Installed and how to use it?

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alohame
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Installed and how to use it?

Post by alohame » Wed Oct 07, 2015 4:29 am

I supposed its a cloud service installed on NAS and reached from any ware by port forwarding. But it did not work.

Any idea what is it and how is it going to be used?

Thanx

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Re: Installed and how to use it?

Post by pwilson » Wed Oct 07, 2015 7:25 am

alohame wrote:I supposed its a cloud service installed on NAS and reached from any ware by port forwarding. But it did not work.

Any idea what is it and how is it going to be used?

Thanx



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QNAP Object Storage Server (OSS) App enables the QNAP Turbo NAS to support data access using S3 and OpenStack-compatible object storage protocols, which are now the most popular standards for accessing cloud storage. OSS App complements the accessibility and compatibility of your Turbo NAS, allowing you to enjoy the growing number of versatile applications designed for cloud object storage, including backup & archiving, content delivery, and document management.​QNAP Object Storage Server (OSS) App enables the QNAP Turbo NAS to support data access using S3 and OpenStack-compatible object storage protocols, which are now the most popular standards for accessing cloud storage. OSS App complements the accessibility and compatibility of your Turbo NAS, allowing you to enjoy the growing number of versatile applications designed for cloud object storage, including backup & archiving, content delivery, and document management.​


That is "what it is".

Check out QNAP Tutorial: Hosting S3 and OpenStack-compatible object storage services in QTS

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alohame
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Re: Installed and how to use it?

Post by alohame » Wed Oct 07, 2015 11:05 am

Have missed the tutorial section,

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Re: Installed and how to use it?

Post by shooding » Tue Jul 19, 2016 3:35 pm

Following the tutorial to install OSS on my TS-563
and map virtual host of ossdev.myqnapcloud.com pointing to my NAS.

I got 401 while connecting with Cyberduck using the correct accessKey = storageaccount:ID and secretkey = secret
as appended snapshots.

Please help me solve 401 issue.
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Re: Installed and how to use it?

Post by ccolotti » Mon Jan 01, 2018 12:06 am

Same issue here cannot log into the storage account with the shown format. Always returns access denied. This is **. I opened a support case and they have no idea

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