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Home Network Surveillance Cameras

I have a great Synology DS415+ NAS box that I’m extremely happy with. Just plug in your drives and a few mins you’ve got a very capable NAS device without much work. 963 more words

Synology today unveiled two new multi-bay network-attached storage (NAS) solutions: the $649 DiskStation DS1515 and the $599 RackStation RS815. Both models take advantage of Synology’s… 181 more words

IOS Devices

Loading iTunes library from command line

Having separated iTunes libraries for different setups (e.g., media center, local music, remote playlists) is a powerful way to organize your media library and share resources among different devices (e.g., iPhone synchronization), but it can be painful. 1,045 more words


Synology DS1515+ Review – Part 1: Initial setup and basics

This week I received the Synology DS1515+ NAS I ordered and will go about setting it up as a home file server. In a subsequent post, I’ll write about clustering with DS1812+. 2,621 more words

Computers And Internet

install Pyload on NAS Synology - DSM 5.1

Two months ago I bought a new Network Attached Storage.
For my purposes, I choose a NAS Synology DS213J with two hd Western Digital RED of 3TB for each, to have 3TB of free space with a best RAID1 “bit-to-bit” backup. 704 more words


Prepare Your NAS File Transfer Performance Test with Mac OSX Client

There are already many NAS performance test available. Because I need real-world file transfer rate for my Mac mini (Late 2012), I decide to create my own sample data and procedure to meet my needs. 919 more words


md5deep and hashdeep on Synology DS212+

My personal photos are located at my desktop computer, and I have backups of them on my Synology DS212+ and my old faithful Linksys NSLU2 with an external disk. 418 more words