Prowlarr is an indexer manager which supports both Torrents and Usenet indexers.
Prowlarr can be installed in the client area from the available applications page.
Click the green Install button to install the Prowlarr application.
Once installed the application can be accessed through the installed applications page.
Connect rtorrent/rutorrent to Prowlarr
In Prowlarr click the settings option in the left hand column.
Once the settings page opens go to the download clients option.
Once the download clients page opens, click the + box to add a download client.
The next page will display a box for each download client, on this page click the box named rtorrent.
Now we can enter the details for rutorrent to connect this to Prowlarr.
Host:nlxxxx.dediseedbox.com (This is the hostname you use to access your service without the https:// part)
Port:443 (The rutorrent port is always 443)
Username:(Enter your rutorrent username)
Password:(Enter your rutorrent password)
Once these details are entered click the Test and then Save button.
Connecting Sonarr/Radarr to Prowlarr
Go to the settings in Prowlarr.
When the settings page appears click the Apps option.
Now click the + button to add Sonarr/Radarr
When the next page appears click Sonarr/Radarr to add the application details, in this guide we will be adding Radarr.
Prowlarrr Server:https://nlxxxx.dediseedbox.com:12345 (Enter in this field the full URL you use to access Prowlarr)
Radarr Server:https://nlxxxx.dediseedbox.com:12345 (Enter in this field the full URL you use to access Radarr)
ApiKey: (The API key is taken from the Radarr settings in the General section)
Click the Test button and then Save.
The process is identical for adding Sonarr to Prowlarr.
There is a separate guide in our wiki for adding Flaresolverr to Prowlarr.
Prowlarr can be updated by clicking the restart Prowlarr button in the client area.
If the SSL certificates for Prowlarr expire these can be updated by clicking the restart Prowlarr button in the client area.