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The name of the Backup to an external storage device page is self-explanatory.

You can set up data backups from the TS-109Pro II to a remote server or vice versa on the Remote Replication page.

You can Backup/Restore/Reset Settings on the namesake page.

You can write IP addresses that will not be allowed to connect to the NAS on the IP Filter page.

The Network Recycle Bin page allows to create a kind of Windows’ Recycle Bin.

You can allow users to connect to the NAS via Telnet or SSH on the Remote Login page.

The QPKG page contains a manager of packages that can add to the functionality of the NAS by installing new programs. This is a potentially huge advantage but we couldn’t find any packages available for the TS-109Pro II.

 
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