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Hey can anyone assit me with being able to remotely access my DS409+ I have it populated with four 1T western digital HD's. Running raid 5. It is attached to a airport extreme router. I have a static IP address and set up port forwarding but still no success. Can someone walk me through the setup process?
Appreciate any assistance,
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Did you try really from outside? most router cant handle loopbacks so dont test remote access just entering the external IP within LAN.
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In addition to HP's suggestion (first one to consider): did you perhaps try to connect to services on your network/syno from within a company network. In that case that firewall might block pretty much all traffic in most cases except for port 80 and 443.
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