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Synology Diskstation Reverse Proxy


A proxy server is one that acts as an intermediary between you and the resource that you want to access.  Instead of you connecting to the destination server (a website for instance) directly, the proxy server fetches the…

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(Google) Domain Configuration for Synology NAS

Google Domains

If you have a Synology NAS (a.k.a. Diskstation) and a domain (i.e. dsm.yourdomain.com) that points to your router WAN IP, when you enter “dsm.yourdomain.com” in the browser, have you noticed that the URL becomes “http://dsm.yourdomain.com:5000”?  I mentioned briefly…

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Passing the PMP Exam 2020

Passing PMP

Friday the 13th was the day that I passed my PMP exam on the first try.  I’d like to share my experience with you so that you know what to expect. Obtaining PDU’s First and foremost, the PMP…

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Synology DDNS (Dynamic DNS)

Now that you have your Synology NAS up and running, you should be able to access the web interface using its LAN IP (i.e., or by using its NetBios name (i.e. http://diskstation/).  What if you want to…

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Network Attached Storage – NAS

Synology NAS

Network Attached Storage, or NAS, can be an extremely powerful device that has the potential to transform your digital life.  Many of you might think that NAS is used in small businesses or enterprise environments; but it has…

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