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Synology DiskStation not accessible after Windows upgrade

Recently my Synology DS1813 was no longer accessible after a Windows upgrade and a power failure. For some reason SMB/SAMBA v1 seemed to not be working (even though I believe I had enabled legacy SAMBA support in Windows 10 and 11). The solution for me was to check the following option in the NAS’s web based DS Control Panel: Control Panel -> File Sharing and Privileges -> Win/Mac/NFS -> Enable SMB 2 and Large MTU -> Apply

HOWTO Reset Synology DS1813+ login info

If you forget your Synology login info, or if your credentials simply are not working, here are the steps to reset the login to factory defaults. Note: this should only reset the login info, but regardless I recommend backing up your data first if you are able to. Especially if your data is important, please always make 100% sure before doing anything that could endanger your data! Reset administrator login credentials and network settings I hope this helps! 👍👍 References:

How to access the files on a Network Device (NAS, QNAP, Thecus, etc.) using SMBv1 in Windows 10

After upgrading to Windows 10, are you no longer able to access legacy SAMBA v1 shares? Here are the steps to enable SMB V1 access on a Windows 10 PC: Step 1. Open Control Panel in your PC/Notebook/Laptop/Tablet. Step 2. Click on Programs. Step 3. Click on Turn Windows features on or off link. Step 4. Expand the SMB 1.0/CIFS File Sharing Support option. Step 5. Check the SMB 1.0/CIFS Client option. Step 6. Click the OK button. Step 7. Click the Restart now button. After rebooting, you should now be able to connect to network devices running the

Orange solid status light on Synology NAS? [SOLVED]

Q. What does a solid orange status light on my Snology DS 1813+ mean? -Sean T. A. Great question! Here are the meanings of the status lights Green Static Status LED Volume Normal Orange Static Status LED Available volume space < 1GB Available volume space < 1 % Orange Blinking Status LED Volume degraded or crashed DSM not installed Green/Orange Alternating Status LED No internal disk No Color / Status LED Off  HDD Hibernation In your instance, it would appear that

How to set the time zone & time on Synology NAS DSM

Recently I needed to setup a scheduled shutdown task for my Synology DS 1813+ NAS. After I created the task, I wanted to check the time to make sure it would be triggered at the correct time. Turns out that my timezone had never been set correctly, so here is how I fixed it: Login to NAS via web brower -> Control Panel -> Regional Options -> Time Zome Just FYI here is the awesome NAS in question (though DSM

Sample Synology DiskStation 1813+ System Information

Example of Synology DiskStation system information output, with a five disk array: General Serial number XXXXXON001918 Model name DS1813+ Total physical memory 4096 MB DSM version DSM 4.3-3810 System time 2013-11-16 12:25:55 Operating time 0 hour(s) 39 minute(s) 35 second(s) Thermal status Normal (32 °C / 90 °F) Network Server name DiskStation DNS Default gateway Workgroup WORKGROUP LAN 1 MAC address 00-11-32-1E-69-9F IP address Subnet mask IPv6 address fe80::211:32ff:fe1d:699f/64 Scope:link LAN 2 MAC address 00-11-32-1E-69-A0 IP

Synology DS1813+ Review

My DS1813+ arrived yesterday via FedEx and I will soon be putting it through its paces. This article will be updated periodically. Until the next update, here are some preliminary links: DS1813+ Product Info Synology Network Attached Storage – DS1813+ Productshttp://www.synology.com/products/product.php?product_name=DS1813%2B&lang=usWith its superior performance, scalability, resilience, and comprehensive features, Synology® DS1813+ is the ideal storage solution for your growing SMB. The DS1813+ can help to simplify data… Synology DS1813+ & DS1513+ DiskStations Reviewed – Features, Performance, Conclusion – SmallNetBuilderhttp://www.smallnetbuilder.com/nas/nas-reviews/32157-synology-ds1813-diskstation-reviewed?showall=&start=1DSM 4.2