@george1421 So to update, I actually tore down and reinstalled Ubuntu 14 server and reinstalled fog 1.3.3
From there, I verified my Synology files
from there I used ssh and putty to remote in to my synology and ran the touch /images/.mntcheck and touch /images/dev/.mntcheck
still in the Synology terminal, I ran sudo chmod 777 -R /volume1/images
Next, I logged in to my fresh clean fog server, setup the dnsmasq since we have our own DHCP,
Here is my /etc/exports:
and here is my /etc/fstab
So after doing pretty much nothing on the fog server, just setting up dnsmasq, I went to a windows machine I have on the network and logged into the fog/management website, created a new storage node:
I then took the username and password from fog settings -> tftp settings and I used this username and password for the new storage group and the user I created on the synology drive.
I have registered and captured an image successfully and the image is being stored on our synology NAS (set to RAID 0 - ext4). I have not tested snapins yet but that is another day.
I am going to call it solved. Thank you so much for your help, I was really turned around there on the storage node settings.