V6 Lite 10TB SATA 1U 10-Bay NAS/IP-SAN with Open-E DSS V6 Lite 10TB Document XM-UG-S-IP100-A Version 1.20 Date 10/04/2009

2 Copyright No part of this publication may be reproduced, stored in a retrieval system, or transmitted in any form or by any means, electronic, mechanical, photo-static, recording or otherwise, without the prior written consent of the manufacturer. Trademarks All products and trade names used in this document are trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective holders. Changes The material in this document is for information purposes only and is subject to change without notice. FCC Compliance Statement This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) This device may not cause harmful interference. (2) This device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation. Warning: A shielded-type power cord is required in order to meet FCC emission limits and also to prevent interference to the nearby radio and television reception. It is essential that only the supplied power cord be used. Use only shielded cables to connect I/O devices to this equipment. You are cautioned that changes or modifications not expressly approved by the party responsible for compliance could void your authority to operate the equipment. Disclaimer: Advanced Industrial Computer shall not be liable for technical or editorial errors or omissions contained herein. The information provided is provided "as is" without warranty of any kind. To the extent permitted by law, neither AIC or its affiliates, subcontractors or suppliers will be liable for incidental, special or consequential damages including downtime cost; lost profits; damages relating to the procurement of substitute products or services; or damages for loss of data, or software restoration. The information in this document is subject to change without notice. Copyright 2009 Advanced Industrial Computer, Inc. Page 2 of 40

3 Document History Author Date Action Revision ES 4/2009 Initial release 1.00 ES 4/29/09 Added Xtore logo 1.01 ES 5/18/2009 Added 10B and 1U ES 7/16/2009 Added Reference Table 1.03 ES 8/07/2009 Changed graphics to correspond with DSS V ES 8/21/2009 Added Ethernet port table, Section ES 10/04/2009 Changed Ethernet port assignment table 1.20 Copyright 2009 Advanced Industrial Computer, Inc. Page 3 of 40

4 Table of Contents 1. OVERVIEW FEATURES RAID Types Choosing a Storage System QUICK GUIDE Establish connection to Open-E DSS GUI GUI Overview Create Disk Array and Logical Volume Setup a Shared Volume DSS GUI QUICK REFERENCE Setup Menu Configuration Menu Maintenance Menu Status Menu Help Menu APPENDIX Time Setting IP Address Setting Logical Volume Deletion Upgrading DSS Product Activation Copyright 2009 Advanced Industrial Computer, Inc. Page 4 of 40

5 1. Overview This guide provides you with the step by step instruction on how to establish a connection to IP- 100 and IP-1100 Hybrid NAS/IP-SAN enclosures, build an array and logical volume, create a NAS volume or iscsi volume, and manage a host client or initiator to enable access to such volume. The enclosures are with preloaded Open-E DSS V6 Lite (1U 10-Bay comes with 10TB storage capacity license, 5-Bay Tower is 5TB and 10TB capacity for 10-Bay Tower NAS/IP-SAN). For a complete guide that describes all the functions of the DSS, please refer to Open-E Data Storage Server Manual available at All the examples shown in this guide were performed under Windows environment. 2. Features 2.1 RAID Types The list of supported RAID level is as follow: RAID 0 forms one large hard disk by concatenating stripes from each member drive. Stripe size is configurable roughly between 64 KB and 1 MB. The result is a lightning fast RAID, but with no added security. One failing drive may ruin the entire RAID. RAID 1 mirrors hard drives. By writing identical data onto more than one drive, security is enhanced. A completely defective drive does not cause any loss of data. The drawback is reduced performance and capacity. RAID 5 combines data striping from RAID 0 with parity checking, therefore combining speed and improved security. The loss of one drive is tolerable. RAID 6 extends RAID 5 by adding an additional parity block, thus it uses block-level striping with two parity blocks distributed across all member disks. It was not one of the original RAID levels. The user capacity of a RAID 6 array is N-2, where N is the total number of drives in the array. RAID 6 does not have a performance penalty on read operations, but it does have a performance penalty on write operations due to the overhead associated with the additional parity calculations. RAID 10 is a combination of RAID 1 and 0, hence the name. Data is written in a striped and mirrored configuration, providing high performance and robust security. 2.2 Choosing a Storage System NAS is a file level system that is optimized for file serving application, such as: file/print server, video imaging, medical imaging, snap shot critical data, file system monitoring; which can be administrated remotely. It has heterogeneous OS support which means users running different types of machines (PC, Apple imac, etc.) and running different types of operating systems (Windows, Unix, Mac OS, etc.) can share files. iscsi is a block level system that provides instant disk space. Within an operating system iscsi displays storage space on the network as a local drive, and also allows it to be managed like one. Copyright 2009 Advanced Industrial Computer, Inc. Page 5 of 40

