Sometimes you have to change a faulty SSD/HDD disk on our Synology NAS. If you have set up RAID 1 or 5, what you will read below should help you. If you use your NAS as a web server or for hosting websites (like I do with mariushosting.com), you’ll find it very useful to know … Read more Synology: How to Switch Drive Indicator Status Light
When configuring my firewall on Synology NAS I found it useful to have a quick way to check if the ports I was working with were open or closed. Few people know that an application called PowerShell is included in Windows 10 (by default). Thanks to the command called Test Net Connection (TNC), we can … Read more Synology: Scanning NAS Ports Using Windows 10
Synology, I will never get tired of saying it: do you want to be number 1 in the NAS world? If the answer is yes, then you need to find a solution to update third-party packages sooner. 2020 is knocking on our door and it is inconceivable that you have barely released a Security Advisory … Read more Synology: 3rd Party Packages Update Slowly
Can you run IRC (Internet Relay Chat) on your Synology NAS device? No, you can’t, and here are the reasons why. First of all, there’s no .spk client for Synology NAS. And really no interest from Synology management to develop something like this. It’s kind of sad, isn’t it? A long time ago, in the … Read more How Can I Run IRC on Synology NAS?
Have you just bought a new Synology RT2600ac router and are already wondering what’s inside it? When we were kids, we were used to opening all of our toys by doing an accurate autopsy on them. But now that we are all grown up, we’ve learned not to “break” all the electronics that we get … Read more Synology Router RT2600ac Inside Look