[NAS] Synology NAS owner club!

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Anyone? I read somewhere that this is not recommended but just to reconfirm.

Yes, since day 1 i am using hibernate mode.

It works well with any hdd except RED.


I doubt you have actually read properly
 

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How can i verify? Take out all the HDD n boot it up without any HDD?

Removed all the hard disks. Power up the DS415+ bare unit and you should hear a long beep that means the unit is working.
 

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I got the NAS to power up.. but blinking orange LED. All HDD solid green
 

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I found out y... my WD 4TB.. which i just bought 2mth ago crashed!
 

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Anyone using Synology NVR models? looking at getting NVR1218 model, anyone using this model? any issues or not? TIA.
 

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I don't ever use hibernate mode. What are the use cases?

Yes, since day 1 i am using hibernate mode.

It works well with any hdd except RED.


I doubt you have actually read properly

Maybe the old WD reds are fine as 2 of my 5yr old WD reds are gone so switching to Toshiba now. Just realised that I have not unticked hibernate mode over these years.
 

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hi guys, does anyone knows how to setup vpn on the synology nas?
i have managed to connect my vpn to the service provider via control panel > network > network interface?

now what should i do on my client PC?
 

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saw the pricelist for itshow. seems like 8tb is the sweet spot for value. Also notice toshiba has a server class hdd MG series quite value for money as well.
 

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saw the pricelist for itshow. seems like 8tb is the sweet spot for value. Also notice toshiba has a server class hdd MG series quite value for money as well.

Yes, 8TB HDD is a sweet spot. As for Synology NAS, better off getting cheaper from Lazada than IT Show.
 

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What's the price you get for 8tb? Lazada selling at 329. 4tb is 149.
 

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hi guys, does anyone knows how to setup vpn on the synology nas?
i have managed to connect my vpn to the service provider via control panel > network > network interface?

now what should i do on my client PC?
That's all. It has nothing to do with your client PC.

What is it you are trying to achieve?
 

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That's all. It has nothing to do with your client PC.

What is it you are trying to achieve?

i wish to access the drives when i am outside of the LAN. Another alternative is use quickconnect but i am trying open photos for editting via photoshop
 

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hi guys, does anyone knows how to setup vpn on the synology nas?
i have managed to connect my vpn to the service provider via control panel > network > network interface?

now what should i do on my client PC?

Shouldn't u do it on your router directly instead?

Last i recall Synology VPN is not a server type
 

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