Intel SS4000 NAS, Router With DHCP-capability, Dell laptop, SS4000 & Dell is connected to Router via cable.
I have a new, just out of the box, SS4000. Futhermore, I have several different new disks (just removed the static wrapper) which I've tried, some of them on the compatible list, some not.
I tried first with a compatible disk, just one, I think it was the 200GB one, installed it, and started the SS4000-E. The three dots (power, disk, error) lighted green, imidiately. One second later, the network adapter also showed a connection. Believing all was well, I powered up the "Storage System Console", a few seconds later it reported "0 storage server". I then tried to press the "power" button of the SS4000-E, but no reaction. The drive which I've inserted, did not light the little green light on the side, but the three dots (power, disk, error) kept lighting up.
I unplugged the power to the system manually. Then i tried without a disk - the excact same thing happended. After that, I tried with several different, completely new disks, the same thing kept happening. I then tried to reset the device, but it would do the same again and again.
- SS4000 powers on, activates NIC to 192.168.0.101, but does not reply to Pings.
- NIC accepts connections on 192.168.0.101:80, but does not respond, (ei. "telnet 192.168.0.101 80" leaves a blank screen)
- Harddrive is powered up, but no actions are perfomed on the drive
- All three lights are showing (power, drive, error) in clear green
- NIC reacting when plugging in the network cable, showing the same clear green as other lights.
- SS4000 is not detected by "Storage System Console"
- .. different drive-setups, compatible, non-compatible
- .. with no drives
- .. different netcables, aswell as direct connection from SS4000 to computer (via utp)
- .. resetting device
- .. running for 4+ hours
- .. both nic's, with all above configurations
- .. checking all cables and RAM to fit in plugs/slots
Anyone got any ideas on this one?