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Thanks for the suggestion. * What is considered the "source disk"? I have the original two disks ( "disk1", which seems was the bad one, and "disk2") plus the 3rd "NewDisk". So currently the NAS has the NewDisk in slot 1 and disk2 in slot 2. * Will creating a new volume on any disk delete the current contents? Do I need to…
Afraid I don't know where the syntax error is. I tried adding a space between the '>' and '/' to no avail. Also tried removing the <br>, which gave no error nor any other message. I tried logging in as NsaRescueAngel also, but same results.
Thanks for the help - I believe I've connected with telnet. (Sorry, all this is very unfamiliar to me) Here's the entire session with the commands you listed; after "su" I typed in the admin password. </code></div><div><code><br>
After some struggle I may have succeeded, i replaced the 'r' number with the number from the admin web interface page. I no longer get a 404 error, just a white screen. I'm afraid I don't understand what to do at this point.
Unfortunately I can't open the telnet backdoor using the instructions provided. My NSA320 firmware is V4.70(AFO.3). I logged in as admin, then entered the address https://192.168.0.100/zyxel/cgi-bin/remote_help-cgi?type=backdoorI got: Tried to use the reset button method, but only 1 beep after more than 20 seconds, and…
@Mijzelf No, nothing in the log tab that goes beyond about 24 hours ago, by which time the process was already completed. If there is another log somewhere, I don't know where it would be. A scan of the volume, without selecting file repair, returns only this: A scan with file repair returns this: Status is still…
@Mijzelf No, I'm not sure. With the 2 original disks, when it says "Degraded", the Disk(s) column reads "disk2". Zyxel doesn't say whether that indication is the good disk or the bad disk. I will try swapping the disks and see if it's the other one that's bad. Edit: Have now replaced disk1 with the new disk and kept disk2…
@Mijzelf Looking at the web interface, I don't see any options for that. Since I replaced the bad disk, the Storage tab only says that the entire RAID volume is "inactive" and now indicates only "Disk 1". Do you know what steps need to be taken to initiate recovery? Here's the current situation: Original disk is Disk 1 -…