I probably have the same problem. I own a Netgear WNDR3800 router connected to the internet (with static IP address) and DS211j. I had no problem with remote connection via VPN to my DS211j with DSM 3.2 installed, but after I upgraded to DSM 4.0 final version, I'm not able to access my diskstation via VPN anymore. I made the DHCP address reservation manually in my router setup (in DHCP server settings) for the DS211j and I also set up the 1723 port forwarding.
I also wonder, why the automatic router setup in the DSM Control Panels / Router Configuration never finishes. It always stops at the third step (Removing ...) with a red cross.
Any help, please?
Fixed an issue where you may not be able connect to your DiskStation via Internet when Firewall is enabled and set as “Deny Access if no rules are matched”.
Fixed an issue where the access to DiskStation share folders via CIFS protocol may be interrupted when DiskStation joins the LDAP service as client, and the account password is changed.
Improved the stability of accessing external NTFS drives via CIFS protocol.
Other minor fixes.
iket wrote:Ports 5000, 5001, 5006 need to be forwarded.
Make sure your port forwarding rules for these ports are translating to the LAN IP of your DS211+ which should be something like 192.168.1.xx
Login in to your N600 directly and check the rules. I used to use this router and it's a bit of a pain if I remember correctly but it works once you set up the rules.
I don't think the extender has anything to do with it but if you want to eliminate it as a variable plug your NAS directly into the N600.
I suspect the port forwarding rules are not pointing to the right internal IP.
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