Outbound Synology Not Working

I upgraded to DSM 7.1-42661 Update 2 last night on my Synology DS1821+.

After that I updated Tailscale from pkgs.tailscale.com to the newest version 1.26.0-260007-dsm7 (tailscale-x86_64-1.26.0-260007-dsm7.spk: 64-bit x86 (amd64)).

I can no longer reach outbound connections. I have tried to ping multiple times, and remote servers are not reachable that use Tailscale for Active Backup For Business.

I have followed the steps on the Synology outbound article multiple times. (Access Synology NAS from anywhere · Tailscale)

Is there a known issue with DSM 7.1-42661 Update 2 and Tailscale?

Firewall on NAS is disabled. (not publicly exposed)

I can reach inbound to the NAS fine.

NAS is at Tailscale IP:


1 Like

Same behavior here with DSM 7.1-42261 update 2 using tailscale-x86_64-1.26.0-260007-dsm7.spk.

Bug report ID: BUG-b31692068a7bbb304a4185131b109fe90f412b0311bfe42853b80b5d19169209-20220610185837Z-f69b1ed76e162730

@H123 were you able to figure this out? If so, could you share your solution?

Haven’t had much time to work on it, but still not working for me. Normal troubleshooting steps for the issue from Tailscale site don’t seem to make a difference.

I’m going to try to upgrade Tailscale on another Synology NAS tonight that is on the prior update. Maybe that will give an indication if it is the DSM update or Tailscale PKG.

No response from Tailscale on the forum yet.

1 Like

Replying so I can keep track of this issue. Same happening here.

Tried the newest Tailscale PKG update with another Synology NAS (DS220+) on DSM 7.0.1-42218 (pre “Update 2”) and it works after the normal “outbound configuration steps.” So it definitely seems that Version: 7.1-42661 Update 2 is breaking something.

1 Like

Same issue here.
Problem with site to site connections using Synology NAS - Tailscale About articles (troubleshooting, info) - Tailscale.
I’ll have a play with RRAS on windows servers with tailscale clients installed over the weekend. Probably an exercise in frustration but what the hell. :slight_smile:

Received a reply from support suggesting to use

sudo /var/packages/Tailscale/target/bin/tailscale configure-host

instead of sudo setcap. I tried that but it didn’t work for me. I am also running Synology on Update 2. Anyone else?

On DSM update 2, I did both the setcap and configure-host steps but no luck, unfortunately.

“sudo /var/packages/Tailscale/target/bin/tailscale configure-host” and then the “sudo synosystemctl restart pkgctl-Tailscale.service” command that it returns seemed to work for me. Ping works and now I can reach Hyper-V hosts for Synology ABFB backup. Odd that it doesn’t seem to be working for everyone. As stated before I’m on update 2 as well.

See image below:

Thanks for the update. Interesting, I’ve done it now and it is working for me as well.

The different is that I have removed the routes announcement from the Synology node.

My Hyper Backup instance can also see the Hyper-V server now.

Thanks again.

Still not working for me. Could you explain “removed the routes announcement from the Synology node”?


Same here @captgoodhope. I can confirm Tailscale is running with userspace-networking mode rather than hybrid.

Same problem here. I’ve installed the latest package (1.26.1-260017) after upgrading DSM to 7.1-42661 Update 2 and I can’t connect.

The extra wrinkle for my setup is that Tailscale is telling me that the client on my Synology box has expired (a couple of weeks ago by the look of it) and I can’t figure out how to update that configuration/certificate.

Okay thank you. I don’t have this setting, mine says This machine does not expose any routes.

Looks like a permission issue was causing my problem but changing /dev/net to 0755 and restarting Tailscale did the trick! Taken from: Synology DSM7 Cant ping External (already ran steps) · Issue #4928 · tailscale/tailscale · GitHub

root@NAS:~# ls -ld /dev/net
drwx------ 2 root root 60 Jun 22 11:32 /dev/net
root@NAS:~# chmod 755 /dev/net
root@NAS:~# synosystemctl restart pkgctl-Tailscale.service
[pkgctl-Tailscale.service] restarted.
root@NAS:~# ping
PING ( 56(84) bytes of data.
64 bytes from icmp_seq=1 ttl=64 time=241 ms
64 bytes from icmp_seq=2 ttl=64 time=58.2 ms
64 bytes from icmp_seq=3 ttl=64 time=52.6 ms
64 bytes from icmp_seq=4 ttl=64 time=52.8 ms
--- ping statistics ---
4 packets transmitted, 4 received, 0% packet loss, time 4ms
rtt min/avg/max/mdev = 52.614/101.166/241.135/80.842 ms

That worked! Thank you!