I was also already trying to install this one, but I have already so many ports in use that I have to look what port I should use for this. This link comes from the site you have given. Nginx Proxy Manager
let us try! but i stuck already at the beginning. There are my questions:
1. can i use a default nginx from synology or is it better to install another one via docker?
2. i'm using already MariaDB 10 with my Webstation. Can i use this DB for Nginx proxy manager?
3.where to place config.json on Synology?
4.I've never used docker-compose, but ist already installed on my Syno.
Where to place docker-compose.yml?
You can place it anywhere where docker will "see" it. As long as it can read the file it will be able to trigger it. So the location is up to you regarding name of the folder(s) but keep in mind that docker needs to have read permissions there
you got me! i've no clue)))
I'll better wait for step by step help, like you did it with bitwarden.)))
i found this board regarding to your bitwarden tutorial, that was very helpful and successful on my Syno installation.
@jphermans: since you have it running, does it provide advanded configuration than our application portal reverse proxy does?
@alfabravo: I would strongly suggest not to run the application on bare metal. I am not sure what it does to the nginx config, if the Syno-Modules and Nginx Proxy Manager try to controll the same set of configurations... I would use the container, which should have an embedded nginx, controlled by the Nginx Proxy Manager. Running it inside the container does not prevent you from adding reverse proxy rules to other web applications outside the containerized world.
@one-eyed-king: since you have it running, does it provide advanded configuration than our application portal reverse proxy does?[/qoute]
That's what I try to find out. Since I am not working with letsencrypt but have my own ssl paid certifcate, i can't find how to set this up. The container is running but without configuration.