How To Login Remotely To My Qnap

Accessing your QNAP device with myQNAPcloud service QNAP

How To Login Remotely To My Qnap

Posted by Brassard Adriane on Sunday, 16 February, 2020 07:18:11

To allow QNAP mobile/PC apps to access your QNAP device, you need to configure the access controls of your device as public mode. However, on the myQNAPcloud web site, accessing by CloudLink is only allowed if your access control is configured as customized mode and your friends are in the permission list.

To connect to your QNAP device using SSH, do the following: . Be sure SSH is enabled. In the Administration interface, go to Network Services, then to Telnet / SSH.Be sure the box Allow SSH connection is checked. Note the port number in the adjacent text box, and change it if desired.

Access QNAP device anywhere myQNAPcloud provides various remote access services, such as DDNS and CloudLink services. No matter where you go, you can always and securely access your QNAP devices. We value your trust and respect your privacy. This site uses cookies and analytics to better improve the site's content and overall user experience.

Someone is trying to log in to my QNAP-device from remote! Quote; Post by DIY_glenn ยป Sun Dec 08, 2019 5:20 pm Hi! For some reason I'm getting remote calls trying to login to my NAS. I have disabled MyQnapCloud months ago (before Qsnatch I believe) and still I'm getting people trying to log in

How to remotely access your QNAP device using a computer. Go to the myQNAPcloud website (). Sign in using your myQNAPcloud ID (QID). And log in with your device account and password. Then you can access the shared folders directly on myQNAPcloud website. Or share files with your friends.

Log in with your username and password and start using your personal cloud. Get the hardware ready Take out the disk tray from the QNAP NAS then fasten the disk with four screws matching the holes at the base of the disk tray. Insert the disk trays into the QNAP NAS.