Cark

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  1. I recently came into possession of an external drive enclosure (with drives!) that has an SAS interface on the back. Is there a way for me to add that to my current array? I think I'd need a SAS card for my server, but I'm not sure what else. If it helps the enclosure is a REO 4600
  2. Don't know if this should be here or in the wireguard thread, but I was wondering if anyone knew how to route an incoming connection from wireguard (like if I'm remoting in from my laptop) through privoxy in deluge. I can't seem to find anyone else who's wanting to do this lol. When I was using openvpn to connect to my local network I could just turn on a proxy and boom I'm running through PIA, can't seem to figure out how to do that (or if it's possible) with wireguard.
  3. I switched to wireguard and turned off strict port forwarding and it's been working great. Good or maybe even better speeds than when I was using Ovpn with the strict port forwarding (when it worked), probably due to wireguard being more lightweight and I can choose a server that's closer.
  4. Hmm, I switched to the nextgen servers, but haven't looked into wireguard yet. I'll have to try it out.
  5. People using PIA. Has anyone found a way to make an endpoint work consistently? Or is everyone pretty much in the same boat? I usually have to spend like an hour trying different endpoints until downloads start working again. Edit: I've heard people say that they got it to work by setting strict port forwarding to no, but I've also heard that can impact speed. I'm also curious if there are any security risks with disabling that.
  6. I was having the same issue. Deluge for me wouldn't let me get into the webui unless it could connect properly to PIA. I think it has to establish the connection before it starts the deluge-web service. Basically, if you want to see if you're having the same issue a bunch of others are having take a look at the logs and see if you get "exit code 52" or "exit code 56." You can also just run deluge-web in the docker console and then you should be able to at least get to the webui. Also you can verify by turning off the vpn in the docker settings, and seeing if it automatically starts the deluge-
  7. Which server? I can't get any to work