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  1. Tattoofreak

    XPEnology installation under QNAP Virtualization Station

    Update: The english version of my DokuWiki-page of how you can set up a DSM-independent scheduled VM-start inside Virtualization Station is online now! This is just an additional information to my video-tutorial listed above.
  2. Tattoofreak

    XPenology System von außen via feste Öffentliche IP erreichen

    Da ist was dran. Habe nicht bedacht, dass nicht jeder so ein Freak ist wie ich und eine richtige DMZ zu Hause betreibt.
  3. Tattoofreak

    XPenology System von außen via feste Öffentliche IP erreichen

    Ab in die die DMZ mit deinem XPEnology-System und via Router/Firewall entsprechende Ports freischalten. Ggf. muss noch NAT auf deinem Router/Firewall konfiguriert werden.
  4. If you want to run XPEnology on QNAP Virtualization station just follow the video below. It's in german but give it a shot, I think you will get it how it works. Unfortunately it's not possible to backup the VM while it's running but you can configure a scheduled shutdown inside DSM so you can do a scheduled VM-backup after shutdown. Please note that scheduled autostart will not work from DSM when running it as a VM because the physical timeclock (which every Synology NAS has bult in) is missing. For workaround please configure an autostart via cronjob on you QNAP NAS via SSH just the way described here (step-by-step): Please note that after a full restore of a VM from Virtualization Station the unique VM-ID will be newly created so you have to rename it again to make your startscript work. (English version of dokuwiki instruction is coming soon)
  5. Hey Leute Hier eine weitere Plattform, unter welcher ihr das XPEnology-System betreiben könnt:
  6. Hey guys I know this is a very exotic task but I wanted to know if someone has successfully exported Xpenology from VMware Workstation and imported it into Qnap Virtualization Station. I tried now a lot of different settings, for example as .OFV (never worked) and as VMX (VM started but hung on a certain point, I was never able to connect to it). Is there any chance I can get this to work? I know there is a way to run Xpenology on a QNAP NAS by a bootable USB stick but the solution I am looking for is to run it in QNAPs Virtualization Station. My NAS type is QNAP TS-453s.