Jul 13, 2019 · Its interesting that drive shares are not showing ddns name if you are running it via revers proxy and a custom domain. I mostly setup Drive urls for temp downloads or sftp access for remote uploads if anyone needs it.

### I am entering my netgear DDNS ROUTERNAME.mynetgear.com = Synology NAS port 1080, ROUTERNAME.mynetgear.com:1080 ### I am entering my netgear DDNS ROUTERNAME.mynatgear.com:8080 = Page does not work "err emty response" 8080 is the dedicated port for remote access to the router . Have you configured any port forwarding on the router? Actual Fixed the issue where Synology Universal Search and Synology Drive might consume excessive CPU resources when the option "Utilize unused memory as database cache to improve (search) performance" has been enabled. Fixed the issue where domain-related services might not resume working because the update of domain data could not be complete. Buy Synology 4 Bay 2.5" NAS DS419slim (Diskless): Everything Else - Amazon.com FREE DELIVERY possible on eligible purchases Apr 14, 2016 · However I have an old Synology with DSM 4.0, and there already the domain name does not work. Both Synologys are using the Synology DDNS with a xxx.myds.me name. I created a CNAME for both of them, but while the one for the new Synology works fine, the one for the old one does not seem to redirect properly. On the old router, I had it linked to my switch, and that to my Synology NAS. I registered a DDNS name with them (myname.myds.me) and set up port forwarding. Everything worked perfectly on the LAN (home PC) and WAN (phone on 3G). However, since moving to the new router I can't get it to work when using the myname.myds.me internally, when on the Sep 09, 2018 · In the Synology DSM there are several DDNS services available. Unfortunately Cloudflare isn’t among them. But there is a way to get it up and running thanks to joshuaavalon at github. First of all you need a domain name already using cloudflare. If you don’t, there might not be any reason for you to read this tutorial. Steps Jul 23, 2013 · So i'm using my Synology DS213, and I have a DDNS "xxxxx.synology.me" This works great as long as I'm outside my network. What I want to do is get all my laptops, including guest laptops to use my DDNS address "xxxxx.synology.me" to work whether they're inside or outside my network (intra and

### I am entering my netgear DDNS ROUTERNAME.mynetgear.com = Synology NAS port 1080, ROUTERNAME.mynetgear.com:1080 ### I am entering my netgear DDNS ROUTERNAME.mynatgear.com:8080 = Page does not work "err emty response" 8080 is the dedicated port for remote access to the router . Have you configured any port forwarding on the router? Actual

Synology DSM 5.1 now has a built-in DNS-O-Matic DDNS connector. I created a no-ip.com account, for my public ip address (see pic_noip.jpg) I created a DNS-O-Matic account, with only the no-ip service ; i'll add OpenDNS later. (see pic_dnsomatic.png) From DSM 5.1, I'm able to directly use no-ip.com as a DDNS service (see pic_synology_noip_OK.png) Jun 07, 2013 · Hi, I am trying to set up a Synology NAS DS212j to have remote access. I'm using a Netgear DG834PN router, trying to host it via a no-ip.com DDNS. In trying to get it set up manually every time I tried the no-ip.com account it would give me remote access to the router not the NAS unit. Side remark: It does not help to post problems that have nothing to do with DDNS under a tittle of 'DDNS not working". To test if DDNS is working you can type in a terminal "nslookup xxx.synology.me". If that returns your IP adres, DDNS is working, period! ### I am entering my netgear DDNS ROUTERNAME.mynetgear.com = Synology NAS port 1080, ROUTERNAME.mynetgear.com:1080 ### I am entering my netgear DDNS ROUTERNAME.mynatgear.com:8080 = Page does not work "err emty response" 8080 is the dedicated port for remote access to the router . Have you configured any port forwarding on the router? Actual

There is no port forwarding involved with DDNS, it's purely a service to translate your dynamic IP into a static address. Your address to access your synology unit is always going to be mybox.synology.me but the IP behind that could change whenever, this is what the service does. Then, you have various ports open for certain services.

DS Finder did NOT work at all! I suspect it works only on LAN, not on WAN. Just enter your NAS’ local DDNS domain name, its MAC address, and the external port, the one the router will get. So for example , don’t put 9, just put 8009. Do the same for 8007 and 8022. And now it’s time to try.