Now the easy part: Log into your synology server and go to the VPN section as described in Part 1 of this series (find the link below). From there you should open the downloaded zip configuration files. Unzip these files and navigate to C:\Program Files\OpenVPN\config. Place the ca.crt and openvpn.ovpn files inside of the folder.
Lastly, open openvpn.ovpn with your text editor, I like notepad personally, and on the third line it will say: remote YOUR_SERVER_IP 1194
This is where IP can be typed in; it can be found easily by going to whatsmyip.org or going to your router and see what IP address it has been issued.
To use the VPN, open up the program and you should be prompted for a username and password.
In this prompt you'll type in the synology username and password that has access and hopefully you'll connect right away. If you can't connect try closing your web browser and other things that access the internet and connect again.
Note: For mac users, you can use Tunnelblick to vpn as well.
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