|Installing a NAS solution
1. Connect the power supply and network cable.
2. IP address is set up automatically, entered on the device’s display and registered via a browser.
3. Existing data stock is transfered to the NAS system.
4. Backup parameters for an internal or external backup drive are set up.
5. Detailed configuration steps such as the assignment of user privileges can now be executed.
|Upgrading a server
First of all, all users have to be logged off, data have to be backed up, and the server has to be shut down.
1. The server enclosure is opened. Hard drive mounting is installed, followed by the new hard drives.
2. Depending on the number and the standard of the hard drives, a new controller has to be installed.
3. Additional ventilation for the server is required.
4. The hard drives have to be addressed and terminated correctly.
5. Now the server can be reassembled.
6. The server is back in operation. However, the administrator has to check if all hard drives are recognized properly.
7. The BIOS configuration of the motherboard and the controller are changed.
8. The server can start the operating system. New drivers for the controllers have to be installed. After that, the server is started again.
9. The hard drives are initialized, partitioned and formatted.
10. At last, all data can be transferred to the new hard drives.