The web-interface’s system settings include the options of firmware update and saving/restoring/resetting the NAS’s configuration. The integrated timer can be set up, too. Besides working as an NTP client (when setting the internal timer up), the NAS can work as an NTP server for synchronizing multiple devices on the LAN.
The NAS offers rather wide power management options. The user can schedule two tasks for each day of the week. The Wake-on-LAN feature is supported. The web-interface allows to shut down or reset the NAS if necessary.
The logging feature is not very good. You can only view 10 entries at a time and filter them by type (notifications, warnings, errors). Exporting into a text file is not supported.
Up to four recipients can be specified for email notifications. Authentication is supported in the SMTP server settings. Email notifications are detailed and frequent.
There are a few pages with information about the NAS. They show the CPU load, fan speed, uptime duration, statuses of all services, product name and firmware version.