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    ssh not supported by my nas (backup my nas)

    hello,
    my nas do not support SSH, I can not use this connection line:
    Code:
    rsync --partial -rauv --rsh='ssh -p 23777' admin@192.168.0.8:/volume_1/* /dev/sdb/
    I would like to know how to use "rsync" without securing my connection knowing that I am behind a hard firewall, which line of code should you enter?

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    Re: ssh not supported by my nas (backup my nas)

    You might set up nas to automount at point like "/mnt/nas", then just rsync "mnt/nas/xyz /dev/sdb/".

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    Re: ssh not supported by my nas (backup my nas)

    i try :
    [root@localhost phipo]# rsync "/Volume_1 /dev/sdb"
    rsync: change_dir "/Volume_1 /dev" failed: No such file or directory (2)
    rsync error: some files/attrs were not transferred (see previous errors) (code 23) at main.c(1189) [sender=3.1.3]
    [root@localhost phipo]# rsync "//nas-tera/Volume_1 /dev/sdb"
    rsync: change_dir "//nas-tera/Volume_1 /dev" failed: No such file or directory (2)
    rsync error: some files/attrs were not transferred (see previous errors) (code 23) at main.c(1189) [sender=3.1.3]
    how to mount a network samba volume, what is the syntax

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    Re: ssh not supported by my nas (backup my nas)

    Quote Originally Posted by philo
    how to mount a network samba volume, what is the syntax
    mount -t cifs -o user=username //192.168.1.1/share /mnt/somepath

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