Access Synology DSM from the internet with a Reverse Proxy

Update:

For DSM 5 the paths are changed:

  • DSM 4: /usr/syno/etc/httpd-ssl-vhost.conf-user
  • DSM 5: /etc/httpd/sites-enabled-user/httpd-ssl-vhost.conf-user

I want to be able to access my Synology Disk Station Management (DSM) from the internet in a secure way through https.

DSM is standard running on the Synology in https mode on port 5001, so we need to setup a reverse proxy in apache:

Access the Synology with SSH using Putty, en type the following commands in the shell prompt to navigate to the right folder:

For DSM 4:

cd /usr/syno/etc/

For DSM 5:

cd /etc/httpd/sites-enabled-user/

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Run sabnzbd+ behind Apache on Synology

Update

Since DSM 5 the paths are changed:

DSM 4:

  •  /usr/syno/etc/httpd-ssl-vhost.conf-user
  • /usr/syno/apache/conf/httpd.conf-user

DSM 5:

  • /etc/httpd/sites-enabled-user/httpd-ssl-vhost.conf-user
  • /etc/httpd/conf/httpd.conf-user

I’m an owner of a Synology DS211 and i have installed Sabnzbd+ on it, using this helpful package http://synoblog.superzebulon.org/2011/09/sabnzbd-0-6-9-1-spk/ (add it to your favorites, it’s a really nice site with more packages to download).

My  Synology is running on the latest 3.2 firmware.

After installation Sabnzbd+ is running on the following address http://private-diskstation-ip:8080, and i wanted to make it accessible in a secure way from the internet.
I want to be able to access the sabnzbd+ instance only from https and with a user/password prompt.

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