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Sonarr basic configuration




Firstly enable authorization under Sonarr so that no one can access it without authorization. Please note that it is very important. Go to settings -> General and under Security configure the username and password, you can use any authentication method. 

To configure download clients, go to settings -> Download Clients and enable advanced settings with button Show Advanced.

rTorrent

Name - name it as you wish
Enable - tick it
Host - your server hostname, can be found in the manager
Port - 443
SSL - tick it
Url Path - /username/rutorrent/plugins/httprpc/action.php - where the username is your service username
Username and Password - your service login details

Scroll down and click Test, if everything is OK then Save.


Deluge


Name - name it as you wish
Enable - tick it
Host - your server hostname, can be found in the manager
Port - 443
SSL - tick it
Url Base - /username/deluge - where the the username is your service username
Password - your service password
Category - it must be empty if Label plugin is not activated/configured in Deluge


Scroll down and click Test, if everything is OK then Save.


Transmission


Name - name it as you wish
Enable - tick it
Host - your server hostname, can be found in the manager
Port - 443
SSL - tick it
Url Base - /username/transmission - where the username is your service username
Username and Password - your service login details

Scroll down and click Test, if everything is OK then Save.


qBittorrent


Name - name it as you wish
Enable - tick it
Host - your server hostname, can be found in the manager
Port - 443
SSL - tick it
Url Base - /username/qbittorrent - where the username is your service username
Username and Password - your service login details

Scroll down and click Test, if everything is OK then Save.



NZBGet


Name - name it as you wish
Enable - tick it
Host - your server hostname, can be found in the manager
Port - 443
SSL - tick it
Url Base - /username/nzbget - where the username is your service username
Username and Password - your service login details
Category - must be empty if not configured in NZBGet

Scroll down and click Test, if everything is OK then Save.


SABnzbd


Name - name it as you wish
Enable - tick it
Host - your server hostname, can be found in the manager
Port - 443
SSL - tick it
Url Base - /username/sabnzbd - where the username is your service username
API Key - taken from SABnzbd, go to SABnzbd Config -> General, under Security you can find API Key

Username and Password - your service login details
Category - must be empty if not configured in SABnzbd

Scroll down and click Test, if everything is OK then Save.





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