How do I enable and configure QuickConnect on my Synology NAS?

To enable and configure QuickConnect on your Synology NAS, please follow the steps below:

Step 1: Enable QuickConnect

To enable QuickConnect, log in to your Synology NAS's web interface and follow these steps:

  1. Go to "Control Panel" and click on "QuickConnect."
  2. Tick the checkbox next to "Enable QuickConnect."
  3. Provide a QuickConnect ID that will be used to access your NAS remotely.
  4. Click "Apply" to save the settings.

Step 2: Configure QuickConnect

After enabling QuickConnect, you can configure its settings to best suit your needs:

  1. Authorization:
  2. Specify whether to allow connections from all QuickConnect-enabled devices or only from devices linked to your Synology account.

  3. Security:
  4. Choose between using a secure connection (SSL/TLS) or a non-secure connection (HTTP).

  5. Network:
  6. Configure the port forwarding settings if necessary.

  7. Service:
  8. Select the services you want to enable for QuickConnect, such as File Station, Photo Station, or Surveillance Station.

  9. Connection Speed:
  10. Choose the appropriate connection speed to optimize performance.

Step 3: Access your NAS remotely

Once QuickConnect is enabled and configured, you can access your NAS remotely using the QuickConnect ID. You have the following options:

  1. Web browser access:
  2. Open a web browser on any device and enter "[your_QuickConnect_ID]" to access your NAS's web interface.

  3. Mobile apps:
  4. Install the appropriate mobile app (e.g., DS file, DS photo, DS video) on your iOS or Android device and log in using your QuickConnect ID.

By following these steps, you will be able to enable and configure QuickConnect on your Synology NAS, allowing you to easily access your files and services remotely.

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