Seagate Ironwolf Nas Hard Drive Setup

Seagate Ironwolf Nas Hard Drive Setup

The Seagate IronWolf NAS Hard Drives are well-known for their performance, system scalability, and reliability. When the IronWolf hard drives are integrated into compatible Segate NAS Drive, the overall system reliability increases. The IronWolf Health Management (IHM) manages overall system reliability by displaying actionable prevention and recovery options. The Seagate IronWolf NAS hard drive setup is quite simple and easy if you follow the quick steps given below.

  1. First, connect your Network Attached Storage (NAS) and the router using a standard Ethernet cable.
  2. Next, connect the NAS to an electrical outlet using the supplied power adapter. Wait for the NAS to power on automatically.
  3. When the power LED turns from blinking to solid, move on to your Windows computer connected over the same wireless network and launch the default browser.
  4. Go to the Seagate setup page and follow the on-screen prompts to complete the installation.
  5. Now, insert the IronWolf NAS hard drive into the diskless enclosure from left to right.
  6. Push the NAS hard drive into the bay and close the tray handle.
  7. On your computer, update the NAS OS installer to the latest version and install the Seagate Network Assistant. This utility assists you in detecting and accessing the NAS OS devices on the network.
  8. After installing the Seagate Network Assistant, click the Start menu available at the bottom-left corner of the desktop and select All Programs > Seagate Network Assistant.
  9. You can also launch the Seagate Network Assistant by right-clicking its icon in the taskbar and selecting the Open Seagate Network Assistant option from the context menu.
  10. Choose the NAS you wish to access from the left-side panel and click the Configurationtab to review the IP address, software/firmware version, and MAC address.
  11. Click the Network tab and select Explore files to access the files and folder on your device.
  12. To select your device and modify the settings using your browser, click the Web access to the NAS OS button.
  13. Finally, set the options to access Seagate IronWolf Nas Hard Drives from public and private shares.