These units went to the local Goodwill in 2015. They were functioning when they went.
I have three Airlink 101 Office NASs, also known as the ANAS350. All three came with firmware version R4.00a2d. I currently have 2TB drives in two and a 1TB drive in the third. Before upgrading to large drives, I upgraded two to R4.00a7, the last firmware. The third, I upgraded to the 2TB drive while the original firmware was installed, and, it worked OK.
The first two upgrades were performed using the Firmware Upgrade page on the GUI. The third, I put into Recovery Mode and upgraded by tftping the firmware. It was just a test; I had found instructions on the Internet some time ago and decided to see if they worked.
The ANAS350 has a Shutdown button on the front. To perform a proper shutdown, before powering-down, press the button for four seconds. When the four bottom lights flash on, then off, it is safe to shutdown the NAS.
There are both sata and pata interfaces. Two USB2 ports on the back can be used to extend capacity. As a USB host, the ports can not be used to connect to a computer.
The ANAS350 understands Fat/Fat32, Ext2 and NTFS, but NTFS is read-only. If a drive is formatted by the NAS, it is Ext2.
The NAS can be set to be a DHCP server, a DHCP client, Auto (server or client based on network), or static address. The default selection is Auto with the NAS address being 192.168.1.230. If it is on a network with a DHCP server, it gets an address from the server and the GUI is found at that address.
There is a cr1220 battery on the PCB. If the battery is removed for a short period, or the voltage is low, settings seem to be retained, but the clock stops working when the unit is switched off.
Files that were available from Airlink101
NAS_Utility.exe - WindowsXP utility that presents the same screens as the NAS's GUI. It may still be possible to find this on the Airlink site.
ANAS350_400a7.EXE. A WindowsXP firmware-upgrade utility. It may be possible to find this on the Wayback Machine.
ANAS350_400a7_BIN.BIN. The last firmware. It was removed from the Airlink101 site at some point and probably can't be found on the wayback machine.
Reset the NAS to defaultsNote: When resetting, hold buttons only until four bottom lights come on. Holding too long may result in firmware corruption.
Firmware Upgrade using Recovery ModeThis is normally needed only if a GUI upgrade fails. I use Linux, but TFTP is available in Windows—the commands may be different.
Hard DrivesHere's the >500GB drives that I use or have tried.
I have formatted drives in both the NAS and on a computer using Linux and gparted. When NAS-formatted, the first sector will be 63, gparted will put the first sector at 2048 - the NAS doesn't seem to care.