Synology package: Enable HTTPS by default

Added by Martin Neuß about 1 month ago

Hi,

as i ´ve already written i ´m new to redmine. i ´ve installed it on my synology ds920+ using the provided redmine package.

is there a way to enable https by default, preferably using the installed default certificates on my ds920+?

there is a way to do it manually (changing the environment settings, manually importing the certificate, …) but could it be done automatically?

with best regards

martin

Replies (2)

RE: Synology package: Enable HTTPS by default - Added by C S about 1 month ago

  1. Certifcate you can get over Synologysystem->certificates
  2. Export certifactes to redmine directory /certs
  3. Link out this directory in Docker Envoriment

RE: Synology package: Enable HTTPS by default - Added by Martin Neuß about 1 month ago

hi my solution:

i used the synology reverse proxy-functionality. i created an entry for the reverse proxy by creating a subdomain redmine (e.g. redmine.mydomain.dscloud.me - using the synology ddns-system) and linking its https-port to the containers http port. enabled hsts ind the reverse proxy-settings

worked without problems so now there is no conflict using the standard https port. sometimes other ports are blocked bei firewalls.

Martin

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