Transmission web ui reverse proxy with IIS

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ketosketos
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Transmission web ui reverse proxy with IIS

Post by ketosketos » Thu Jan 17, 2019 11:47 am

Hi,
Has anyone attempted to create a reverse proxy for Transmission web ui with IIS. I've been trying to do so for a couple of days, and so far I've only managed to get a white static web page which seems like the transmission web ui without the buttons and functions. Any support is much appreciated.


Thanks in advance

killemov
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Re: Transmission web ui reverse proxy with IIS

Post by killemov » Thu Jan 17, 2019 12:29 pm

On IIS ... okay ... [Insert joke about rocket science here]

https://blogs.msdn.microsoft.com/friis/ ... orld-apps/

Note that the trailing slash for your Transmission URL is important. Have you checked the HTML source code of the blank page you got? Clear the browser cache clear to make sure you're not looking at remnants from a previous configuration.

ketosketos
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Re: Transmission web ui reverse proxy with IIS

Post by ketosketos » Thu Jan 17, 2019 1:07 pm

Thanks, it worked :) I had been following an irrelevant guide :) Can you point me in the direction that I could go to get an email once a download is done? :) I'm using docker and the docker compose file and plan to use a gmail account and the gmail smtp server, if any of these details are relevant. :)

killemov
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Re: Transmission web ui reverse proxy with IIS

Post by killemov » Fri Jan 18, 2019 12:35 pm

Currently the only way to do that is with a script. I think you need to create a .bat file to do that on Windows and configure that in Transmission. Any particular reason to run Dockerized Transmission?

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