Synology: Connection expired. Please login again.

Synology Connection expired. Please login again. error

Have you ever wondered why sometimes when you’re connected to your Synology through a Browser, be it Chrome, Firefox, Safari or Edge, the following error message appears followed by a disconnection? The message reads: Connection expired. Please login again. See the screenshot below. This can become a problem if we’re working and we leave the … Read more Synology: Connection expired. Please login again.

Synology Mapped Drives Keep Disconnecting

Synology Mapped Drives Keep Disconnecting

Issues with disconnected drives are a common theme with Synology, as reported by users online, regardless of which operating system is being used. There are fixes for these issues, but I’d like to propose another approach which uses a completely different protocol and achieves a superior result, in my opinion. This solution should work for … Read more Synology Mapped Drives Keep Disconnecting

How To Find Your Internal Router IP Address

How To Find Your Internal Router IP Address

IPconfig is a command line tool that displays information about your network connection. It also provides tools for troubleshooting some connection issues. To run this tool, click Start on Windows 10 then type “cmd”. This will open a command prompt. If you type “ipconfig” and hit enter, you’ll probably see something like this: Connection-specific DNS … Read more How To Find Your Internal Router IP Address

How to Disable USB Port in Synology DSM

How to Disable USB Port in Synology DSM

Were you wondering how to disable the USB port on your Synology NAS through DSM? Deactivation via the DSM “operating system” is a solution that will not allow any Local users to mount any USB key. With these settings, no types of files can be transferred. There is also “physical” hardware deactivation of the USB … Read more How to Disable USB Port in Synology DSM

How To Enable HTTP/2 on Synology NAS

How To Enable HTTP2 on Synology NAS

First of all, you’re probably extremely familiar with HTTP. You may now know exactly what it means and what it does, and you are probably using it dozens of times every day. Every time you visit Google or mariushosting.com. or even WordPress.org or any other website. Essentially, HTTP (short for HyperText Transfer Protocol) is the … Read more How To Enable HTTP/2 on Synology NAS