How to Remote Backup Local NAS to Remote NAS ‑ DNS‑320, DNS‑320L / DNS‑320L to DNS‑320?

Procedure for the following models:

• DNS-320L to DNS-320
• DNS-320 to DNS-320

Step 1 – Enter the management web GUI of your router

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Depending on your router, you will need to allow the following ports:

Port 22 – SSH

Port 873 – RSYNC

Both of the above mentioned ports need forwarding to the local DNS-320L address as follows:

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Remote NAS Setup

Step 2 – Enter web GUI of the NAS by entering the IP address into a web browser

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Step 3 – Enter the password and click on “Login”. Once logged into the ShareCentre Management Page, go to Remote Backups

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Applications > Remote Backups > Server

Remote Backup Server:

Enable remote backup service (click here)

Password: (Enter the password used at login)

Then click on “Save Settings

Step 4 – Go to the LOCALLY based DNS and configure as follows:

LOCAL NAS Setup

Step 5 – Enter web GUI of the NAS by entering the IP address into a web browser

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Step 6 – Enter the password and click on “Login”. Once logged into the ShareCentre Management Page, go to Remote Backups

Applications > Remote Backups > Server

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Remote Backup Server:
Enable remote backup service (click here)

Password: (Enter the password used at login)

Then click on “Save Settings

Step 6 – Click on “Remote Backups” then “Create”

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Click “Next

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Service type: NAS to NAS

Backup Direction: Local to Remote

Click “Next

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Task: Remote (Here you can type a mean full name)

Folder Path: Volume_1 (Click on “Browse” to search for the folder path to backup)

Click “Next

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Remote IP: Here you will need to find the EXTERNAL IP for the router

Password: Enter the password used to log into the REMOTE NAS

Enable encryption: Select here

Ignore existing file(s): Select here

Click “Next

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Remote path: Select the folder on the REMOTE NAS to backup to

Click “Next

Step 7 – Schedule Settings – You are able to select from either of the following:

• Manual

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Click “Next

• Once

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Month: 09 Day: 25
Hour: 22 Minute: 30

Click “Next

• Schedule

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Click “Finish” to see the backup schedule created as below

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Step 8 – If the backup has not been started you may click upon the icon under “Backup Now” where you should see the “Status” percentage appear until backup has completed
NB: If you see the following screen, this means you have not setup the correctly; port forwarding rule in the router or password isn’t correct:

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