Ok! There are many articles out there about how to run iTunes from an external drive and/or NAS drive. However, what none of them seem to cover is the way you can connect to that external/NAS drive from outside your home network. Here is the situation I am trying to solve for: I have a MacBook Air with a 500 GIG HD and my iTunes library itself is around 500 GIG. I have moved the entire iTunes library to an external drive but hate the fact that I need to carry that drive around with me all the time just to use iTunes. I also have a WD My Cloud drive which I tried to put the library on. The issue there was the connection when outside my LAN. I tried connecting over SSH and FTP using CloudMount. I can see all the files but the iTunes library file will not run. I am also using a DDNS site to route incoming requests to the drive. Again, all that works to SEE the files but will not let you RUN the iTunes library file itself. So, I am trying to figure out the easiest way to do this where I can run iTunes over an external/NAS Drive and connect and run iTunes from ANYWHERE (with international access). Any help would be greatly appreciated!