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The Seagate 4-bay NAS features an LCD display on the front of the device to review its general settings. See the table below for the settings on the LCD display.
|Network||IP addresses||See the IP addresses assigned to the NAS.|
|Storage||Total and volume capacities||See the total capacity available to the NAS as well as the capacity for each volume.|
|Alerts||Hardware errors||Up to five alerts are listed on the sub-menu. Alerts include: temperature; casing; fan; and disks.|
|Temperature||Hardware temperatures||Check the temperature for the NAS's: CPU; motherboard; or drives.|
|Fan||Fan rotation||Check the rotational speed of the fan.|
|Date||Date, time and uptime||Uptime refers to the amount of time that the NAS has been powered on. It is listed in seconds.|
|Software version||Firmware||Check the firmware version for Seagate System Monitor.|
Follow the steps below to access the Menus and Sub-menus listed above.
Each menu and sub-menu will remain on the LCD display for 30 seconds before reverting to the home screen.