Click the refresh symbol in ShareConnector to see the new shares.
In the EditStor Webgui, click on SETUP -> H/W RAID -> LSI 0 (under H/W RAID units window). You will see if the drives are online, bad, offline, and hotspare.
In the EditStor Webgui, click SETUP -> network -> Interfaces and scroll down to Create new bond interface. Ethernet ports that are connected will be set as “cable” under the Cable column.
The embedded ethernet ports that is connected with the motherboard should only be use for admin purposes. It does not have the memory resources compared to the other NIC adapters and should not be use for any client computers.
In the EditStor Webgui, click STATUS -> logical volume -> vg00 (under Vol, groups window). You will see the logical volume statistics.
No, the user should have admin rights.
Yes, in the EditStor Webgui, click SETUP -> administrator and browse down to see see the E-mail notification window. Check Send errors box and apply the right credentials for your e-mail server.
No, the expansion chassis can be added without shutting down the EditStor.
Yes, EditStor supports external LDAP, Windows PDC , Windows NIS server and Windows ADS.
Yes, each ports should have a different IP range and have it’s own subnet and Gateway settings.
Archion Project Sharing (APS) works exactly as Avid’s project sharing. The firmware built into the Editstor ES enables all of the functions of Avid project sharing such as bin locking, separate machine folders and database. Create the share using Editstor ES GUI, then when configuring the share, check the Archion PS button to activate project sharing on the volume. A simple mounting client is installed on each machine. The client will scan the Editstor ES and find all the Archion PS shares. Mount the shares using the client and start working. Once the shares are mounted, clients can be hidden or closed. Create a project on a Editstor ES APS share and you are project sharing just like Avid Unity™.