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  1. terastation 7120r

    I think its made in China by USI, but re-badged to Terastation? I'd imagine there should be a boot option to access the disk controller bios and set that up. Probably set to raid and needs to be jbod/IT/Passthrough. Found a manual, page 32 might give a pointer:) TS-7120R-35012398-03_EN.pdf
  2. port forwarding help

    The router supports DDNS so setup a (free) service on that, then open the necessary ports to access the system. To be more secure you could use 'port translation' rather than standard DSM ports or (even better) setup the DSM VPN server and connect with a client - that way you only open one port for the VPN server service.
  3. cloud station might also need tcp port 6690 open. also have you enabled on the server the folder to allow sync
  4. Issues with DSM 6.1.3 and TerraMaster F2-220

    There are no alternative loaders to the 361x and 916 I recall a forum member reporting similar quirks when XPE/DSM was installed on a a Thecus NAS. I think it turned out that the features were related to hardware/syno software being linked so they didn't work on non-syno kit. Having said that, there are other people using the F2-220 so have a look through their posts for any support. Also, I think there are some people have created fan control and shutdown add-on packages so have a search for them. disk spin down normally works so have a look at any services or features that might be keeping them alive
  5. Same thinking here which is why I suggested audio station. the remote end needs some sort of client/amp and not sure how an audio card solves that (unless cables are being run to various remote amps )
  6. Volume 1 Degraded - Unused Disk

    If you repair the system partitions first, then repair the array with disk one and finally do the file system check you have a good chance of getting everything back. I would take a backup before the fsck (you can do this while the volume is rebuilding) . Playing around with the drives in Windows could have had some effect. You can do smart tests in DSM Storage Manager btw. As you found, if a drive is removed from an array and the system booted up without it, it will degrade the volume. Even if you put the drive back that was part of the volume, it will be seen as a disk thats not part of it - just as in your case.
  7. I'm not sure this will work for you exactly, but have you looked at Audio Station and setting up multiple devices for multi room setup? Might be easier than compiling etc
  8. port forwarding help

    Hi welcome to the forum There are several options to access the NAS over the internet with port forwarding or other ways What make/model router do you have? What do you want to do with access via the internet?
  9. Convert from Hyper-V to VMWare?

    Sorry I thought when you said VMWare you meant ESXi (its a VMWare product) so would now guess you mean VMWare Workstation or Player running on your Windows HTPC - 6.x should work ok if you follow the tutorials.
  10. Convert from Hyper-V to VMWare?

    Not done this myself but I'd imagine you could use some standard tools to convert the hyper-v to ovf and import that into esx. there could be a number of risks/issues with transferring so it might be 'simpler' to setup an esxi host (or bare metal), create a new 5.2 instance and backup/restore between systems, then update to 6.x
  11. CPU and RAID rebuild time

    there are ways to speed up the process,
  12. You can work out the devices from this sort of data/site Of interest could be the 0106 class, 1b4b:9215 looks like there may be 2 marvell controllers, and also an intel celeron sata controller 8086:22a3. My guess is that the 8 drives are on the marvell controllers and its the intel giving the ghost ports. Probably qnap o/s does not include drivers for the intel so they are not in use, but XPE/DSM loads generic sata drivers and they show up. Disabling in bios (if you can find it) is I think the only option. BTW, check your hex settings for the internal drives, although you are seeing 13 in DSM your hex fff is 12 drives, not sure how this is working correctly
  13. I'm investigating a similar issue with an old mobo of mine, see this thread; If you can, have a look at the bios to see if there are any other controllers or hardware that could be interpreted as a drive (firewire etc) and disable. Also, as mentioned in my thread, look at the pci devices and modules loaded, that might give a pointer. The weird thing on my system is that with all onboard sata disabled I still see hdd 1-4 slots as empty. I'm sure this has something to do with pci bus/enumeration but why 'phantom' slots in a random order, not found the answer yet
  14. Questions about xpenology from a noob

    Broadly speaking from my knowledge I would say the answers are; Remote access - SSH or weblogin from outside network? - Yes provided you setup the right services/port forwarding etc Streaming media and uploading to the NAS from external network? - Yes - ditto VPN services in torrent client? - Yes - can should be able to create a vpn client connection and set torrent services to use it Virtualization on the xpenology os? - Yes - depending on hardware Webserver? Yes Plex/Streaming- Yes plus there is a native DLNA server and various apps pfsense - not sure myself - dont think so, it may be an option to setup ESXi on your hardware and install VMs of XPE/DSM and pfsense
  15. Thats an interesting find - well done, lets see what beasts it lets loose From my earlier tests, I suspect that your analysis of the SES services is what Synology use with real systems so it allows the 4 letter allocation as with my DX unit. The next challenge will be finding a solution to retaining the extensive synoinfo.conf changes that these setups need to avoid raid crashes during upgrades.