My first topic here so please move if incorrectly placed…
I have the following problem: I installed Duplicati on a Synology DS216+II. The installation went ok (following How to install Duplicati on Synology / DSM). When starting from the GUI on the Synology diskstation itself I got the “Connection lost” problem. My user is part of the HTTP group so that is not the cause.
Out of itself, I wouldn’t mind it that much as I prefer to configure it from my workstation (same LAN) anyway. Problem is that I seem to be unable to reach it, whenever I try to connect to it I a “Cannot make a connection” error.
Output from relevant SSH commands (obfuscated user and host name for anonymity):
@:~$ sudo netstat -ap | grep mono
tcp 0 0 localhost:8200 0.0.0.0:* LISTEN 17234/mono-sgen
@:~$ sudo netstat -ap | grep uplic
@:~$ sudo ps -aux | grep upli
root 17216 0.0 2.2 153252 21128 ? Sl 20:30 0:00 mono /volume1/@appstore/Duplicati/Duplicati.Server.exe
root 17234 0.0 4.7 1123364 43972 ? Sl 20:31 0:01 /volume1/@appstore/Mono/usr/local/bin/mono-sgen /volume1/@appstore/Duplicati/Duplicati.Server.exe
32543 0.0 0.1 23128 964 pts/7 S+ 21:01 0:00 grep --color=auto upli
As far as I can interprete the above, Duplicati is running and there is a Mono process listening on port 8200; but I cannot seem to access it.
I have the same problem on multiple workstations in my LAN. I also don’t have a firewall rule in the router (I can perfectly access the Synology web client interface from the workstations) that could block the access. NAS and workstations I am trying this with are all connected (NAS and 1 workstation wired, another one wireless) with a router that is directly connected to the internet (basic local ISP-device, this is a home setup).
If accessing it from another workstation won’t work, can anybody help me with the “Connection lost” problem?
I guess there’s some small thing somewhere that I don’t see… Can anybody help me? Much appreciated!