Without port forwarding, I couldn't connect to anything remotely, so I reluctantly enabled QuickConnect.. It works... to a point. I'm able to administer the Diskstation and use the built in Synology apps without a problem. However, 3rd party packages, like Sonaar...
I am new to the NAS world, but have what I believe to be a simple question... i have purchased a 220+ and havesetup quickconnect so it can be accessed remotely by my daughter.
She is able to connect remotely and acces her files, but she wants to save existing local files from her macbook...
Just wondering if drive works without quickconnect? So I on my phone I would just use DS File instead of the Drive app, but could I still have a drive folder that will allow file syncing?
Or can I sync with any folder type or location?
The other side of it, I wondering does Quickconnect work...
Hi, For users to access thier content remotely, do they all have to have an individual synology account?
And then do they all have a unique Quickconnect ID?
Or does everybody including admin, use the same Quickconnect ID?
And is this the best way for evryone to access thier files remotely?
I have just factory reset my DS218J to correct a finger error. On completion I'm repeating the QuickConnect setup but can't complete it because I get 'Authorisation required' as I'm using my default email address.
Please advise how to perform authorisation in this situation. I really don't need...
This need testing but is working for me.
- Config your quickconnect.
- Go to Task scheduler.
- Created a user defined script.
- Config your time,.....
- To stop quickconnect, use
synoservice --stop synorelayd
- To start quickconnect, use
synoservice --start synorelayd
- Hit OK
So I have recently purchased my first ever NAS - a DS218+. I use this to record off two surveillance cameras amongst other things.
Now I had initially connected my NAS to NordVPN with whom I have a subscription with anyway. I was accessing my DS Cam app using quick connect (this is...
I've tried everything I can think of to secure my NAS:
Disable admin account
Set up 2FA for account and use complex passwords.
Access my NAS via https using a valid ssl certificate (Let's Encrypt)
Change default ports to something else
Redirect Http to Https port
Enabled DoS protection
It took me a while to discover this feature when I first got my DiskStation.
It’s very useful.
Together with the “file request” option, they compliment each other for a very nice solution that allows you to interact with users who don’t have user accounts on your DS.
Share file links video...