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  1. That was exactly the issue, thank you! I'm pretty new to this home lab thing and didn't realize the IPMI is dedicated in that manner. Now I can continue with my setup! I was able to login using the IP address which appeared before the login prompt.
  2. Thanks for the suggestion. I just tried this and am encountering the same issue. I ran a new diagnostics file which I've attached. junkbox-diagnostics-20200830-2016.zip
  3. Hi all, I've gone through the process of installing Unraid to a USB drive and once I insert it into the server chassis it is booting into Unraid without issues. It stops at the login prompt with the tower name which I gave it (Junkbox). This is the default boot option and not GUI mode. Now I am able to connect to my server via the IP address (gives me the Supermicro IPMI web GUI), but I can't connect to the Unraid web GUI via the tower name (http://Junkbox). When I booted the server up it says IPv4 address: not set. I've attached the diagnostics file. Any help is appreciated. Thanks junkbox-diagnostics-20200830-1808.zip
  4. Hi all, I've been researching here and there over the last few weeks on building my own NAS with this chassis. If you could pick any motherboard/processor combo for a low power solution which would you recommend? Since this will be a dumb NAS only for storage and not for transcoding or anything like that I'm guessing that means it doesn't need a high performance processor. I'm thinking about an E3-1230v6 with an X11 board based on some of the ideas I've seen. Others have suggested Ryzen, but I'm not sure if it makes sense for my application. Any input or ideas are appreciated.