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Use S3 Browser with Telnyx Storage
Use S3 Browser with Telnyx Storage

Simplify your cloud storage management by following our guide to configuring S3 Browser with Telnyx Storage.

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Written by Telnyx Engineering
Updated over a week ago

S3 Browser is a graphical user interface for managing files on Amazon S3 and other cloud storage services that implement the S3 API. It provides a simple and intuitive way to upload, download, and manage files, as well as perform advanced operations such as setting object metadata, versioning, and access control policies, all through an easy-to-use interface.

How to configure S3 Browser to work with Telnyx Storage

  1. Download and install the latest version of S3 Browser here!

  2. Start S3 Browser. If this is your first time using S3 Browser, a window should pop up to Add New Account. If you have previously used S3 Browser, click on Accounts in the top left corner, and then click on Add New Account

    "Add new account" section of the S3 browser.

  3. Enter the following information and then click Add New Account to create a new account for Telnyx Storage:

    1. Display Name: Anything you want! Give this connection a name of your choosing

    2. Account Type: Select S3 Compatible Storage from the dropdown menu

    3. REST Endpoint: Copy and paste one of our available API Endpoints.

    4. Access Key ID: copy and paste your Telnyx API Key in this field.

    5. Secret Access Key: The secret access key is not used by Telnyx Storage, but S3 Browser will complain if it doesn’t exist. Type out anything you want here, as long as it doesn't include spaces, quoting, or special characters of any kind.

      "Add new account" section of the S3 browser.

And that’s all there is to it! You are now ready to use S3 Browser with Telnyx Storage to manage your data. If you had previously created buckets, they will appear in the application window (see image below).

Pictures of previously created buckets.

Additional Resources

For more information on how to use S3 Browser to manage your data, check out their user guides here.

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