File Sharing Group
DSM 2.0 had a group of settings called Network Services. It contained setup options of almost all the integrated services of the NAS. It is now split into three groups: File Sharing, Network Services and Applications. The File Sharing group covers the services pertaining to remote access to files stored on the DS209+. The Win/Mac OS page allows setting the DS209+ up for Windows’ Network Environment or an Apple Talk network.
The integrated FTP-server is configured on the FTP. There are now a couple of new options such as Unicode support or an individual log for FTP connections. Note also the support for encrypted FTP connections, which is a rare thing for NASes.
The NFS page is for setting up the appropriate service.
The File Station service is activated and configured on the namesake page.
Network Services Group
Next goes the Network Services group where you can set up the NAS’s network services. The Web Service page is for specifying the parameters of the integrated Apache server.
The DDNS page allows to enter your DDNS account parameters to identify the DS209+ by a domain name irrespective of its IP address. This is useful if the DS209+ is used for storing a website or blog.
The last page in the Network Services group is called Terminal. You can enable/disable Telnet and SSH here.