6 Since iscsi uses the native file system of the applications, it is fully compatible with all file systems. iscsi Target is not a standalone device and an additional host server is necessary. 3. Quick Guide 3.1. Establish connection to Open-E DSS GUI All the external connections have to be ready prior to system power up. Please refer to Hardware User s Guide on how to setup the hardware connection. Make sure to use the intended Ethernet port. Below is the table of the Ethernet port IP address assignments. We will utilize Eth Port-C in this scenario. When enclosure is ready, you can establish a connection to Open-E Data Storage Server from every network computer. Ethernet Port DSS Eth# Default IP Address Port-A Eth Port-B Eth Port-C Eth Port-D Eth Step 1. Check that the host is on the same subnet as the NAS/IP-SAN enclosure Right click My Network Places and select Properties Under Network Connections, select a Local Area Connection that is connected to the NAS/IP-SAN enclosure (Enabled) Right click on it to select the Properties Copyright 2009 Advanced Industrial Computer, Inc. Page 6 of 40

7 You will be taken to Local Area Connection Properties, click on the Properties button Check on the IP address field, it should show , in this example. If not, change the IP address of the host to match the subnet of the NAS/IP-SAN enclosure You can check the IP address of the NAS/IP-SAN enclosure from console display as described in Appendix Section 5.2 Step 2. Access to Open-E DSS GUI After Local Area Connection has been established, we can proceed to the next step. Use any browser of your preference (e.g. Microsoft Internet Explorer, Firefox) and enter the IP address into the URL entry line: (standard address) Press OK to the Authority Certification window Copyright 2009 Advanced Industrial Computer, Inc. Page 7 of 40

8 Now you have to accept the license in order to use the Open-E software and you can choose the language you want to use. Log into Open-E Data Storage Server using the administrative level as Full Access and standard password admin (this can be changed later) Copyright 2009 Advanced Industrial Computer, Inc. Page 8 of 40

9 Upon logging into the GUI, you will be greeted by a screen displaying the information on DSS operating software. You can get DSS User Manual and apply license key on this panel. Please be reminded that you need to activate DSS between 30 days in order to continue using the product. Refer to Section 5.5 on how to activate DSS GUI Overview Legend: 1. Logout button: Press this button to end GUI session 2. Main menu: select one of these to start using DSS functions 3. Submenu: lists the option items of the main menu 4. Interface: list an additional interface that some of the submenus have 5. Current position on the user interface 6. The display of the interface after selected 7. Function: Here is where the functions are displayed 8. Event viewer: alerts and logs any events happening such as drive removed, RAID volume failed, connection detected Copyright 2009 Advanced Industrial Computer, Inc. Page 9 of 40

10 3.3. Create Disk Array and Logical Volume Step 3. Build Disk Array Go to the S/W RAID submenu in the Setup menu tree. You will find a list of available drives. Select relevant units, choose the RAID level and click on the create button. Copyright 2009 Advanced Industrial Computer, Inc. Page 10 of 40

11 After clicking the create button, unit status will change to in use and additional information describing the kind of disk array (e.g. MD0 is RAID 0) will be displayed Clicking on S/W RAID Unit MD0 will take you to the detailed information of the RAID You can remove RAID from here as well Copyright 2009 Advanced Industrial Computer, Inc. Page 11 of 40

