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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.
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.
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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.
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.
This thing never works right - I am a network engineer and setup is a pain. Do not buy.Published 13 days ago by Anthony Catalano
Print server doesn't work at all - I've tried Windows XP and Windows 8, I've connectet HP DeskJet 4363 and Canon iSensys 7010c and it failed. Read morePublished 18 days ago by Marin Milchev
Only can write FAT32. Can read NTFS. Can not read any MAC or Linux filesystem. Does not supply enough power via USB to power 4 USB hard drives. Read morePublished 29 days ago by earnan
it stopped working after a year. It also made one of my drives unusable. I had to recover files using another software.Published 1 month ago by Vasu
The initial NAS had a power connection problem but the replacement is working as expected.Published 2 months ago by BHughes
I needed a usb print server for a printer I had just purchased and looked at a few others when I came across a writeup by someone who had purchased other print servers and then had... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Stephen
Just to be fair about this product, it is just fits for smb sharing.
but if you want to enable other features like upnp or anything else , device becomes very slow and... Read more