Container Manager issue

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Container Manager issue

Can you access the docker site from the same location and internet connection with another machine, eg a laptop?

Remove the Synology Docker pkg and reinstall it?

I'm out of ideas.
 
Another test would be to SSH onto the NAS and attempt to 'curl' the URL.

You could install Portainer if the 'curl' test works and then manage containers and images via that. Personally, I use both Container Manager and Portainer.
I would like to thank you all for your efforts, but unfortunately still not working .
But I found a solution and it works .
I did upgrade the ram to 32 and install 1 TB SSD and install VM Linux just to access terminal .
Thank you again .
 

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