12 Step 4. Create volume group Next, select the CONFIGURATION volume manager and Unit manager. You will find a list of available drives/arrays (units) that can be used When creating a new volume group, the system adds selected units only. You can use the default volume group name or change it After creation is complete, the page is reloaded and the Status field shows your drives/arrays as "in use To delete a volume group, you need to use terminal console. Refer to Appendix Section 5.3 for doing so Setup a Shared Volume Once the volume group has been created, it will be listed as submenu under Vol. groups menu (e.g. vg00). Under the submenu, you can create either a new NAS volume or iscsi volume, or add volume to an existing one. To create a new NAS volume, follow Step A; for iscsi volume, follow Step B. Step A-5. Create a NAS volume Go to CONFIGURATION volume manager Vol. groups Select the newly created logical volume (e.g. vg00) Copyright 2009 Advanced Industrial Computer, Inc. Page 12 of 40

13 Select new NAS volume located at the Action drop down menu under Volume manager, specify the volume size and hit Apply The new NAS volume (e.g. lv0000) will be displayed under Logical Volume section of the Volume manager below Note: To delete a NAS volume, click on the X button Copyright 2009 Advanced Industrial Computer, Inc. Page 13 of 40

14 Step A-6. User share setup Now we need to share the newly created NAS volume. To do this, go to CONFIGURATION NAS resources and create a new share Enter a name of the share and path, press apply afterwards After new share is created, it will be shown as submenu under Shares field (e.g. NAS Sample). Here you can edit and remove share. Copyright 2009 Advanced Industrial Computer, Inc. Page 14 of 40

15 Next, go to Users to open a new user creation. Enter a username and password for any user that is authorized to use the shared volume; and press create Next, go to the newly created user submenu interface (e.g. user1). In this section, specify which NAS volume is allowed to be shared by the corresponding user Select the volume from the Available shares pool and hit the arrow to move it to Granted access shares pool Note: Edit user name and password, as well as remove user functions are located here Copyright 2009 Advanced Industrial Computer, Inc. Page 15 of 40

16 The NAS volume is now ready to be used by any remote host that is connected under the same subnet/workgroup In My Network Places you will find the new NAS volume. Double click it and type in the username and password that is created beforehand Note: If you are unable to log in to DSS with the newly created user information, please un-map/remove the previously created shares or users mapped/assigned as network drives connection prior to signing in. NAS volume is now ready to use. Copyright 2009 Advanced Industrial Computer, Inc. Page 16 of 40

17 To assign the volume a drive letter, follow the diagram below Copyright 2009 Advanced Industrial Computer, Inc. Page 17 of 40

18 Step B-5. Create an iscsi volume To create an iscsi logical volume, follow these steps: Go to CONFIGURATION volume manager tab Under Vol. group, select the created volume group (e.g. vg00) Under Volume manager Action, select new iscsi volume from the drop down menu You have the options to Just create volume, Add to existing target if you have created a target before, or let DSS Create new target automatically for you. If you chose the latter, skip step B-6 and go to B-7 Specify the volume size and hit apply Copyright 2009 Advanced Industrial Computer, Inc. Page 18 of 40

19 A new iscsi logical volume is created under the default name of lv0001 To remove, press red X at the end of the iscsi logical volume row Step B-6. Create an iscsi target Go to CONFIGURATION iscsi target manager tab Under Targets, create a new target by typing in target s name and alias, or leave it as default Hit apply Copyright 2009 Advanced Industrial Computer, Inc. Page 19 of 40

20 Target is created under the default name target0, click on that On Target volume manager, press the green + button to activate the iscsi target You can edit and remove target in this field Step B-7. Setup an iscsi initiator Lets turn to the remote host to setup the iscsi initiator Make sure that the iscsi initiator is under the same subnet as the iscsi target Under Discovery tab, click on Add button to open the Add Target Portal window, enter the IP address of the iscsi target then press OK Next, go to Targets tab. The IQN of the iscsi target will be displayed as Inactive To activate the target, press Log On button and press OK on the next screen Copyright 2009 Advanced Industrial Computer, Inc. Page 20 of 40

