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    nuhll
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    So i get annoyed by this alot. EVERY TIME i restart my server it does a parity check, yesterday i JUST finished a parity check and did a NORMAL RESTART and again it startet a parity check....

     

    PLEASE (!!!!!!!) stop wasting my hdds.

     

    I thought it will only do a parity check when SOMETHING bad happend....? But it does it every time, what a freaking waste?

     

    Anyway, i wanna have a option to DISABLE these automatic parity checks. Ive set an intervall on which i wanna check my drives, nothing more, nothing less, thanks.

     

     

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    nuhll

    Posted (edited)

    U need to do it in their crappy app, u can tjust change the mac.

     

    Steps:

    remove every ip forward for both ip addresses one by one 

    remove reserved ip for both devices

    reserve both ips again

    add every single port forward to the correct machine

     

    and this all via app on mobile... u will have many errors and fails and need to start from scratch and or restart google app. If u just need good wifi, this is the best router ever, but if you want to do ANYTHING on your network, its just a scam.

     

    At the end of the year, ill get 1gbits and will switch complete to fritzbox gear, like their router and their wifi extenter mesh thingys.

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    And you can't just assign a static IP to Unraid and be done with it?

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    nuhll

    Posted (edited)

    1 minute ago, ken-ji said:

    And you can't just assign a static IP to Unraid and be done with it?

    U think the mighty google wifi would allow that? hahaha (u can do that ofc, but no port forwarding or traffic statistic or anything then for you)

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    ken-ji

    Posted (edited)

    and google won't let a device use a reserved IP unless the mac address matches?

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    8 hours ago, nuhll said:

    If u just need good wifi, this is the best router ever,

    Newsflash: Google wifi is not the best router ever. 

     

    There are many solutions that are far superior, aren't controlled by a crappy app, and can do simple things like port forwarding without needing sacrificial chicken slaughtering.  

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    I really tested many brands for wifi, and google was the best solution i tested, by far.

     

    Like i said, at the end of the year i get 1gbits and then i will use a fritz box behind a unifi usg + with their wlan equipment, then this problems will be gone forever :D

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