How do I access SSH on QNAP?

How do I access SSH on QNAP?

1. Enable SSH service on the NAS

  1. login NAS by admin.
  2. Find Control panel > Network & File Services > Telnet /SSH.
  3. Enable Allow SSH connection.

How do I access the QNAP command line?

Re: How do you get to a Linux command prompt?

  1. Click Start->Run->type “cmd” [Enter]
  2. type (without quotes) “telnet A.B.C.D 13131” [Enter], where A.B.C.D is an IP address of your NAS and 13131 is a port number set in “Remote login” page.
  3. type login name – it is always “admin”
  4. type your admin password.

What ports need to be open for QNAP?

I – What Is The Port Number Used By QNAP NAS?

  • FTP – 21 by default and configurable.
  • Passive FTP port – 55536 ~ 56559 by default and configurable.
  • SSH – 22 by default and configurable.
  • SMTP – 25 by default and configurable.
  • Web Server/HTTP – 80; HTTPS – 8081 by default and configurable.
  • Netbios/SAMBA – 137, 138, 139, 445.

Can I connect QNAP directly to PC?

If you are planning to connect your Qnap NAS to your PC over USB, then no, you can not no it with every model (just few). If you want to connect your NAS directly, you can do it. Set up manual IP on your PC and NAS with a one in the same IP range.

How do I SSH into a NAS?

Login into your NAS then go to Control Panel / Terminal & SNMP / Terminal tab – Check Enable SSH service and set port 22 then click Apply.

How do I connect to QNAP NAS directly?

Connect Qnap directly to a PC over LAN

  1. Make sure that the 2 devices are in the same IP subnet. For example: PC 1 IP address: , subnet: NAS Drive ip address: , subnet:
  2. Discover your NAS Through the Qfinder Pro discovery tool.

Can I connect NAS via USB?

If you are planning to connect your Synology NAS to your PC over USB, then no, you can not. NAS means network attached storage and is being connected to a network. Once added as a network drive, the new drive will appear in your drive list on your PC or Mac. If you want to connect your NAS directly, you can do it.

How is SSH Configuration controlled on a QNAP?

SSH configuration is controlled by the file /etc/ssh/sshd_config. This file has a line: and it is that line which limits SSH logins to the user admin. Unfortunately it isn’t easy to change that file. Firstly, changing configuration files like this is an advanced system administrator act, requiring you to log into the command line of the QNAP.

How to connect to QNAP from a Linux terminal?

To connect to the QNAP from a Linux or Mac terminal session use the following commands: Our eaxmple uses as the device address – replace this with the IP address of your QNAP NAS as displayed in the “QNAP Finder” application: ssh -l admin

How to find your SSH key in cPanel?

Run the following command: ssh -p port -i ssh-key user@IP where port represents the port number, ssh-key represents the file path to your SSH key, user represents your username, and IP represents your IP address. For example: Enter your SSH key password.

How to find the IP address of a QNAP?

On a Linux or Mac computer you may use the native command ssh from a Terminal (on a Mac see the Terminal within Utilities in Finder). Use the QNAP Finder application to find the ip address of the QNAP or the QNAP hostname. e.g. or TS251.local