Windows 10 NAS – Network management

In ITE2 NAS [Settings/Network Management] Page, You can set up IP, Wi-Fi, and DDNS settings for you ITE2 NAS. [IP settings] and [Wi-Fi settings] is based on the network settings in Windows 10. [DDNS settings] is the special feature, when you are in external network, you still can access files by a unique URL.


IP Settings

If you want to set up IP address for NAS, click [OK] to start IP Settings.

Network management - IP Settings


If you choose [Manual input IP address] to create your static IP address, then you can set up your internal IP address for NAS.

Manual input IP address


If you choose [Automatic obtain the IP address], you can obtain an Auto IP address for NAS.

Automatic obtain the IP address


Wi-Fi settings

You can set up the wireless network settings on this page. This function would not be available if your ITE2 NAS did not install a wireless network card.


Click [Search network] and choose your Wi-Fi hotspot, select the network and enter the password, click [OK]. Then you can connect to the internet.

Wi-Fi settings


DDNS Settings

This function can help your NAS by adding an independent website address so that you can connect to your NAS by this address through the external network. A NAS can have 3 sets of DDNS at most.

Click [Settings> Network Management> DDNS Settings] to the DDNS page, then click [Create DDNS] and enter your DDNS name and your email. After entering, check [I agree to the ITE2 NAS terms and Privacy Policy] and click [Next] to finish your DDNS settings.

DDNS Settings



After finish settings, you can modify the mail, DDNS name, or DDNS IP address you already set up at any time, or even delete that DDNS setting.

Edit DDNS Settings



  • Due to ISP will update dynamic IP irregularly (about 7 days), so if you are using DDNS Service, your ITE2 NAS will check/update dynamic IP per 30 minutes.
  • If your network environment has a router; you need to go to the port forwarding in router setting page and open 80 and 443 port on the NAS IP address. For more information, please refer to DDNS settings.



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