21 Open-E DSS iscsi target is now active iscsi volume will be displayed in Disk Management as a local drive After creating partition and formatting the disk, the volume is ready to use Copyright 2009 Advanced Industrial Computer, Inc. Page 21 of 40

22 4. DSS GUI Quick Reference The following pages will describe every functions of Open-E Data Storage Server Setup Menu Within this tab you can manage network interfaces, administrator settings, create disk arrays using software RAID, as well as find iscsi initiator, hardware and GUI settings. Network: Interfaces Setup Options Description Here you can find the tree containing network interfaces. 1. Server name: Enter a shortcut description of your server 2. DNS settings: This function enables you to enter DNS addresses. Please use semicolons to separate addresses 3. Create new bond interface: Here you can create or edit bonding network interfaces 4. HTTP proxy: With this function you can enable or disable an HTTP proxy 5. IPSEC: provides strong authentication and encryption for the connections 6. Interface Info: Here you can view network interface info 7. IP address: Here you can set TCP/IP parameters for selected NIC Network: iscsi Failover Here you can find the tree containing network iscsi failover. 1. Virtual IP Settings: With this function you can view the MAC address and assign virtual IP settings for your chosen interface 2. Auxiliary connection: This option is used to configure the interfaces on which the iscsi Failover sends UDP broadcast traffic 3. Failover Status: This function displays failover statistics such as failover initialization status, node status, ping node accessibility status 4. Failover Configuration: In this section you can configure your system as either the Primary or the Secondary node 5. Failover Tasks: This function displays all available tasks for iscsi volumes 6. Failover Manager: This function allows you to stop, run or change the operation mode for the given server Copyright 2009 Advanced Industrial Computer, Inc. Page 22 of 40

23 Administrator Setup Options Description This menu manages administrator access. 1. Administrator access: Use this function to restrict access to server administration 2. Administrator password: Using this function you can change the passwords for the server administration accounts 3. notification: The server can send an notification to the administrator in case of any significant events, critical errors, warnings, etc 4. SLL certificate authority: To ensure the identity of the web administration tool by letting your web browser automatically check it whenever you connect for administration tasks 5. SNMP settings: This function enables you to configure access over the SNMP protocol in versions 2 or 3 6. UPnP settings: This function enables UPnP protocol for device notification 7. Remote console access: Using this function, you can manage console tools remotely via the SSH protocol (secure shell) Hardware RAID Xtore NAS/iSCSI Enclosure does not support hardware RAID. Thus HW RAID function like Online Logical Volume Expansion is not supported. Software RAID Software RAID unit is created and managed here 1. Unit rescan: This function rescans your system for new units 2. Create new S/W RAID unit: With this function you can create software RAIDs from out of free (unused) units 3. S/W RAID notification: To send notification by e- mail about events on software RAID arrays (e.g. rebuild started, rebuild finished, RAID degraded) 4. Drive identifier: This function has been designated to assist you in finding disks in the enclosure 5. Manager: In this function you can manage the RAID array 6. Info: Using function you can obtain the following information: Creation Time, RAID Level, Array and Device Size, Update Time and State 7. Software RAID unit remove: This function allows you to remove a Software RAID unit Copyright 2009 Advanced Industrial Computer, Inc. Page 23 of 40

24 Fibre Channel Setup Options Description Xtore NAS/iSCSI Enclosure does not support Fibre Channel iscsi Initiator Here you can view a list of all connected iscsi server portals 1. Add new portal server: With this function you can connect to a remote iscsi server and add it as a new portal server 2. Initiator iscsi name: Here you can change the name and the alias for iscsi initiator name 3. Portal manager: This function displays available targets for the selected iscsi portal server 4. Remove portal: Here you can remove the selected portal server 5. Target manager: Here you can view the connected target's name as well as its size 6. Disconnect: Here you can disconnect the selected target from the portal server Hardware Below are the functions of hardware menu 1. UPS settings: Here you can configure your UPS device (Uninterrupted Power Supply) 2. Time zone settings: This function allows you to adjust NTP server settings 3. Set time: With this function you can set the time and date 4. Power button settings: In this section you specify what action will be performed when the power button is pressed 5. S.M.A.R.T. notification: This function allows you to check hard disk status via S.M.A.R.T. and send the results to an address Copyright 2009 Advanced Industrial Computer, Inc. Page 24 of 40

