VPN Client for F2-210

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dadahmmya
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VPN Client for F2-210

Post by dadahmmya » 26 May 2020, 23:57

Hi there,

Can anyone from TM let me know whether there is likely to be a VPN client app available for the F2-210 NAS at any point?

Is it on the development roadmap?

I see there is a VPN app for -220+ models, does this mean it might happen for -210 in future?

Thanks

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Re: VPN Client for F2-210

Post by TMSupport » 27 May 2020, 10:28

Sorry to tell you that there is no plan for 210 models supporting VPN at the moment.

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Re: VPN Client for F2-210

Post by dadahmmya » 27 May 2020, 14:27

Ok, thanks for the reply :(

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Re: VPN Client for F2-210

Post by dginesp » 11 Jun 2020, 04:20

I see this one in my F2-220 (TOS 4.1.24). Is this currently valid? I don't see information about how it really works. Is it using "OpenVPN" tool product?

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Re: VPN Client for F2-210

Post by TMSupport » 11 Jun 2020, 14:49

F2-220 does support VPN. You can install VPN Server on your TNAS to set it as VPN Server, the available modes are Open VPN, PPTP VPN, L2TP/IPsec.

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Re: VPN Client for F2-210

Post by Southland » 03 Aug 2020, 02:31

TMSupport wrote:
27 May 2020, 10:28
Sorry to tell you that there is no plan for 210 models supporting VPN at the moment.
I recommend that you reconsider. Your competitor Synology has a much better app selection for their basic NAS in the same price range, the Synology DS220j. I have both the F2-210 and F4-210 (2GB) and the app selection is poor.

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Re: VPN Client for F2-210

Post by macmpi » 07 Aug 2020, 14:42

I have not checked if it works, but you may want to try the Docker route, such as: https://hub.docker.com/r/dperson/openvpn-client/ or similar.
There might need some particular setup to do so that host (core NAS services) can leverage vpn tunnel (proxying or else): you might find support/tutorials in related sites.

Surely something interesting to investigate & sort-out.
TerraMaster F2-210 under TOS 4.1.30, RAID1, Btrfs, serving Mac, Linux & Windows clients

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