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    Question Reverse Proxy to TCP/UDP over 443?

    Hello everyone, i'm using the built-in Synology Reverse Proxy quite frequently and it works without an issue for my subdomains. Besides to ports 80/443 i have two more ports open on my router for forwarding. One TCP for the Synology Drive syncing-thingy. And One UDP for VPN. Is it possible to...
  2. Rusty

    Docker Tornote - Self-destructing notes (Docker)

    Short tutorial for running Tornote docker image. Using this image Docker Hub you can set up and run Tornote, a simple self-destructing note environment. You will need a PostgresDB instance running with a database of your choice and a user with R/W permissions. Considering that there is no...
  3. WST16

    Question Hide the port of a file upload request?

    Hi, Is it possible to use the reverse proxy service to hide the port of an upload request? Let’s say that I have this link for an upload request: https://xyz.synology.me:5001/sharing/Zha1UhRtN I want to map it to: https://upload.xyz.synology.me I’ve tried configuring it like we usually...
  4. DeltaGolf

    Question Reverse Proxy

    I did have a Reverse Proxy working but I broke some other stuff and now on recreation it doesn't work.... I've installed Nextcloud in a Docker. It works! Its on port 8080, wise folk here suggest a RP and so I have set up the subdomain nextcloud.mydomain.tld. The DNS (external) is set and...
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    Question Reverse Proxy for subdomain redirects to main DSM interface

    Hello everyone, I've had a DS1019+ for several months and everything has been working just great. I have set DSM to be available on two non-standard ports (12344 and 12345) and have reverse proxy set up so that I can access it at Web Hosting, Domain Name Registration | Mydomain and all other...
  6. Mnl-

    Solved Run AdGuard as DNS on my NAS through Docker

    Hi there, Very happy to find this place where I might get some precious help! I'm running through docker and docker-compose, AdGuard (kind of PiHole) on my Synology NAS. My NAS is up to date. As I want to use it as DNS on my router, I need it run on the port 80 (as not all devices can manage a...
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    Solved TVHeadend Docker Web UI using https and reverse proxy

    Hi I'm going through all my running containers and putting them behind synology's reverse proxy and SSL but I've not managed to do it for TVHeadedend. The Web UI (port 9981) runs fine using the local IP 192.168.2.20:9981 but when I put this behind a reverse proxy it fails to load. Anyone else...
  8. Rusty

    Tutorial http to https redirect

    This will be a quick tutorial on http to https redirect for all of you using Synology reverse proxy (usually in a combination with Docker containers) or in general any means to host any content on your NAS. Why is http to https needed? Well for one it will force any attempts to access your...
  9. Shoop

    Solved [NGINX] Custom Reverse-Proxy configuration issue

    Hi all, First of all, happy holidays to everyone. Since I have installed BitwardenRS and configured the NGINX-RP to access it, I was wondering if I could also use NGINX to redirect every other applications of the NAS. I was able to test various things but it still do not suit my expectations...
  10. Rusty

    Tutorial Synology Reverse Proxy

    This tutorial will cover a few short steps that you need to know and setup in order to make your apps and services accessible via the internet (or LAN) using a specific domain name and custom (or default) port. It will also help you to avoid exposing your real IP address, custom port or simply...
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