25 GUI Setup Options Description Language settings: Select preferred language and click "apply" button 4.2. Configuration Menu Here you can find the tree containing network interfaces. Click on the interface name to see more information about the selected interface. Configuration Options Volume Manager: Volume Group Description Functions of volume group menu is listed below: 1. Unit rescan: This function rescans your system for new units 2. Unit manager: This function allows you to manage physical storage devices - units (hard drives or RAID arrays) 3. Unit identifier: This function has been designated to assist you in finding disks in your NAS server cage 4. Units assigned: With this function you can view physical units attached to this volume group 5. Volume manager: This function allows you to expand existing and create new NAS, iscsi volumes, reserve disk space for swap, create, expand and delete snapshots 6. Snapshot definition: Here you can set the logical volume to which the snapshot will be assigned Volume Manager: Volume Replication Functions of volume replication menu is listed below: 1. Volume replication mode: Here you can set the replication mode for every logical volume (with replication functionality available) 2. Mirror server IP: Here you can set the IP address for a mirror server 3. Create new volume replication task: Using this function you can create a volume replication task 4. Replication tasks manager: Here you can run, stop and delete existing replication volume tasks Copyright 2009 Advanced Industrial Computer, Inc. Page 25 of 40

26 NAS Settings Configuration Options NAS Resources: Shares Description NAS settings are described as the following: 1. Authentication method: The server administrator can choose authentication methods for the users, such as Workgroup (internal/external LDAP), Windows (PDC, ADS), Workgroup (NIS server) 2. NFS settings: a protocol for distributed file system which allows a computer to access files over a network as easily as if they were on its local disks 3. FTP settings: To enable FTP services check Use FTP 4. AppleTalk (AFP) Settings: Here you can activate the AppleTalk protocol in the network to access shares on the NAS Server 5. SMB settings: This function allows you to edit SMB protocol specific parameters 6. UID & GID synchronization: Enable this option if you want to synchronize user id and group id database with NIS server 7. Http share access setup: Here you can set up a http access to shares 8. Backup agent settings: Here you can enable one of preinstalled backup agent (client) such as Veritas, Dantz, CA 9. NDMP data server: a protocol for direct communication between NAS and backup devices 10. Data replication agent: It is mandatory to enable this function in order to replicate to the destination share 11. Antivirus setup: This function provides antivirus protection for your data 12. Local backup settings: This function enables local backup functionality Here you can find a list of all your Open-E Data Storage Server shares configuration 1. Create new share: To create a share, enter the share name, a comment (optional) and set its path. 2. ACL (Access control list): With this function you can assign ACL permissions to your folders or files 3. Edit share: Here you can edit the share path and add or delete directories by click on button 4. SMB Settings: This function allows you to change the SMB protocol settings for this share 5. Users share access (SMB/FTP/AFP): Add and remove the users access to the shares 6. Groups share access (SMB/FTP/AFP): Here you can add groups which are granted access to this share 7. Force user and group: This function allows you to force the selected user and group to be the owners of all objects created from this point on 8. NFS share access: to activate access to this share via NFS Copyright 2009 Advanced Industrial Computer, Inc. Page 26 of 40

27 Configuration Options Description 9. Http share access: With this option you can enable http access for selected share 10. AppleTalk (AFP) Settings: Here you can activate the AppleTalk protocol in the network to access shares on the NAS Server 11. FTP Settings: You can enable FTP services for each share separately 12. Data replication agent settings: This function allows you to configure data replication for a share 13. NDMP data server access: This option enables NDMP for this share 14. Remove share: to remove share NAS Resources: Users User configuration is managed here 1. Create new user: To create a user, enter their username and password, retype the password 2. UID mappings (upload/download): This function allows you to upload and download UIDs (user IDs) 3. Quota for users (upload/download): This function allows you to import and export user quota mappings 4. Edit user: To change the password for a user enter and confirm the new password 5. Users share access: Add user access to shares 6. Users group membership: This function allows you to view and change user group membership when connected to the local LDAP users and groups database 7. Quota: You can assign a quota (a limit) on the amount of space a user is allowed to allocate on the shares to which they have access 8. Rename user: This option allows you to rename an existing user 9. Remove user: Click Remove to remove the user from the system Copyright 2009 Advanced Industrial Computer, Inc. Page 27 of 40

