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Storage / Cannot reboot if failover is configured
« Last post by asiemieniec on May 08, 2019, 09:10:55 am »
TeraStation 3400R

Multiple issues:
Logging in continually fails but I've noticed that I can navigate to the simple admin page, then back to the advanced admin page and magically I'm logged in and have complete access to the UI.

I'm just trying to reboot the device.  When I click on the Restart menu a popup comes up saying: Cannot reboot if failover is configured.  I don't have failover configured.  Never did.  When I go to look at the failover settings I get a popup: A system error occurred. Reboot the TeraStation and try configuring it again

I'm just trying to remotely reboot this unit.  What else can I do to reboot?  Is there SSH access?
Storage / somewhat unknown HS-DH1000GL Also Hello!
« Last post by David8 on May 07, 2019, 02:27:36 pm »
Hi All.  First post and all that jazz.

Sorry to dive straight in with a technical question, but I'm sure this can't be hard:

I have a HS-DH1000GL, which I know has worked just fine in the past.  I have resurrected it, but can't connect to it.

It's IP address appears to be, although according to a port scan, all ports are closed.  It certainly doesn't respond on :80, :81 or :8080, which were the first I tried.  Did a hard reset (hold the button until it plays a little tune) but still no change.

I'm trying to connect to it on a 2-node network, although I don't have a crossover cable.  I'm assuming it should be clever enough to auto-sense the port?

I'm clearly doing something wrong, as I'm sure I remember connecting to this just on port :80 to get to the setup pages.

Any assistance very welcome!

Storage / Re: Web Access not working on both WAN and LAN
« Last post by SAMJOSEPH on May 07, 2019, 01:26:57 pm »
hey, first of all thanks for posting this. i am also facing similar trouble. can anyone help??
thanks in advance.
best regards!!
Storage / Re: Teraststion 4800 - how to change drive 1 - the boot drive?
« Last post by 1000001101000 on May 07, 2019, 07:21:39 am »
Generally speaking, these devices create a set of separate raid1 arrays for the firmware, boot files and swap which are extended to each disk when they are initialized/formatted. I believe this includes installing the bootloader to each drive as well. You should be able to confirm this by connecting a mouse/keyboard and selecting a different drive to boot from the bios boot menu. You could also pull that drive and try rebooting without it to confirm.

Storage / Teraststion 4800 - how to change drive 1 - the boot drive?
« Last post by perjmolsen on May 07, 2019, 02:42:04 am »

I have a terastation 4800
I have got an email alert that my drive 1 has errors and it  need to be replaced.

The disk 1 is not a part of a raid, but set up as a single drive.

The raid is set up on disk2-8 with one spare disk

As i know the drive 1 also contains the boot information, so how do i replace drive 1 without loosing the data on my raid?
Odds are that MS has disabled SMBv1 on your Windows system. This older TS does not support newer versions of SMB.
In NAS Navigator select the LinkStation and click the "Browse" button.

Alternatively, in Windows File Explorer enter \\(ip address)\ in the address bar, with (ip address) being the IP address of the LinkStation.

I recently changed laptops.  On my old system I had my 410d shown as shared/mapped drives on my desktop that I could open in windows explorer and manage with full access.

On my new laptop, all I can see is a "no-folder" windows media player view and it won't let me copy files across.

Thank in advance, for suggestions.
Storage / Re: Linkstation LS220 Blinking white Light
« Last post by 1000001101000 on May 05, 2019, 03:04:59 pm »
Hmm, that indicates itís at least starting to boot but never finishing or running into error state. I see this sometimes if I load a bad kernel/initrd, the boot loader thinks it has booted but the kernel panics and it doesnít proceed further. Itís possible to get into a similar state without messing with the boot files if they somehow got corrupted on their own. It could also be a problem with the actual board/bootloader.

What have you tried so far? Iíd start by unplugging it for a few minutes.
Storage / Linkstation LS220 Blinking white Light
« Last post by Bp_Tec on May 05, 2019, 02:18:58 pm »
My linkstation ls220 is no longer doing anything, just a white blinking light.

 How can i get this working again?
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