DDNS Xpenology/Synology: How to Configure using DuckDNS!

This tutorial will show you how to configure DDNS on Xpenology or a Synology NAS using DuckDNS.https://youtu.be/RhB6EAEi4D8In this tutorial, we will look at how you can configure DDNS on Xpenology using DuckDNS. Setting up DDNS is very important if you intend on accessing your NAS from outside of your network or setting up a VPN Server. This easy tutorial will show you how in minutes!If you've never setup Xpenology, check out our tutorial on how…

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How to Install Xpenology on a Linux KVM/QEMU Virtual Machine!

In this tutorial, we will look at how to install Xpenology on KVM, a Linux based hypervisor.https://youtu.be/19qF1a4eZHARunning Xpenology on a KVM virtual machine is a great way to have a fully functioning NAS without dedicating an entire machine to the operating system. After looking at how to install Xpenology on KVM, check out some of our tutorials on different ways to use DSM!The process is fairly straight forward, but there are a few prerequisites that…

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How to Install Pi-hole on a Raspberry Pi

These instructions will explain how to install Pi-hole on a Raspberry Pi. https://youtu.be/a86D9AbOTbU How to Install Pi-hole on a Raspberry Pi - Instructions I have this configured on a Raspberry Pi Zero W and it runs perfectly!Before we get started, ensure that you can SSH into your Raspberry Pi with a valid Raspberry Pi operating system. If you aren’t sure how, please follow these instructions. There are two main ways to install Pi-hole: an automated installer or…

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How to Setup a Raspberry Pi Zero without a Monitor, Keyboard or Mouse!

The instructions below show you how to setup a Raspberry Pi “headless”, which is a fancy way of saying without a monitor, keyboard, or mouse. There are also detailed instructions on how to configure a Wi-Fi connection for internet access!https://youtu.be/xCBXL2BA5CQ How to Setup a Raspberry Pi without a Monitor, Keyboard, or Mouse - Instructions 1. Navigate to the Raspberry Pi website and download the Raspberry Pi Imager.2. After the download finishes, launch the Raspberry Pi Imager application…

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