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NAS 108

NAS gebruiken met Apple macOS

Een cursus over toegang tot uw NAS via macOS en het uitvoeren van back-uptaken met Time Machine.

2021-10-20

COURSE OBJECTIVES

Upon completion of this course, you should be able to:
1. To open the files on your NAS with macOS
2. to use Apple Time Machine to back up your NAS

CONDITIONS

Course Prerequisites:
None

Of students are expected to have a working knowledge of:
Apple macOS

OVERVIEW
1. Configure your NAS
1.1 AFP file services Enable
1.2 Support Time Machine Turn

2. Configuring Apple macOS
2.1 Connecting your NAS via AFP
2.2 Using Time Machine to back up your NAS

1. Configure your NAS

1.1 Enable AFP file services

STEP 1

  • Log in to ADM, and then select [Services] → [AFP] .
  • Uncheck [Mac File Service (AFP) Enable] in.

1.2 Support Time Machine Enable

STEP 1

  • Uncheck [Enable support Time Machine] , and then select from the dropdown list the folder where you want to save your backup (in our example, "TMBackup").
  • When you're done, click [Apply] .

2. Configure Apple macOS

2.1 Connecting your NAS via AFP

STEP 1

In macOS, select [Start][Connect to Server ...] .


STEP 2

In the field [Server Address:] , enter the IP address of your NAS and then click [Connect] (example: afp: //172.16.1.206).


(example: smb: //172.16.1.206).






STEP 3

Select the folder in which you want to connect and click [OK] (in our example, "TMBackup").


STEP 4

For example, the screen should look like when your connection with the NAS is made.


2.2 Using Time Machine to back up your NAS

STEP 1

To open Time Machine, select the Apple menu [System Preferences ...][Time Machine] .

 

STEP 2

When it is open, make sure the Time Machine slider to the "ON" state. You can see the previously specified folder "TMBackup". Select the folder and then click [Use Backup Disk] .


STEP 3

Enter the username and password for your NAS and click on [Connect] .


STEP 4

For example, the screen should look like after the configuration is complete. You can see information for the folder name, space, oldest backup, latest backup and next backup.


Note: For more information about Time Machine is available in Mac 101: Time Machine (http://support.apple.com/kb/HT1427).

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