Synology: WiFi IP Cameras, Ethernet and POE Video Surveillance

Synology WiFi IP Cameras, Ethernet and POE Video Surveillance

When it comes to buying a video surveillance IP camera, there are many factors to consider. Before proceeding with the purchase, it is necessary to deal with a wide range of technical specifications, but with the right tips it is possible to get to grips without confusion. In this article we will discover the differences … Read more Synology: WiFi IP Cameras, Ethernet and POE Video Surveillance

Can I Use Wi-Fi USB Adapter With my Synology NAS?

Can I Use Wi-Fi USB Adapter With my Synology NAS

No. Synology NAS with DSM 6.2 or above versions no longer supports USB Wi-Fi Adapter, such as wireless, 3G, 4G, or LTE dongles. For better connection stability and performance, you are suggested to use the Ethernet LAN cable to connect your Synology NAS to your switch, router, or hub. The older DSM versions benefited from … Read more Can I Use Wi-Fi USB Adapter With my Synology NAS?

Synology: Text Editor is a Must Have

Synology Text Editor is a Must Have

If you need to edit a file on your Synology DSM operating system, such as the wp-config.php file on WordPress, you definitely need a text editor. Without a text editor, your Synology will automatically download the file to your PC if you double click on it with your mouse. That means that you will first … Read more Synology: Text Editor is a Must Have

Synology: How to Access synology.me Without port :5001 at the End

Synology How to Access DSM With synology.me Without 5001

Are you tired of typing yourname.synology.me:5001 in your browser address bar every time you log into your DSM? Would you like to know how to remove the :5001 part and still be able to access your Synology DSM in a professional way? Right now, if you remove :5001 from your synology.me address and press Enter, instead … Read more Synology: How to Access synology.me Without port :5001 at the End