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Turbo NAS for Home
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The offering of myQNAPcloud Service makes connecting to the Turbo NAS much easier with the web browser without the limitation of location. The DDNS support replaces the lengthy IP address with an easy-to-remember domain name chosen by you. All these network applications help you enjoy greater convenience with the Turbo NAS experience.
 

myQNAPcloud Service

A personal cloud available from anywhere

myQNAPcloud is an easy-to-setup service that simplifies the steps of publishing the Turbo NAS contents over the Internet, creating a personal cloud. After publishing the Turbo NAS to the Internet, a personal cloud is created.

The intuitive wizard allows you to assign a unique name for your Turbo NAS and access its services with the given URLs without going through the complicated process of registering DDNS service. You can also publish the Turbo NAS services for sharing without the need to remember the IP address or long URL name. Now you can conveniently share, access, and manage your Turbo NAS easily from anywhere.

On myQNAPcloud.com website, you can also select numerous web-based Turbo NAS services, such as Download Station, File Station, and so on, to be published.

myQNAPcloud ID (QID)

Access your Turbo NAS by signing into your myQNAPcloud portal with “QID”, a unique ID for you to access your Turbo NAS and securely share your private data and files.The QID also provides an option for authenticating login on QNAP mobile apps.

Manage multiple NAS

The myQNAPcloud Portal enables you to manage multiple Turbo NAS servers in one place. With the easy-to-use management interface, you can simply download, move, and copy files on your Turbo NAS, lessening the difficulty in accessing multiple Turbo NAS servers. All you need is to sign myQNAPcloud.

Publish and share

myQNAPcloud is an easy-to-setup service that simplifies the steps in publishing Turbo NAS contents over the Internet. On QTS myQNAPcloud, you can select numerous web-based Turbo NAS services, such as Photo Station, Music Station, and File Station to be published to the myQNAPcloud.com website. Likewise, you can easily view friends’ public services on myQNAPcloud.com website too.

Trustworthy file protection

To ensure the security of remote access service, myQNAPcloud strengthens keys on SSL Certificates to 2048-bits. The files on the Turbo NAS are 100% under the NAS owner’s control.

 

DDNS

Worry-free from a floating IP address

The Turbo NAS supports Dynamic DNS (DDNS) from several service providers, and provides an easier way for you to connect to the Turbo NAS using a domain name rather than a lengthy IP address. This is rather useful when the Turbo NAS has a floating IP address that changes frequently.

By properly setting up DDNS, the Turbo NAS automatically updates its IP address to the DDNS service provider whenever the IP address changes to ensure the Turbo NAS is always reachable.

 

VPN Server

Cost-saving

Traditionally, businesses rent network capacity such as T1 lines to achieve full and secured connectivity between their office locations. The cost could rise exponentially with the growth of branch offices. The QNAP VPN (Virtual Private Network) Server uses public network Internet infrastructure to make these connections and build up virtual network at much inexpensive cost.

Secure access

Due to security concerns, businesses usually only allow file access or certain services within the office. The QNAP VPN Server provides an easy way for the IT administrator to build up a secure private network and allow the staff to log on from outside the office and access business resources securely such as files and Internet connections. The VPN connections are secured with up to 256-bit encryption. Users of Windows and Mac computers or even iOSR and Android? devices are able to easily obtain files in the office when on-the-go.

PPTP & OpenVPN support

QNAP VPN Server supports PPTP (Point-to-Point Tunneling Protocol) and OpenVPN technologies, both are commonly adapted in the market. PPTP provides better compatibility while Window, Mac, Linux and handheld devices such as iOS and Andriod phones all have native support for PPTP, and it’s secured with 128-bit encryption. Compared with PPTP, the open source OpenVPN passes through NAT configurations (e.g. wireless routers) and corporate firewalls more easily, and it provides better security with 256-bit encryption.

A great remote gateway solution

Feel frustrated finding your favorite websites are blocked while traveling abroad? The QNAP VPN Server allows users to use the Internet connection within a VPN to visit these websites. No additional software is needed, and it’s safe.

VPN Client

QTS also supports VPN Client for PPTP and OpenVPN to protect your privacy during data transmission.


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