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  1. Thank John_M. Your post gave me an idea to see if the NIC was truly damaged. I powered down the server and removed the Unraid OS usb. Since it's a Qnap it reverted to it's original OS and I was able to find the server on my network via the Qfinder Pro tool. When I rebooted once again with the Unraid OS installed, it immediately appeared again on my network and I am able to access it again via the WebUI, so thank you!
  2. My network has had no issues connecting to my router/internet for a few years now with similar IPs. Everything else after the outage connected again just fine and most of my devices are assigned static IPs. I'm new to Unraid and after doing a little research, I read that it was best to leave the server unassigned on the router, so I did that, however I left the address on the server. I do have the ability to reassign my router's IP for my LAN network (which yes, usually have an internal private IP).
  3. I will reassign another IP to my router, hopefully, after this is all over and I reconnect to my server.
  4. No. My server IP is not a private IP, I understand this now. However, it is the IP of my network.
  5. The IP address allocated to my router from my internet service provider, is not the same as the addresses on my private network. My apologies if I didn't make myself clear.
  6. No I do not have multiple public IP addresses allocated by my internet service provider. Yes, I have a single public IP address allocated to my router. My Windows PC uses a similar address to the server on my local network. This address issue has thrown everything well off topic! LOL!
  7. This all came about because of a power failure. I lost power in my apartment for a few minutes. When my server came back online I could no longer access it through the WebUI. So I'm hoping I can get help reconnecting with it. I'll definitely have to invest in a UPS, lesson learned!
  8. Okay. So I'm still fighting with this. I did everything as mentioned in this post: Power outage Unraid won't connect to internet There was no change after powering everything off/on. When I put in the ifconfig command in the console my IP address wasn't there. The address listed were br0 inet 169.xxx.xxx.xxx, br-13* inet 172.xxx.xxx.xxx, docker0 inet 172.xxx.xxx.xxx, lo inet 127.xxx.xxx.xxx, shim br0 inet 169.xxx.xxx.xxx and virbr0 inet 192.xxx.xxx.xxx (which is not my IP).
  9. Yes, I do. Although I didn't reserve the address on my router, just on the server. Update: I deleted the network.cfg file, but there has been no change. I also assigned the IP my DHCP server and rebooted my router to see if that would help, but I'm still getting a timeout message when I try to ping it.
  10. Yes, the IP is intentional. When I try to ping it I get "request timed out". Should I still delete the network.cfg file?
  11. Hi! I'm on Unraid 6.8.3 and my system (QNAP TS-453D) rebooted after a short power failure, but since then, I've been unable to access the server through the webui or through file explorer (Win10). I tried rebooting my router and it can see the server. After a search I tried the /etc/rc.d/rc.nginx restart solution mentioned here: Lost Unraid GUI after power outage [Solved] but it didn't work. My parity disk was removed at the time of the outage, as I'm in the process of transferring a large amount of media files. However, it wasn't transferring files at that time. I connected to the console and
  12. Nevermind! I tinkered for a while and finally got it working. Thanks anyway.
  13. Thanks for the updates. Unfortunately, no matter what I did or how long I let it sit, it never got working. After doing more research, I found the problem is not uncommon, but the suggested fixes didn't work for me... So, I switched to Deluge, which worked right off the bat. I may try it again at some point, however I'm just beginning to set everything up, which is enough of a challenge!
  14. Hi! I have Emby running, use swag (nginx) as reverse proxy and Authelia as 2FA. I can access it via my localip:8096, but when I sign in by my subdomain, although Authelia doesn't give me a problem, when it redirects I get a 502 bad gateway error. In the nginx log I see this: 2021/03/08 15:36:07 [error] 510#510: *209 emby could not be resolved (3: Host not found) while sending to client, client: 94.247.177.39, server: emby.*, request: "GET / HTTP/1.1", host: "emby.myusername.com", referrer: "https://emby.myusername.com/authelia/2fa/push-notification?rd=https%3A%2F%2Femby.myusername.com%2