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Network Attached Storage - Pegasus 4-Bay 410GT *EOL* Print

Stopped Supply as at 1/1/2008

Subsequent to introducing a brand new design of single disk NAS device in August 2004, Compucon now announces another new design of 4 disk NAS device for small and medium size businesses. This new NAS is capable of providing redundancy against hard disk failure via RAID-1 or 5, and supporting a hot spare disk that will automatically replace a failed disk. File transfer performance is faster than a server for a client on the local area network and even faster than the single disk NAS. Storage assignment can be done via a web interface, and the procedures are very intuitive.

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The Pegasus NAS 410GT Disk Array System is an external unit with in-built PSU, CPU, RAM, and 4 IDE drive caddies. The DAS is configured via a web-based GUI. Basic network settings can also be configured via the LCD display and physical buttons on the unit itself. RAID levels supported are JBOD, 0, 1, 3 or 5. Installed IDE drives become hot swappable and are kept cool by two fans. The unit has been tested with 4 drives configured as a single RAID 5 array (1 spare). Compared to the DS-101 NAS unit, the Pegasus offers RAID capability over 4 drives but lacks USB ports (for USB storage/printer) and FTP server function. The Pegasus NAS 410GT is slightly faster than the Synology DS-101 in 10/100Mbps mode, but more than twice as fast in GbE mode.

Technical Specifications
Processor Intel Celeron 1.1GHz
Memory 256MB SDRAM, 32MB Flash disk with embedded system
Drive Interface 4 x ATA-133 compliant hard drive
Network Connection

One 10/100/1000 Base-TX (RJ-45) Connector
Compatible with IEEE 802.3, 802.3u, 802.3ab

Transport Protocols TCP/IP, Apple Talk
File Protocols 

Microsoft Network (CIFS/SMB3.0)
Apple Talk (AFP3.1)
Internet (HTTP1.x)
Unix/Linux (NFS3.0)

Client Types

Microsoft Windows 98/ME/XP/NT4.0/2000/2004
Macintosh System 7.x, 8.x, 9.x, 10.x
Unix/Linux

Network Security

Microsoft 2000/2004 Domain Controller (PDC)Unix/Linux (NIS), User Level Security

IP Address Option DHCP Client, Manual Configuration
Event Notifications SMTP, Beeper
RAID Levels 0, 1, 3, 5, JBOD
RAID Management Disk Roaming, Hot Spare, Hot Swap, Auto-rebuilding, Stripe size option
LCD Function CPU Fan Speed (RPM), CPU Temperature, Network, System
System Management Web Browser-based Administration (English, Chinese, Japanese, Korean), LCD Display, Firmware Upgrade, User Privilege Management, Disk Space Quotas
Operating Environment 5 to 50 degrees Celcius, relative humidity (non-condensing) 8% to 80%
Dimensions 160(W) x 320(D) x 260(H) mm
Power & Input Voltage 100-220V Auto sensing, 50-60Hz, 200W (Redundant Optional)