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    • SSL for "downloadeSabnzbdrs"

      Hello guys :)

      Here I'm back with another (maybe silly) questions.

      I know that OMV WebUI relies on nginx, while other WebUIs doesn't (Sabnzbd, Transmission, etc).

      I'm wondering, is there an easy way to publish these plugins over HTTPS?

      Perhaps we know transmission is (usually) published on port 9091 and that is plain HTTP.
      If the website requires authentication, the credentials will be sent in clear text and can perhaps be sniffed via NetMon, WireShark, netsh, etc.

      Is anybody publishing Transmission and the other downloaders (Sabnzbd, SickRage, CouchPotato and Headphones) over SSL?Perhaps I would like to have nginx listening on port 19091 (opened on the firewall) and have nginx to proxy the connection to localhost:9091 (while port 9091 is not opened on the firewall and in OMV firewall is only allowed to/from localhost).
      I'd like to use a similar approach with the other downloaders, 10000 + actual port or something down this line.

      I would like to use the same certificate for all the above as the FQDN is going to be the same or, anyway, even in the case I were using other FQDNs instead of ports (i.e. transmission.omv.domain.com) I would solely use one SAN certificate so to have a single point where it needs to be updated upon renewal.

      Thanks,
      Tommy
    • kavejo wrote:

      Is anybody publishing Transmission and the other downloaders (Sabnzbd, SickRage, CouchPotato and Headphones) over SSL?


      Most of them have it right in the plugin. Just need to click it. If ProxyPass is used it utilizes the SSL cert that is uses for the OpenMediaVault WebGUI.

      Greetings
      David
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