Synology Cloud Station Network

Network Implementation

Synology Cloud Station the physical network connection from the data network to the server is active and the server must be properly connected. All data can be easily connected to the disk server in the event that the switch is triggered. This section covers various variations for various Synology NAS and models. Network Implementation for Synology storage It is recommended to use multiple paths to connect hosts to the data network, as well as more than one of your network data switches to provide a redundant failover path if the main line fails. 

Apart from the connection between the data network and each clustered server can access to one from one port, giving the burden of the ability to balance various connections. Full manager Height provides options to detect servers that actively detect networks. When active, if there is a connection that occurs on the button that is connected to the active server or not, you need to switch to the passive server (with a healthy network server password).

Connecting hosts to more than one front-end port of a storage system is called "multipathing." By implementing Multipath I (MPIO) or Multiple Connection per Session (MC / S) on an iSCSI connection, you can provide high-quality and reliable storage services equipped with failover and load balancing capabilities, which is also one of the best practices for the environment IT. 

The following diagram illustrates a full HA configuration that provides contingencies for path failure, switch failure, and server storage failure. Implementation for NAS storage link aggregation feature on Synology NAS can be utilized to create a resilient HA network for transferring service files such as CIFS, NFS, AFP and FTP. Link aggregation is a method of using multiple Ethernet ports in parallel to provide tolerance for trunking and network errors. 

Implementation for iSCSI Storage

Link aggregation with trunking increases connection speeds beyond limits that can be achieved with a single cable or port. Redundancy provides a higher link to availability and prevents possible interference. The following diagram shows how link aggregation provides contingencies for road failover and failover triggered when the server fails. 

New methods of utilizing computer networks to store data have emerged in recent years. One popular approach, Network Attached Storage (NAS), allows homes and businesses to store and retrieve large amounts of data that are more affordable than before. Storage attached network (NAS) is a file-level computer data storage that is connected to a computer network that provides data access to heterogeneous clients. Network Attached Storage is designed to separate storage resources from network servers and applications to simplify storage management and improve network reliability, performance and efficiency, thereby increasing overall organizational productivity. 

Network Attached Storage servers are smart devices that are installed directly into your existing LAN. The intelligence on this NAS device enables sharing of true data among heterogeneous network clients. The NAS unit is a computer connected to a network that only provides file-based data storage services to other devices on the network. So NAS is useful for more than just general centralized storage that is provided for client computers in environments with large amounts of data.