How to Remote Administer your QNAP – Network Attached Storage

Remote Administer QNAP Network Attached Storage

Hi everyone! It has been a while since i made a post about Qlick Tips & Tricks. I don’t want to make promises but I’ll do my best to give you solutions and qlick tips  on weekly basis. You have to forgive I have been very offline for almost two years with my offline job as an IT and Accounting Manager at the same time. Since I’m into accounting…. Soon, I might include accounting topic that can help you around with BIR (Taxation requirements) and accounting related solutions that I have encountered. Anyways let me share this topic on how to Remote Administer your QNAP – Network Attached Storage.

Meantime, I would like to share something about Network Attached Storage. In this post I will try to provide a step by step guide in configuring your QNAP NAS Device for Remote Administration.  If you have not yet that familiar with network attached storage or commonly known as NAS, may I suggest you skim thru my previous post about NAS (Network Attached Storage)https://www.qlickcafe.com/blogs/?s=network+attached+storage

Before we start, let me define this guide and what it is all about.

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Configure a QNAP NAS Device and your Router for Remote Administration using an internet connections with a static public ip. This guide is ideal for connecting your home pc to your office NAS device.

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Buffalo Announces the TeraStation 5000 Series

Buffalo Technology, a global leader in the design, development and manufacturing of wired and wireless networking and network and direct attached storage solutions, recently announced the TeraStation™ 5000 series of high performance network storage solutions. Equipped with the powerful Intel® Atom™ D2550 dual-core processor, the TeraStation 5000 series provides supercharged performance and offers an array of business class features including iSCSI, replication and failover support and SoleraTec™ Phoenix RSM™, a video surveillance asset management solution.

“By reducing the complexity and cost of traditional IP video surveillance storage and asset management, the TeraStation 5000 series eliminates many of the barriers businesses face when implementing and running IP-based surveillance,” said Matt Dargis, senior director of sales at Buffalo Technology. “This launch proves once again our dedication to delivering high performance solutions that serve the needs of our customers and our commitment to the SMB market.”

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