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System Settings

Some settings refer to the operation of the system itself like firmware updates, saving the configuration in a file or restoring a configuration from a file. Extended power management options are available: choosing the operation mode when powered on, WOL on or off, or even a full-featured work schedule for the whole week. You can also restart or disable the server from the web-interface. UPSes are supported (mostly from APC with a USB port or a network port (SNMP)).

And finally, here is a handful of hardware settings. You can disable the reset button, turn the HDDs off when they are idle, set up the indication when the disk space goes below a specified threshold. The NAS can emit a warning sound in case of a failure. And you can also set the operation mode for the NAS’s fan.

 
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