Remote access to your LaCie NAS is available using:
While Wuala by LaCie and LaCie MyNAS are easy to configure and use, they differ in how users can access and manage data from remote locations. LaCie MyNAS gives users remote access to the Dashboard, including the File Browser to upload and download files via the internet. Wuala offers file system integration on a PC/Mac as well as access to the Dashboard. Please note that both options are available to the LaCie NAS administrator and users.
Follow the directions below to configuring LaCie MyNAS and see Hybrid Cloud: Wuala & LaCie NAS for details on configuring Wuala.
For a video demonstration, see here (youtube).
If your name is already chosen, type a new one and click Apply until you find an available name.
If you receive an error that your LaCie NAS is unable to connect to the internet:
If the issue is related to your router, you will need to access its administration page in order to forward a port (by default, 8080), which will create a path from your LaCie NAS to the internet. Refer to your router's documentation for details.
Once configured, simply type your LaCie NAS's URL into any browser, anywhere.
Your URL will be: mynas.lacie.com/name
After you input the URL, you will be asked to log in to the Dashboard. Note that this username and password are the credentials created by the administrator in Dashboard > Users.
Once logged in, you will be able to access the Dashboard in order to administer your LaCie NAS (if you have administrative privileges) or access the File Browser. The File Browser lets you upload, download, and stream many types of multimedia files such as mp3 (see File Browser).
LaCie MyNAS is compatible with iOS devices. See the iOS App Store for details.