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Tutorial How to SSH into a NAS?

In DSM go to Control Panel > Terminal & SNMP > Terminal tab


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Check Enable SSH service and set your port (it is strongly recommended not to use port 22, but to change it to something else).


Open Terminal (Mac) (on Windows machine open CMD (Command Prompt) or PuTTY program for instance) and type:

ssh [email protected]_ip -pSSH_port_number

Tap Enter.


Example:
ssh [email protected] -p22

Now you are in your NAS.



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