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  1. The question(s) in this topic have been answered and/or the topic author has resolved their issue. This topic is now closed. If you have other questions, please open a new topic.
  2. You can’t simply edit the cfg file to change the model. And this isn’t advisable. There are four emulations available: - 916+ / loader 1.02b - 918+ / loader 1.04b - 3615xs / loader 1.03b - 3617xs / loader 1.03b
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  4. Xpenology doesn‘t boot from HDDs in the first place but from your stick on which you wrote your synoboot.img. If this stick is not present or not set as the 1st boot device the system won’t start.
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  6. By you mean access from inside the LAN? Btw.: this is not the www-address, this would be http(s)://yournas.yourlocaldomain:5000 (or 5001). If you access the share by DNS and it's UNC path (\\server.name) speeds should be the same except you have any firewall, packet filtering or routing which causes this. Any 100mbit routing/DNS device between it? When you access it from the "outside" your speeds are limited to your upstream bandwith. For example: VDSL with 200mbit/s down and 50mbit/s upstream will only give you around 4-5MB (not mbit) per second.
  7. Hm, ja... Steht in den FAQs - vollkommen normal. Mehr sieht man da auch nicht, außer über serielle Konsole. Wird die NAS denn im LAN nicht gefunden (DHCP am Router/Server, Synology Assistant, etc.)? Verwendete Hardware? Loader? DSM Version?
  8. Mal anders (und nicht böse) gefragt: was will man mit solch krückeliger Hardware? 1x S-ATA? Keine Option auf RAID(1)? Rund 10 Jahre alte Komponenten? Da würde sich ja eher ein Raspberry PI 4 mit 2x externen USB 3.0 HDDs und OpenMediaVault 5 anbieten... Mir persönlich wäre alleine die Gefahr zu hoch, dass in naher Zukunft die Bauteile die Grätsche machen.
  9. Hmmm... depends on what my crystal ball says today. Without any information about your hardware and loader nobody can tell you if it's relatively safe or not. Always take a look in the updates report section.
  10. No, for this you would need another tool, like the "USB image tool" (freeware): https://www.alexpage.de/usb-image-tool/
  11. Das nächste Mal bitte im richtigen Forum posten. Bei „News & Rumors“ gehört das nicht hin.
  12. There’s no way to virtualize any other Synology except for models where loaders exist (916+, 918+, DS3615xs & DS3617xs).
  13. Ah, ok. Had to handle the non-E version once and it was dumb.
  14. 802.3ad means LACP. LACP only balances on multiple requests. If you access the NAS from 2 different clients at the same time then both network ports should be used or show throughput. Afaik this switch is unmanaged. Don’t know how you‘ve set up a lag.