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    Question NAS - Setting up DDNS and NordVPN

    Hi all,

    i have finally gotten around to the long overdue project of setting up a NAS to be my private cloud and Plex server. But i am getting myself somewhat confused over setting up remote access.

    I understand how DDNS would work and how to set one up on the NAS. However I am also hoping to run NordVPN on the NAS, would this conflict with the DDNS? Would it make sense to run NordVPN on the NAS and set up the DDNS on my router?

    Lastly I am interested in getting my own domain to get both DDNS and also an SSL Cert using letsencrypt.org.. Would anybody be able to recommend a good provider which wont charge a fortune as I am finding prices vary wildly.

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    Re: NAS - Setting up DDNS and NordVPN

    What TLD do you want for your domain?
    Quote Originally Posted by OilSheikh View Post
    You do realize that when I say things like that I don't mean it literally or what can be backed by stats.

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    Re: NAS - Setting up DDNS and NordVPN

    I am not overly bothered, a .com/.co.uk would be nice but not needed.

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