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How to Enable WebDav Service On Synology NAS?

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Sep. 11, 2020 | 3 mins read

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This article is mainly about how to enable WebDav service on Synology NAS. In this article, you will learn the introduction to WebDav and the efficient way to enable WebDav on Synology NAS.

Introduction to WebDav

Web Distributed Authoring and Versioning (WebDAV) is an extension of the Hypertext Transfer Protocol(HTTP) that allows clients to perform remote Web content authoring operations.

Microsoft Windows 2000, XP, Win7 and IE, Office and Adobe/MacroMedia's DW all support WebDav, which greatly enhances the value and performance of web applications. For users who need to publish a lot of content, WebDav reduces the dependency on CMS systems and allows more freedom of creation. With WebDav, uploading and downloading can become a breeze.

How to Enable WebDav Service On Synology NAS?

Before You Do

Before starting enabling WebDav protocol on your Synology NAS, you need to:

  • Set up your Synology NAS first.
  • Install DSM(Synology Diskstation Manager) on your Synology NAS.
  • Set Up your Synology NAS to be accessible over the Internet.

Note: For information on basic hardware and software settings, please refer to the "Hardware Installation Guide" for Synology products. It’s available from the download center.

Before accessing files on your Synology NAS, you have to enable WebDav on your Synology NAS first.

Step 1. Sign in to DSM with an account, which belong to the administrators group.
Step 2. Click on Package Center on your desktop and search WebDav through the Search Box to install it on your Synology NAS.



Install WebDav Server
Install WebDav Server

Step 3. After the installation process is complete, click on the Main Menu option in the upper left corner of the interface.



Main Menu
Main Menu

Step 4. Launch WebDav Server.



Launch WebDav Server
Launch WebDav Server

Step 5. Tick the Enable HTTP or Enable HTTPS checkbox and click Apply to save the settings.



Enable HTTP or HTTPS
Enable HTTP or HTTPS

Notes:

  • The HTTP port is 5005 and the HTTPS port is 5006 by default. You can also customize the port number based on your demands. It’s recommended you select HTPPS connection to access your Synology NAS because it’s safer.
  • The port number here needs to be forwarded to the number on your router. If you don’t know how to set your port number on the router, click here to learn more information.
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