In this guide, we will teach you how to use your Seedbox’s HTTP Web Access, so you can browse to any file in your remote server right from your favorite web browser and download it via a direct HTTP link.

Tip: Direct HTTP links work greatly with download managers.

Find your credentials

– Begin by Login to your Client Area.

– Click on your Seedbox under the Services like on the picture:

– Navigate to the URL of your Seedbox WebUI

– Find your credentials by clicking on Show Password under HTTPS Web Access.

Log in to HTTPS Web Access

After all informational info is gathered, try to access your Web Interface.A warning will be displayed because browsers complain against self-signed certificates. It is safe to proceed and you can accept those certificates.

A warning will be displayed because browsers complain against self-signed certificates. It is safe to proceed and you can accept those certificates.

This certificate helps encrypting this connection and it is secure (not unlike the warning suggests).

Here is how it looks like on Google Chrome and Chromium based browsers:

Now just click on Proceed:

It's very similar procedure on the Firefox, Safari and other browsers.

In the next window, you will be prompted with Apache login window like on the picture. Enter credentials that you’ve gathered previously.

Again, it will look differently on different browsers, but it's all very similar.

Browsing the HTTPS Web Interface

If you’ve logged in successfully, the next window will look like on the picture:

From here, you can browse your Home directories, and when you click on the file it will be downloaded via HTTP method.

On the bottom of the page, you can find links for your torrent clients.

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