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Enable SSH Access on the SS4200-E

Page history last edited by Wesha 11 years, 7 months ago

After some playing around (and someone else finding the root password on the unit), the easiest way to enable ssh is:

 

  1. Boot the NAS up.  We assume you've stepped through the standard setup process via the NAS Web page and have set the admin password.
  2. Navigate to http://nas_ip_address/support.html and enable remote ssh access.
  3. SSH to the device and login as root with a password of 'soho<admin_password>'.  Eg if the admin password was 'pAssword', the root password for the NAS would be 'sohopAssword'.

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