I've configured the OpenVPN server in SRM (in vpn plus server), and I've checked the 'allow clients to access local server LAN', and also the SRM internal ip address (192.168.1.1) for 'manual DNS'
Of course using OpenVPN subnetwork (172.22.0.0/24)
I'm able to connect to the VPN (with exported...
I was wondering if there was a way to limit the external access to my NAS in such way that it is only accessible using the DNS and not the IP.
Currently when I try to access the NAS from outside with my public IP https://<my-public-ip>/, it redirects me to...
Just lost contact here and with at least half of the sites I live at (even the down detector sites were down). Finally got into Plex and they said they are investigating a DNS disruption. Seems widespread... Approx 15 minutes ago..
hoping for a little assistance pls and hope I'm in the right forum for it.
OSX host(s) making OpenVPN (Viscosity VPN client: www.sparklabs.com/viscosity) connection to RT2600 configured w. VPN Plus Svr.
Internal DNS Svr sitting on DS NAS DSM v6.2.2 w. internal LAN interface...
Very happy to find this place where I might get some precious help!
I'm running through docker and docker-compose, AdGuard (kind of PiHole) on my Synology NAS.
My NAS is up to date.
As I want to use it as DNS on my router, I need it run on the port 80 (as not all devices can manage a...
If you own your own domain and have access to the DNS records you may want to modify the domain to allow connection to your NAS instead of using a Quick Connect Synology account. I've just done mine and it took all of 5 minutes to do
So if your quick.connect.id was 'id.synology.me', and your...
With DD WRT any host I would assign a name to would be pingable internally by that name; with SRM, it's not. Is it possible to do this? I have a few devices such as a Linux box that I can't ping by it's host name and I have that I'd like to ping by a host name.
Here in Windows Core Networking, we’re interested in keeping your traffic as private as possible, as well as fast and reliable. While there are many ways we can and do approach user privacy on the wire, today we’d like to talk about encrypted DNS. Why? Basically, because supporting encrypted DNS...
In SRM's Network Center under Internet there's a 'Manually Configure DNS Server' option where we can add our Preferred DNS Server and an Alternative DNS Server.
Under Local Network > DHCP Server there's also fields to add Primary DNS and Secondary DNS.
What's the difference between the one...