I’m running a FTB Revelation server on my Synology-NAS and I can connect in the intranet, but when my friends or I want to connect with my public-ip, they can’t connect. A portforwading tester says, that the port is closed. I’m using a fritzbox and my ports are opened. What could be the problem? Source: ..
i previously ran jellyfin on my desktop comuputer and put a lot of work into the manual creation of collection (descriptions, folder pictures etc.). Now i want to implement jellyfin on my brandnew Synology DS220+ NAS, which is running Jellyfin on Docker. If my understanding of Docker is correct, it is running an instance of ..
I have several containers I want to remove. When I stop them, they restart, so I can’t remove them. I tried to update them with the command sudo docker update –restart=no [docker name] but they are still restarting. Here is the output of my docker ps : ~$ sudo docker ps CONTAINER ID IMAGE COMMAND ..
I’m running the docker crashplan image (https://github.com/jlesage/docker-crashplan-pro) on my Synology NAS. I’m a bit confused on how to update without loosing the existing configuration. According to the description the following steps should be taken when upgrading: https://github.com/jlesage/docker-crashplan-pro#synology Step 9 states: Clear the container by clicking Action->Clear. This removes the container while keeping its configuration. When ..
To begin, here is a simple plan of my problem: Request Connect to 192.168.0.20:4200 — front container send request to middle container —> 172.17.0.2:8080 —-> Middle receive and send to database –> 172.17.0.3:1433 Answer — Database answer to middle –> 172.17.0.2:8080 — Middle send to the front –> 172.17.0.4:4200 I have a problem to connect ..
My goal is to setup and run Jira server on synology NAS for personal use. Have no experience administrating linux, just want it to be up and running. So far I have managed to sucessfully: Run mysql server using docker and create database and to start Jira server using docker My problem right now is ..
I have two Docker containers, one is a VPN client currently connected, and the other is a Xteve container, I need help sending all traffic from that Xteve container as listed in the image below to through the VPN container, and if the VPN drops to block traffic on the Xteve container. This is Docker ..
I run docker containers on a Synology NAS. All container using the host driver have network connection but none of the containers using the bridge driver have. In the past it worked but some months ago one of my experimental containers experienced network problems Environment: Synology DS218+ DSM 6.2.3-25426 Update 2 10 GB internal memory ..
I’m getting familiar with Docker thanks to my NAS Syonlogy 1515+. I have created a SQL Server 2019 container called sqlserver4 that listen on port 1433: sudo docker run -e "ACCEPT_EULA=Y" -e "SA_PASSWORD=My_Password" -p 1433:1433 –name sqlserver4 -d mcr.microsoft.com/mssql/server:2019-latest And I have then created a second one called sqlserver5 that listen on port 1533: sudo ..
i’m tryning to run Tensorflow in Docker on my Synology DS. But it will not start. I successfully installed the CPU only version from PIP: [email protected]:/home/# pip3 install tensorflow-cpu -> Collecting tensorflow-cpu -> Using cached tensorflow_cpu-2.3.1-cp38-cp38-manylinux2010_x86_64.whl (137.4 MB) -> Installing collected packages: tensorflow-cpu -> Successfully installed tensorflow-cpu-2.3.1 But wenn i check the installation, i got ..