Did you ever come across this message when you were setting up the Firewall on your Synology NAS: “Your computer has been blocked by the new firewall configuration. The firewall configuration has been reset to the previous state. Please make sure that no rule is blocking your computer and try again.”? If you have received … Read more Synology: Your Computer Has Been Blocked
If you want to access your Synology NAS or Synology Router device remotely, whether it’s from home or from your office, QuickConnect and Dynamic Domain Name System (DDNS) are the methods that can fulfill your needs. These two methods share similar functions but are a bit different in terms of networking process. While QuickConnect allows … Read more Synology: Difference Between QuickConnect and DDNS
Is your website hosted from home on your Synology NAS? Well today I want to offer you 4 free resources to help you monitor your website speed. These free testing tools will help give you a general idea of your website by revealing potential problems you might not even be aware of. GTmetrix See how … Read more Synology: How to Test my Website Online
HTTP Strict Transport Security (HSTS) is a web security policy mechanism that helps to protect websites against man-in-the-middle attacks such as protocol downgrade attacks and cookie hijacking. It allows web servers, in this case Synology NAS devices, to declare that web browsers (or other complying user agents) should automatically interact with them using only HTTPS … Read more Synology: What Does HSTS Mean in Web Station?
As you have certainly read in my previous articles, the new Synology NAS DS220+ is about to land and will be available all over the world. At this point you may be asking yourself: how do I get all the data from my old DS218+ NAS onto my new DS220+ NAS? In my opinion the … Read more Synology: Migration From DS218+ to DS220+