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How to set up and use QVPN 2.0 ? | QNAP PPTP (Point-to-Point Tunneling Protocol) enables secure data transfer from a remote location to the NAS by creating a virtual private network (VPN). PPTP is supported on Windows, Mac, Linux, and mobile devices. Enter the IP address of the VPN server or QNAP cloud name. Pre-Shared key Enter the VPN pre-shared key. Important: This field is How to setup PureVPN on QNAP Feb 22, 2018 Setting up VPN Connections to Your QNAP NAS – Richie Pham The reason was that I found that I could only VPN into the NAS using PPTP on Windows when I’m outside of the local network. On the local network, Windows was able to connect with L2TP/IPsec. Forwarding Ports in your Router. As suggested by QNAP in their VPN tutorial, log in to your router’s web interface and enable ports 500, 1701, 1723

Hi all, I’m trying to configure OpenVpn server on my QNAP (QTS -453A). I can connect to the server without problem (Client on Windows 7). The problem is that although the user I’m using to connect to the vpn server can only access to its home directory, if I open the VPN IP of the NAS from Explorer , I can browse all the shared directories.

TS-453DU - Hardware Specs | QNAP (US) Powered by an Intel® Celeron® J4125, quad-core 2.0 GHz processor, the TS-453DU features two 2.5GbE RJ45 ports, providing up to 2.5 times the speed of Gigabit Ethernet and enabling smoother multimedia playback and everyday usage. With a PCIe Gen 2.0 x 2 slot, the TS-453DU provides flexibility in extending NAS functionality, allowing you to install various cards for extra network ports, M.2 QNAP Intros TS-251+ and TS-451+ High-value NAS Servers

Mar 10, 2017

How to Setup a VPN PPTP Connection on the QNAP NAS