I gave up on making Apache run on my vDSM 7 (I’m more familiar with Apache’s htaccess), but whatever.
Anyone knows how to redirect 80 to 443 for web station websites?
Searching the internets, I found a few things that didn’t work.
Hi, hope someone can help with this: I have two sites hosted on my Synology, both have been working without problems for a very long time. After the latest DSM update, one of them is now unavailable, and I just can't figure out why.
Web station is set up and showing "normal" for both virtual...
I cannot access the web station pages internally for my 2 root domains. Subdomains are not a problem internally.
Externally, I can access the root domains via https with no problem.
3 synologys with 1 main providing reverse proxy, and DNS Server for...
How do I turn off HSTS for an internal only site served through Web Station?
I've been trying to set up a test website just for my own experimentation on my local network (not available outside my home) and I'm struggling with HSTS errors. I've searched and tried every suggestion I could find...
- Web Station (currently Nginx, PHP) and the 'web' shared folder on an SSD storage pool for performance
- Media Server 'video' shared folder (indexed) on an HDD storage pool for capacity
I would like to serve 'video' files via web browser / http using a home-brew PHP app, while...
I am trying to setup a php website. Trying to troubleshoot this issue I have an index.html with an iframe that shows the index.php page.
The html page has a red and white flag background.
When I got to the site, it pulls up the html page and loads the flag background, but then gives me errors...
I bought a DS213J for some basic file sharing, and now realise I've got a little webserver and loads of functionality which is all a pleasant surprise. I'm now contemplating that I might use the web server and install something useful and or fun.
I know this is a fairly open question, but...
On my Web Station I have it working fine with PHP 7.4, but I also have older PHP packages installed: 5.6, 7.2 and 7.3.....
The question is am I safe in removing the older packages? I 'know' the answer is yes, but I'm playing safe and looking to double check with you guys, just in case.....
I am hosting a webpage from my Synology using Apache 2.4. It is a genealogy website with a Maria database backend. I had been using it for years without an issue on apache 2.3 but after migration to 2.4 I can no longer get to the 'admin' page when I log into my website. I detailed...
Happy New Year to everyone (Posting this on 1st Jan 2021)
1. Took a static IP from Internet Provider
2. Registered a domain from ionos.com (let us consider example.com)
3. Created the below DNS records @ ionos (Masking the ip address and domain name)
4. Installed DNS Server...
I am my migrating an Apache website to my Synology NAS. A portion of the website needs to be password protected and each user needs to have a unique username and password. On my old server, I used mod_authn_dbd And MySQL. I can’t seem to get it to work on the Synology NAS. It seems as though...
I am building a Django Website from Docker, which is in bridge mode and running. But it can only ping-ed within SSH in SynoNAS. I read port mapping would be a nice solution, but how? e.g. within my home network it would look like:
http(s)://DSM:12345 => my Django website in Docker...
I join you because I can't find a solution to my problem! Sorry for my English, I am French.
After trying to stop Apache 2.4 from the package center, access to DSM via the Web no longer works!
Shortly before, I had followed this to customize 404 errors: Personnaliser la page d’erreur...
My virtual hosts gives me 403 errors all the time, it worked fine on my previous installation so perhaps I've forgotten something but what? :)
I've tried lots of stuff now for hours but I'm not sure what to do now. :/
I have Web Station setup on my Diskstation to act as an API for my IOT devices. That I have working from the public internet as required by IFTTT (port forwarded in my router). The only problem is, I would also like my Diskstation to connect to a VPN, so that other services like...
I'd like to run Apache server on my DS218+. I need it only inside the home network. I don't need Wordpress/Joomla etc.
I only need Apache for presentation a simple static content.
I have experience with AIX and running Apache.
I installed package Apache 2.4, Web station say Apache is running...
I'd like to to ask how to setup Synology and Wordpress that I can:
- host multiple domains/webpages with wordpress
- each page maintained by different users - webpage admins (kind of webhosting)
- I want that each webpage admin can have his own Cloud Sync access to his folders with the web...