remote access

  1. P

    Coming Back For More on DDNS and Remote Access

    Thank you to both Rusty and WST16 for their rapid and helpful responses to my first question yesterday. Having read the recommended documents I am wiser, but not necessarily sufficiently to take meaningful action. I think I see what to do and then as I try to implement it, I remain confused. My...
  2. NSquirrel

    Thoughts on Remote Access to a NAS

    A recent discussion about powering your NAS off Pajczur: ‘Startup DS220j when scheduled shutdown’ and then Telos: ‘You need a current cert for that? O my!’ got me thinking. My NAS setup has a straight forward OpenVPN connection and 2-step via an Authenticator; both on my iPhone. Supposing I...
  3. S

    Setting up a remote access cloud for various family members - easiest way for a novice ?

    Hi there. My last Synology NAS purchase was years ago and I now have a new DS1019+ on order. Hoping everything arrives in a week or so and I can start set up. One of the things I want to achieve is to assign 4 family members with a 1TB folder each that they can read/write access remotely...
  4. 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...
  5. WST16

    Tutorial DS VPN Server OpenVPN configuration

    WST16 submitted a new resource: DS VPN Server OpenVPN configuration - OpenVPN to access LAN Read more about this resource...
  6. WST16

    Tutorial DS VPN Server OpenVPN configuration

    Difficulty: medium Prerequisites: router port forwarding knowledge and a high-level understanding of the DS firewall is recommended. Hi, In this guide I’ll share how I configured my VPN Server package to allow access to my DS and LAN (with the firewall enabled). If you’ve enabled remote...