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  2. GarethC

    Microserver Gen10 Build

    I switched over to the 30mmx30mmx10mm fan tonight, its definitely a bit more of a squeeze and definitely doesn’t fit as well as the 7mm but I am seeing around a 2c reduction in temps.
  3. GarethC

    Gen10+ Anyone got one yet?

    https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Intel-Xeon-E-2246G-processor-3-6-GHz-12-MB-Intel/154128228231?hash=item23e2c21f87:g:6IsAAOSwBqpffwxe Few and far between, I ended up getting one off eBay. That's the first I've seen for sale in ages, the last one was nearly 3 times the price.
  4. Last week
  5. GarethC

    Gen10 Service Pack 2020.09.0

    Cheers, just installed. Edit, still getting in-undated with SATA drive errors.
  6. Jason

    Gen10+ Anyone got one yet?

    Where can one find a Xeon E-2246G CPU at this point? Considered throwing one in my Gen10 Plus.
  7. Jason

    Gen10 Service Pack 2020.09.0

    I could be premature, but it does appear that the latest iLO 5 Firmware 2.31 update for 13th Oct 2020 might have resolved the false SMART alert issue.
  8. Hi! I've been googling for the most day without an answer and ended up here, so let me ask, is it possible to split the 8x bus in two 4x, or is the bifurcation option only available in the other models than gen 10? If not, where the heck would I find it when there is no iLO? I looked everywhere in UEFI shell etc but haven't found anything. Thanks for a great forum!
  9. Hello, I am using https://www.digi.com/products/networking/infrastructure-management/console-servers/digi-connect-it-16-48 (Digi Connect IT 16), and connecting by LAN to a Windows PC. I need to add 2 connectors. Can I connect a serial device to a serial port in PC and see it as a COM port in the local PC? Can Serial to Ethernet (https://www.serial-server.net/serial-device-server/serial-to-ethernet/) do this? How to configure it? Thank you, Ben.
  10. I use MicroServer Gen8 and I cannot find a way to pass the HBA controller to VM. It does work under ESXi but not on Linux.
  11. Glad I could help, good luck!
  12. TheGuru

    What SmartHome system are you using?

    That panel looks nice 😀. I already have a security system in place so it might not be for me but it looks really great.
  13. @itGeeksThat was kinda what I had in mind. My cams are 100% Chinese (HIKvision) so I think I’d go with your suggestions, simply isolating the cameras. Thanks for that. That should do it. The Synology DS620Slim that I have, do have dual Ethernet ports I’m using a Ubiquiti gateway (the Ubiquiti UniFi USG Security Gateway ) and it has a ton of features too. I probably would have taken a look at the Synology router if I were to look for a new router solution, but the Ubiquti stuff, paired with a handful of Ubiquiti access points works very well for me. All of the cameras are Ethernet-based, PoE, so it should be fairly easy to set up.
  14. itGeeks

    What SmartHome system are you using?

    In that case I have heard lots of great things about SmartThings and it supports both Zigbee & Z-Wave, as Schoon has said, it has a great community. If I where to start over I would give it a try. Right now I am using my security system built in Z-Wave hub and loving it, it's made by IQ PANEL 2 – QOLSYS https://qolsys.com/iq-panel-2/
  15. I never had any problems with security. I do lock things down and use two-factor authentication. What concerns do you have? On a side note if your unit has 2 or more NICs you could setup 1 for camera on a separate VLAN, also disable the camera's for connecting to the internet directly, only allow the Synology NVR to access internet, all cameras run threw it and you only access the camera threw Synology... this will prevent the Chinese cameras from dialing home and or installing Spyware. What brand of camera are you using? As standard practice I only allow my clients on my network to access my DNS and block all other DNS, this prevents any clients from bypassing my security and filters. I use a Synology router for this, if you haven't looked at them you should, there awsome. Lots of security features built in all for free
  16. TheGuru

    What SmartHome system are you using?

    @itGeeks, I don't care so much about if it's Z-Wawe or Zigbee. I have 3 temp/humid sensors and 2 opening sensors from Aqara, that's about it. So, technology-wise its not important. Consider it as if I would start from scratch. @schoondoggy I know about the Home:on show and I did listen to a few episodes, but they're not really targeted this scenario. The show is good and very informative. I love the guys over at the thedigitalmediazone.com I've been following their shows in parallel with the Home Server Show (RIP).
  17. What about from a security standpoint? Any considerations?
  18. TheGuru

    synology 720+ nvme cache

    Hey Callihan, Although I don't own a Synology that can utilize NVRAM caching, one thing is for certain and that is, that when dealing with smaller files and a lot of r/w's, caching will improve speed ALOT. If you're acessing smaller files on the NAS, it's not the network speed that is the bottleneck but your harddrive's seek-time. You can easily get a factor 10 in speed improvement on a daily basis. However, if you copy a 4Gb video file, you won't get much improvement from the cache. If I had the oppertunity to add caching to my DS620Slim, I would not hesitate to add the extra cache. Br, Bjorn
  19. callihan44

    synology 720+ nvme cache

    wondering if the cache option is worth taking advantage of considering the network speed limits of this nas?
  20. schoondoggy

    Memory for Microserver Gen8

    It appears the HMT351U7BFR8C is 10600, not 12800.
  21. schoondoggy

    What SmartHome system are you using?

    I have used SmartThings since its launch. The best thing about ST is the community. If I was moving off ST I think I would be looking at Hubitat: https://hubitat.com/ The podcast Home:On is a good source of information. The host, Richard Gunther often discusses Homekit interaction with other platforms.
  22. itGeeks

    What SmartHome system are you using?

    That would most likely depend on what protocols your devices are using, Z-Wave, Zigbee, other???
  23. I had a Synology 1812p and was running 6 1080p cameras with a bunch of other packages running and it never missed a beat. Took a quick look at the spec for your unit and Synology claims it will support up to 25 cameras @720p so I am sure you will be just fine.
  24. Al_Borges

    For Sale: Samsung Smarthings Hub

    samsung smartthings hub sth-eth-250 $30 plus shipping from Indiana
  25. gui11o

    Memory for Microserver Gen8

    Hi!, Anyone has tried with hynix HMT351U7BFR8C seems that will be an option PC3-12800E Unbuffered ? Manufacturer info: https://www.skhynix.com/eolproducts.view.do?pronm=DDR3+SDRAM&srnm=HMT351U7BFR8C&rk=20&rc=module
  26. Al_Borges

    Raspberry Pi 4 Model B intoduced

    Open Media vault https://www.openmediavault.org/ has a install image for the raspberry pi, including the model 4 good potential for a low cost, low powered homebrew Nas I looked open media vault a few years ago and was reasonably impressed. not a lot of expandability but solid as a file server does anyone have any experience or thoughts on the combination of OMV and the raspberry pi?
  27. Hi, I’m running a Synology NAS (the cute little DS620Slim) and want to add at least 3 cameras to it. Question: should I buy a 2nd NAS for the cameras only or is it just fine having everything in one box? Thoughts? Bjorn
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