My head hurts.....BT router issues & remote connection

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My head hurts.....BT router issues & remote connection

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I'm really happy with it now, just need to iron out a few little bugs like this pesky DMZ issue

I hope once you get this settled, you would put together a nice write-up here on how to get even one of these reverse proxy links... for example sonarr.secret.synology.me, working.
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I'm still stuck with the http/https ports I set in DSM and now I'm discovering that http to https is more than checking this box...
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which I've yet to see has any effect on what I do. Whether I enter simply http or use the http port to access DSM, I get a darned blank browser, and I must only use both https and the https port.
 
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I hope once you get this settled, you would put together a nice write-up here on how to get even one of these reverse proxy links... for example sonarr.secret.synology.me, working.
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I'm still stuck with the http/https ports I set in DSM and now I'm discovering that http to https is more than checking this box...
dgOWpMf.png

which I've yet to see has any effect on what I do. Whether I enter simply http or use the http port to access DSM, I get a darned blank browser, and I must only use both https and the https port.

Hi,
It can be a pain working through this minefield, but every now and then (3am this morning for me) you have a moment of clarity. Hahaha With page after page of settings, it's easy to overlook the most simple of things, for my DMZ issue I realised that I had not set a port rule on my router for 443. Mistakenly I believed that this port was set to open by default. Anyways, I created the rule and hey presto, its works.

For the reverse proxy settings, I followed the excellent guide by Rusty;

As for the automatic HTTP -> HTTPS forwarding, I'll be trying out;

But I think for the rest of the day I'm going to try and take my mind off all things Synology before I go crazy. 😂

Great idea about putting a write-up together, I'm certainly no expert, but if I can help anyone with the same problem, then I'm all for it.

Again, thank you to everyone on here for all of your help!
 
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Glad you got it working. Sorry I never came back on, although in lockdown I am working from home and it was a busy day. Just needed to take my eyes away from a computer monitor.

If you need anything else just ask. One reason I joined this community was the benevolent helpful nature of the group.
 
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Glad you got it working. Sorry I never came back on, although in lockdown I am working from home and it was a busy day. Just needed to take my eyes away from a computer monitor.

If you need anything else just ask. One reason I joined this community was the benevolent helpful nature of the group.

Hi,

Not a problem at all, I know how you feel, the hours fly past when you set your mind to a task.

These forums have been a huge resource, and everyone has been extremely helpful.

Take care.

Regards.
 

jeyare

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Great idea about putting a write-up together, I'm certainly no expert, but if I can help anyone with the same problem, then I'm all for it.

Again, thank you to everyone on here for all of your help!
do not hesitate to enhance our knowledge base hub! :cool:
 

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