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Synology DiskStation DS220+ Tower 2 Bay NAS, Celeron J4025/2GB/2xGbE

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Brand Synology
Computer memory size 2 GB
CPU speed 2 GHz
Form Factor Tower
Hardware interface USB 3.0

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  • 2-core 2.0 GHz Processor, burst up to 2.9 GHz and boosts photo indexing, database response times, and web PHP response efficiency - average 15% boost to computing-intensive applications
  • Access multimedia content anytime, anywhere through an intuitive web-based interface
  • Seamless integration with your mobile devices - access your data quickly and securely wherever you are
  • Btrfs file system for cutting-edge storage technologies and optimised snapshots to prevent data corruption and reduce maintenance overhead
  • Access and sync your files seamlessly, easily retrieve previous versions of your shared files and protect your files as scheduled or in real-time
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Synology DS220+ is a compact network-attached storage solution designed to streamline your data and multimedia management. It features smooth data sharing, video streaming, and photo indexing, as well as well-rounded data protection and recovery options.


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Feathers
5.0 out of 5 stars The DS200+ and Fire TV Cube is an amazing combination
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 24 September 2020
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Simsel
3.0 out of 5 stars Lüfter tackert / Migration von DS213air
Reviewed in Germany on 30 August 2020
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3.0 out of 5 stars Lüfter tackert / Migration von DS213air
Reviewed in Germany on 30 August 2020
Bevor ich im Folgenden auf die DS220+ sowie die Migration der Daten von meiner DS213air eingehe (entspricht der J-Serie jedoch mit WLAN), kurz zwei Dinge vor die Klammer gezogen:
- Deutscher Schuko-Stecker dabei: Bei meiner Bestellung war ein "deutscher" Schuko-Stecker dabei (erstes Gerät am 15.8.20 direkt bei Amazon bestellt)
- Lüfter tackert: Der Lüfter von meiner DS220+ "tackert" im Ruhemodus (vgl. auch Video anbei). Da die DS220+ im Wohnzimmer stehen soll, hatte ich die DS220+ gegen einen Ersatz von Amazon ausgetauscht. Leider mit diesem Ersatzgerät das gleiche Ergebnis.
Zwischenzeitlich hatte ich mir beim örtlichen Elektronikfachmarkt noch eine DS218+ zum Vergleich geholt. Erstaunlicherweise war diese von der Grundgeräuschkulisse auch im Ruhemodus deutlich unangenehmer mit einem extrem "rauen" Betriebsgeräusch des Lüfters. Ich habe jetzt deshalb jetzt die zweite DS220+ erstmal behalten und eine Support-Ticket direkt bei Synology aufgemacht (deshalb bisher auch nur 3 Sterne).
Wenn man ein bisschen googelt, scheint das Problem mit dem "tackernden" Lüfter auch bei anderen Modellen der 20er-Serie aufzutauchen

MIgration von der DS213air:
- Geplant war, die 2 x 2TB-Platten aus der "alten" Diskstation einfach in die neue einzuschieben. Im Vorfeld hatte ich mich dazu auf der Synology-Seite informiert und gelernt, dass diese Migration zwischen der DS213air und der DS220+ nicht möglich sei. In der Folge hatte ich alles penibel per HyperBackup und zusätzlicher Einzeldatei-Kopie gesichert.
- Zu meiner positiven Überraschung hat dann aber nach Einbau der Festplatten in die DS220+ [schauen, dass man die Festplatten mit der gleichen Nummerierung wieder reinschiebt (I und II)] das System erkannt, dass es sich um Festplatten der DS213air handelt und mir sogar die Migration angeboten. Ich hatte dann aber vorsichtshalber auf Neuinstallation geklickt, um das System sauber aufzusetzen. Die Daten auf der Platte wurden aber alle erhalten. Tolle Sache! Die Benutzer und Einstellungen z.B. zu den Betriebsmodi hatte ich wieder schnell gesetzt.

