garga wrote:I would like to use a photo sharing solution that resides on the ReadyNAS alone and does not require any third party website registrations.
I carefully read the description of the Photo add-on but it is still unclear to me if and how the service interacts with readynasphotos.com. Seems that you access the photos on the NAS using a link like USERNAME.readynasphotos.com. Can you access the photos without going through a third party site (potential privacy issues like tracking come to mind)? Also the tutorial for activating the service does not mention opening of ports on the router, I wonder how the photos are accessed remotely (off-site).
I am open to other type of photo access as well - seems the device can have PHP/mysql software installed but as I am not very familiar with *nix don't know if software like Gallery (http://gallery.menalto.com/) would work satisfactory?
Thanks for your ideas!
I think Netgear should make something like Synology did. Their photoscript is loaded directly from the NAS and you just have to drag and drop your photos and videos into the /photo/ folder on the NAS. The script creates thumbnails automatically and via http://yourexternalip/photo/ you open your albums straight from your NAS. No need to install extra software !
pugilares wrote:readynasduo wrote:It is possible pretty much like this with ReadyNAS also.
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