dabruna wrote:Computer work to help people.
Not people work to help computers ....
Fix DSM !
dabruna wrote:I did not have configured any dynamic IP (but I'm curious: how to do ?).
As I have a static IP, like a workaround to share a file with a working link,
I discovered the DDNS solution in ezCloud and registered to Synology service.
This also to say you are wrong "because there's no way for the DS to know what your external IP is"
as in that service Synology DS212J knows very well what is the correct external link.
After that from File Station with right click, one can create the correct single file link to be shared with external people.
"This is "people working to help people"", like me ...
Hi professor ... Someone was wrong ?
Sorry I did not read your lesson on acronism well, sorry very very much ...
I appreciate a lot people instead of giving thanks to other who try to
solve some problem, loose time to give them such compliments ...
Have a nice day the same !
myCloud wrote:Interesting. I have DDNS configured in EZ Cloud (to dyndns.org) and it updates regularly, but when I right-click on a file in File Station to get a link, it only gives me the local path with no IP address or FQDN. What am I doing wrong? Or is this something that only works with Synology's DDNS?
dabruna wrote:I don't know.
My situation is that I have a static IP and you probably a dinamic IP.
Try register also with Synology DDNS service and let us know if this way works.
norcat wrote:Not sure where you're clicking. I have DDNS as well (Synology), and no matter how I'm logged in (local IP, local server name, remote ddsn name), when I use the 'Share File Links' feature in File Station (from context menu or Action menu) the remote FQDN is always presented to me. The urls are like this where the last part is a generated share name for the file:http://ddns-name:5000/fbsharing/JGF4RMED
Existing file links can be administered from Tools menu 'Shared Links Manager'.
norcat wrote:I can see there is also another way of sharing file links, using context menu on file and select Properties I see a 'Download Link' which has a slightly different form, for example:http://ddns-name:5000/fbdownload/109018244750929.jpg?dlink=2f62696c6465722f3130393031383234343735303932392e6a7067
This also always shows the ddns-name for me, but it works differently in that I have to log in to use that file, and there is no time management.
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