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  1. I do the same with cloudflare DDNS, wasn't sure if there was a way to accomplish it using a cloudflare SSL cert. Sounds like it isn't supported by minecraft yet
  2. I really just want to obscure my wan IP and be able to give my nephews a URL to connect to my server (i.e minecraft.somedomain.com)
  3. Has anybody figured out a way to add a Cloudflare SSL cert to this Minecraft container for purposes of proxying the external facing IP? Is so how did you accomplish it? If it cannot be done this way than what are the best practices for securing an external facing Minecraft server?
  4. And it appears that I'm in the wrong forum!
  5. I don't run bedrock, I run the java version of Minecraft. I don't see any documentation on it but normally that doesn't stopped skilled people from figuring out a way to make it work :D.
  6. I have a suggestion for an additional feature. Is it possible to get a log or progress bar so we can keep track of how the downloads are going?
  7. Has anybody figured out a way to add a Cloudflare SSL cert to this Minecraft container for purposes of proxying the external facing IP? Is so how did you accomplish it? If it cannot be done this way than what are the best practices for securing an external facing Minecraft server?
  8. For anyone having issues setting up unbound on Unraid here is a pretty good tutorial that I followed: It is using a different docker repo but it's easy to setup and works flawlessly
  9. Does the non standard port for the container need to match the SRV record port on cloudflare?
  10. Is there anyway to setup this container to utilize cloudflare proxied IPs? I want to setup expose this to the internet but I want it accessible through Minecraft.domain.com and not my home IP
  11. Is anyone having issues setting up radarr with nzbhydra? I was able to setup lidarr and sonarr just fine but when I try to save my radarr setup I am getting this error: Error: The requested operation requires an element of type 'Number', but the target element has type 'String'. Unexpected error: Radarrv3 returned error message: The requested operation requires an element of type 'Number', but the target element has type 'String'. I am assuming from the error that my categories in radarr are wrong. I have tried to add a category 2000 in radarr but that didn't help. Does anyone know what the proper categories to use with Radarr and hydra2 are? Thanks in advanced
  12. What do you have set for network in the docker container? If you right click on the container does it show webui as an option? If network is set to none it wont populate the option to launch the webui and that would explain why your other containers cannot connect to hydra
  13. Am I able to preserve the rest of my data or will I need to start from scratch?
  14. Due to some constraints I built my unraid server without a parity drive. I just got purchased 2 new drives and now I want to install them and make 1 a parity drive. All of my server bays were previously full so I was unable to integrate the drives into the array without replacing them first. How do I integrate these new drives into the array without an existing parity drive? Is this possible to do or am I stuck rebuilding with a new configuration? The 2 newly installed drives are currently running through the pre-clear process.
  15. How would I go about resetting the admin password for Organizrv2?