DS Synology


DS file (iOS)

The DS Synology files are ideal for managing files stored on DiskStation, uploading or downloading between NAS and iDevice itself, or doing basic editing tasks. And always safe with HTTPS support. Apart from file management, DS files are also a useful tool for doing everything from browsing images, watching videos or checking work documents while traveling. 

Before using DS files, make sure the Synology NAS device runs DSM 5.0 or newer; otherwise, certain features will not be available. The basic configuration must be managed from a computer with access to File Station.

DS Synology In and Out File 

makes it possible to enter the File Station safely and easily. can protect connections through SSL / TLS connections and verify server certificates installed on Synology servers. To enter the File Station with DS files Do one of the following. Address or QuickConnect ID from a Synology server. 

This can be an internal or external IP address, DDNS host name, or Synology QuickConnect ID. Make sure you have activated QuickConnect in Control Panel> QuickConnect at DSM before signing in with QuickConnect ID. 

User account and password, tap the arrow button next to the Address field or QuickConnect ID to select the previous login credentials from the login history list or find the Synology server on the local network. A set of credentials can be deleted by swiping to the left. If you want to secure the connection, do the following in DS Synology.

Turn on HTTPS if you want an SSL / TLS encrypted connection. Before doing so, make sure the HTTPS service is activated in Control Panel> Network> DSM Settings on the Synology server. Enable certificate verification by going to> Login Settings to validate the SSL certificate installed on NAS Synology. This verification works if the certificate is installed reliably (must buy from a third party publisher).

Enter the DS Synology DSM 

Enter DSM as an admin (or user belonging to the administrator group), and open Control Panel> Privileges to check whether the user account has permission to use the File Station. Check whether the File Station uses a special port. 

For example, if the port is 9920, it might be necessary to add a port to the IP address of the DDNS hostname like "fun.syno.com:9920". When 2-step verification is activated for an account or imposed by an admin on DSM (6.0 and above), it must enter this Synology mobile application with user credentials and a 6-digit code taken from Google Authenticator or another authenticator application for safe access. 

When 2-step verification is enabled on DSM (6.0 and above), mobile devices can be remembered for convenient and secure logins: For the device to be remembered, select Trust this device on the login page. The device will be remembered for 30 days; if you enter again in the period of validity, the device will be remembered for 30 days. To stop trusting the device, open DSM> Options> Account> Account Activity> Trusted Devices and click Cancel Other Devices.

Simplifies DS Synology Login

The IP address (or QuickConnect ID, host name) and user account are shared between the history of various Synology mobile application logins. To avoid entering user credentials several times, open> Login Settings to activate Remember IP addresses and accounts. Disable options if you don't want to share credentials between applications. 

can activate Remember me on the login page to remember the user account password. Always enter automatically until you exit the application. Note that activating this option will only save passwords for DS files but will not share them with other Synology applications. To launch the Remember me option, please activate Remember IP address and account first with DS Synology.

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