I have a home cloud storage (WD my cloud home single 4tb) and I want to be able to access it from my website, how can I do this?
5/6/2018 8:42:46 PM
You could just set up a web server if your files are readable on the browser
What data do you need from it?
if your home cloud system have an internal ip adress on your local lan you can do port forwarding on router and configure service like no-ip or dyndns.
If you have website at home you can use owncloud and specify your HD as storage.
firstly, how's the web done? i mean, js, css, html, a full stack (mean for example) depending of it and the lenguage in server side you can do one or another way
i agree with Toni Isotalo , you can create a webserver (in PHP it's relatively easy, being a beginner even)... that's a pretty good solution...
does it means that, your web is hosted on a external server but you want to load resources from your local cloud? as a resources/server provider i guess...?
Just reading files, for example reading text, xml or json files
if it's located on a LAN, just configure it, set a firewall for cloud... i guess.. 😛
Ok. Sorry but I am quite new to anything to do with the web, how would I setup a web server?
I do not host my own website
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