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Old 22-11-2020, 11:42 AM   #9706
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1. good to hear it's working for you. as a point of info, i was setting up the same thing for a friend (he share's a flat with other tenants). by default, the NAS has firewall rules that denies access by default. i forgot about this, and ds file initially could not connect. I suspect it was some default setting somewhere.

3. i think expressvpn website will have instructions. basically in my case (from memory), in nas, settings, network, create connection --> openvpn, enter server settings, credentials and any other inputs. save, click connect, and you're good to go.
Thanks sharing! I guess the old andriod app I am using is so troublefree so I have been using it for many years, ha ha guess when I am more stable with other NAS feature, I will start to try set NFS service to try if it works for this old app, else will use DS Files.

I connected the second lan port to my starhub optical router, it does detect the network and got a second IP connection, but it can't be detected by device connected to these second boardband connection. I guess it is because my starhub modem is not at same cabinet and in one of my room and that why, will try again if got some time this weekend.
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Old 22-11-2020, 11:51 PM   #9707
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Another possible fault that Synology NAS may kena.


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Old 23-11-2020, 04:21 PM   #9708
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Hi,

Can anyone advise?

I'm looking to purchase a 6 bay NAS and I'm thinking of getting the Seagate 16TB Exos HDD from Amazon/Newegg. Anyone knows how the warranty works?
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Old 23-11-2020, 04:51 PM   #9709
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Another fix solutions from YouTube.





Just solder a 100 ohm resistor and it worked.


Can read more at :


https://community.synology.com/enu/forum/1/post/120548
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Old 23-11-2020, 05:40 PM   #9710
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RAM Upgrade for DS415+ / DS416Play



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Old 27-11-2020, 01:48 PM   #9711
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Life is strange.... really strange and unexpected.....

By some miracle, after leaving my DS1815+ alone, dead for a week with all hard disks removed, it came alive after I tried powering it up. I was not willing to give it up just yet.... Even though I have already ordered the 100ohms resister.

So I quickly unplugged the power cable and slotted all my hard disks into the NAS and wow, it powered up again, and initialized.

Now I am able to access my NAS and quickly rebuild my affected volume (remember I died after I changed a hard disk which crashed).

It is now rebuilding at 0.5%... I wonder how long it will take.

No way I am going to power down my NAS unless absolutely necessary. It was a frightening experience.

Problem is my NAS is currently located at a place that is not where it should be, as I was "repairing" it. Guess I will leave it there for a while, or for a long while.

Keeping my fingers crossed. Maybe I should taped my crossed fingers?

Thank you all for those who have advised and help me.
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Old 28-11-2020, 02:31 PM   #9712
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Another possible fault that Synology NAS may kena.



Could be this issue? Can check the wire.
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Old 28-11-2020, 02:32 PM   #9713
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Life is strange.... really strange and unexpected.....

By some miracle, after leaving my DS1815+ alone, dead for a week with all hard disks removed, it came alive after I tried powering it up. I was not willing to give it up just yet.... Even though I have already ordered the 100ohms resister.

So I quickly unplugged the power cable and slotted all my hard disks into the NAS and wow, it powered up again, and initialized.

Now I am able to access my NAS and quickly rebuild my affected volume (remember I died after I changed a hard disk which crashed).

It is now rebuilding at 0.5%... I wonder how long it will take.

No way I am going to power down my NAS unless absolutely necessary. It was a frightening experience.

Problem is my NAS is currently located at a place that is not where it should be, as I was "repairing" it. Guess I will leave it there for a while, or for a long while.

Keeping my fingers crossed. Maybe I should taped my crossed fingers?

Thank you all for those who have advised and help me.

Where did you ordered the 100ohms resistor from? What power rating you got?
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Old 28-11-2020, 05:02 PM   #9714
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Where did you ordered the 100ohms resistor from? What power rating you got?
Oh I ordered Taobao, China. I was too lazy to go down to Sim Lim Tower. Boy I missed that place. Used to go there shopping for electrical parts.

I can pass you some if you need, when they arrive. I bought a pack of all different resister value.

One of the fixes for some models involve soldering a 4K7 resister. But not for my side.
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Old 28-11-2020, 05:37 PM   #9715
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Yest, my hse suddenly had a power trip and turns out its my synology 915+ was the cause of the issue. Just seconds before it trips, i saw the synology box blue light blinking... i am unable power up the box thereafter already..

I tried changing power cable but it didnt work.. just logged a case with them.. hopefully the data is still intact. Hope the support can give a soonest response.
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Old 28-11-2020, 05:57 PM   #9716
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Yest, my hse suddenly had a power trip and turns out its my synology 915+ was the cause of the issue. Just seconds before it trips, i saw the synology box blue light blinking... i am unable power up the box thereafter already..

I tried changing power cable but it didnt work.. just logged a case with them.. hopefully the data is still intact. Hope the support can give a soonest response.
As long as you are not using Btrfs in raid 5 you are safe.
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Old 28-11-2020, 09:18 PM   #9717
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As long as you are not using Btrfs in raid 5 you are safe.
I reformatted into btfrs raid10 few months back. Originally it was the synology own format decided to move to btfrs when i transfer all the HDDs over to this new box

So do you know which component spoilt in my case? Is it the adapter?
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Old 29-11-2020, 01:46 AM   #9718
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Oh I ordered Taobao, China. I was too lazy to go down to Sim Lim Tower. Boy I missed that place. Used to go there shopping for electrical parts.

I can pass you some if you need, when they arrive. I bought a pack of all different resister value.

One of the fixes for some models involve soldering a 4K7 resister. But not for my side.

Yah man, those were the day. How many did you buy?
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Old 29-11-2020, 01:51 AM   #9719
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I just changed my PC. I was logging into Synology NAS with out problem via 192.168.XXX.XXX:5000 on my old PC.


Then I tried to login to the Synology NAS again and it keep saying cannot.

So I reset the NAS and then login to Admin with blank password and change the password. It asked me to login again but show errors says :


192.168.XXX.XXX:5000 you are not authorised to access this service


I tried like 10 times, still the same. Bo bian, I power up my old PC and then tried to login from there and it shows 192.168.XXX.XXX:5001 instead and I could get in.

Any expert here can explain what went wrong?
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Old 29-11-2020, 01:53 AM   #9720
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Yest, my hse suddenly had a power trip and turns out its my synology 915+ was the cause of the issue. Just seconds before it trips, i saw the synology box blue light blinking... i am unable power up the box thereafter already..

I tried changing power cable but it didnt work.. just logged a case with them.. hopefully the data is still intact. Hope the support can give a soonest response.

You mean your Synology DS915+ is the cause of the power trip?


You changed power cable means you have another power adapter that has similar power output rating as the original power adapter? Or what?
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