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  • [6.8.0] Unable to add more than one NIC at a time to VM


    harshl
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    UNRAID 6.8.0

    When creating a new VM and adding multiple NICs to the VM, you have to add one, generate the MAC, update the VM, edit the VM again, add the NIC, generate the MAC, update the VM, lather, rinse, repeat, until you have all of your desired NICs.

     

    Is it possible to make it so we can add many NICs in one motion (one update to the VM)? I honestly don't recall if this was possible in prior releases.

     

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    I can confirm this is a bug and it affects more than just adding a network controller.  Will ask the dev team to look into this...

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    3 minutes ago, jonp said:

    I can confirm this is a bug and it affects more than just adding a network controller.  Will ask the dev team to look into this...

    Awesome, thanks for the response! Sure do appreciate all of the work you guys do!

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