If you’ve recently opened your Synology WordPress dashboard, you may have seen a new banner that warns you about a required PHP update. The message is as follows: WordPress has detected that your site is running on an outdated version of PHP. What is PHP and how does it affect my site? PHP is the … Read more about Synology: WordPress PHP Update Required
Have you ever received a notification from your Synology saying “Connection to .synology.me has been lost since 2019-08-13 19:51:42 GMT +03:00”? Please check the network connection of your DiskStation, and make sure DDNS service is enabled. You will not only receive an email, but also a notification in your DSM log center section. I received … Read more about Connection to synology.me has been lost since
Have you ever wondered what network ports your Synology Nas uses for all the services it offers? Below I invite you to discover all the ports used by your device for the various services it provides. This list can help you set firewall rules on your DiskStation or simply satisfy your curiosity on the topic. … Read more about What Network Ports Are Used by Synology Services?
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 about Synology Mapped Drives Keep Disconnecting
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 about How To Find Your Internal Router IP Address