Note: Make sure the default gateway of your Synology NAS is set to the IP address of the router. To check out the gateway of your Synology NAS, please go to Main Menu > Control Panel > Network. Once finished, you can register for a free DDNS hostname by going to Control Panel > External Access > DDNS.

The Synology DiskStation updates the DDNS service provider when an IP address change is detected, A client computer (you) requests a connection to your domain name, The domain name is forwarded to your DDNS service provider, The DDNS service provider returns to the client the IP given to it by the DiskStation, DDNS (Dynamic Domain Name Service) simplifies connecting to your Synology NAS over the Internet by mapping a hostname to its IP address. For example, DDNS allows you to access your Synology NAS using a domain name (e.g., with no need to remember an IP address (e.g. Synology DSM 5.1 now has a built-in DNS-O-Matic DDNS connector. I created a account, for my public ip address (see pic_noip.jpg) I created a DNS-O-Matic account, with only the no-ip service ; i'll add OpenDNS later. (see pic_dnsomatic.png) From DSM 5.1, I'm able to directly use as a DDNS service (see pic_synology_noip_OK.png) Synology DDNS. With DDNS, you can access your NAS using the domain name you set, which is easier to remember compared with the IP address. Synology DDNS provides the following features that allow you to set up DDNS on your own: Support for IPv4 and IPv6; Let's Encrypt ®, which supports SSL certificates I have the DDNS set up and am using the domain. The only way I can access the NAS using my personal address is when I add the port :5000 after the address. So it looks like this: . Because of this, I cannot add the drive to my OSX finder when I'm outside of my local network using the 5005 port. Jan 18, 2013 · Wie greife ich auf meine Synology DiskStation von extern zu? NEUE VERSION mit DSM 6! Was muss ich beachten wenn ich Dienste frei The Synology DDNS via is, as you said, like Quickconnect. It reports your Diskstation to their server and provides a direct connection. There is no port forwarding involved with DDNS, it's purely a service to translate your dynamic IP into a static address.

The DDNS service will provide a fixed hostname that always points to whatever your current public IP is. It does this by having a host on your network (the Synology or your router) regularly update the DDNS service with your network’s current public IP address. Now you can use the DDNS hostname in your DNS record at your domain registrar.

Preface This article will cover how to setup dns with dynamic updates aswell as configuring your dhcp server to push updates to it aswell. I assume you already know how to setup plain old dns aswell as plain old dhcp. This is not an introduction to either of those. I used BIND 9 and ISC DHCPD v3 for this article. If there’s anything this article doesn’t cover with respect to what you are

Yes, these are the fields normally used for the DDNS update API. It would have been better to post a link to the user manual or screen shots. Whatever, try with this: Provider: DNS-O-Matic Protocol: dyndns2 Server: Hostname: as I said above already IP: TBD dynamically by the updater Wildcard: irrelevant here Static

these instructions are for the synology dsm 6.1 setup you must change your token and domain to be the one you want to update In the webpanel : go to control panel / external access /ddns tab choose customize - add a new DDNS Provider