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  1. Can you enable Telnet and verify conenctivity still? Maybe run a 'top' command and see if the sshd is running. (you may also be able to see sshd in the resource monitor -> processes) Are you using putty or coming from a *nix and using built in ssh client? You may need to delete the keystore for this box. There is no way that I am aware of to roll back to Update3. Even if you did a clean install on your flash drive it would autodownload Update 4.
  2. Funny... I recently migrated from Blueiris. Had used it for years. Loved some things... hated other things. The motion detect was always buggy to me and I got sick of running a dedicated box with a quad core @ 45-60% CPU usage when running a mere 6fps/camera. Consolidated by moving my 6 IP Cameras (5@720 & 1@1080) to synology. Then moved the 2x2TB HDD's over too. Only saw a 2% CPU load increase on Synology during live stream... Haven't looked back... Anyone want to buy a BlueIris License?! Kidding... I'll sell it to a Winders Friend. Best move by Synology... increasing default
  3. If you're bringing in existing Analog / CCTV Cameras into surveillance station I would go the route of an encoder. It would appear all of the Axis Encoders (Video Servers) are supported by the Surveillance Station.
  4. I've found the most challenging part of using these cheap IP Cameras is what port they are using for ONVIF communication. Once you locate the port and configure Surveillance Station to use that port they should work. You may have to ask the seller if they know what port your camera is using. The six I have at my house are all using standard RTSP & RTP Ports but I found them using port 8899 for ONVIF. I have seen 8090 used on some cameras too.
  5. Your system is showing an Intel i3 with only Two Cores because the Diskstation you are running is a DS3612xs which has a Dual Core i3 @3.1Ghz ... c/DS3612xs if you shh into your box you can see all four cores are seen by DSM and are operational. ssh root@SYNOLOGY.IP.ADDRESS cat /proc/cpuinfo
  6. Does the Surveillance Station Notify your DSM? ie: do you get an alert inside of DSM when there is motion? It's the 5th Icon from the top right inside of DSM. If you do get alerts inside of DSM. You could use "Notification Forwarder" from the community packages and PushOver [My Preference] to receive alerts. SS Detects Motion -> Sends Alert to DSM -> Notification Forwarder Parses Alert -> Sends Alert to PushOver -> PushOver Alerts your mobile device. With Pushover you can schedule alert times/quite times. So say from 0800-1700 M-F you want Alerts, but all other times yo
  7. Move to a new subject; not an issue with this guide. Let me know the post and I will see what we can do... First thought tho... 1+1 Does not always =2 !! Second thought is switch configuration and/or switch support for 802.3ad/LACP. Is your switch configured to see this as one bonded link and does your switch support it. If your switch is "unmanaged" it most likely does not support port agg. Either way... new subject or PM me!
  8. To install Update 3 see the below post from another member. It is what I used to get Update 3 working [side note. WHen this guide was compiled there was only Update 2. If you follow the same instructions but see it jump over Update1 or Update2 you may want to download and NOT install Update3 and follow the below method)
  9. Check with Sancomes Nanoboot for anything the communicty has injected... otherwise if you stick to what Syno--- supports... you cannot go wrong!
  10. This could be a hardware compatibility issue... Let me make sure I follow... you've got a HDD on a SATA Connetor that once had an optical drive? I would suggest speaking with other N54L Owners vs broadcasting that support request on an installation guide... Obviously you made it to the bottom of the rabbit hole since you are running DSM 5.0-4493 which is all this guide was slated to do. I personally wanted more HDD's than what the N54L would hold. I used to rock an older Intel SS4200e with its 4 bay max... I needed more!
  11. The DS3612xs was the closest to my Hardware except the listing of 2 cores in the information center vs 4 cores on my Quad Core CPU. I also wanted SSD Cache ( ... _Paper.pdf) and support for 4 Gig Ports (only 3 Intel Gig ports installed now... two on Server board and a 3rd via PCI-Express which was used only to set up my LACP & VLAN on the two onboard). Nothing at my house needs more than a 2GB Interface. The only other 2GB interface I have is the uplink between my All GIG Cisco Catalyst Switch and my Cisco Catalyst 10/100 PoE Switch for Cameras &a
  12. No problem. The Update 3 for 5.0-4493 CANNOT be done via update in DSM. There is a thread here that highlights accessing via secure shell (SSH) and installing Update 3. I will locate and post.
  13. First... I highly recommend a backup! Data & Config! From my understanding the configuration is kept on the drives. You should be able to follow the following guide with some amendments. More Specifically ... s/484#t2.2 Maybe someone more versed in this process can sound off. But I am assuming you have ESXi installed on different drives than the 3x4TB Drives? I am also assuming you mounted the drives in vSphere as "raw" drives. The exception being the drive or drives ESXi Hyperviso