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  1. Thanks @taafedi1! Just to clarify one point for @eagle470 ... as long as the My Servers dashboard sees your system as "Offline", it will show "Access Unavailable". Restarting the API should get you into an "Online" state. Admittedly this is difficult to do if you are currently away from home part of why we are in beta
  2. With your phone on your home network along with Unraid (and WireGuard disabled) visit this page to find the external IP for that network: https://www.whatismyip.com/ Then leave your home and make a "Remote Tunneled Access" WireGuard connection to Unraid. Visit the website above and confirm you have the same external IP as your home network. If you don't, then perhaps you made a change to the WireGuard config on the server and forgot to update the client? If the IP addresses are the same then in theory Netflix should think you are on your home network when you VPN
  3. Yep, there is an "Import Tunnel" button in the upper right corner
  4. I'd recommend rebooting so it can recreate the necessary folder on the flash drive as it comes back up. Also, be sure to read the note in the second post of this thread about disabling the cloudflare dns proxy. It doesn't work with wireguard traffic, only http traffic Sent from my GM1917 using Tapatalk
  5. > How do I get a clean slate and perhaps delete the servers SSL setup and start again. So over here we already talked about how to delete your certs and start over: https://forums.unraid.net/topic/109639-unraidnet-access-switched-my-certificate-for-the-worse/?tab=comments#comment-1001888 This says that you currently have a self-signed cert: Certificate issuer: O = Self-signed, OU = unRAID, CN = Galaxy.local Certificate expiration: Mon 02 Jun 2031 11:54:27 PM CEST If that is not what you want then you should follow the instructions above to s
  6. Hey everyone, we've released an updated My Servers plugin. It has a lot of improvements to make flash backup more resilient along with some nice enhancements to the UPC where it communicates with the server via a websocket rather than by polling. More detailed release notes are available when you click the "i" icon on the plugins page. The latest version this afternoon also fixes the "my_servers doesn't have permission" error that was reported (thanks for reporting that, BTW!) We are still seeing servers disconnecting and reconnecting more than we'd like. We're working
  7. The VM will be accessed via its usual IP of In terms of avoiding conflicts, when you choose "Remote access to LAN" the webgui will give you a warning that the peer's network cannot use the same network range as Unraid's network:
  8. "Remote access to server" will give you access to the server's main tunnel IP. If you want to access IPs on the Unraid server's network you want "Remote access to LAN". Be sure to update the client config after making this change. If you run into trouble, see the "Complex networks" section of the first post as there are certain settings that conflict with each other.
  9. Please see this post: https://forums.unraid.net/topic/84226-wireguard-quickstart/ Particularly the section on "Complex Networks"
  10. This page explains how to disable Unraid's built-in Let's Encrypt SSL certs for the webgui: https://wiki.unraid.net/My_Servers#How_to_disable_SSL_for_local_access If you want to use the My Servers Remote Access solution these certs are required, otherwise you don't need them and can use your own certs. To revert back to your own certs here is what I would recommend: * Go to Settings -> Management Access and change "Use SSL/TLS" to "No". This will change your url back to http://computername * On the flash drive, delete the files in config/ssl/certs, specific
  11. Look closely at the nginx error line, it will tell you the IP address is of the computer that is causing the problem. Here is a log except pulled from above. The part I highlighted in red shows the specific IP address that is repeatedly hitting the server: May 21 12:30:20 Tower nginx: 2021/05/21 12:30:20 [error] 29362#29362: *143060 FastCGI sent in stderr: "Primary script unknown" while reading response header from upstream, client:, server: , request: "GET /plugins/dynamix.my.servers/include/state.php HTTP/2.0", upstream: "fastcgi://unix:/var/run/php5-fpm.sock:", host: "xx
  12. Sorry each line of this seems to contradict the previous one, I'm really confused If this doesn't work: https://xxxxxxxxx.unraid.net/Dashboard then what does this mean? https works for local access. Maybe it would help to show the exact url you are using that works And this: Signed out and back into to unraid.net. Still no go with the webui. Similar to the last section, I'm not sure how you signed out and back in if you can't access the webgui? A few things that may help: * https://wiki.unraid.net/My_Servers#How_to_
  13. WireGuard is notoriously difficult to troubleshoot because it fails silently. It is mainly a matter of double checking your work. Rather than ask the same "did you check this", "did you do that" list of questions I created a post to go through it. See the second post in this thread (it wouldn't hurt to read the first one too): https://forums.unraid.net/topic/84226-wireguard-quickstart/
  14. I've seen this message show some false positives, haven't been able to figure out why. Safe to ignore. Have you enabled UPnP on Settings -> Management Access? If so, it seems that for whatever reason the Unraid UPnP client isn't able to talk to your router. I guess you'll need to manually setup the port forward.
  15. Yes, this solution creates a local git repository on the flash and we don't want to inadvertently fill up your flash drive. If you have a 1GB flash drive then this is not a good backup solution for you.