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Accessing FRITZ!NAS over the internet

You can always use a web browser to easily and securely access http://fritz.nas from anywhere to upload and download files, or play multimedia content such as photos or music.

Note:For smartphones and tablets, we recommend using MyFRITZ!App. If you do not want to allow files to be changed, download links are recommended.

Requirements / Restrictions

Note:All instructions on configuration and settings given in this guide refer to the latest FRITZ!OS for the FRITZ!Box.

1 Preparations

Configuring a USB storage device for use as storage (NAS)

Setting up MyFRITZ!

Register the FRITZ!Box with MyFRITZ! so that it can be reached on the internet at any time at a fixed MyFRITZ! address:

2 Setting up FRITZ!Box users

To access the FRITZ!Box over the internet, you must set up users in the FRITZ!Box and allow them to access storage (NAS) contents from the internet:

3 Accessing FRITZ!NAS over the internet

  1. Call up the address https://[MyFRITZ! address of the FRITZ!Box]/nas in a web browser. If the FRITZ!Box does not use the default HTTPS port 443, add the HTTPS port used by the FRITZ!Box to the MyFRITZ! address.


  2. In the corresponding fields, enter the username and password of a FRITZ!Box user who is authorized to access NAS contents from the internet and click "Log in".