Neo wrote:I'm also using DynDns, but I tried your setting, which still doesn't work for me from the office !
There are few factors... so i cannot make assumption on your environment.
I tell you my setting.
1. On router: setup your dyndns login/password/domain (e.g. abc.dyndns.org)
2. On dyndns.com: add new hostname (this is the link you and your friend use), e.g. xyz.dyndns.org
3. under xyz.dyndns.org, use webhop: http://abc.dyndns.org:8080/
break here: i use 8080 because my ISP block port 80....
4. On router: port redirect public port 8080 to your NAS IP and private port 80
5. On router: port redirect public port 443 to your NAS IP and private port 5001
6. On NAS (mine is 207+): Admin page -> Network Service -> Web Service -> Check Enable HTTPS connection -> Check Automatically redirect web management UI to a secure channel
Addition thing i have done:
7. Check Enable Web Station
8. write an easy index.php file and save into web folder which includes:
Again, my ISP blocked port 80, so i have to use 8080.
Unlike no-ip.com, dyndns.com will show that webhop link explicitly 8080.
when my router see 8080, it forwards to NAS port 80
for https, default port 443, therefore, i don't need to specify in my link.
when my router see 443, it forwards to NAS port 5001
Therefore, when usinghttp://xyz.dyndns.org
webhop forward me tohttp://abc.dyndns.org:8080
and i will see my index.php with 2 shortcuts and can get into my NAS
There is no exact solution for everyone. I tested and got this config with many error and trail. But hope this can help you.
Lastly, you have to find out which ports are open for both office network and your ISP. Then, you can draw a picture on your setup.
Also, you can check others reply as reference, because they are useful as well.
I checked D-Link DI-804-HV, DDNS setting accept no-ip.com which is real Good. But it does not have wireless and very expensive