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Old 09-09-2013, 11:09 PM   #1486
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Yes, it shows:





Yup removed them since I don't own a private domain.
i am having the assumption that your port forwarding is done correctly so i will skip that.

Synology > Control Panel > Web Services > HTTP Service > "Check" Add additional HTTP Port
in the box type: 82.

try again.

btw, if still not possible show us a screen capture so that i can conclude that it works internally.
<NAS Private IP>:82/photo


btw, you don't need a "private" domain to host a site. Your DDNS will work as well ma just additional info.

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Old 09-09-2013, 11:16 PM   #1487
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i am having the assumption that your port forwarding is done correctly so i will skip that.

Synology > Control Panel > Web Services > HTTP Service > "Check" Add additional HTTP Port
in the box type: 82.

try again.

btw, if still not possible show us a screen capture so that i can conclude that it works internally. <NAS Private IP>:82/photo


btw, you don't need a "private" domain to host a site. Your DDNS will work as well ma just additional info.
Ok. the additional HTTP port is checked and is port 82. I tried with my NAS private IP:82/photo. It works. But If I were to type my DDNS.synology.me:82/photo. It display error.

Thank you for the additional info. It clarify me.
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Old 09-09-2013, 11:17 PM   #1488
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Ok. the additional HTTP port is checked and is port 82. I tried with my NAS private IP:82/photo. It works. But If I were to type my DDNS.synology.me:82/photo. It display error.

Thank you for the additional info. It clarify me.
hmm.. i believe your port forward might not been configured properly. can show a screen capture on how you performed the port forward?

is your phone on 3g/4g? if so, can you use it and test it ?

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Old 09-09-2013, 11:30 PM   #1489
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hmm.. i believe your port forward might not been configured properly. can show a screen capture on how you performed the port forward?

is your phone on 3g/4g? if so, can you use it and test it ?
I just login with my 4g phone thru DDNS.synology.me:82/photo it works!

Just to make sure my settings are all pointed correctly. Here you go.
Single port forwarding


Port range forwarding


Port range triggering


Synology port configuration
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Old 09-09-2013, 11:33 PM   #1490
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I just login with my 4g phone thru DDNS.synology.me:82/photo it works!

Just to make sure my settings are all pointed correctly. Here you go.
Single port forwarding


Port range forwarding


Port range triggering


Synology port configuration
if your phone works and your pc doesn't

what router are you on? Linksys (look like 1 based on the gw page)? Does it support loopback?

Since it works, I shall stop here.

Router wise, you can check it by google it
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Old 09-09-2013, 11:39 PM   #1491
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if your phone works and your pc doesn't

what router are you on? Linksys (look like 1 based on the gw page)? Does it support loopback?

Since it works, I shall stop here.

Router wise, you can check it by google it
Thank you for the help. Will look into router side. Cheers bro
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Old 09-09-2013, 11:41 PM   #1492
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Thank you for the help. Will look into router side. Cheers bro
np. glad that it works.
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Old 09-09-2013, 11:44 PM   #1493
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np. glad that it works.
Yup. Will explore more and squeeze more out of it. Thinking of getting a red NAS.
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Old 09-09-2013, 11:45 PM   #1494
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Yup. Will explore more and squeeze more out of it. Thinking of getting a red NAS.
red NAS?
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Old 09-09-2013, 11:47 PM   #1495
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red NAS?
WD red NAS harddisk.
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Old 09-09-2013, 11:48 PM   #1496
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WD red NAS harddisk.
for?

IMO, only mine...

i don't see a need to spend good $ on red.
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Old 09-09-2013, 11:51 PM   #1497
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for?

IMO, only mine...

i don't see a need to spend good $ on red.
What harddisk are you using now? I think red have thid function that it won't get hot easily as nas will be running 24/7.
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What harddisk are you using now? I think red have thid function that it won't get hot easily as nas will be running 24/7.
my NAS since i bought it, it has never been off. To prevent it from dying i even got an UPS for it.


My understanding might be wrong:

a TOSHIBA 3TB 7200RPM 64MB @ $150
a WD Red 3TB 64MB @ $195

for every 3 x RED bought, i could have gotten 4 x Toshiba and since i am on RAID 5, i am already covered by the redundancy.


My Toshiba on the other hand has a higher r/w speed.
i don't know how hot it could be, at idle my Toshiba is approx 35 degrees compared to my Samsung @ 31 degrees (Note: i don't have an air-conditioned room)

My Samsung Disks I have been using it for more than 3 years
My Toshiba Disks for 1 year plus

whereas my friends RED has already died once in 6months.

just highlighting and that is why i have no idea why is everyone rushing for the hype on red disk.

of course i am aware of the "perks" that the red disk is providing but i see no need for the additional $


note: i am no storage expert. my job doesn't require me to be 1.
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my NAS since i bought it, it has never been off. To prevent it from dying i even got an UPS for it.


My understanding might be wrong:

a TOSHIBA 3TB 7200RPM 64MB @ $150
a WD Red 3TB 64MB @ $195

for every 3 x RED bought, i could have gotten 4 x Toshiba and since i am on RAID 5, i am already covered by the redundancy.


My Toshiba on the other hand has a higher r/w speed.
i don't know how hot it could be, at idle my Toshiba is approx 35 degrees compared to my Samsung @ 31 degrees (Note: i don't have an air-conditioned room)

My Samsung Disks I have been using it for more than 3 years
My Toshiba Disks for 1 year plus

whereas my friends RED has already died once in 6months.

just highlighting and that is why i have no idea why is everyone rushing for the hype on red disk.

of course i am aware of the "perks" that the red disk is providing but i see no need for the additional $


note: i am no storage expert. my job doesn't require me to be 1.
What is UPS and its function? I also see this UPS appearing in DSM. If I'm not wrong.

Maybe the pros here can enlighten more? But I'm using 2 bay mostly going for SHR.
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What is UPS and its function? I also see this UPS appearing in DSM. If I'm not wrong.

Maybe the pros here can enlighten more? But I'm using 2 bay mostly going for SHR.
UPS

Uninterruptible power supply

Read here for the explaination
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Uninter...e_power_supply
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