Why the multiple instances of nordvpn?
I'm not on Rusty's level yet... :pThat is a lot of containers.
Today? Not much.What do you use your NAS for?
1 goes via Zwitserland
1 goes via UK
1 goes via US
Ok. So I note you have the privoxy containers connected to each of those. How do you route the different calls to the different proxy containers? They can't all be listening on the same port.
I'm guessing you're doing something location based. But what makes the determination to route a given call to the one proxy or the other?
Hi,Do you use your NAS for storage? For mail?
What do you expect from your NAS?
Share with us.
I see that DSM 7 will be removing USB support for DAC, amongst other USB device types. Something to consider!At present I use the NAS for ... listening to liquid music (via a USB DAC attached to USB port).
Yeah, I already know this stuff, unfortunately ! I opened a support ticket with Synology tech support because the DS118 I bought did not manage audio reproduction from DAC attached on USB port. One of their technician told me they stopped supporting USB drivers for DACs from the x16 series on. Not a convincing reply, since many DACS won't need drivers, in Windows, MacOs and Linux ! But I'm talking from non-technical point of view.I see that DSM 7 will be removing USB support for DAC, amongst other USB device types. Something to consider!
Oh, that's not question of (only) DSM 7... Synology support told me they have kept support of audio USB DACs until the x16 NAS series. So everything after x16 series will not manage USB audio correctly. My (ex) DS118 recognized the audio USB DAC (Audioquest Dragonfly Red) but the output had much distortion, so was unlistenable.Oh good. At least you know. So many are jumping in and installing DSM 7 beta without reading the notes.
just to be sure, many of users are looking for a cost first, then for quality, specially in single/two bays NAS boxes. Then producers as Syno or Qnap have downgraded HW, what stand on thin line between external disk box and NAS. Reason, why “j-class” does exist....Many of us use the NAS to listen to their music collection with headphones or send audio stream to Hi-Fi equipment (that's my case) and AudioStation is very good at this. In addition, as far as I know, no competitor (Qnap etc.) could do this, so I do not understand their decision even as marketing choice.