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Remotely Access Your Cisco NSS322 NAS Device (Part 2 - Signing up and configuring DDNS)
Note: This tutorial was designed as a continuation of another Tutorial.
1Signing up with a free TZO Dynamic DNS 30-day trial
You will now see the main page of the Cisco/Linksys TZO Dynamic DNS signup page. Make your product selection as shown below. We select Cisco NAS on the left and click next.
2Select Cisco NSS Smart Storage Device
You now want to select the Cisco NSS Smart Storage Device as your product selection as shown below.
3Select the TZO 30 Day Trial
Here you can select to try TZO for 30-days free, or you can purchase a subscription to the TZO DDNS service. TZO offers 1 or 2 years of service at a discounted rate for Cisco/Linksys customers. You can even add and register a custom domain name such as yourname.com to your Cisco NSS instead of the TZO Branded domain name.
4Enter in your Serial Number
You now need to enter in your Serial Number of the Cisco NSS Smart Storage device to continue. You can find your serial number on the back of the Cisco NSS as shown in the screenshot below.
5Select your TZO Domain to use
You now want to select the domain name to use with your Cisco NSS. Make your domain selection and then click next.
6Enter your Email Address
7Completing the TZO signup process
You have now completed the TZO signup process and TZO has emailed your TZO trial key and account information to your email address you just provided.
8Log back into your Cisco NSS
You now want to log back into your Cisco NSS Smart Storage device using the discovery tool or via your browser. Once you login, you want to go back to the ADMINISTRATION section, then click NETWORK and finally click the DDNS tab as shown in the screenshot below.
9Entering in your TZO DDNS Account information
Now that you clicked the DDNS tab you need to select the ENABLE DDNS Service checkbox and make sure TZO is selected as your DDNS Service Provider in the drop-down list as shown in the screenshot below.
Enter in your TZO DDNS account information as shown. You should also check the CHECK THE EXTERNAL IP ADDRESS AUTOMATICALLY if you are using your Cisco NSS behind a router, firewall or NAT device. This will use external WAN IP checking to update the IP address at TZO if the WAN changes at anytime. You should set this to 15 minutes or higher.
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- Setting a Static LAN IP Address on your Cisco NSS Smart Storage Device
- Remotely Access Your Cisco NSS322 NAS Device (Part 2 - Signing up and configuring DDNS)
- Using TZO DDNS with your Cisco NSS322 Networked Attached Storage Device (Part 3 - Port Forwarding and Testing)