28 Configuration Options NAS Resources: Groups Description Group configuration is managed here 1. Create new group: To create a group and enter its name 2. GID mappings (upload/download): This function allows you to upload and download GIDs (group IDs) 3. Quota for groups (upload/download): This function allows you to import and export group quota mappings 4. Group shares access: Here you can add the shares for this group, that has access to 5. Users group membership: While connected to local LDAP users and groups database this function allows you to view and change user groups membership 6. Quota: You can assign a quota (a limit) on the amount of space a group is allowed to allocate on the shares to which they have access 7. Quota for the member of the group: to configure the quota setting of user of the group 8. Group rename: To give a group a different name 9. Remove group: Option to remove a group iscsi Target Manager 1. Create new target: To create a target assign a name or leave the "Target Default Name" option checked 2. CHAP user target access: Add CHAP users that are granted to access to this target 3. Create new CHAP user: To create CHAP user enter name, password, retype password and press create button 4. Target volume manager: This function lets manage free and already assigned target volumes and snapshot volumes 5. CHAP user target access: Add CHAP users that are granted to access to the Target Server 6. Target IP access: You can assign network classes or specify individual IP addresses that are permitted or denied to access the target 7. Rename target: Provide a new target name 8. Remove target: This function removes all volumes from the target 9. Edit CHAP user: This function edit the CHAP user secret word 10. Remove CHAP user: This function removes all information of the CHAP user FC Target Manager Xtore NAS/iSCSI Enclosure does not support Fibre Channel Copyright 2009 Advanced Industrial Computer, Inc. Page 28 of 40

29 4.3. Maintenance Menu This maintenance tab contains settings and functions pertaining to general management operations Shutdown Maintenance Options Description 1. System restart: This function allows you to restart your system 2. Create schedule for restart: Here you can create new schedule task for system restart 3. Schedules for restart: Here you can see all schedules created for a restart task 4. System shutdown: Using this function, you can shut down the server 5. Create schedule for shutdown: Here you can create new schedule task for system shutdown 6. Schedule for shutdown: Here you can see all schedules created for a shutdown task Connections 1. NAS connections reset: This function forces an immediate broadcast of changes to shares or access rights you have made over your network 2. iscsi session manager: This function presents current connections to iscsi targets 3. iscsi Connection reset: This function resets current connections to iscsi targets Snapshot 1. Snapshot tasks: With this function you can manually activate (start) or deactivate (stop) snapshots 2. Snapshot info: Here you can see information for selected snapshot 3. Create schedule for snapshot task: Here you can create schedule for selected snapshot task 4. Schedules for snapshot task: Here you can see all schedules created for a snapshot task Copyright 2009 Advanced Industrial Computer, Inc. Page 29 of 40

30 Backup: Pool Maintenance Options Description 1. Create new pool: In order to store backup of the data on virtual tapes, it is necessary to create pool 2. Pool settings: Here you can set settings for selected pool backup device 3. Pool tapes: This function provides tools to manage your pool tapes 4. Pool remove: This function removes selected pool Backup: Devices 1. Create new virtual backup device: In order to store backup of the data on virtual tapes, it is necessary to create virtual backup device 2. Create new tape: With this function you can create new tape that will be used to make backup 3. Backup device tapes: Here you can view information on all tapes used with selected backup device and manage them 4. Remove backup device: This function removes selected backup device Backup: Task 1. Backup task: Here you can run, stop or delete desired backup task 2. Create new backup task: Here you can create new backup task 3. Create new schedule for backup task: Here you can create new schedule for selected backup task 4. Schedules for backup task: Here you can see information on all schedules created for selected backup task 5. Backup task remove: Here you can remove selected backup task Backup: Data Replication 1. Create new data replication task: This function allows you to create new data replication task 2. Data replication task: Function shows information on selected data replication task 3. Create schedule for data replication task: Here you can create schedule for selected data replication task 4. Schedule for data replication task: Here you can manage all schedules created for selected data replication task Copyright 2009 Advanced Industrial Computer, Inc. Page 30 of 40

