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Connect to the NAS by a Web Browser

Connect to the NAS by a Web Browser

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Connect to the NAS by a Web Browser

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To connect to the NAS by a web browser, follow the steps below.

 

1.Enter http://NAS IP:8080 or use the Finder to find the NAS and double click the NAS name.

Note: The default NAS IP is 169.254.100.100:8080. If the NAS has been configured to use DHCP, you can use the Finder to check the IP address of the NAS. Make sure the NAS and the computer that runs the Finder are connected to the same subnet. If the NAS cannot be found, connect the NAS to the computer directly and run the Finder again.

 

2.Choose the display language from the drop-down menu on the login page of the NAS or after logging in the NAS.

 

3.Enter the administrator name and password. Turn on the option “Secure login” (Secure Sockets Layer login) to allow secure connection to the NAS. If a user without administration right login the NAS, the user can only change the login password.

Default username: admin

Default password: admin

 

Note: If the NAS is behind an NAT gateway, to connect to the NAS by secure login on the Internet, the port 443 must be opened on the NAT router and forwarded to the LAN IP of the NAS.

 

 

4.The login portal will be shown. Click an application icon to open the service page in the current window or click the + sign of the application icon to open the service page in a new tab.

 

5.To configure the system settings, click “Administration” on the login portal.

 

6.Click the triangle icon next to the section name to expand the tree and view the items listed under each section.

 

7.To switch to another application, select the service from the drop-down menu on top of the page.

 

Click the triangle icon next to the login name on the top right hand for additional options: change the login password, restart/shut down/logout the NAS, or view the product model and firmware version.

 


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