Synology NAS CS407e Quick Installation Guide PDF

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Quick Installation Guide

Cube/Disk Station CS407, CS407e, DS408

Please read these safety instructions carefully before use, and keep this manual in a safe place for your

future reference.

Keep away from direct sunlight and away from chemicals.

Make sure the environment does not experience abrupt changes in temperature or

humidity.

Do keep Synology product upright. Do not lay it down

horizontally.

Do not place the Synology product close to any liquid.

Do not place the Synology product on a cart, table, or desk, which is not stable to

avoid the product from falling over.

The power cord must plug in to the right supply voltage.

Make sure that the supplied AC voltage is correct and stable.

Before cleaning, unplug the power cord first. Wipe Synology

product with damp paper towels. Do not use chemical or

aerosol cleaners to clean it.

SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS

PACKAGE CONTENTS

Before you begin, please check the package contents to verify that you have received the items below.

Main Unit X 1 Installation CD AC power adapter

2M RJ-45 LAN cable AC power cord

Assembling Kit

Screws for fixing hard drive and case X 16

SATA cable X 4 HDD cable X 4

Cable tie X 2 Cable lock X 1

Note: It is recommended that you install hard disks with the same size to make the best use of hard disk capacity.

Cube/Disk Station requires 3.5 SATA hard drives for installation. Refer to the following steps for details:

Warning! If you use a hard disk with data on it to install, system will format the hard

disk and erase all data in some cases. Please back up the data if you need it in the

future.

Remove the four screws fixed on the back cover.

Put the back cover down carefully.

Lift the upper case and then pull it out.

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INSTALL HARD DISK

The 4 black connectors on the mother board are for SATA cables, and the 4 white connectors are

for hard disk power cables. You can see the disk identity numbers printed beside the connectors.

Connect the 4 hard disk power cables.

Connect the 4 SATA cables. The longest one should be connected to the HDD 1 connecter.

Place the hard disks into the hard disk tray with connectors faced outside. The top hard disk is HDD

1, and then HDD 2, HDD 3, and HDD 4.

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INSTALL HARD DISK

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HDD power cable SATA cable

Fix the hard disks with the 5mm screws provided. Use 2 screws on each side of the hard disk.

Connect the SATA cables and the hard disk power cables to the hard disks. Please note that the

longest SATA cable is for HDD 1.

Use the cable ties to arrange the hard disk power cables and SATA cables.

Place the upper case back to the position.

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Fix the cable lock to its hole on the back cover. Make sure on the inner side of the back cover, the

cable lock is hooked.

Close the back cover and fix it with the four screws.

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INSTALL HARD DISK

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TURN ON SERVER

Connect the AC adapter to the power port, and fix the cable to the cable lock. Then plug the power

cord into a power socket.

Connect the RJ-45 cable to the server and connect the other end to your switch/hub/router or

notebook/desktop PC.

Remove the plastic wraps on the front panel. Press the Power button on the front panel to turn on

the server.

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INSTALL SYSTEM SOFTWARE

Windows User

Insert the installation CD to your computer.

Choose Set up the Synology Server on the autorun menu.

Click Browse to select the .pat installation file in the installation CD.

Follow the on-screen instructions to complete the setup process.

Note: If you choose One-Click Setup, the admin password will be blank.

Mac User

Insert the installation CD to your computer.

Double click on the CD-Rom Drive thumbnail.

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INSTALL SYSTEM SOFTWARE

Double click MacOSX.

Double click Synology Assistant-SYNOLOGY.dmg.

Double click on the automatically generated thumbnail Synology Assistant-SYNOLOGY.dmg on the

desktop.

Double click Synology Assistant to run the Setup Wizard.

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INSTALL SYSTEM SOFTWARE

Click Browse to select the .pat installation file in the installation CD.

Follow the on-screen instructions to complete the setup process.

Note: If you choose One-Click Setup, the admin password will be blank.

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CONGRATULATIONS!

Server has been set up. Refer to the Users Guide in the installation CD for advanced settings and

management. For more information or online resources, please visit http://www.synology.com.

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To get source codes please contact:

Synology Inc.

6F -2, No.106,

Chang An W. Rd.,

Taipei 103,

Taiwan

Or visit http://www.synology.com

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