I have Jellyfin installed as a Docker container in Synology DSM 6.2. I have the NAS on a schedule to turn on at 9am and off at 10pm. If the Jellyfin container is running when the server shuts down, it seems to restart again when the server starts up (I have the restart policy for Jelllyfin set to ALWAYS). However, I find that I can’t connect to Jellyfin from the network. If I open DSM and restart the Jellyfin container, then I can access it from a network connection.
I’m trying to find out why Jellyfin is starting when the NAS starts but won’t let me connect. It seems that if the Jellyfin container is running it should allow me to connect without having to manually restart it. Am I missing something about how to get Jellyfin to start when the NAS boots in the morning? Thanks.