31 Restore Maintenance Options Description 1. Backup restore tasks: With this function you can run, stop or delete backup restore tasks 2. Create new restore task: With this function you can search for backup tasks and create new restore tasks for the selected backup tasks 3. Restore task: Here you can view the details for the selected restore task 4. Remove restore task: Here you can remove the selected restore task Antivirus 1. Create new antivirus task: Here you can create a new antivirus scan task 2. Antivirus tasks: Here you can run, stop or delete desired antivirus task 3. Update virus definitions: With this function you can update virus definitions 4. Update local virus definitions: With this function you can upload virus database 5. Antivirus online: This function gives Antivirus online protection for your network protocols 6. Create new schedule for antivirus task: Here you can create new schedule for selected antivirus task 7. Schedules for antivirus task: Here you can manage all schedules created for selected antivirus task Miscellaneous 1. Save settings: With this function you can store the configuration settings 2. Restore settings: With this function you can restore the configuration settings (previously saved) Copyright 2009 Advanced Industrial Computer, Inc. Page 31 of 40

32 Software Update Maintenance Options Description 1. Update downloader: With this function you can check if there is new update available and download it 2. System software update: This function allows you to update the system software 4.4. Status Menu This function provides a quick overview of the most important system parameters of your Open- E Data Storage Server. The corresponding sub-functions are network, logical volume, connections, hardware, tasks and S.M.A.R.T. Network Status Options Description 1. Interfaces: Here you can view network interfaces info. In table you can see network interface name and IP address, DHCP information, cable status 2. DNS info: Here you can view network interfaces DNS information 3. HTTP proxy info: With this function you can view HTTP proxy information. You can see if proxy is enabled and which HTTP proxy IP address is assigned to it 4. Interfaces info: This function shows information about selected network interface, such as MAC address, state, DHCP status, IP address, mask Copyright 2009 Advanced Industrial Computer, Inc. Page 32 of 40

33 Logical Volume Status Options Description 1. Share volume statistics: This function contains statistical data on the share volume 2. Dynamic volume statistics: This function contains statistical data on the dynamic volume 3. Logical volume statistic: Here you can see information on selected share volume Connections This function displays what user connections are currently active. 1. Active SMB user connection: displays the status of SMB connection 2. Active FTP user connection: displays the status of FTP connection 3. Active NFS user connection: displays the status of NFS connection 4. Active Appletalk user connection: displays the status of Appletalk connection 5. iscsi status: displays iscsi connection status System Statuses of the system are listed here. 1. Services: Here you can view statistics for services 2. Added license keys: Here you can view all added license keys Copyright 2009 Advanced Industrial Computer, Inc. Page 33 of 40

34 Hardware Status Options Description Hardware statuses are listed below: 1. UPS status: The UPS status presents the current status of ups device 2. Controllers info: This table lists the components installed in your server 3. Drivers info: This table presents active drivers loaded for hardware detected during boot-up process 4. Logs: This function lets downloading or removing the logs gathered during operation of the Server 5. Logs viewer: This function allows you to view specified log file without downloading all log files in compressed form 6. Memory (RAM) info: This function presents the current memory usage 7. Date & time: This function presents current date and time of your server 8. Hardware monitoring: This function monitors hardware 9. Intel I/O AT: Here you can view the status of Intel I/O AT Task Here you can view statistical information on tasks from backup, data replication, volume replication, antivirus and snapshots. 1. Running tasks: This function displays information about all currently running tasks 2. Tasks log: This function displays information logs from all task types Copyright 2009 Advanced Industrial Computer, Inc. Page 34 of 40

