First of all you need to know that your Synology temperature may be affected by several more or less important factors that I will address below. Synology Nas system temperature status is indicated by green or orange lights. Green: The system temperature status is normal. Orange: Your Synology Nas temperature is too high. If the … Read more about What’s a Good Operating Temperature For My Synology?
Are you using phpMyAdmin as your development interface on Synology Nas and keep getting logged out after +/− 24 minutes? That is phpMyAdmin default security policy: if you are not being active or browsing on the browser for more than 1440 seconds, you will be logged out with the message “No activity within 1440 seconds; … Read more about phpMyAdmin: No activity within 1440 seconds; please log in again.
In order to simplify the process of Hard Disk selection, Western Digital’s drives are categorized according to the product’s features. But for the most part, people identify them by their label abbreviation and their different colors (WD + color). Currently, Western Digital has Blue HDDs, Green HDDs, Black HDDs, Red HDDs, Purple HDDs and Gold … Read more about WD Colors: Difference Between Blue, Green, Black, Red, Purple, Gold
You have unpacked your new Synology Nas DS1019+ and the old one (DS718+) is sitting right next to it. At this point, you ask yourself: how do I get all the data from my old Nas onto my new NAS? In my opinion, the fastest and overall best way is to simply put the old … Read more about Synology: Migration From DS718+ to DS1019+
You have unpacked your new Synology NAS DS1019+ and the old one (DS218+) is sitting right next to it. At this point, you ask yourself: how do I get all the data from my old NAS onto my new NAS? In my opinion, the fastest and overall best way is to simply put the old … Read more about Synology: Migration From DS218+ to DS1019+