Here is my "NAS Killer" build specification, this build is very flexible and can be customised for a number of different uses to suit your individual needs, from a basic home NAS to a fully fledged media server and everything in-between, and at half the price of the 'off the shelf' alternative.
How to re-install the system configuration on a Synology NAS device and troubleshoot some of the common problems encountered afterwords
The website has been down for maintenance recently while i replace the HDD's and expand my RAID volume in my NAS server. It seems 4TB just isn't enough for my ever expanding film collection, you can thank High Definition and Blu-Ray discs for that. Anyway, i decided to purchase 4 x 3TB Western Digital RED NAS … Continue reading How to: Expand your Synology RAID volume
The new Synology Disk Station Manager (DSM) version 3.1 was released at the beginning of the month (1st March 2011) with a whole bunch of enhancements and new functionality ensuring that Synology remain firmly seated at the top of the NAS market. Here are some of the highlights of the latest release: Multifunction Printer Support … Continue reading News: Synology DiskStation Manager 3.1 Released
The latest firmware patch has been released for the Synology NAS units. Disk Station Manager (DSM) 2.3 updates the following modules: - Surveillance Station 4, - Photo Station 4, - File Station 3, - Audio Station 2, - iTunes® Server, - Download Station 2 Highlights include support to backup directly to Amazon S3, as well … Continue reading News: Synology DiskStation Manager 2.3 Released