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  1. - Outcome of the update: SUCCESSFUL - DSM version prior update: DSM 6.2.2-24922 - Loader version and model: Jun's Loader v1.04b - DS918+ - Using custom extra.lzma: NO - Installation type: BAREMETAL - ASRock H370M-ITX/AC - Additional Comment: Reboot required
  2. @Hardly AnonymousBaremetal, intel i3 8100, intel network cards, updated from version 4 to 6.
  3. I'm running the 918+ launcher. Updated without problems just from the GUI
  4. I also really love Xpenology but a friend of mine uses Unraid and he loves that (and I do admit it looks quite decent too) I've used openmediavault in the past and quite liked that Nas OS too. I don't think they look as polished as Synology though.
  5. I'm using Baremetal and ended up just reinstalling DSM on a blank disk and letting DSM reinstall. Strange behaviour. Haven't had that happen since I use Xpenology since v 5.
  6. I have the exact same behaviour. Have you figured out how to solve it?
  7. Hey, I upgraded from ds3615xs with loader 1.02b DSM version 6.1.7 to ds3615xs with loader 1.03b DSM version 6.2-23739. Everything works untill I access the diskstation GUI, then the whole system crashes and I can't access the Samba drives, Synology Drive and the IP disappears altogether. Without accessing the GUI system is stable. Anyone has a clue what's going on?
  8. Your problem is probably related to NAT loopback rather than a DNS problem. See if your router supports NAT loopback and if so, enable it and see if that works. If your router doesn't support UPnP I doubt it would support NAT Loopback though. We used to alter host files in a windows environment to have the IP of the system correspond with the DDNS. I don't know if that's possible with xpenology.
  9. I could do that but I guess I will never hit the 5 nor 6 Gbps theoretical transfer speed with the WD Red disks I put in there.
  10. My build is an Intel Nuc D54250WYKH2 with a Fantec 4 bay enclosure that supports e-Sata and USB 3.0. Although theoretically 1 Gbps slower I chose USB 3.0 over SATA because I need to leave the NUC open to connect SATA whereas I can just connect USB on the back. I really like this setup. It's rather fast, silent, power efficient and compact.