Manage multiple NASes · NAS server

Central Management System: Manage multiple Synology NAS servers from one place

I have at the time of writing this, 2 synology NAS servers. I have one in Sweden and one in Spain for backup purposes and I am planing to buy my third one very soon. Managing two synology NASes is not difficult, depending on the use, but adding a third one, the administration would become… Continue reading Central Management System: Manage multiple Synology NAS servers from one place

Backup to external device · NAS server

Backup your files to an external drive or a shared file DSM 6.0

Synology has in-built the possibility to back up all your Synology data to: An external USB or a shared folder A network drive A cloud service In this guide, I will go through the necessary steps to back up all your NAS files to an external USB or a shared map within your NAS. The… Continue reading Backup your files to an external drive or a shared file DSM 6.0

Domain Names · NAS server

Map your synology address with your own domain and dynamic IP address

In this blog post, i will show you how to map your Synology http address to your own domain, even if you don’t have a static IP address. If you dont have a static IP address, you are using a Dynamic name service provider like no-ip or synology’s own service. Those services provide you with… Continue reading Map your synology address with your own domain and dynamic IP address

Reset password · Synology setup · Tips & Tricks

Reset your Admin password in your Synology

Did you forget your Admin password for your Synology? No problem, you can reset your unit to set a new one. When you reset the admin password, the following will also be reset on models with DSM 2.2-0941 and onward: Admin password will be blank. Guest account will be disabled. DHCP will be enabled on… Continue reading Reset your Admin password in your Synology

NAS server · QuickConnect · Synology setup

Access your Synology on the internet with QuickConnect DSM 5.0

If you have just upgraded to DSM 5.0 , DSM 6.0 or bought a synology recently, you can enable QuickConnect to access your synology on the internet without setting port forwarding on your router. If you already have QuickConnect enabled, you dont need to configure it again, unless you want to set up an easy-to-remember… Continue reading Access your Synology on the internet with QuickConnect DSM 5.0