D-Link 868L and QNAP 269L

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kagan
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D-Link 868L and QNAP 269L

Post by kagan » Sun Jan 26, 2014 6:32 am

I have a D-link router 868L and QNAP 269L.
Inside my home network everything works great but outside is **.
I can connect to mycloud, can se everything.
I have installed PLEX but just get error from Chrome, copps, cannot connect xxxxx.myqnapcloud.com:32400
When I am trying to Multimedia Station outside on the web it starts and I can se my folders with my movies etc.
When I start a movie the player starts and nothing happens.
Looking and reading but can´t find anything that helps my.
So tired to spend this much time to find a solution so that I can se a movie from my QNAP NAS when I am at a hotelroom.
Hope there is someone that can help me.
See print screens I have talking
http://sdrv.ms/1jPY6Ln
I am not a CP enginer

[edited by mod] removed FQDN

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Re: D-Link 868L and QNAP 269L

Post by pwilson » Sun Jan 26, 2014 8:23 pm

kagan wrote:I have a D-link router 868L and QNAP 269L.
Inside my home network everything works great but outside is **.
I can connect to mycloud, can se everything.
I have installed PLEX but just get error from Chrome, copps, cannot connect XXXXXXXX.myqnapcloud.com:32400
When I am trying to Multimedia Station outside on the web it starts and I can se my folders with my movies etc.
When I start a movie the player starts and nothing happens.
Looking and reading but can´t find anything that helps my.
So tired to spend this much time to find a solution so that I can se a movie from my QNAP NAS when I am at a hotelroom.
Hope there is someone that can help me.
See print screens I have talking
http://sdrv.ms/1jPY6Ln
I am not a CP enginer


Check your Port Forwarding in your D-Link DIR-868L to ensure that Port 32400/TCP is forwarded.

BTW: Publishing your FQDN (Fully Qualified Domain Name) to a Community Forum is a very very bad idea. I'd recommend you edit your original message to obscure this information, as I did above. (You are asking to be Hacked/Spammed by publishing it). :shock:

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Re: D-Link 868L and QNAP 269L

Post by kagan » Mon Jan 27, 2014 6:45 pm

It is already done so that it cant be

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Re: D-Link 868L and QNAP 269L

Post by schumaku » Wed Jan 29, 2014 11:26 pm

If PLEX is bound to the (appropriate) LAN interface holding the default gateway on port 32400/TCP, the port forwarding is in place, and any firewall rules applied if required - the port must be reachable. At least if the hotel (or the like) Internet network does not prohibit making use of high ports for example.

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