DNS Server

Domain Name System (DNS) helps users find Internet applications, computers, or other network devices by translating domain names into IP addresses. With DNS Server, your Synology product can host multiple zones as well as provide name and IP address resolution services.
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I am having difficulties accessing my reverse proxies remotely with HTTPS after setting them up and assigning certificates to them. any help...
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I hope this is in the right forum! Has anyone successfully used DDNS and has gotten it to work, "been able to get into DSM from outside." I've...
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One of the features of Apple's iCloud subscription is the (beta) Private Relay. This is in effect a VPN service for Safari web browser and Mail...
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I've called my nas something - lets say blah.... from pcs, from linux, and from older apple devices - http://blah works - browsing to \\blah...
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Good afternoon. Sorry if the thread already exist. I couldn't find something similar. My ultimate goal is to use my "exempledomain.com" on my...
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Hi! Possible very basic question and I know how to do this on my Linux firewall and on Windows 10, too, however, not within DSM. I've two DNS...
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I read somewhere about NAT Loopback and if used with your own domain name and it will connect through the local network instead of connecting to...
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Hello, I want make own authoritative server od my DS218+, but I have lack of knowledge. Do I need to forward ports 53 in the router to the NAS...
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Hi, I'm running the latest DNS Server (2.2.1-5023) on my DS916+ (DSM 6.2.2-24922), additionally Synology Directory Server (4.4.5-0093). I'm...
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I’ve been messing around a lot recently with my ds218+ as I’ve been off work after a back op. Learnt quite a few things but I’m still struggling...
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