The last client project I worked on, I came across a strange issue with image URL’s. Most of the image URL’s were appending to i0.wp.com and i1.wp.com or i2.wp.com – It turned out that my client was using WordPress’ JetPack CDN plugin for image optimization (renamed “Image Accelerator” by the JetPack Team). In other words, … Read more How to Disable i0.wp.com and i1.wp.com From Image URL
Telnet is an old client-server protocol based on a reliable connection-oriented transport. Typically, this protocol is used to establish a connection to the Transmission Control Protocol (TCP), port number 22 or 23, where a Telnet server application “telnetd” is listening. Telnet, however, predates TCP/IP and was originally run over Network Control Program (NCP) protocols. You … Read more How to Disable Telnet Service on Synology NAS
This blog was born out of pure passion and in a few months has reached millions of visitors from all over the world. It is clear that by now it has become a point of reference and, although there are different groups on Reddit, Facebook and other forums scattered around the web, these do not … Read more Synology: First International DISCORD Server
The latest and greatest version of WordPress is WordPress 5.3 code name “Kirk” and it’s in honor of jazz multi-instrumentalist Rahsaan Roland Kirk. WordPress 5.3 is available for download or for automatic update in your WordPress dashboard. This version is available for “download” from wordpress.org and not in the Synology Package Center. So, if you … Read more Synology: WordPress 5.3
Should your Synology NAS be always on, or can you turn it off from time to time? First of all, you need to know that a Synology NAS is built to stay turned on 24/7 without it ever needing to be turned off. It is also essential to connect a good UPS to it so … Read more Synology NAS Always On: Yay or Nay?