Network Area Storage questions.....

Started Feb 15, 2013 | Discussions thread
GideonW
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Re: Network Area Storage questions.....
In reply to rio911, Feb 15, 2013

rio911 wrote:


- ISP - usually having a fixed IP is a must if you want to have that kind of access to your files. So you will need an ISP that can provide it and it doesn't come cheap. Bandwidth is not a problem lately, but still working on 30Mb down and 3Mb up is not the same as 15Mb/15Mb.


Many NAS-devices have a dynamic-DNS (DDNS) function, which periodically checks your current IP address and registers it with one of the many DDNS services. You then get an address such as "yourname.dyndns.com" that you can use to access your NAS, without having to worry about your IP address changing.

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