DSM 7.0 ds414 network enviroment?

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DSM 7.0 ds414 network enviroment?

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DSM7.Cannot get this sorted,Have 1 TP-Link router connected in Modem mode to Virgin V4 hub.
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Would you care to share with us why you are trying to do that? Do you have 2 routers? No? Yes? If not what do you have? What are you trying to do in the end...

The more info you share the better the response will be. Don't expect help if you posted a screenshot that makes no sense to someone else on the forum.
 
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I only have one router,A tp-link Archer C7
Internet is Virgin Hub4 in modem mode
Trying to run "Detect Router information" as in above screenshot but getting info telling me i have 2 routers.
 
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I only have one router,A tp-link Archer C7
Internet is Virgin Hub4 in modem mode
Trying to run "Detect Router information" as in above screenshot but getting info telling me i have 2 routers.
Ok so the ISP device is bridged to your TP-link doing the PPoE connection.

So again, why are you trying to run detect router info? What are you trying to achive?
 
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This feature in DSM is supposed to enable the NAS to open firewall ports in the Internet security policy of your router (and if it can so can any other home devices, whether they've been infected with malware or not). You would be better served by disabling this feature in the router (usually under something about UPnP) and manually managing the router's configuration.

Just because this page of tests in DSM may fail only means that the NAS can't configure the router, and does not mean that the router can't be configured to allow the inbound Internet access.

EDIT...

In your TP-Link router this is the feature it is thinking may be enabled...

Leave it disabled and configure the policy yourself.
 
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