Was wondering if anyone has experience with companies that host (co-locate) Synology boxes. I found this outfit and it seems like what I am looking for but wonder if there are similar services people have used and like.
https://nas-hosting.net/nas-server/ Anyone use a provider like this?
Since 5 year I have had QNAP nas at home, before that Synology.
I now have the possibility to buy a one of two used NAS, but need some advise what is best buy. I will mainly use this for storage and remote access.
48 TB disk
2 x 500mb PCI Cache
Hello, I have a DS415+ with 12Tb using since 2016, very happy with basic stuff. Right now I am running out of space still have more than 20% but I was wondering if would be better to upgrade the NAS HD for bigger, or maybe buy a new Synology NAS and install the new HD?
My NAS is still OK...
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I've stumbled upon an issue with my synology. It seems it can't be a VPN client and a VPN server simultaneously.
Both are working with no hassle but not at the same time.
Once I try to connect DSM to the VPN, DSM asks to disable VPN server. It also notifies me about disabling port...
VPN Plus, VPN Access and Site-to-Site VPN will continue to be free to purchase
Bellevue, WA—September 17, 2020— On April 6th, Synology made VPN Plus licenses free to acquire through the end of September 2020. Today, Synology has decided to extend that time frame until September 30, 2021.1 In...
Looking to redo my backup NAS as I'm running out of capacity. I have 10TB and 6TB disks which I was going to join in a simple JBOD.
Using the Synology RAID Calculator I noticed that in a RAID0 configuration,
Capacity = 10TB + 6TB = 16TB
I always understood that RAID0 mixed disks yielded ...
G'day, I have a Synology 1019+ NAS. My initial install was with 2 x 8TB Ironwolf Pro HDD, RAID 1.
This is working great. I have since purchased 2 more of the same drives but as a newbie I am unsure what to do now.
Do I install them as another Volume and RAID 1 ? Options ? I need simple...
CVE-2020-8622 allows remote authenticated users to conduct denial-of-service attacks via a susceptible version of DNS Server. None of Synology's products are affected by CVE-2020-8620, CVE-2020-8621, CVE-2020-8623, or CVE-2020-8624 as these vulnerabilities only affect ISC BIND 9.9.12 and later...
CVE-2020-10745 and CVE-2020-14303 allow remote attackers to conduct denial-of-service attacks via a susceptible version of Synology Directory Server. None of Synology's products are affected by CVE-2020-10730 or CVE-2020-10760 as these vulnerabilities only affect Samba 4.5.0 and later.
I know this is a petty issue, but Synology Assistant keeps showing old NAS versions — the first and third lines are replaced by the 4th and 5th. Is there any way to tell SA to forget the old servers?