So I have just had help from a friend to make my NAS safer and he was trying to help me with access to the Hub One while out and about.
At the moment I would remote desktop in and then access the ip.
What I have done for the NAS is set up putty to SSH tunnel into the NAS so I log in then in a web browser go to localhost:xxxx (xxxx being the port I need). This meant I could lose Myusername.Nasprovider.com:xxxx
He helped me set up Putty and we tried to set 192.168.1.254 as a local host connection and it told me I was unable to do it. (403 Forbidden)
Has anyone else done anything similar?
(So I access the network at home through the NAS using SSH)
NOt quite as you are tying it, but my synology nas has a vpn server installed on it, I VPN into that form outside when abroad, set up the ports on the hub one to forward vpn to the nas and that works fine, can watch iplayer then ;-)
Do you have to use SSH / does your nas support a VPN?