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  1. johntdavis

    RT2600ac Set MTU? Set MTU separately for ethernet ports and wifi? VLAN Support?

    Two questions: Is it possible to set the MTU to 9000 (Jumbo Frames) on the RT2600ac? Put aside for the moment whether it's a good idea. I have devices on my internal network that could theoretically benefit from doing it, so I'm curious. Neither Automatic nor Manual mode in Network Center -->...
  2. L

    Will DSM7 allow specific apps or ports to route through a specific Network Interface / VPN?

    Will DSM finally add this much needed, much requested feature? No clue why Synology has ignored the user base and not added this in DSM6
  3. NAS Newbie

    If I change DSM default ports, does that disable the default port access for mobile apps?

    So I'm still poking around my network trying to understand all the ports and how they're interacting. Eventually I'll get some reverse proxies set up, but I want to make sure I clearly understand what is going on at the base level before moving on. I had DSM set on the default 5000/5001 ports...
  4. NAS Newbie

    How do you choose your DSM network ports?

    I keep reading to change it from the default 5000/5001 to make it more difficult for bad guys to find my stuff. I know where to change the port; my question is how do you go about selecting a different number? I don't want to accidentally pick a port number that is even more common than 5000/5001.
  5. WST16

    Info Outbound ports tester

    This kind gentleman is running a simple website that allows you to test if outbound ports are open by listening to them. Very useful when you need to know if your ISP is blocking an outbound port you’re trying to use (like SMTP, port 25 for mail server outbound traffic for example). Note the...
  6. D

    Question Change default 443/80 ports - easy or not so much

    As noted here I am trying to use a service provided by Ubiquity for managing their devices called UNMS. I've set it up on my NAS, but have been blocked from connecting to the router from UNMS, and Ubiquity support seemed to think that using non-standard ports (required to avoid conflicting...
  7. NSquirrel

    Ports 5000 and 5001 and DS-Apps

    On my iPhone and iPad I have several DS apps: photo, file, audio, video, finder. My router is a BT Smart Hub, although I think this is not important, as such. I can access the router via xxxx.synology.me - i.e. externally rather than internally via Wifi for this post. Additionally, again...
  8. WST16

    Info Common ports

    According to a networking utility I’m using, all of the below are considered common ports. Avoid using them unless you must (e.g. 25, 80, 443). 1, 7, 20, 21, 22, 23, 25, 42, 43, 53, 69, 79, 80, 88, 106, 110, 111, 113, 115, 119, 123, 135, 137, 138, 139, 143, 161, 177, 194, 311, 379, 389, 427...
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