This addons has several configurable options :
- allowing to mount local external drive, or smb share from the addon
- alternative webUI
- usage of ssl
- optional openvpn support
- allow setting specific DNS servers
The installation of this add-on is pretty straightforward and not different in comparison to installing any other add-on.
- Add my add-ons repository to your home assistant instance (in supervisor addons store at top right, or click button below if you have configured my HA)
- Install this add-on.
- Click the
Savebutton to store your configuration.
- Set the add-on options to your preferences
- Start the add-on.
- Check the logs of the add-on to see if everything went well.
- Open the webUI and adapt the software options
Webui can be found at http://your-ip:8080, or in your sidebar using Ingress.
The default username/password : described in the startup log.
Configurations can be done through the app webUI, except for the following options
Network disk is mounted to /mnt/share name
GUID: user GPID: user ssl: true/false certfile: fullchain.pem #ssl certificate keyfile: privkey.pem #sslkeyfile whitelist: "localhost,192.168.0.0/16" # list ip subnets that won't need a password (optional) Username: "admin" #username to access webui. Please change it as the default is admin for all installations. customUI: selection from list # alternative webUI can be set here. Latest version set at each addon start. DNS_servers : 126.96.36.199,188.8.131.52 # Keep blank to use router’s DNS, or set custom DNS to avoid spamming in case of local DNS ad-remover SavePath: "/share/qbittorrent" # Define the download directory networkdisks: "//SERVER/SHARE" # optional, list of smb servers to mount, separated by commas cifsusername: "username" # optional, smb username, same for all smb shares cifspassword: "password" # optional, smb password cifsdomain: "domain" # optional, allow setting the domain for the smb share password, same for all smb shares openvpn_enabled: true/false # is openvpn required to start qbittorrent openvpn_config": For example "config.ovpn" # name of the file located in /config/openvpn. openvpn_username": USERNAME openvpn_password: YOURPASSWORD
Use the qBittorrent integration