I’m in the process of putting MyCloud single-bay devices in our remote offices and would like to have them backed-up to a share on a server at Corporate that is, in turn, backed up by our regular backup product. Seems that a Safepoint would be the solution, but I’m not able to see anything that’s not on the same network segment as the MyCloud. Am I missing something, is there a better solution, or can it just not be done?
A single bay MyCloud has no remote backup capabilities by default.
I am having the same problem. I want to make a safepoint on another NAS on another LAN. Is there a way to map the remote NAS to an IP in the local LAN IP range so that it will show up on the My Cloud list of storage options?