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EBOX-N - The Open Source NAS

Postby DAToptic.Support » Wed Jul 28, 2010 10:34 am

Please post any question or comment about our eBOX-N, the Hardware raid with FreeNAS embeded
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How to set up ISCSI with our eBOX-N

Postby DAToptic.Support » Thu Dec 16, 2010 6:42 pm

Here are steps by steps of setting up iSCSI with our eBOX-N - base on FreeNAS

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How to set up RSYNC to backup Windows data

Postby DAToptic.Support » Fri Dec 17, 2010 5:47 pm

There are many way to use our eBOX-N to remote backup your server data:
1) Use VPN and mount iSCSI volume of eBOX-N to server and use it as a back-up drive
2) Use NasBackup and RSYNC service in eBOX-N to remote back your data.
More detail on NAS BackUp go here
3) Remote back up using Syncrify - Here is how to
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Secure your EBOX-N - The Open Source NAS

Postby DAToptic.Support » Thu Dec 30, 2010 9:40 am

Here are how to to secure your eBOX-N

These are suggested by FreeNAS Forum:

Q: How do I make sure my FreeNAS server is secure?
A: You can ensure basic security by following the FreeNAS Security Checklist:
Change the WebGUI admin/root password (the default is: freenas)
Use a very strong password if you intend to access FreeNAS over the Internet.
Please note - admin/root accounts use the same password.
Please note - Users that are members of the wheel group can su to root if they know the root password.
Change WebGUI admin user name (the default is admin), to protect your system against dictionary attacks.
DO NOT give shell access to everybody.
DO NOT use FTP over the Internet, use SSH or SFTP instead.
DO NOT enable Password Authentication with SSH, set-up and use SSH key based authentication.
Always use https protocol to access WebGUI interface.
DO NOT open your WebGUI server to internet, rather open a tunnel via SSH from client to server.

For more detail go to Phan's Blog
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