Zur DS220+:
- Zur Installation: Die Installation der DS220+ ist sehr einfach. Auspacken, die beiden 3,5-Zoll Platten einfach in die beiden Halter einclipsen, in die Maschine schieben, Abdeckung vorne drauf, Strom- und Netzwerkkabel dran und einschalten. Dann im Browser die Maschine suchen und mit dem Web-Dialog einrichten.
- Zur Geräuschkulisse: Wie gesagt, die DS220+ steht bei mir beim Router im Wohnzimmer. Deshalb habe ich relativ hohe Anforderungen an ein leises System. Wäre das Tackern vom Lüfter nicht, wäre das Betriebsgeräusch der DS220+ im Ruhemodus für mich völlig in Ordnung. Interessanterweise war die DS218+ von der Geräuschkulisse deutlich unangenehmer.
- Zur Leistung: Grund für mich zu wechseln war die mangelnde Leistung der DS213air. Zwar läuft auch auf dieser DSM 6.2, allerdings dauert die Indizierung von Bildern und Videos (bei mir rund 1 TB) sehr lange. Die Performance der App "PhotoStation" war bescheiden.
Hier bin ich von der DS220+ bisher begeistert. Ich lasse aber auch keine virtuellen Maschinen laufen oder nutze Plex.

Fazit: Für mich war das Upgrade richtig. Der Umstieg war komfortabel und die gewohnte DSM-Umgebung mit den Apps finde ich gut. Wenn noch das Problem mit dem Lüfter gelöst wird, wäre die DS220+ für meine Anforderungen 5 Sterne.
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2.0 out of 5 stars power supply failed in three months, Amazon and Synology pass the buck between themselves
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 23 December 2020
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2.0 out of 5 stars power supply failed in three months, Amazon and Synology pass the buck between themselves
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 23 December 2020
I bought a Synology 220+ in Aug 2020 through Amazon UK. On Dec 22 the 12v 5a power supply failed. I tried a different cable and tried another power supply on the NAS - which worked fine - proving absolutely that the supplied power supply was broken. I went on my Amazon order page and picked "get product support" and selected the chat option. Over the next nearly thirty minutes I dealt with robots, automatic answers etc and finally got through to someone called Mohammed. After repeating over and over that I simply wanted the external power supply replaced as it was faulty he put me on hold then came back and told me they couldn't deal with it, I had to go directly to the manufacturer, and he gave me their phone number. This would have taken me 10 seconds on google, instead Amazon chat wasted 30 mins of my life.

So I then went to the Synology web site and clicked chat under product support. I explained my simple request again to someone called Craig (at least Synology had people answering their chat line, unlike Amazon) who told me that all part replacement and warranty issues had to be dealt with by Amazon! He said all I could do was go back to Amazon and try again!

So I went back to Amazon product support and this time requested a call back, which came in a few minutes. I AGAIN explained the simple issue to someone called Fe, who put me on hold and then came back to tell me that she couldn't do part replacements - she had "no option" for that.

I was told I could return the whole unit for an eventual replacement, which would mean offloading 3tb of data, packing it up, somehow getting it shipped to them in the middle of a pandemic and being without the storage for weeks, possibly months.

The only other option was to take a small refund and use it to try and buy my own replacement power supply somewhere else. So here I am, after an hour and half of typing and phone calls, now starting to look to source my own power supply. Totally ridiculous.

I chose Synology over QNAPS because they had a good reputation for support. And the shame of it is unit is good, I'm very pleased with it (when it has power to actually run!). But there is no doubt that Amazon and Synology need to get their systems and stories straight and stop passing the buck back and forth while wasting their customers time. And the inability to supply even a simple replacement part like this through Amazon will make me think twice about buying tech through them again.
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Bertemes Grégoire
3.0 out of 5 stars Stecker nicht EU konform.
Reviewed in Germany on 13 August 2020
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3.0 out of 5 stars Stecker nicht EU konform.
Reviewed in Germany on 13 August 2020
Wie ist es möglich dass in der EU Apparate, mit nicht konformen Stecker geliefert werden????
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buxnor
3.0 out of 5 stars Schönes kleines NAS - aber nichts für mich
Reviewed in Germany on 26 August 2020
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