The Management group contains a lot of settings referring to the operation of the NAS proper. The Event Log page offers a system log, which is not very detailed or informative, though.
The Mail Alert page is for setting up e-mail notifications that will be sent to the specified addresses.
The System Upgrade page is where you can update the NAS’s firmware and install plugins. There is one limitation, though. The update files must be located in the root folder or in one of its subfolders.
The integrated speaker can be turned off on the Buzzer page.
If the system identifies a supported UPS, you can set the latter up on the APC UPS page.
The purpose of the System group is rather vague as its settings resemble the previous group. The Date/Time page is for specifying the NAS’s system date and time. You can enter these parameters manually or use an NTP server.
You can reboot or shut the NS2300N down on the Reboot/Shutdown page.
The last menu page is called System Information. It provides some basic information about the NAS, reports the current voltages, and the current speed of the cooling fan. You can disable the automatic fan management here.
That’s all we can tell you about the setup options the NS2300N offers. The setup manager is good overall yet some features, particularly the FTP-server, do not have enough setup flexibility.