henkg wrote:A static WAN IP from your ISP is easier. It will not change.
A dynamic WAN IP may change, thats where DDNS comes in. Do some reading about DDNS.
However, even with a static WAN IP, DDNS might be nice. Then remote vistors do not have to enter something as http:// 220.127.116.11 but an easier to remember URL, like http://cecemf.no-ip.com.
About problems with PS3: This is about having a dynamic or static LAN-IP. LAN (L=local) is within your own network. With a static or dynamic WAN IP you can choose to set up your router with a dynamic or static LAN IP.
(WAN IP: your world wide unique address. LAN IP: the "room number" within your LAN, Local Area Network)
One last remark: Set your NAS to a static LAN IP. Even with a dynamic WAN IP, and a dynamic LAN IP, it will then still use the same LAN IP. Absolutely necessary if you want to forward a port in your router to your NAS.
cecemf wrote:Another question which port do I have to forward to have full access to my NAS from outside ?
maxxfi wrote:cecemf wrote:Another question which port do I have to forward to have full access to my NAS from outside ?
See here a list of the ports that are required to be opened, depending on the services you need to access:
http://www.synology.com/support/faq_sho ... 9&lang=enu
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