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Bought a second hand TS-109 Pro, downloaded QFinder Pro and the latest firmware 3.3.3. All installed correctly but cannot see it on the network or map a drive in windows 10
When I click Details in QFinder Pro, it comes up with a log in screen where I put default username and password, the it does a little search for a few seconds and closes down???
When I click on Network Drives, there is nothing to select in the Select IP Address dropdown box???
I know it's an old system but I wanted to try it out to share music and videos on my network.
Thanks in advance
I'm interested in the QNAP TS-453D. NASCompares has shown it can work with 2x 16GB (32GB) capacity, HOWEVER, no conclusive memory tests were performed! Everyone, including NASCompares, just assumes if QTS can launch everything is working. Ridiculous.
Has anyone installed more than 8GB then run MEMTEST to confirm the CPU can actually read/write beyond the Intel-stated 8GB limit?
Having QTS simply boot or just running a VM within QTS while not using it are terrible tests considering how efficiently OS's and CPU's can handle resources these days.
A valid test would be to fill the memory beyond the advertised 8GB capacity and see what happens.
## QNAP x53 series CPU - Intel J4125 Spec Sheet: https://tinyurl.com/y3m3ojfz
## QNAP MemTest: https://wiki.qnap.com/wiki/Memory_Test
## NASCompares x53D 32GB: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cv_8b916FU4
I currently have a Synology 918+ with 4 8TB drives in them. I am running an SHR-2 so my total capacity is about 14 TB. I have a pretty big media server these days and it's constantly getting updated with new content. I also use the NAS for surveillance station which has about 4 cameras feeding into it and keeping storage for ~7 days.
My problem is that I am running out of storage space quickly. As of today I have about 750GB left. I do not want the risk of losing a lot of my data (movies, videos, files) because it would be very hard to get back so, I like the SHR-2 approve since it's a 2 disk failover. I run about 5 docker containers on it as well. I have researched upgrading the NAS but noticed that not as many of the 6 bay NAS units support transcoding like the 918+. I share my media server with a bunch of friends / family so I try to support multiple devices to avoid transcoding and allow direct play. Most content I'm converting using ffmpeg.