Java | Performance | TechnologyJPA implementation patterns: Field access vs. property access
Vincent Partington 13 Jun, 2009
cd /usr/syno/etc/For DSM 5:
cd /etc/httpd/sites-enabled-user/Then we need to edit the ssl host configuration file:
vi httpd-ssl-vhost.conf-userI want to access my DSM using this domain name: dsm.MYOWNDOMAIN.org, like https://dsm.myowndomain.org, so we need to add a new host section, append this section in the open file:
<VirtualHost *:443> ServerName dsm.myowndomain.org SSLEngine On SSLProxyEngine On ProxyRequests Off ProxyVia Off <Proxy *> Order deny,allow Allow from all </Proxy> ProxyPass / https://localhost:5001/ ProxyPassReverse / https://localhost:5001/ </VirtualHost>It’s obvious that you have to change .myonwndomain.org with your real domain name. Save the file and exit vi. Don’t forget to set up your DNS to point to your external IP address, and to open port 443 in your router and direct the requests to this port to your Synology internal ip adres. We need to restart Apache the load the changes we have done: For DSM 4
/usr/syno/etc.defaults/rc.d/S97apache-user.sh restartFor DSM 5
httpd -k restartNow you will be able to access your Synology DSM from everywhere using https!