When you have more devices connected to your network, such as a Synology NAS, a computer and a router, knowing how you can see all of them can prove extremely useful. Really, you can’t do without this very important feature that will surely come in handy someday. For example, today I accidentally changed the IP … Read more about Synology: How Can I See All The Devices Connected to My Network?
Surely you have been advised in various Facebook or Reddit groups to change ports 5000 and 5001 on your Synology NAS for security reasons, so that hackers don’t know which are your Synology NAS entry ports. If you have set the firewall following my easy step by step guide and have chosen a strong password … Read more about How to Change Synology DSM ports 5000 and 5001
A few days ago I accidentally overwrote my previous SHA key in my computer and, when I tried to connect to my Synology NAS using ssh, I got this message below in my Terminal Client: @ WARNING: REMOTE HOST IDENTIFICATION HAS CHANGED! @ IT IS POSSIBLE THAT SOMEONE IS DOING SOMETHING NASTY! Someone could be … Read more about WARNING: REMOTE HOST IDENTIFICATION HAS CHANGED
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 about Synology: How to Use Reverse Proxy
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 about Synology: Your Computer Has Been Blocked