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Setting up Synology NAS with BitTorrent Sync
Here on the blog we have a little over BitTorrent sync reported. A P2P synchronization service for your data without using any cloud storage. Here your encrypted data via P2P are synchronized to your device, supports Mac, Linux, Windows, Android and iOS.
Synology Interesting for many Synology NAS owners among us: there is a package for BitTorrent Sync on a Synology NAS. This ensures that folders can be kept in sync with your devices on your Synology NAS. Since a NAS is switched most certainly yes, but not the computer, the use of the BitTorrent parts on the Synology site worthwhile.
Why? It’s simple: put the case, I want to synchronize a large file, but only the one computer on who provides this, this file would just not via P2P synchronized whenever the computer in the meantime is off and the file is not yet in network is available. BitTorrent sync but also works with LAN sync so that files in the home network quickly land on the NAS and there are fast for everyone, safe and easily accessible. The device takes a few minutes and already you have a personal dropbox home.
BitTorrent on the NAS to install:
Log into the admin interface of your NAS from the center point package, type it in the address tab in the package sources http://packages.synocommunity.com. First you should by the way a new shared folder in the administration of your NAS set up through which you stop everything synchronized.
syno inst The package in the community center is now to find a lot of new, even BitTorrent sync.
Screenshot at 2013-08-31 09:15:15 Just install it, after you will for a username and password for the web interface asked here of course your creativity. Following you will be forwarded directly to the BitTorrent interface. Here you will be asked after the synchronization folder, which you have indeed created previously. It is, depending on the mode (RAID or stripe) volume in 1 subfolder (with Raid):
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After that, the synchronization already almost goes wrong. Anyone already using BitTorrent Sync, which has its secret key, yes, everyone else can now set this. This key must be entered on all clients to authenticate, iOS and Android can easily scan a QR code with the app.
Screenshot at 2013-08-31 11:41:54 From now on all files and folders you can just throw in your sync folder, then sync them to land on your NAS, and are there for other devices again ready for collection.
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