Tailscale is installed and connected on my Synology NAS, Windows, iphone.
I’m away from home now and Windows can get a ping reply from iphone, showing me that my tailscale is setup normally and pings are expected.
Windows can’t get a ping reply from Synology NAS I have at home, but I see from the documentation that is normal.
I’m attempting to map a share from the Synology to the Windows laptop and it fails. I am using the Tailscale IP, and it fails in the same way as the ping fails, in that it can’t contact the destination IP.
There is an existing mapped drive on the Windows device for the LAN IP of the Synology NAS and that works fine whenever I’m on the LAN.
So, I’m confident the folder sharing on the NAS is correct. I get the feeling there might be part of the Tailscale config on the Synology NAS that I’ve missed.
I’m going to re-install Synology Tailscale when back on the LAN, tried to do it remotely but hit the problem that
which is probably a good security design. I’ll try in a few days.