1. Thug Esquire

    WTB: Plus-series Synology with 4-8 bays. Must be 20 or higher. E.g. DS420+, DS920+, DS1520+, DS1621+, DS1621xs+, DS1821+

    FOUND / PURCHASED, closing. TY!! Hi folks, I'm looking for one Synology with at least 4 bays. I'm looking for one of the following models: DS420+ (4-bay) DS920+ (4-bay) DS1520+ (5-bay) DS1621+ (6-bay) DS1621xs+ (6-bay) DS1821+ (8-bay) I'm not interested in any 19-series or older models (e.g...
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    FS: SOLD Synology DS918+ 8GB

    SOLD **DS718+ with 4GB Synology factory labeled upgrade to 6GB. Excellent condition, sat on a rack shelf behind UPS power. SOLD **DS918+ 8GB with Synology upgrade ram - shipped same terms as below Intel based NAS so it has QuickSync supporting hardware acceleration on Plex or Emby. (Plex on...
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    500TB+ storage

    Hello, at my internship I'm supposed to look into and choose good possibilities for a big storage (70TB is already here and is not sufficient, so we're talking about 500TB and more). The options are generally there and I'm getting lost in them a little bit, but when it comes to a concrete...
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    Remote file access on Synology NAS w/double-NAT & static IP

    I need to preface this by saying that I'm not a networking guy so please excuse some fumbling of terminology below. :wacky: I'll do my best to clarify anything that doesn't make sense. The environment I'm in is a shared workspace, kinda like WeWork but without any IT infrastructure or...
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    NAS Noob Question: Synology DS218j add new storage pool

    Disclaimer: I know jack about an NAS. I bought a Synology DS218j so I could have an always-on network storage device to stream movie and TV show files without having my PC on 24-hours a day. The Western Digital white 10 TB drive in my DS218j is getting close to capacity, so I bought and added...
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    Stuck trying to setup NAS remote file access

    Just got my DS1618+ going. Local setup was a breeze, but I am completely stuck getting remote access to work. Honestly I never thought it would be this complicated. Fair warning I am bad at this stuff and have no networking experience so please use small words and dumb everything down til even...
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    FS: sold

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    Home NAS: 1 volume more multiple volumes

    The title should be 1 volume OR multiple volumes (not sure why I can't edit the thread title). I just got a Synology ds 1817+. I have 6 8TB drives, though 1 is currently in use outside the NAS. Is there an advantage to having multiple volumes? I'd read somewhere that it was useful for...
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    Need Some NAS advice

    I've been looking at buying a NAS for a few weeks and I think I'm going to go with Synology (but I'm open to QNAP) Originally I thought of the TVS-882, but I've got concerns about drive and fan noise (80mm fans) from that unit. What I like about it is the slots dedicated for an SSD Cache...
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    Synology or QNAP for Crashplan Pro?

    So I'd like to use a NAS that's under $500 (without HDD, I plan on puttting the 8TB reds in) that can work as a headless device to upload my archived projects/files onto my crashplan pro account. Looking for 2 bay but 4 would be preferable. Is there a device you guys would recommend? I'm open...
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    [FS/T][USA-TN][H] HP Gen8 Microserver | Synology DS413

    What I'm looking for as far as trades purchases go: 4x SAMSUNG 8GB M393B1K70DH0-CK0 2Rx4 PC3-12800R ECC E5-2680 SR0KH 2.7Ghz 8 Core 20MB Cache Dell 1TD00 Heatsink shroud for T7600 5+ Bay Synology NAS Photos are here: HP Gen8 - Used for testing proxmox, unraid...
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    Do I pick Synology DS151 deal or wait?

    I see there is a deal on newegg for Synology DS1517. Considering that I want to get a 4 or 5 bay NAS, how worth it is this deal? I'm still generally debating whether to use a single disk directly attached storage that i already have, or get a NAS. The benefits of NAS as i see it are RAID...
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    5x Seagate 4TB SATA 64MB Cache 6Gb/s Desktop 3.5" Hard Drive ST4000DM000

    Selling 5x Seagate 5TB HDDs that i pulled from my Synology and replaced with 8TB drives. Seagate 4TB SATA 64MB Cache 6Gb/s Desktop 3.5" Hard Drive ST4000DM000
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    FS: Synology DS412+ with drives

    Just recently moved up to a 8 bay Synology and now selling my Synology DS412+ with 4x 2TB Western Digital Red hard drives. The DS412+ has also been upgraded from 1GB to 2GB of RAM. $600 -SOLD-