Synology

An alterative up-to-date tutorial from third-party is here.

This tutorial is based on latest DSM v6 and v7.

Install Docker

Open Package CenterInstall Docker

Install RustDesk Server

Search rustdesk-server in Docker’s registry and install by double clickInstalled rustdesk-server image, double click to create rustdesk-server container

Create hbbs container

As mentioned above, double click on rustdesk-server image to create new container, set it name to hbbs.

Click on above Advanced Settings.

  • Enable auto-restart

  • Enable Use the same network as Docker Host, for more about host net, please check.

  • Mount a host directory (e.g. /home/rustdesk/) to /root, hbbs will generate some files (database and key files) in this directory which need to be persistent over reboots.

MountFiles generated in the host directory
  • Set command

    Synology’s OS is Debian based, so host net (–net=host) works fine, we do not need to map ports with -p option.

    192.168.16.98 is an internal IP used here for demonstration only, please set it to a public IP when you deploy (or you can use your DDNS address if you have configured one in “Control Panel → Connectivity → DDNS”) and don’t forget to open ports on your router and your Synology firewall if this is enabled (“Control Panel → Connectivity → Firewall”)!

  • Done

Create hbbr container

Please repeat above hbbs steps, but name the container hbbr and command (for Set Command Step) should be hbbr -k _.

hbbr/hbbs containers

Double click on container and check logDouble confirm hbbs/hbbr using host network

Retrieve your Key

Browse to the folder setup before using File Station, download id_ed25519.pub and open with a text editor to via your key.