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If you do not have a technical reason for having two subnets, the fix is easy. Each of your routers is performing NAT, and each has its own subnet, which is not what you want. Instead of using the second router as an actual router, just use it as a switch. Disable its DHCP and routing functionality and then use its switch (all of the non-WAN ports) to ...


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Expanding on heavyd's comment: a ransomware attack is likely to hit your client computer first (via drive-by download or something similar), and from there it can potentially encrypt anything the client computer has access to, including the NAS. Your first line of protection here is access controls: requiring a password to mount the NAS, and setting ...


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If you actually do want to have two subnets for some reason, you're going to need to do something like: Set up a static route to 192.168.1.0/24 via the second router's 192.168.0.x IP on the main router Turn off NAT on the second router OR do a port forward to the NAS' IP on the second router As it is right now, your main router has no idea how to get to ...


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They replaced the command with: synonet --wake [MAC address] eth0 or if you have a bond: synonet --wake [MAC address] bond0


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Replacing the CrashPlan-provided jna.jar with a fresh one downloaded from Maven does the trick. See Martin Kleinman's instructions: Download: https://maven.java.net/content/repositories/releases/net/java/dev/jna/jna/4.2.2/jna-4.2.2.jar go to /var/packages/CrashPlan/target/bin and make a backup from jna.jar ( mv jna.jar jna.backup ) rename the ...


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The Synology will format the disk before it can use them. (This is the case for all NAS boxes I have ever encountered.) However there is a "sort of" way around this. Install the empty drive in the Synology. Hookup the other drive, via the USB port. (External disk enclosure or a USB<->SATA converter cable required.) The Syno will be able to read the HFS+ ...


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Short answer: Yes; It is possible and it is easy. Just take a look at Serva. (I'm related to Serva development)



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