my new router (Asus RT-AX88U) supports link aggregation on LAN1 and LAN2, so i thought i might as well configure it for the NAS.
was an easy process, enabled the LAG on the router. went to the NAS, created a Balance-TCP bond, and after a bit of applying it came back and said success.
I am unable to get a link on Eth 2 - 4 on RS2414rp+. I have tried different cables, used SSH to down/up the port(s) and plugged the Syno Eth2 into another switch just to see if link would come up. I am assuming networking on the port does not matter, it should still get a link.
I can actually share individual files with Drive and they do not require downloading via an app. They can just be downloaded via the web browser.
However, when I send a link to a folder via text, my friend sees this. I want this to work kind of like sharing links in Dropbox works. I don't...
My company has a lot of scans (pdf), saved to the NAS and we would like to make a table in a spreadsheet (saved on the same NAS), available to employees. That spreadsheet, should have links to those scans (one link in one cell).
But I would not like to click on each scan and generate a "share...
I was just upgrading FreshRSS and PostgreSQL containers to the latest images. (see tutorial FreshRSS: A free, self-hostable news feed aggregator)
After getting the images, stopping the containers, and doing an Action -> Clear to get the latest image I found that the FreshRSS container wouldn't...
Looks like the expiration date under the shared links manager got messed up with the latest DSM update on my stations!
Instead of a date it shows a meaningless string!
Creating a new share shows the same meaningless info.
Anyone else is seeing this?