[HOW-TO] Roll your own Synology DiskStation for NAS - UPDATE 5/28/2013 DSM 4.2-3211 - Page 13 - AVS Forum
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Does anyone have a release of the files? All the links are dead, and I'd really like to use the Synology DSM for my DLNA server. I had one of the iomega 2 disk nas drives and liked it, but I'm sure all the other AV geeks here can agree, 2Tb of storage isn't even getting started with a good movie server.

I've built a NAS box using an i5 processor, 16Gb or RAM, and a 12Tb RAID 5. I'd love to have the gui from the Synology.

If you can post links to working downloads, it would be GREATLY appreciated.
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Does anyone have a release of the files? All the links are dead, and I'd really like to use the Synology DSM for my DLNA server. I had one of the iomega 2 disk nas drives and liked it, but I'm sure all the other AV geeks here can agree, 2Tb of storage isn't even getting started with a good movie server.

I've built a NAS box using an i5 processor, 16Gb or RAM, and a 12Tb RAID 5. I'd love to have the gui from the Synology.

If you can post links to working downloads, it would be GREATLY appreciated.
Go to the Xpenology site, much better resource.

http://xpenology.com/forum/viewforum...2ae880d231ee4f
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Go to the Xpenology site, much better resource.

http://xpenology.com/forum/viewforum...2ae880d231ee4f
I added a DSM 5.0-4493 Update 2 virtual machine to my ESXi 5.5 cluster following the guides on Xpenology. I really like the Synology interface and have two DS1813+ NAS. I spun up the VM because I wanted to let the DS1813+ disk hibernate, which is disabled with Surveillance Station. My ESXi cluster is built on Intel NUC i5, so its a huge power savings.
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