Have you installed Bitwarden on your Synology NAS following my step by step guide? Are you using a VPN service? I was recently informed about an issue with the two, more exactly, Bitwarden not working when using the VPN service on a Synology NAS. So, some people could not connect to Bitwarden via DDNS if … Read more about Synology: How to Make Bitwarden Work if You Use VPN
Everyone who has upgraded to DSM 7 RC has certainly noticed that the exFAT package that used to be available for a fee of 3.99 USD on DSM 6.2.4 is now free on DSM 7. In response to Microsoft’s announcement to integrate exFAT into the Linux kernel in 2019, Synology has updated the license agreement … Read more about Synology: exFAT Package Is Now Free on DSM 7
In DSM 6.2.4 there is an option called DHCP Server. DHCP Server essentially turns your DiskStation into a DHCP server within your LAN network which allows you to assign dynamic IP addresses and manage DHCP clients. In DSM 6.2.4 you can find the DHCP Server option in Control Panel. However, in DSM 7 the DHCP … Read more about Synology DSM 7: Where is DHCP Server?
If your SMB clients get disconnected after you update your DSM from 6.2.4 to DSM 7.0 RC, Windows XP devices, media players, network printers, smart TVs, and IP cameras won’t be able to access your Synology NAS by default. To restore the connection after the update from DSM 6.2.4 to DSM 7.0 RC, follow this … Read more about Fix Synology DSM 7 SMB Clients Get Disconnected
Cloud Commander like Double Commander, is a file manager with console and editor. It includes a command-line console and a text editor. Cloud Commander helps you manage your Synology NAS server and work with files, directories and programs in a web browser from any computer, mobile or tablet. In this step by step guide I … Read more about How to Install Cloud Commander on Your Synology NAS