mauriciosoto wrote:urh wrote:I am having the problem of not being able to connect because of the required TCP port being blocked by my company. I can easily connect with my iPhone via 3G, but as soon as I'm on the company network, nothing goes.
This will be an issue. Most commercial networks block unnecessary ports, be it at work, in a hotel, or at a coffee shop. And if I can't access my cloud from anywhere but home, what good does it do me?
Other Cloud services like, e.g., DropBox or iCloud access their servers via port 80 or 443, which are open pretty much everywhere. For the new Cloud Server to be useful, it needs to follow that example.
If your router is smart enough. You can map external por 80 to internal port 6690 and bypass your office limitation. Another alternative is mapping external port 443 to internal port 6690.
I have the same issue and I can log into my DSM, I force SSH on (public) port 443 and Cloudstation doesn't work. I've even tried connecting via the hostname and forcing a port... cloudstation is raining for me .