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Docker Install nginx-proxy-manager

In this resource I will show you how to install the "Niginx-Proxy-Manager" docker container on synology. For this container we need also a working mariadb/mysql database. This database install is not included in this installation process. This you have to do before. When the database-server is running you have to create a empty database for NPM (my example is npm).

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You also have to create the config.json file like described on the site. In the json file following lines must be entered:
Code:
{
  "database": {
    "engine": "mysql",
    "host": "db",
    "name": "npm", name of the database
    "user": "npm",  user name database ex. root
    "password": "npm", password of this user.
    "port": 3306
  }
}
Create a folder nginx-proxy-manager in the docker shared folder and copy the .json in this folder.

Then from your docker app in synology goto registry and download the image "jc21/nginx-proxy-manager".

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After downloading goto image and select the downloaded image and click launch button:

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Give your container the name you want to give or leave it default and then click on advanced settings:

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Next screen: enable autostart

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Next: screen: create volumes
Start with add file and select here the json file you have created:
Then make the two other folders with "add folder" button. Your screen must look like this:

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Network is bridge.
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Ports outside container you have to choose:

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Then make a link with your database: select the database container and give it an alias name: example db

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Environment: add "DISABLE_IPV6:true" if you don't use ipv6.

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Click apply -> next -> apply to start to create and start the container.
Then surf to http(s)://nas-ip:portnumber to open the configuration.

Default Administrator User
Email: [email protected]
Password: changeme

I did not check how to setup letsencrypt or any other ssl certificate.



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