7. Menu - Status

“Status” entry consists of the following sub-menu entries/pages:

The Status menu shows an array of information to help ensure that your EliteNAS system is running at an optimal level.

This page provides real time data of CPU, System Memory, Volumes, and Network Usage.

The log page displays a list of events: shutdowns, reboots, critical software erros, ect.


Updates log to show most recent activity.


Saves the entire log as a .txt file. (Useful if contacting technical support)

Clear Warning

Removes all outstanding warnings.


Clears entire EliteNAS log.

This page displays all users currently connected to the EliteNAS system. The page also displays open shared files and folders.

Hitting Refresh makes the page show the most current data.

This menu displays the settings for configuring communication with internal and external SMTP servers to provide information to IT staff.

SMTP Server

Simple Mail Transport Protocol used to send email notifications.

User Name

Usually is the email address of the person receiving notifications


Password of User’s Mail Account


Used to identify device generating notifications. (optional)

Email Addresses

Enter email addresses of all persons monitoring and maintaining EliteNAS.


Usually required if communicating with SMTP servers, ie smtp.google.com or smtpauth@secureserver.net. Note: SMTP communications may not function without this setting.


Enabling this feature tells the SMTP application to use TLS. Note: SMTP Server communication may not function without this setting.


Enabling this feature sets up the SSMTP program to deliver an email from a local computer to a mailhub. Mainly used for forwarding automated emails to an external email.

SMTP Debug

Enabling this feature keeps a log of SMTP communications.

Send Test Email

Sends a test email to ensure email system is functioning correctly.

This page displays the setting to enable SNMP Service on EliteNAS.

SNMP, short for Simple Network Management Protocol is used to manage networks. SNMP can be used to configure network devices such as printers, hubs, switches, and servers.

Enable SNMP

  1. Check “Enable Service” option box.
  2. Click “Apply” to save changes.

This page monitors each SCSI ID (hard drives) connection. The system will check the SMART status of each hard drives connection periodically. A properly functioning system will display “Passed.” If an error is present, a warning will be shown in its place. Clicking “Refresh” prompts the system to reveal real-time data. Warnings can also be cleared by clicking “Clear Warning”