Today is a great day! Synology updated its DSM operating system which brings it to version 6.2.3-25426 Update 3. The update can be downloaded via Control Panel / Update & Restore / DSM Update when will be available in your country. The update is not available in your region yet. The update is expected to be available for all … Read more about Synology DSM Update Version: 6.2.3-25426-3
One of the worst things that can happen to a Synology NAS owner is their NAS being stolen by malicious people. There are several ways to protect yourself from such ill-intentioned people. One is the software that, through encryption, allows you to protect your data; the other is the backup method via cloud services or … Read more about Synology: Put Your NAS In a Safe
If you have bought a Synology NAS and are wondering if it is possible to insert your old disks in it, the answer is yes, but you should know that all the data you have on these disks will be lost due to the mandatory formatting required for the DSM operating system. What is DSM? … Read more about Synology: Will DSM Delete All My Data In My Disks?
A static IP will simplify your life if you are using a Synology NAS for Web Hosting or for Video Surveillance (cameras). A Static IP will never change if you restart your router/modem. A dynamic IP will change everytime you restart your router/modem. With a static IP you can benefit from an online server without … Read more about Synology: Which ISP Offers Static IP in The United Kingdom?
If you, like me, have a Synology router, you have almost certainly wondered what is the difference between the Safe Access package and the Threat Prevention package present in your Synology router Package Center. In today’s article I will clearly explain what are the differences between Safe Access and Threat Prevention. SAFE ACCESS Safe Access … Read more about Synology: Difference Between Safe Access and Threat Prevention