35 S.M.A.R.T. Status Options Description Through the S.M.A.R.T. (Self-Monitoring, Analysis, and Reporting Technology) system, modern hard disk drives incorporate a suite of advanced diagnostics that monitor the internal operations of a drive and provide an early warning for many types of potential problems. 1. S.M.A.R.T. units health status: This function allows you to check S.M.A.R.T. status of hard disks 2. S.M.A.R.T. info: This function allows you to view S.M.A.R.T. parameters which this disk is able to return 3. S.M.A.R.T. test: This function allows you to perform short and long test of hard drive Statistics Statistics provide a graphical presentation of SNMP Sensors data such as CPU load, filesystem, network, memory and miscellaneous stats. Copyright 2009 Advanced Industrial Computer, Inc. Page 35 of 40

36 4.5. Help Menu Help Help Options Description Help section lists all the useful information and detailed instructions of all the functions of DSS GUI Software License When accessing Help - Software License you can read the license for software included in Open-E Data Storage Server. About Data Storage Server 1. Product activation: Please activate DSS in order to continue using the product, refer to Section 5.5 for details 2. Register: Here you can find a link to our registration form. Registration is required to receive updates and new versions 3. Manual: You can download the manual here and print it for quick reference 4. Extension keys loader: Here you can enter a license key to expand the functionality of your server 5. Product support: lists contact information for support Copyright 2009 Advanced Industrial Computer, Inc. Page 36 of 40

37 5. Appendix Instead of accessing the NAS/IP-SAN DSS remotely through GUI, you can directly manage the system locally. Attach a keyboard and a monitor to the unit. You will only need those devices for basic configuration or extended maintenance configuration. The list of available console functions can be shown by pressing F1 key. Ηelp You can use below key sequences (C-means Left Ctrl, A- Left Alt ): C-A-N to edit static IP addresses C-A-P to restore default factory administrator settings C-A-I to restore default network settings (IP, BONDING) C-A-T to run Console Tools C-A-X to run Extended Tools C-A-W to run Hardware Configuration C-A-R - to run RAID Tools C-A-F - to run Fibre Channel Tools C-A-H to display hardware and drivers info F2 - to display all network interface F5 to refresh console info C-A-S to shutdown the system C-A-K to shutdown / restart menu (100 %) EXIT Below are some of the functions which are essential for the user: 5.1. Time Setting Make sure you have the proper date and time settings. The settings can be checked and modified by using the following key sequence in the console: left Ctrl + left Alt + T and entering Time Configuration followed by Manual time setting. Time setting also can be performed on the GUI under SETUP hardware. Wrong time or time zone settings will cause system malfunction! Copyright 2009 Advanced Industrial Computer, Inc. Page 37 of 40

38 5.2. IP Address Setting DSS will display information on its network settings. The following are the default IP settings for the DSS: IP address (Port-C) and netmask These settings can be changed manually by using the following key sequence: left Ctrl + left Alt + N. It is helpful to verify or edit the IP address of the unit prior to log in remotely through GUI Logical Volume Deletion As mentioned in Section 3.2 Step 4, you cannot delete logical volume through GUI. It has to be done in the Console Display. Press left Ctrl + left Alt + X to run Extended Tools. Enter your password Select Delete content of units or Remove LV (Logical Volume) Please be aware that this will erase all the data from the unit Upgrading DSS IP-100 and IP-1100 Hybrid NAS/IP-SAN enclosures come with pre-loaded license of DSS V6 Lite. 1U10 and 10-Bay Tower have 10TB allowed storage capacity. 5-Bay Tower has 5TB storage capacity. Should you need to upgrade the version of DSS or to increase the allowed storage capacity, please contact your AIC salesperson or support below to obtain an extension key Product Activation You have two ways to activate the product: online activation and offline activation. Offline activation: Follow the steps on the screen to obtain the activation code. Copyright 2009 Advanced Industrial Computer, Inc. Page 38 of 40

39 Online activation: In order to use the online activation, you need to have the system accessible to the internet. To do this please prepare the following: o Enter DNS address: Go to SETUP network Interfaces Enter DNS address obtained from your internet service provider on the provided space. o Enter Gateway address: Go to SETUP Go to SETUP network Interfaces Select the Ethernet port that you are using Enter Gateway address of your internet network Copyright 2009 Advanced Industrial Computer, Inc. Page 39 of 40

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