Recently I a TPLink C200 router and an EAP Wifi6 Access Point. To run these in Omada cloud router mode, I decided to install the Omada controller software . Since I already had a Synology NAS, I decided to go the route of installing the controller as a docker container in Synology NAS.
The docker image to use was Mbentleys latest 4.3 image at that time available here
When Creating the Container, the Advanced Settings were defined
Code language: HTML, XML (xml)
====== VOLUMES ======= LOCAL FOLDER CONTAINER PATH docker/docker_data/omada-data /opt/tplink/EAPController/data docker/docker_data/omada-work /opt/tplink/EAPController/work docker/docker_data/omada-logs /opt/tplink/EAPController/logs === ENVIRONMENT VARIABLES ==== MANAGE_HTTP_PORT=8088 MANAGE_HTTPS_PORT=8043 <- The NAS IP and This Port will be used to access GUI PORTAL_HTTP_PORT=8088 PORTAL_HTTPS_PORT=8843 SHOW_SERVER_LOGS=true SHOW_MONGODB_LOGS=false SSL_CERT_NAME="tls.crt" SSL_KEY_NAME="tls.key" TZ=Etc/UTC
Container was started and the GUI is accessible on NAS IP at port 8043
Next Steps – Watchtower
Plan on following this tutorial for Watchtower and Portainer LINK