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Cirago NUS1000 Network USB Storage Link

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  • Access USB hard drives and USB flash drives over a network connection, FAT32, EXT2, NTFS read only file system supported
  • Share music libraries using the built-in iTunes server
  • Stream photos, music and movies to compatible entertainment devices over your network
  • Download directly to connected USB devices using the built-in BitTorrent client
  • Access printers over a network using the built-in USB print server
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Technical Details

  • Brand Name: Cirago
  • Model: NUS1000
  • Hard Disk Size: 8 TB
  • Warranty: 1 Year Warranty, Technical Support
  • Hardware Platform: PC
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 3 x 1 x 4.4 inches ; 1 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B0037NYKW6
  • Item model number: NUS1000
  • Average Customer Review: 2.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (83 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank:
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: February 15, 2010

Product Description

From the Manufacturer

The Cirago NUS1000 Network USB Storage Link turns any USB mass storage device into a networked attached storage. Any computer on the network can access files on USB devices connected to the NUS1000, making sharing documents, music and other files fast and easy. Additional features include the iTunes, web, media and LPR print servers, and a BitTorrent client. The NUS1000 is networked storage made simple for everyday use in the home or small office.







Easy Setup
In a few easy steps, you can make your data available to other computers and devices on your local network.
Step 1. Connect the NUS1000 to your network using the included Ethernet cable.
Step 2. Connect up to 4 USB mass storage devices in to the USB ports on the NUS1000.

That’s it! Your data is now shared across your local network. With 4 USB ports on the NUS1000 and a maximum capacity of 2TB per USB port, you can have up to 8 TB of storage connected and shared across your office or home office network.


Print Server
The LPR print server allows you to share a USB printer on your local home or office network. Anyone on your local network can print directly from his or her computer. Printer sharing saves money by maximizing the use of a single printer.


Stream from Wired or Wireless Networks
File Sharing The file sharing capability increases work efficiency in an environment where there is a mix of computer platforms. The Samba/SMB server allows USB devices connected to the NUS1000 to be accessed by locally connected MAC’s and PC’s. The NUS1000 also enables easy sharing of media files and music over the network using the built-in Media and iTunes servers.


P2P Downloading
With the built-in BitTorrent client, peer-to-peer file sharing is a breeze. Simply download the BitTorrent seed file on your computer, upload it to the NUS1000 through the web interface, and the files will download to the USB device of your choice, without having to leave your computer on. Multiple torrents can be added to the download queue for unattended downloading of all your desires files. Share-Level Protection. The intuitive web interface allows you to quickly create and maintain user accounts and permission levels, granting access to only the people you select.





Benefits and Features
  • Access USB hard drives and USB flash drives over a network connection,
  • Share music libraries using the iTunes server,
  • Stream photos, music and movies to compatible entertainment devices over your network,
  • Download directly to connected USB devices using the BitTorrent client,
  • Host a local web-site using the web server,
  • Share a USB printer on the local network using LPR,
  • Simple setup and administration through web interface,
  • Context sensitive online help,
  • Supports multiple user accounts and permission levels,
  • Small size and low power consumption.


What’s in the Box
User Manual, AC Adapter, RJ-45 cable

Product Description

The Cirago NUS1000 Network USB Storage Link turns any USB mass storage device into a networked attached storage. With 4 USB ports on the NUS1000 and a maximum capacity of 2TB per USB port, you can have up to 8TB of storage connected to your network. The print server allows you to share a USB printer across your network without having a computer constantly powered on. You can easily share media files and music over your network using the built-in Media and iTunes servers. With the built-in BitTorrent client, peer-to-peer file sharing from connected USB storage devices can be set up in a few steps. The intuitive web interface allows you to quickly create and maintain users accounts and permission levels.

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

The Cirago NUS1000 works great for me.
MrAtoz
I bought this unit to link all of my media external hard drives to the network.
Eric D Chaston
Not a huge problem for a device like this.
Jesse R

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

33 of 36 people found the following review helpful By Raisons on March 9, 2010
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My (Home) network consists of 12 computers, three "Box Office" media players, this unit and an attached USB 2 TB drive.

The unit comes set to 192.168.1.66:1010, which has caused me problems with some routers. After turning the NUS1000 on, it reconfigured itself to 192.168.0.xx:1010 and I could then configure the rest of the options. The documentation with the unit is a 25 page manual, which is pretty well written.

