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  1. Agreed, same issue for myself. Rewording and a change in order possibly should be made. Just happy its working now
  2. Thank you, will let you know tomorrow if that works. I just typed something in the bot chat window and I also replied directly to one of the test, hopefully covering both possibilities
  3. Did you ever get a solution for this? This is the exact issue I am having. I have the bot set up, tests working no issues, email notifications coming in as expected but no bot updates except for when I run a test
  4. Just using the GUI, Apps tab and search for ftp, install Crushftp and click start from the Dashboard, when I removed it I did so from the Dashboard tab, right-clicked and selected remove
  5. Sorry, just to make it clear, it was Crushftp on Unraid that has banned my IP and as I cant get into it I cant change any settings. Looking for a way to reset that log or completely wipe the docker but every time I remove it and re-install it, it remembers and I still cant get in
  6. I am in the process of setting up my new Unraid server, I'm not very experienced with it so please bear with me as I am sure I am leaving some details out that you will need I am trying to transfer data from my old QNAP Nas to this new Unraid NAS and I was going to use FTP. I had this working before Christmas but one of the drives died before I could finish and I had to buy a couple of new drives and start again so I put it on the long finger over the holidays. I was using Crushftp last time to ftp the files across so when I went to start the process this time I attempted the same but I was clearly tired so when logging in I typed in the wrong password and seems that the ip address has been banned. I have tried removing the app and starting again but still says the same thing. Anyone know how to reset this?
  7. If you are new to building a NAS or running servers (as they differ from PC's a bit) and have questions like mine the guys at Level1 Tech are great, see my thread there
  8. TLDR: Read specs below in "New build, your help needed:", advice needed on new NAS build for home entertainment by newbie to NAS's building and operating but has hardware exp I'm going to build a new NAS for my sitting room, the last Plex update on my QNAP Server (TS-453A) caused issues, seems the CPU seems to be the issue, my skew is no longer supported. In fairness it has served me well and I’ve rolled back the server but that does not seem to have worked , I think wiping all the plex files might work but in reality its an old system so maybe its time to retire it to a security server and create something new. I've been doing a little research, reading and so on over the last couple of weeks and gone through a few iterations, mainly due to the location I had initially intended for the NAS to go in (small area) which I've now scrapped. Originally I had thought: Fractal Design Node 304, B460M-ITX/AC m-ITX, Intel Core i5-10400, Noctua NH-U9B, Corsair Vengeance LPX 32GB, Intel 660p M.2 512 GB, EVGA 500 W2 80+ & 4 port SATA 6 Gbps PCI Express SATA Controller (I already have tones of HDD's for it, most 4TB WD reds) But since between m-itx case restrictions and budget I've moved away from that, I'm now thinking (unless someone posts a good argument against it) of getting a cheaper ATX case, I'd like 6+ HDD's, M.2 boot drive (unless there is any reason not to go there). I'm mostly going to be doing 2k streaming via Plex, some downloading via a torrent server and mostly that's it, there will be some backing up of devices and so on but mostly Plex usage. New build, your help needed: Corsair Obsidian 750D Case (buying 2nd hand, getting HDD 2 cages and will buy a 3rd new, as I read they are scarce and its in stock now) Suggestion needed for motherboard (leaning in direction of MSI B460M-A-Pro, thoughts?) Intel Core i5-10400 Noctua cooler (suggestions welcome) 16/32 Gig advice wanted here Intel 660p M.2 512 GB (suggestions welcome) 500 power supply, looking for reliable but cheap, ideally modular (I can always want it all and compromise later 🤣) I already have tones of HDD's for it, most 4TB WD reds so all good here. Questions: Looking at unRAID, any hardware I need to avoid? Any reason to go for 32 gig of ram? Any reason I should include SSD's in the build as well as the M.2? 1 or 2 Intel 660p 512GB M.2's in raid? If 2, why? What is the benefit? I've a APC by Schneider Electric, is there any reason why that cannot be sat on, below or around the NAS once built? I will want the NAS to be powered by it. Thank you in advance