Pixel 2 here, had this issue as well. Multiple aggressive cleanings with a needle got out a bunch of lint and it helped. Now the charger stays plugged in, before I cleaned it it was super finnicky and would fall out with the slightest touch.
My networking friend was able to help me out yesterday, tldr is I'm dumb. To set the static IP on the USG we just had to assign it and DNS. Done! ISP router is no longer an issue. And you are correct, now I just need to set up VPN and we should be ready to rock.
I need to preface this by saying that I'm not a networking guy so please excuse some fumbling of terminology below. :wacky: I'll do my best to clarify anything that doesn't make sense.
The environment I'm in is a shared workspace, kinda like WeWork but without any IT infrastructure or...
Nice thanks guys. Yep it might be DOA but the seller has been responsive & helpful as well. I'll try opening the cover to see if anything is loose, then button it up and let it run for 20-30 minutes to see if it will fix itself. If not it's return time.
Started setting everything up & may have an issue with my ebay-sourced S2500. When I plug it in the fans spin up, all port LEDs flash, but I get nothing from the power, status or stack LEDs or the LCD screen. Fans just spin as long as its plugged in. Does that mean its DOA? Or is there anything...
Ha thanks guys, message received.
I'm changing plans a bit and will set this up at the office before configuring so that I only have to get the networking part dialled in once. Once I have a gameplan I'll share it so that you all can give me notes before I try again. Appreciate the feedback so far!
Thank you, this is all starting to make sense.
To set up my home network I used this thread for guidance: https://hardforum.com/threads/guide-what-router-should-i-get.1965547/ .More specifically this tutorial:
So I believe my EdgeRouter is functioning as the router while the ISP router is in...
So I should remove the port forwarding settings I added and follow this instead?: https://www.synology.com/en-us/knowledgebase/DSM/help/VPNCenter/vpn_setup
Will this allow me to map network drives on remote computers?
Just got my DS1618+ going. Local setup was a breeze, but I am completely stuck getting remote access to work. Honestly I never thought it would be this complicated.
Fair warning I am bad at this stuff and have no networking experience so please use small words and dumb everything down til even...