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Alternative for NETGEAR ReadyCloud and ReadyNAS Users

February 3, 2024

Use Remote.It to replace NETGEAR ReadyCloud

NETGEAR ReadyCloud users are looking for a new remote access solution after NETGEAR announced discontinuing the service before July 1, 2023.  ReadyCloud was initially launched with ReadyNAS NAS storage products and then later with NETGEAR routers to provide remote access to files stored at home or in the office.

The remote access or file sync storage use case is widespread, and many solutions exist, including Google Drive, Box, Dropbox, and more.  The cloud-based solutions offer a great option depending on your use case, storage amount, and the features you seek.

  • If you want to manage your NAS or router configuration (a local web page hosted by your device) while remote...
  • If you are looking for a solution to access more than just your NAS or router, such as accessing computers, cameras, Raspberry Pis, IoT devices, and more...
  • If you are looking for a solution to manage your on-premise and public cloud-hosted resources, such as an EC2 instance in AWS or a MySQL database in Azure...
  • If you are looking for a solution to share your private resources without setting up a VPN that overprovisions access by granting access to an entire subnet...
  • If you are looking for a remote access solution that doesn't require a public IP address and port forwarding...

If any of the above is interesting, check out Remote.It

Setting up Remote.It for ReadyNAS

The simplest way to get started is by installing our desktop application on Windows, Mac, or Linux.  

Get Started Here

From there, you can add a jumpbox service to your NAS or router.

Setting up Jump Services


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