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Can anyone help with this? I have a DS214+ NAS behind a D6200 router.

My domain name points to the fixed IP address of my router. Port 5030 is set up on the router to redirect to my NAS, so if I want to access DSM from a WLAN browser I enter https://mydomain.com:5030. All good, I get DSM on the NAS as required.

If, however, I just type into the browser "mydomain.com", or "MyDomain | Domain Names, Web Hosting, and Free Domain Services", it automatically appends the port 8001 (converting to https://mydomain.com:8001) and it takes me to my Synology D6200 router's web interface. Which I'd rather not show up in public so easily, without me adding a URL with a particular port, say "https://mydomain.com:2126", for example.

I'm not getting this!
 
I suspect that your browser has "remembered" the port number as part of the "prior places I've been" list. If you enter mydomain.com from another browser, or another machine, do you get the same behavior?
 
That all said, if you only enter "mydomain.com" (w/o port designation) on your browser URL... you're not going to reach your NAS, unless you are forwarding port 80/443 (http/https).
 
Can anyone help with this? I have a DS214+ NAS behind a D6200 router.

My domain name points to the fixed IP address of my router. Port 5030 is set up on the router to redirect to my NAS, so if I want to access DSM from a WLAN browser I enter https://mydomain.com:5030. All good, I get DSM on the NAS as required.

If, however, I just type into the browser "mydomain.com", or "MyDomain | Domain Names, Web Hosting, and Free Domain Services", it automatically appends the port 8001 (converting to https://mydomain.com:8001) and it takes me to my Synology D6200 router's web interface. Which I'd rather not show up in public so easily, without me adding a URL with a particular port, say "https://mydomain.com:2126", for example.

I'm not getting this!
You could also make sure to block outside traffic towards your router and block it that way as well. But I would agree with what's said here, probably just a history append that happend.
 

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