I attached a USB 2TB Fantom drive (USB eSATA), I am able to watch the same movie at the same time on 2 of the Box Office media players. I have not tried 3 yet, I would assume that would also work.

The write-only NTFS partition is to me a welcome safe guard against someone unknowingly (or intentionally) writing to the drive. When I add movies, I connect the drive through the eSATA connection on the drive itself.

For video traffic usage, this is by far the most straight forward and least expensive way to bring up USB drives (up to 4 2TB drives) onto a network.

It provides for several different server types, but I just used the File Server.
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15 of 16 people found the following review helpful By Lloyd Bailey on July 6, 2010
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I was amazed by just how easy this was to set up and use. Instructions are clear and easy to follow. Installed two 1TB drives and a Brother HL-2140 printer and was up and going within an hour. Most of the setup time was taken up in moving data that was already on the drives to a temp location so they could be reformatted to FAT32. Would have preferred NTFS, but I knew the limitation going in and I did not have the budget for a more expensive solution. If you prep your drives in advance, so they are already formatted (or ready to format), the install will take you about 5 minutes.

The iTunes server and Media servers work great. Have not tried the password protected file server or the web server.

The printer install was the biggest surprise. My old server stopped working so the fact that this product allowed me to network my external drives AND replace the print server was a huge plus. The original device setup was so convoluted and annoying, and the printer would never show up on my network. With the NUS1000 it was amazingly simple and it worked the first time I tried it. The instructions for Windows XP and Vista/Windows 7 made it easy to set up printing on all my PCs.

I've only had this running for a week, but so far it has exceeded my expectations.
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14 of 15 people found the following review helpful By Jeffrey on July 19, 2010
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I bought this item as I wanted a NAS adapter that would allow me to use my USB drives on my network. I looked at others and many have reliability issues, need a web subscription, or installation of software to access the drive from the network. The NUS1000 is a small self contained NAS server with capability to handle four 2tb drives so it looked like my best option. Speed tests indicate I'm getting about 4MB/s write 4.5MB/s read through my USB drives which isn't the fastest but is suitable for me to watch videos, listen to music, and do document sharing. The nice part being if I want to load up the drive faster, I can choose to unplug it from the NAS and plug it directly into the USB on my PC. I bought this to sub in for my Lacie NAS which the PSU seems to have shorted and am pretty happy with the purchase.
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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful By D. Rothwell on March 1, 2011
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The Cirago NAS Adapter is appealing design and fits anywhere. It was recognized immediately on my network and my portable USB drive was quickly recognized. What I learned, however, is that the firmware is apparently Linux-based. The consequence of that is you can access files on the USB drive, but you cannot write to the USB drive over the network UNLESS you reformat the drive to FAT32. My drive, which has a lot of information on it, is formatted for NTFS and I do no want to take everything off it, reformat it and then restore the content. If I want to write to the drive, I need to connect it directly to my computer. Not a big deal, but this quirk came as a surprise.

I have not tried connecting a printer to the NAS Adapter, as my router has a USB printer port, too.
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37 of 47 people found the following review helpful By Mikes210 on April 14, 2011
Rated this ONE STAR because it is READ ONLY on NTFS Drives and most USB drives are NTFS.

So this means you can't write to the drive over the network, making it useless unless you want to stream music, etc.

This was a very important feature they left off the Technical specifications and product description on Amazon's web page. Even though it's printed clearly on the side of the product box.

Save your money and buy something else.
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12 of 14 people found the following review helpful By M. Rolser on May 1, 2010
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Just what I was looking for. My home network consists of 2 desktop computers and one laptop. I was looking for way to backup all 3 PCs plus I wanted a print server for the laptop. The print server works well. There is no bidirectional support or scanner capability but it is no big deal to move the usb cable to the pc next to the NUS when I need to scan. I upgraded the firmware to v1.2 which now allows for EXT2 file system support.(no 4GB file size limit)I connected a 1TB hard drive. Formatted into 2 partitions. 1 FAT32 partition and 1 EXT2 partition. The manual said you may need software such as EXT2FSD to read and write to a EXT2 formatted drive, however I can read and write to either partition without any extra software and Windows XP and Vista recognizes both partitions as NTFS. (go figure). I tried out the web server, the iTunes server, the media server and the bittorrent client. They all work fine. The only thing I wish it had was a FTP server. All in all a great addition to any home network.
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