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Your speed is going to be limited by your slowest component. Most cables you buy in a store are really cat 5e which will do 1000Mbps. If your getting 11MBps (~100Mbps) then something in your network is running at 100Mbps. Assuming your going from Computer -> Router -> Nas
Computer needs a 1Gbps NIC in it, you need at least a cat 5e cable to router, router needs to support 1Gbps bandwidth, cable from router to nas needs to be at least cat 5e and your nic on nas needs to support 1Gbps as well.
So check the spec's on each device and replace the bottleneck because I doubt you can find regular cat 5 unless you tried really hard :)
If you can't find the specs comment back with all three model #s
The drive will not update itself automatically. You will have to download the firmware update and update it yourself. You may also want to get the latest Manager software that is Windows 7 compatible.
Firmware Version 2.064:
Iomega Home Storage Manager (Windows)
The blue indicator light is the Drive Capacity LED - Displays drive capacity information without logging into the administration tool.
a) Off: Drive is below 70% full.
b) Flashing blue: Device busy. Drive Starting up or shutting down.
c) Solid blue: Warning! Drive is over 70% full.
d) Solid orange: Caution! Drive is over 85% full.
e) Flashing orange: Critical! Drive is over 95% full.
f) Alternating Blue/yellow: DHCP Server Unavailable. Your Home Media Network Hard Drive was not able to get an IP address. Check the network connections and router settings.
The white indicator light is the Status/Activity LED - Indicates the Home Media Drive's power and drive activity status.
a) Solid white: Drive powered up and ready.
b) Flashing white: Drive in use, transferring data (reading / writing).
c) Solid red: Drive not ready/Drive Failure.
d) Alternating white/red: Boot device not found.
There are a variety of ways to display the NSS Login window.
•Open the Web browser on your computer: In the Address field, enter "http://NAS<MAC address>" (For example, "http://NAS0018F804E44C".)
•Browse for the NSS from the My Network Places window.
•Select the NSS to a network drive from a mapped network drive.
The NSS Login window appears:
Also please follow the below link for manual it will help you to setup
Is it just the fault led, let the machine run for a while and see if it starts rebuilding the drives, if it is NEW and you have just installed the drives and never installed the software then you will get a fault I have the q400t which is the platnum version tho they still call it the p400t if you have just received the server then what u must do is power off the server plug in the netcable into one of the 8 lan ports run the install till it tell's you to turn it on then hit next then follow the instructions to setup the server
I read a bunch of material found on the web. Primarily this led me to believe that the Lynix flash OS has some issues (to say the least). After carefully testing out the mom board voltages I decided that there was probably a software boot issue.
I read this at k0lee.com/mediavault/ "The MV1 has a hard reset
which severs the tie to the startup.sh script that calls any of the installed
software." The material on this site also indicated that the stored files would not be affected by a hard reset. So what the heck... nothing to lose. I unplugged the power, pressed the reset button and then applied power. Held the reset button for > 5 seconds. Held my breath for 30 seconds and the disk light started to flash on the front indicator panel. After a minute or two of that, the OK light came on. I pressed the power button on the front panel and the it responded. Another miracle? Hmmm. The MV shut down. I connected to the LAN and powered back on. Every thing worked fine.
I guess... there was a space issue / startup parameter corruption / enemy electron in the mix that was passed over with the hard reset at start up. Since there is on access to the OS boot process, (or source code) this is pure speculation. Although, it is reasonable speculation. Chao!
You can check the settings and if it is again again losing the settings then there might be a possibilty that the firmware of Nss4000 has gone faulty or is corrupted.
You will have to upgrade it through the CD provided to you or best will be to contact Linksys and they will be able to give you the exact information...
On older LinkSys routers, the default username is blank and the default password is "admin." On newer Linksys routers, both the default username and the default password are set to "admin."
Once you are past the login screen, you are able to reconfigure the LinkSys router