Reverse proxy can hide the existence and characteristics of origin servers. Reverse proxy can transform HTTPS requests into HTTP requests and more. According to Wikipedia.org: In computer networks, a reverse proxy is a type of proxy server that retrieves resources on behalf of a client from one or more servers. These resources are then returned … Read more Synology: How to Use Reverse Proxy
One of the disadvantages of Synology is undoubtedly having “excellent” applications, but which have a lot of dependencies on other applications. In short, what bothers me the most when I install a package is that of having to install other 4 or 5 more packages to make that first one work. But what if I … Read more Synology Packages: Why So Many Dependencies?
Dark mode is everywhere. All the major operating systems, Android, iPhone (iOS), Windows, and macOS, now offer dark themes, which default to light text on a black background. It looks really cool, doesn’t it? Dark mode is especially helpful for those viewing mobile computing device screens at night. The reduced brightness can reduce eye strain … Read more Synology: DSM Dark Mode
Are you tired of seeing the classic DSM favicon in your browser, the one with the three white capital letters on a blue background? Right now, not everyone is loving the retro style of Synology’s DSM favicon. Wouldn’t it be great if they changed it? With a favicon with a fresh, modern, new look? It … Read more Synology: How to Change DSM Favicon
On June 23, 2019 I asked in the Official Synology Community Forum if they could add a really useful option for all Synology NAS owners – and that option is the option of scheduling the fans. As you can see in the list of new DSM 7.0 features, there is no entry for such an … Read more Synology NAS: Fan Speed on Schedule