MyNAS provides direct access to NAS OS using an internet browser. However, MyNAS does not offer the type of file integration found with Sdrive. Therefore, files must be uploaded and downloaded via the File Browser (see File Browser.
If your name is already chosen, type a new one and choose 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 must access its administration page in order to forward a port (by default, 8080), which creates a path from your LaCie NAS to the internet. From the router’s administration page, select its port forwarding tab to assign a port to the LaCie NAS. Refer to your router's documentation for details.
Once a port has been selected on your router, you must assign the port on the LaCie NAS:
Once MyNAS is successfully configured, simply type your LaCie NAS's URL into any browser, anywhere.
Your URL is: mynas.lacie.com/mynas_name
The mynas_name is the name selected on the remote access page and not the NAS's network name.
After entering the URL, you are prompted to log in to the Dashboard. Enter the username and password created by the administrator. Once logged in, an administrator can administer the NAS. Users and administrators can use File Browser to upload and download files (seeFile Browser).