Business Storage Rackmount NAS - How to Use MyNAS Remote Access in Windows, MacOS, and Android

Business Storage Rackmount NAS - How to Use MyNAS Remote Access in Windows, MacOS, and Android


Provides instructions for using Remote Access through MyNAS in Windows, MacOS, and Android.

Once MyNAS remote access is configured according to the instructions in Document ID: 005775, please follow this procedure to access the content from a remote location or different network using a Windows, MacOS, or Android device:

  1. Open a web browser and enter the following address: http://mynas.seagate.com
    You will be prompted for your NAS's MyNAS name. You can also enter:
    http://mynas.seagate.com/MyNASname
    The MyNAS name is the name you gave your NAS during MyNAS remote access setup.
    Example: http://mynas.seagate.com/seagatesupportnas
  2. Log in to NAS OS with your administrator credentials. Users can enter the credentials created by the administrator.

The first page to display is the File Browser.
For NAS OS administration, click on the Home icon in the top right corner.





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