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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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|Hardware Interface||USB 2.0, Ethernet||Ethernet, USB, USB 2.0||—||Ethernet, USB 2.0||Ethernet||Ethernet|
|Item Dimensions||1 x 3 x 4.4 in||3.25 x 2.15 x 0.95 in||6.5 x 8 x 2.4 in||5 x 2.5 x 7 in||3 x 9 x 7 in||9.25 x 4.68 x 1.89 in|
|Item Weight||2 lbs||2.88 ounces||1.15 lbs||0.6 lb||1.5 lbs||2.53 lbs|
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.
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.
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.
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.
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
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I bought this unit on Feb. 16Th of 2011 with v1.1.xx firmware and used it between to PCS, one with XP and one with WIN7 OS.
Everything was working fine, yes it is slow, no NTFS, but is was doing the job. On Feb. 15Th my networked printer quit so I tried to use the NUS1000 as a print server and downloaded the latest and the only firmware from their website. After reboot I found out that I couldn't see my files. I Created a user with a password.
I couldn't connect neither as admin nor as user using WIN Xp.
I sent them an email explaining my problem and got no response so I called them.
The tech support fellow offered me to downgrade the firmware, because I told him that I wasn't going to use the security features and was happy to go back to v1.1.xx version,
He didn't know that the manual on their website was outdated.
He didn't know that you can't go to lower revision of firmware(the unit wouldn't let you).
So he blamed me to corrupt the firmware by skipping from 1.1.xx to v2.2.2r5, but this fellow didn't know that the NUS1000 with this firmware 2.2.2r5 works fine with win7.
I can't send back, because the warranty is gone.
There maybe a trick to get it working with XP. The older version had a share check box this version doesn't.
Update 2/25/2012: I visited the site today and noticed that the manual was updated. After reading through I was able to access my files using WIN Xp OS.
What bothers me though is the tech support, instead of helping me, I was blamed for corrupting the firmware.
SO IT IS SAFE TO USE IT WITH WIN Xp.
Like a lot of the other reviews, not having the external drive formatted as FAT32 created some problems by limiting read only on those drives. Instead I chose to keep the NTSF drive off the network and use my FAT32 on the network instead. I also set up the print server for a non-network printer. Overall, everything is functioning fine though I could not complete Windows Backup on the network FAT32 drive. It kept stumbling prior to being finished.
Initially I had trouble getting the network to recognize the device. I made the mistake of renaming the device (as I always do on network devices for security) but when I did that I could not log into the admin panel any longer. Ended up having to reset the device to manufacturer's specs and keep the original device name to avoid future problems.
I have not been able to get the remote access function to work, I keep getting a denied access error even after setting up on device and registering with the manufacturer web site.
One last issue is deleting files without ownership or transferring ownership. There are a few old files on the external harddrive from old backups that I tried to delete but it would not let me. I've learned this is because the file was on the network and not local. I had to unplug the USB from the network, plug direct into my PC, change ownership and then delete. I'm not sure why this wouldn't work as a network drive but was resolved.
For the price, it's functioning as a print server so I don't have to have the printer on a committed PC, and as a network hard drive on the slower FAT32 drive. Overall it's doing what I need it to do, though I'd like to have my other drive on the network. If I had to do again, I might not buy this device but I'm too lazy to repack and return, so I'll keep it for now. The print server was the priority so that seems to work just fine.
The device functions well and as described otherwise, just don't move the thing.... don't even breath on it!
No Drivers Needed. That's actually nice.
The printing is done by creating a TCP/IP port, which means that it will continue to work on Windows as long as Windows supports TCP/IP printer ports and I don't see that changing any time soon.
In the Amazon Description it says you can share your printers. That simply is not true unless you want to share them one at a time.
Since I bought this device to share multiple printers, I think I'm going to return it.
The device does allow you to set the port that it uses. It defaults to 1010. This is a big help if you want to use port forwarding to share you one printer or network storage you have attached. I've set this up and I'm going to test it.
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