Jul 03, 2014 · Hi guys. I have a QNAP TurboNAS on my network. It serves as the main file server for my corporate network. Today, I had a problem trying to update a shared folder that contained an address verification module for a program that we use called M.O.M. or Mail Order Manager.
Line 24 - "check_command check_qnap!freeram!20!5" should read "check_command check_qnap!freeram!80!95" Line 90 - "check_command check_qnap!diskused!10!5" should read "check_command check_qnap!diskused!90!95" Jun 05, 2017 · I recently upgraded the firmware on my QNAP NAS from QTS 4.2.x to 4.3.x, and in doing so Plex stopped working. It was difficult to find information online to fix the problem, so I figured I’d write this short post on how to fix the issue. Sep 13, 2012 · - QNAP - TS-869L on hq, running 4x 4TB on RAID10 (for 5-6 years now, expanded to 6x4 TB now) - QNAP- TS869 Pro on branch for backup reasons. Network setup - VM/host has an 2/4x 1GBit/s uplinks - QNAP has 2x 1GBit/s uplink - QNAP is mounted via ISCSI . Results - its running really stable Dec 13, 2019 · It doesnt matter, what IP 192.168.1.1 really is.Depending on your Network settings.I would do the following:If you are running emby on your Synology NAS, then turn off the Portforwarding for:192.168.1.10 with Port 8096 and 8920Also, turn off the Portforwarding to 192.168.1.10 on Port 80The next s The ability to run a terminal directly through the QNAP web interface would be a killer addition. I don't allow SSH / Telnet connections to my QNAP as it is on my DMZ. However, I can log in over HTTPS and having a way to run a native terminal would help me out in a dozen different ways. Command Line Utility for QNAP. Command Line Utility for Netgear. Command Line Utility - Universal build for Linux. Configure your account with Encryption
Dec 06, 2017
This is partly a straight question and partly an attempt to gain more understanding about how QNAP network servers work. My office uses a local network drive installed with (according to /proc/version) a Linux 3.2.26 QNAP build. While trying to sort out a number of mishaps while our sysadmins were away, I learned that QNAP uses Samba/SMB. QNAP SSH & using Command line to control FileBot - FileBot
May 09, 2017
Line 24 - "check_command check_qnap!freeram!20!5" should read "check_command check_qnap!freeram!80!95" Line 90 - "check_command check_qnap!diskused!10!5" should read "check_command check_qnap!diskused!90!95"