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Bitwarden (Vaultwarden) in Docker on a Synology NAS

FAQ

Q: I have opened port 443 on my router, but the page just times out after a long time.

A: First of all check the port is open via https://www.grc.com/x/portprobe=443 if it is reported as closed your ISP may be blocking the port, meaning you will need to manually work around this by opening port 8122 and directly mapping this to vaultwarden.

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31 Comments

  1. Travis Travis

    So after I setup the reverse proxy and try to access the URL, I’m getting that an error from Pfsense that reads, “Potential DNS Rebind attack deteced, see (DNS Rebinding wiki page), Try accessing the router by IP address instead of by hostname

  2. Will8475 Will8475

    cannot get this to work. It keeps redirecting me to DSM login page.

      • Will8475 Will8475

        Yes I’ve used the https://bitwarden.mydomain.me. It just keeps redirecting me to DSM. I even reverse proxied another container to see if I was doing something wrong. It worked perfectly.

        • Dr_Frankenstein Dr_Frankenstein

          Have you managed to get to the admin panel yet to update it with your domain name.

          • Will8475 Will8475

            I just fixed it. I had to clear the cache on Chrome for it to work. Thank You for responding

          • Dr_Frankenstein Dr_Frankenstein

            Ahh glad it was a simple fix

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