Using „HyperBackup“ to create Backups is the best and easiest way to save all your data and settings on your Synology. Finding a target to backup is not that easy. You can buy an other Synology Produkt or set up an Linux Server. My Solution is a Raspberry Pi with Raspbian / Raspberry Pi OS and an external USB Drive attached. Installing and mounting the USB drive has to be done before you can use this help to install the RSYNC-Server.
Mount your external device and make sure that it will be always mounted automatically after restarts. In our example we use the path /mnt/USBDevice
First you have to install the rsync service, use following command:
sudo apt-get install rsync
After the successful installation you can change following config file. /etc/default/rsync you can do this by typing
Now you can login to your Synology and Download the HyperBackup in the Package Center and add a new Data Backup task
Choose „rsync“ as option an clock on Next
Now you can choose „rsync-compatible server“ add the IP address, user and password. When you click on the Backup Module you should get the same name you have set in the /etc/rsyncd.conf file. Follow the the next steps like you want to have it.
Typical Error Messages:
„Authentication failed. Please check your authentication credentials“
Make sure that you have the right password and that you have created the same local user.
Failed to establish the SSH connection. Please make sure that your credentials are correct, the SSH service of the destination server is normal, and the 2-step verfication is not enabled before trying again.
May you have the wrong Port. Make sure that you use 873.
If you have an Zyxel Firewall (USG, VPN, ATP, FLEX) and an Synology in your Network you create Autobackups using the Zyxel FTP and the Task Scheduler. This will make it easy for you to have automated Backups of your config files every day.
You have to create an Sharepoint on your Synology where want to save your backups.
Make sure that you have enabled the FTP service on your Firewall
On your Synology go to Control panel / Task Scheduler / and create a User-defined script
Give the Task a name, a schedule and jump to „Task Settings“ there you can copy this text and change following things: – <username> – <password> – <IP-Address> – /volume1/ORDNER
wget -m ftp://<username>:<password>@<IP-Address>/conf -P /volume1/ORDNER
tar -zcvf /volume1/ORDNER/$(date +%Y%m%d).tar.gz /volume1/<IP-Address>/
Apply it with the „OK“ Button, make a right click on your newly created task and click on „RUN“ -> The first Backup should been created
Thanks to following homepages helping me to create this manual: Tchgdns.de
The new WAX 650S from Zyxel is the first access point with a power draw of 31W / 802.3BT POE default. This means that you will not be able to operate with the normal Zyxel Switch line. Only the XS1930-12HP is able to give enough POE Power to let it work in normal mode.
If you connect the AP to a “normal” POE Switch (with PoE 802.at) you will get following error:
Limited Power Mode
Zyxel NXC 2500
Alternativ you can use the power supply (12V DC). It is not included in the package content. Or you use at PoE Injector with the 802.3BT default.
802.11ax (WiFi 6) Dual-Radio Unified Pro Access Point
2.4GHz: 1150Mbps 5GHz: 2400Mbps
2.4 GHz (IEEE 802.11 b/g/n)USA (FCC): 2.412 to 2.462 GHzEurope (ETSI): 2.412 to 2.472 GHz5 GHz (IEEE 802.11 a/n/ac)USA (FCC): 5.15 to 5.35 GHz; 5.725 to 5.850 GHzEuropean (ETSI): 5.15 to 5.35 GHz; 5.470 to 5.725 GHz
20-, 40- ,80- and 160-MHz
Conducted typical transmit output power
US (2.4GHz/5GHz): 28/28dBm EU (2.4GHz/5GHz): 19/26dBm
4×4 Smart Antenna
2.4GHz: Peak Gain 3dBi 5GHz: Peak Gain 5.8dBi
Minimum Receive sensitivity
Mesh AP (By License)
Mesh AP for multiple SSID with VLAN
Pre-authentication, PMK caching and 802.11k/v/r
DCS (Auto Channel)
L2-isolationMAC filteringRogue AP detectionEAPIEEE 802.1XRADIUS authentication
Nebula Cloud managedController-managedStandalone
Discovery of Zyxel switches, APs and gatewaysCentralized and batch configurations IP configuration IP renew Device factory resetDevice reboot Device locating Web GUI accessFirmware upgrade Password configuration One-click quick association with Zyxel AP Configurator (ZAC)
Zyxel AP Configurator
Batch AP configuration Batch AP firmware upgrade Batch AP profile backup
Zyxel Wireless Optimizer
WiFi AP planningWiFi coverage detectionWireless health management
Web UI/ CLI
Physical Specifications and others
Dimensions (WxDxH)(mm/in.) 230 x 235 x 53.5/9.06 x 9.25 x 2.11 Weight (g/lb.) 1160/2.56
Dimensions (WxDxH)(mm/in.) 282 x 266 x 79/11.1 x 10.47 x 3.11 Weight (g/lb.) 1490/3.38
Mount plateMounting screws
1 x 1/2.5/5Gbps Ethernet (PoE port)1 x 1Gbps Ethernet
802.3BT POE (Maximum power draw: 31W)12V DC input
Temperature 0°C to 50°C/32°F to 122°F Humidity 10% to 95% (non-condensing)
Temperature -30°C to 70°C/-22°F to 158°F Humidity 10% to 90% (non-condensing)
FCC Part 15CFCC Part 15EETSI EN 300 328EN 301 893LP0002
FCC Part 15BEN 301 489-1EN 301 489-17EN55022EN55024EN61000-3-2/-3EN60601-1-2BSMI CNS13438
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