Question about Fastora NAS-T4 Hard Drive Array
SOURCE: My Nas Fastora T4
I had the same problem after changing the disk setup from RAID-0 to RAID-5.
If you remove some of the harddisks (keep at least one) before booting, the system comes up again and is reachable for config changes.
I also had problems then with LAN1 card (did not get a ip address from DHCP anymore, only 0.0.0.0).
So I connected the Fastora NAS to LAN2. I was very surprised that the fastora filer tool did find the Fastora NAS connected with LAN2 configured to a wrong fixed IP-address that wouldn't work in my network. Fastora filer was able to remote change the IP-Settings for LAN2 card and now all works fine!
Hope this helps any other Fastora NAS user.
Posted on Jul 05, 2008
Turn off the NAS.
Press AND HOLD power button for about 30 secs.
That will force a hard reset and reset the unit to factory defaults. You will lose all data on drives that are plugged in at the moment. If they are in an ejected state, it may save your data, but I have not tried that.
Posted on Jun 25, 2012
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