FRITZ!Box 6840 LTE Service - Baza wiedzy

FRITZ!Box 6840 LTE Service
Not your product?
This document is also available for the following products:

Accessing storage (NAS) over the Internet via FTP

If you use the storage function (NAS), you can allow FTP clients such as Cyberduck, FileZilla, or WinSCP to access certain contents of storage connected to the FRITZ!Box. This way you can allow friends and relatives to access your pictures and videos from your last vacation over the Internet, for example.

Note:You can also use just a web browser instead of an FTP client to access FRITZ!NAS contents over the Internet safely and conveniently.

Requirements / Restrictions

  • The FRITZ!Box must obtain a public IPv4 address or an IPv6 address from the Internet service provider.

Important:Some of the settings described here are only displayed if the advanced view is enabled in the user interface. The configuration procedure and notes on functions given in this guide refer to the latest FRITZ!OS

1 Preparations

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

Setting up a MyFRITZ! account and determining the domain name

With MyFRITZ! you can even access your FRITZ!Box over the Internet at all times if its public IP address changes on a regular basis, for example after being automatically disconnected by your Internet service provider:

Note:If you already use a different dynamic DNS service, you can also use this service instead of MyFRITZ!.

  1. Set up a MyFRITZ! account in the FRITZ!Box.
  2. Determine the MyFRITZ! domain name of the FRITZ!Box.

2 Setting up FRITZ!Box users

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

  1. Click "System" in the FRITZ!Box user interface.
  2. Click "FRITZ!Box Users" in the "System" menu.
  3. Click the button (Edit) for the user who is to access the storage (NAS) over the Internet,
    • or, if you have not configured any users yet:
      • Click the "Add User" button and enter a name and password of your choice for the user in the corresponding fields.
  4. Enable the option "Access from the Internet allowed".
  5. Enable the option "Access to NAS contents".
  6. Click the "Add Directory" button.
  7. Enable the option "All storage available on the FRITZ!Box" if the FRITZ!Box user should be allowed to access all storage available on the FRITZ!Box,
    • or, if the user should only be allowed to access a particular storage or a particular folder:
      • Enable the option "Select folder".

      ATTENTION!If you grant access to all folders, then the user can access all of the faxes, answering machine messages, and any online storage you may have configured.

  8. In the "Directory" section, assign the user read and write permissions to the storage.
  9. Click "OK".
  10. Click "Apply" to save your settings.

3 Setting up Internet access to storage (NAS)

  1. Click "Internet" in the FRITZ!Box user interface.
  2. Click "Permit Access" in the "Internet" menu.
  3. Click the "FRITZ!Box Services" tab.
  4. Enable the option "Internet access to your storage media via FTP/FTPS enabled".
  5. Enable the option "Allow only secure FTP connections (FTPS)" only if access from the Internet should always be encrypted.

    Important:The software used to access the storage from the Internet (for example web browser, FTP program) must also support FTPS. Should you have questions, contact the software manufacturer.

  6. Click "Apply" to save your settings.

4 Accessing storage (NAS) over the Internet

  1. Call up the address ftp://[MyFRITZ! domain name of the FRITZ!Box] in the FTP client.

    Example:
    ftp://pi80ewgfi72d2os42.myfritz.net

  2. If you are asked to enter a user name and password, enter the name and password of a FRITZ!Box user who is authorized to access FRITZ!NAS contents from the Internet.