System Preferences

Click the Preferences icon on the dock (far right side of dock) to enter the System Preferences page.

InteractiveSharing provides a function to allow the user to get system information, set up network services and system configurations. In System Preferences, you can:

  • Check on Server/NAS info
  • Register your NAS
  • Manage system logs
  • Shut down the NAS
  • Set up services such as SAMBA, NFS, FTP, Media Server, DLNA, iTunes Server.
  • Set up Applications such as SMTP (Email), Downloads
  • Manage users (Accounts)
  • Configure your network
  • Set date and time
  • Configure Disk Power Management
After completing a configuration, you can click the Back Arrow Button at the top to return to System Preferences.

Get Server information

Click the Server Info icon and the server information page appears.

It displays the basic information about your NAS, such as IP address, firmware version, date & time as well as the disk usage. The following table identifies the fields shown on the Server info page.

Field Description
Registration Name Displays the registration name of your InteractiveSharing system
Host Name Displays the host name of your NAS
Workgroup Name Displays the name of the workgroup when SAMBA service is enabled.
Local IP Address Displays the local IP address of the NAS
Mac Address Displays the MAC Address of the NAS
Firmware Version Identifies the firmware version of your NAS
System Time Displays date and time of the system
Hard Disk Usage Displays hard disk usage information.

Register Your NAS

Click the Registration icon and the following page appears.

Input a name to register your NAS to After your NAS is registered, we recommend that you re-login to interactiveSharing from

By default, the NAS is registered using its MAC address and you can also login with it from

Get and Clear System Logs

Click the System log icon to see the system logs.

To see the logs, click on any of the items in the log item list at the left. You can click the Clear button to clear the corresponding log.

The following table describes the items appearing in the log menu.

Field Description
System Boot up Message Displays the system boot up log.
System Log Displays the main system log.
Web Server Log Displays the web server log.
FTPS log Displays the FTPS service log that records file transfer activities.
SAMBA Log Displays the Samba service log.
iTunes Service Log Displays the iTunes service log.
Download Service Displays the Download service log.
DLNA Service Displays the DLNA service log.

System Update

The system provides a function to upgrade the firmware version. It supports upgrading both manually and automatically. Click the Firmware icon to manage upgrade settings.

The following table describes the 3 tabs in detail.

Field Description
Version Updates to the newest version. This tab identifies the current version and the latest version.
Auto Update Sets auto upgrade.
Manual Update Manually Uploads new firmware files

Click Version»Refresh to check for and view the latest version. if a new version is available, you can upgrade the system to the latest firmware version after ensuring that it is suitable for your NAS.

The login page will appear after the upgrade. You will need to re-login. You cannot visit interactiveSharing while the system is upgrading.

To set auto upgrade, click the Auto Update tab, check the Auto Update box, and then click Apply.

To upload an upgrade file to the NAS from a local network, open the Manual Update tab, click Browse, select a firmware file to upload.

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