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System Setting : Security
Last Updated 3 years ago

Go to "Control Panel" > "System Settings" > "Security" to configure the relevant security settings of your NAS.

Security Level

Specify the IP address or the network domain from which the connections to the NAS are allowed or denied. When the connection of a host server is denied, all the protocols of that server are not allowed to connect to the NAS.After changing the settings, click "Apply" to save the changes. The network services will be restarted and current connections to the NAS will be terminated.

Network Access Protection

The network access protection enhances system security and prevents unwanted intrusion. You can block an IP for a certain period of time or forever if the IP fails to login the NAS from a particular connection method.

Certificate & Private Key

The Secure Socket Layer (SSL) is a protocol for encrypted communication between the web servers and the web browsers for secure data transfer. You can upload a secure certificate issued by a trusted provider. After uploading a secure certificate, users can connect to the administration interface of the NAS by SSL connection and there will not be any alert or error message. The NAS supports X.509 certificate and private key only.

Download Certificate: To download the secure certificate which is currently in use.

Download Private Key: To download the private key which is currently in use.

•Restore Default Certificate & Private Key: To restore the secure certificate and private key to system default. The secure certificate and private key in use will be overwritten.

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