1. Connect the power supply.
2. Connect the Ethernet cable to the device and to your network through an Ethernet outlet or directly to a router, switch or hub.
3. Turn on the device by moving the power switch on the back to the ON position or pressing the power button.
Note: Please allow at least 5 minutes for most NAS drives to start up and become available on the network (the front LED will stop blinking).
Accessing the NAS OS Dashboard
1. Install LaCie Network Assistant on your computer from the LaCie Utilities CD-ROM, or from the Support page, then:
2. Select Configuration Window from the menu. If more than one LaCie server appears in the left-hand column, select the device that needs to be setup.
3. Make sure the Network tab is selected, then click the hyperlink. The Dashboard (administration page) will open in your default web browser.
4. The first time you log into the Dashboard, the Setup Wizard will load in your browser. The Setup Wizard consists of three parts:
5. If you choose to increase the USBShare size, it is necessary to format the share. After completing the Setup Wizard, navigate to Drive Information > USB Drive and select Format. Refer to the User Manual for more information.
Important info: LaCie strongly recommends you do not increase the USB Share size to more than 128 GB unless you format USB Share to either NTFS or HFS+ ﬁle system using your operating system’s native disk utility.
6. Once you've finished, you can proceed to the Dashboard by clicking Finish.
7. Your NAS is configured and ready to use.
1. Click the LaCie Network Assistant icon in the system tray (Windows), menu bar (Mac), or task bar (Linux).
2. Under the device's name, click on Public.
3. Public will open in your operating system’s file browser. Transfer files to the volume normally using copy and paste, or click and drag