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I left this default since there was no reason for me to change the WebGUI port

This is ALSO the port Sonarr/Radarr and other services will use to connect to qBittorrent

!Networking: qbittorrent

Listening Ports

With VPN
  • No need to port forward on your router
  • If you want fast seeding, you will need a service that supports port forwarding
  • I use Mullvad, and changed the port below to the port that was allocated to me by Mullvad
Without VPN
  • You can leave the port default without a VPN
  • If you want fast seeding though, you will need to port forward this port on your router

!Networking: qbittorrent



The setup is default

!Storage: NZBGet


  • media is the dataset I created for my media here: Dataset Creation
  • media is also the dataset that hosts all nested folders for my media, as shown in the tree structure here: Folder Structure
  • Qbittorrent only needs to access the /media/download/torrent folder, so I gave it access to that folder only
  • Sonarr/Radarr will be able to hardlink files from the download directory, since they both will be seeing the folders they require
qBittorrents Scope
media (dataset) 
├── download
│   ├── usenet
│   ├── syncthing
│   └── torrent <Has access to everything below here>
├── library
│   ├── movies
│   │     ├── anime
│   │     ├── kids
│   │     └── standard
│   ├── series
│   │     ├── anime
│   │     ├── kids
│   │     └── standard
│   └── music

!Storage: NZBGet


  • Using a Wireguard setup
  • Add your LAN network to the killswitch section (the internal isn't necessary anymore)

!Storage: NZBGet