Enable SSL for Bliss on Synology
It took me quite a bit of troubleshooting to figure out why Bliss wouldn't load; turns out I had my Synology DSM setup to configure HSTS and enforce HTTP->HTTPS switch in the browser. It woudl be great if Bliss could run using SSL with the certificate already present on my Synology NAS.
You could set up a reverse proxy on the Synology to provide authentication, e.g. https://www.blisshq.com/music-library-management-blog/2017/03/07/setting-up-bliss-authentication/
Hi, I would like to add my thumbs up to this request.
My Nas is reachable with a custom domain address, and using the right port
1. anyone can access Bliss (!) and mess up with my albums.
So currently I'm limiting the access using IP on my router.
2. Contrary to Synology Apps, it does not require any login/password nor DSM connection to work.
To answer to Dan : on Synology NAS indeed, we can force access through IP or Custom Domain to "upgrade HTTP connection to HTTPs" in DSM settings. So any access to Synology apps / DSM would fallback to HTTPs and would not allow HTTP connection.
Christian L. commented
SSL support would be nice to secure the website eg. for SynologyNas.
May with an option to select the certificate that should be used.
Exactly the same problem with my synology installation. Unfortunately doesn't work with HSTS configured on my Synology DSM setup. Hoping to be fixed soon.
Thanks - so does this happen to all HTTP traffic to the NAS's IP?
Hi - can you explain what you mean by "synology servers, configured with HTTPS access" - are you referring to a setting in DSM?