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  1. M

    LE cert error via webdav, https is fine

    Hi i do have strange behaviour with my DS218j running DSM7, maybe someone has a clue whats going on. The nas is reachable by ddns and a LE cert. Connecting through https works fine, but webdav keeps telling the cert is not valid.It worked fine for a long time, but since LE changed their cert...
  2. aGraphicz

    HTTPS and DDNS not working

    Hi I have set DDNS and a Let's Encrypt Certificate on my Syno (the certificate is the one automatically installed after setting up DDNS) When trying to access the DDNS using xx.synology.me:50XX nothing happen. I tried adding https:// before but it did not help. Under Network -> DSM Settings...
  3. M

    ASUS AC88U and DS920+ https upload speed

    Hello Everyone, I need a piece of advice. I am not sure what is wrong but maybe you can help me. I used to have(still do but upgraded her) 4th Gen TimeCapsule as my router at home. With 920+ I thought it was time to upgrade the router so I went with Asus AC88U because it is faster and offers...
  4. tekguru

    HTTPS interface and Microsoft Edge

    Is it just me, or....... but when I try to access the HTTPS UI logon page in Microsoft Edge the browser does not allow it to be viewed at all. I know other browsers say it is insecure but give you an option to proceed, it seems Edge (on Mac at least) doesn't. If there is a work around I can't...
  5. O

    Solved TVHeadend Docker Web UI using https and reverse proxy

    Hi I'm going through all my running containers and putting them behind synology's reverse proxy and SSL but I've not managed to do it for TVHeadedend. The Web UI (port 9981) runs fine using the local IP 192.168.2.20:9981 but when I put this behind a reverse proxy it fails to load. Anyone else...
  6. Rusty

    Tutorial http to https redirect

    This will be a quick tutorial on http to https redirect for all of you using Synology reverse proxy (usually in a combination with Docker containers) or in general any means to host any content on your NAS. Why is http to https needed? Well for one it will force any attempts to access your...
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