Mar 18

Step 1: Access the SAN by typing in the Management Port IP of the SAN into a web browser. Click on the Click Here link to run the xStack Storage now.

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Step 2: Log into the SAN

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Step 3: Once you have logged in, click on the Volume Creation Wizard link located in the left window pane.

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Step 4: The create Volume Wizard will pop open. Click on Next

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Step 5: Create a Name for the volume. You will have the option to configure the volume to your specific needs. In this example we will select “Help me choose the best volume organization“.

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Step 6: Click Next to Walk me through the choices…

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Step 7: If the Data is very Important we will select Very Important

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Step 8: Click Next for Complete Copy

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Step 9: Select No if you want to use the fewest drives possible.

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Step 10: Select the desired size of the volume and click Next

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Step 11: If you have an Initiator currently active you can Specify and select a certain Initiator or Grant access to an Initiator not on the list, or even Grant access to ALL initiators. Click Next

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Step 12: Click Finish and Close.

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Nov 23

Step 1: Log into the ShareCenter Pro.

Step 2: Click on Disk Management and then iSCSI Target

Step 3: Check Enable iSCSI Target

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Step 4: Click the iSCSI Targets Tab and Click Create

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Step 5: Select Pre-Allocate , Enter a name for the target then Select Volume and Select Size

NOTE: Pre-Allocate: Click Yes to reserve a certain amount of capacity on the target in advanced. Click No to enable thin provisioning which provides just enough storage space for immediate use

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Step 6: Enable Chap Security on Target (If required)

Step 7: Click Apply

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Result:

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Nov 08

Note: In this example only ONE Hard drive is being used.

Step 1: Log into the setup page of the DNS-1200/1100

Step 2: Click on Disk Management and then Click on Volume

Step 3: Click on Create

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Step: 4 Select Disk for Volume and Click Next

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Step: 5 Select Auto-Rebuild (if Applicable)

Step: 6 Select Encryption (If needed)

Step: 7 Click Apply

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Creating a Network Share

Step 1: Click Account Management and then Share folders

Step 2: Click on Create

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Step 3: Click Next

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Step 4: Select Path

Note: This could be the Full volume or create a folder
Note: You will need to double click on the Volume_1 to select it

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Step 5: Specify Folder Option and Quotas

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Step 6: Select who can access the folder

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Step 7: Select Permissions

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Step 8: Review and Click Apply

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Apr 27

Step 1: For Windows XP, Click Start and Click Run ,and type \\IP of D-Link DNS-320/DNS-321/DNS-323/DNS-325/DNS-343 (eg. \\192.168.0.132) and press OK.

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For Vista or Win7 this command line is located right above the Windows Button.

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Step 2: Right Click the drive/folder in which to access and Select Map Network Drive (Volume_1 used in this example).

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Step 3: Choose Drive letter to Map Drive and select Connect using a different user name If credentials are required or just click Finish if users have not been created.

Step 4: Enter the Username and Password for the selected folder.

Step 5: Click OK.

Step 6: Click Finish.

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The Drive is now mapped and Accessible.

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Dec 25

Step 1: For Vista or Win7 this command line is located right above the Windows Button., Click Start and Click Run ,and type \\IP of D-Link DNS-323 (eg. \\192.168.0.132) and press OK.

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Step 2: Right Click the drive/folder in which to access and Select Map Network Drive (Volume_1 used in this example).

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Step 3: Choose Drive letter to Map Drive and select Connect using a different user name If credentials are required or just click Finish if users have not been created.

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Step 4: Enter the Username and Password for the selected folder.

Step 5: Click OK.

Step 6: Click Finish.

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