How do I enable UPnP on Synology NAS?

How do I enable UPnP on Synology NAS?

Enjoy multimedia with DLNA/UPnP-compatible devices

  1. Go to DSM > Main Menu > Media Server to enable DLNA service, press the Device button on your remote to select your Synology NAS.
  2. Media files: Go to Main Menu > Application > Media Play (USB & DLNA) > Photo5/Music/Movie.

How do I make my Synology NAS accessible on the Internet?


  1. Go to Control Panel > QuickConnect.
  2. Check the Enable QuickConnect box.
  3. If you do not have a Synology Account, click Log in to or register a Synology Account.
  4. Create your own QuickConnect ID in the QuickConnect ID field.
  5. If you do not see the QuickConnect DSM link, click Advanced and make sure DSM is enabled.

How do I access UPnP server?

Locate and click the icon for Network and Sharing Center. In the Sharing and Discovery section, click the arrow button to the right of the Network discovery option. Select the option for Turn on network discovery and click the Apply button. UPnP now automatically start when you turn on your computer.

How do I find my router’s UPnP settings?

How do I enable UPnP

  1. Connect your computer to the router’s Wi-Fi (or connect the computer to the router’s LAN port using an Ethernet cable).
  2. Go to More Functions > Network Settings > UPnP.

Does UPnP make Internet faster?

Some argue that manual port forwarding is better for your internet connection speed, since UPnP causes lag. But does it, really? It’s highly unlikely, but when it comes to gaming, it might add latency to your connection, yet it shouldn’t affect your download speed.

Can Synology stream to chromecast?

Chromecast Support Is Now Available For Synology DiskStation.

Can I access NAS outside the local network?

External access is the ability to remotely access your Synology NAS from any device with an internet connection. DSM allows you to easily set up remote access to your Synology NAS, so you can sign in to DSM or other services by simply entering a custom domain name into your web browser.

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