- Jan 24, 2006
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from what i understand, ACE is the distributor to all the shops in SG except for memory world
There is no simple way to do it unfortunately. You have to copy it all to somewhere before you can do it. Upgrade to another Synology NAS is just a matter of plugging out the old drives and putting them into the new one, but changing the drives is an entire different ball game.
Ddns on router, can leave it as disabled. On your synology, make sure your ddns settings are correct. In addition, on the ddns side, ensure that the ddns website/host directs to your IP address given to you by your provider. For me I'm using dlinkddns so the ddns website tells me what ip I'm using (the one accessing the ddns web page) just check that and also that the ports are correctly forwarded on your router.
For me I directly configure the ports on th router and I don't use the ddns to help me configure and override the rules in the router
hi hi just to share. I managed to get WOL works on WAN. I found out the WOL port for my router model and set port forward on it. At first, it still didn't work after save port forward setting... after that, I found out I missed a very stupid step, once REBOOT the router and tried again using mobile WOL app, my NAS just turn on by itself over 3G.
Need help here from lao jiao bros. I migrated my 4x500gb from my old CS-406 to the DS413J and everything went smoothly (data and all) except for photo station. It was working ok with DSM3.1 on the CS-406 but now I basically can't open it even on my LAN. Tried un-install and re-install photo station but didn't work. But funny enough the pics are accessible on DS Photo+ app on my iphone and ipad.
See pic below on blank page on firefox and internal 500 server error on IE when I tried to open the link.
I had this happened once but after a reboot it was working fine. Try chrome, reinstall JRE?