Tip & How-To about NetGear ReadyNAS Duo RND2150 NAS server (S6819023) Network Storage Server

How to setup your Readynas to telnet mode

Steps on how to set your Readynas to telnet mode.
note : this is only for desktop type of Readynas

1. Turn off the nas
2. Get a pen or a paper clip that will fit on the reset button.
3. Hold the reset button while the power is off.
4. Turn on the Readynas after 30secs but still holding the reset button
5. You will only release the reset button after the 3rd blink on the drive lights.

test telnet by going to the dos prompt.
Click start run, cmd,.
Type telnet ip address of your Readynas.

you can also use a 3rd party software like putty

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