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MYDS web site has been block non synology 3615xs device

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Hi.....

 

Recently myds has block user using non synology device example xpenology 3615xs dsm5.2.

you will found you can't use quick connect service and can't delete the device which been register at myds web site.

 

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If you have a real Synology box, take a picture of it with MAC address/serial number then contact them. They'll get you sorted out.

 

Until then, don't use quick connect. It will only be a matter of time before all external-access apps calls home for validation when they got sick of the abuse.

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I don't think it's a good idea use quickconnect, if you buy a real synology you pay also to use qc, we are using synology software without paying, so i think it's good thing not use synology systems

To reach own synobox via internet need only 2 lines of PAT into router.

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1. Stop using Quickconnect, use port forwarding and any freaking domain name. Hell, there are free ones, and DSM includes a DDNS service. Use it!

2. No, they did not ban users. They simply pulled the old DS3615xs serial format from their DB, and since it's invalid, you can't remove it.

3. The quickconnetor.orgfree generator does NOT create valid DS3615xs serials any more. If you want that so much, use this: https://xpenology.github.io/serial_gene ... r_new.html

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Synology is very aware of this project and went to war with it this month

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About push, can you confirm it doesn't work on 6.1

 

To me push notification works with DSM 6.x and android device without using QC.

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Rather than port forwarding to your DSM, it's safer to use VPN :wink:.

 

A VPN is something I have been wanting to setup for a while, but never seem to be able to get it to work.

Is there a guide available somewhere? - I've looked through the GUIDES section on here and can't find anything.

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Rather than port forwarding to your DSM, it's safer to use VPN :wink:.

 

A VPN is something I have been wanting to setup for a while, but never seem to be able to get it to work.

Is there a guide available somewhere? - I've looked through the GUIDES section on here and can't find anything.

 

Did you check synology instructions?

 

https://www.synology.com/en-global/know ... /vpn_setup

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Rather than port forwarding to your DSM, it's safer to use VPN :wink:.

 

A VPN is something I have been wanting to setup for a while, but never seem to be able to get it to work.

Is there a guide available somewhere? - I've looked through the GUIDES section on here and can't find anything.

 

Did you check synology instructions?

 

https://www.synology.com/en-global/know ... /vpn_setup

The one place I didn't look! - Cheers!

 

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