TheGecco

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  1. Thanks for the reply! However, in my home network everything syncs fine, therefore ports are forwarded correctly. Also, as I have configured my office network -and opened 8888- it shouldn't be that. The weird thing is, that the NAS instance of BTsync goes offline (over night) for reasons I cannot figure out. Help is still greatly appreciated!
  2. Ok, maybe I get some useful advice here ... Hello to everyone. I've got the following problem I'd appreciate some help with: BTsync set up on Synology 213+ BTsync set up on Windows notebook Sync directories are set up, keys shared, everything is syncing fine while in the same LAN/WLAN. However, even though the NAS is online 24/7, the next day when I'm trying to sync from work, the NAS instance of BTsync is offline and I get the msg >no peers<. I also can't start BTsync on the NAS remotely. What am I missing here? Thanks in advance!
  3. Opened a new post ... Hi everyone, I've got the following problem I'd appreciate some help with: BTsync set up on Synology 213+ BTsync set up on Windows notebook Sync directories are set up, keys shared, everything is syncing fine while in the same LAN/WLAN. However, even though the NAS is online 24/7, the next day when I'm trying to sync from work, the NAS instance of BTsync is offline and I get the msg >no peers<. What am I missing here? Thanks in advance!
  4. Hi everyone, I've got the following problem I'd appreciate somme help with: BTsync set up on Syn. 213+ BTsync set up on Windows notebook Sync directories are set up, keys shared, everything is syncing fine while in the same LAN/WLAN. However, even though the NAS is online 24/7, the next day when I'm trying to sync from work, the NAS instance of BTsync is offline and I get the msg >no peers<. What am I missing here? Thanks in advance!