Jump to content

ljm42

Community Developer
  • Content Count

    1682
  • Joined

  • Last visited

  • Days Won

    8

ljm42 last won the day on September 2 2019

ljm42 had the most liked content!

Community Reputation

182 Very Good

3 Followers

About ljm42

  • Rank
    Advanced Member

Converted

  • Gender
    Undisclosed
  • Personal Text
    the answer to life, the universe, and everything

Recent Profile Visitors

3798 profile views
  1. Glad to hear it! Mind letting me know what the issue was?
  2. well, preferably the thread that is dedicated to the blog post, since you aren't following the quickstart guide: But since you've asked the question in the quickstart guide thread I don't want to keep bouncing you around Maybe read the quickstart guide itself to see if it helps?
  3. If you setup WireGuard in "VPN Tunneled Access" mode to connect a commercial VPN provider, that pretty much takes over your network so you would not also be able to use OpenVPN: If you setup WireGuard in one of the other modes, such as "Remote access to LAN" as described here: then it seems like you should be able to start an OpenVPN connection to a commercial VPN provider. If you are having trouble, look for obvious conflicts like trying to use the same port for both VPNs.
  4. That is definitely a problem. You need to Google ways to enable IOMMU. It might be something in the BIOS that you enable, or it might be adding "iommu=pt" to the append line, or you might need to enable "unsafe interrupts" (enable Help on Settings -> VM Manager). Or perhaps your hardware doesn't support it. Then, see the release notes for Unraid 7 that explain a different way of "hiding" devices from Unraid so they are available for passthru:
  5. can someone please upload their diagnostics showing the problem?
  6. I'd like to propose an alternate interface for the "Unraid Share" 9p mounting options in the VM template. The current method of picking a folder and providing a name: can remain an advanced option, but I think what makes more sense in an Unraid world is to provide a list of shares and checkboxes. If you place a checkbox by the "Movies" share, it should be able to automatically map the source dir and target dirs in the template: <filesystem type='mount' accessmode='passthrough'> <source dir='/mnt/user/Movies/'/> <target dir='Movies'/> <address type='pci' domain='0x0000' bus='0x05' slot='0x00' function='0x0'/> </filesystem> Similarly, when reading the template to build the form view it should be able to automatically figure out which source dirs and target dirs map to a Share and fill in the appropriate checkboxes on the form.
  7. Great! glad it is working How are you accessing the shares? There will not be name resolution through the tunnel for something like \\tower, you need to use \\<internal server ip>
  8. Sure, on the flash drive delete the file /config/vfio-pci.cfg Note that this plugin is just a front-end that writes the config file for you. More details about the config file here:
  9. They are different types of VPNs. Binhex Deluge connects to a commercial VPN provider to hide your Deluge traffic. This discussion is about letting you VPN into your home network to manage your server, commercial VPN is not involved. Unraid has WireGuard support built-in: https://forums.unraid.net/topic/84226-wireguard-quickstart/
  10. Yes. Rough instructions: setup WireGuard on one server using the "Server to Server access" option, then download the config file and on the other server choose "Import Tunnel" For extra credit you can go all the way and connect the LANs on both side: https://forums.unraid.net/topic/88906-lan-to-lan-wireguard/
  11. OK that sounds like the tunnel is up. How exactly are you trying to reach your server? Earlier you mentioned this: which would be a problem. The DDNS you use for WireGuard is NOT the url you want to use to reach the webgui. Try this: http://<internal server ip> (note: http not https) If you have SSL setup, that will redirect to the SSL host. If you are using Unraid's Let's Encrypt SSL that will work fine, if you are doing something else then you have to deal with making that DNS name work through the tunnel.
  12. If the system won't boot you need to plug in a monitor and look at the errors on screen. But it sounds like the device you are trying to bind is needed by Unraid and won't be available for passthru.
  13. What IP address does your ###.ddns.me resolve to? It needs to resolve to the internal ip address of your server That won't work. Both sides of the connection need to be on different networks with different IP addresses. Based on everything you said I can't tell if you successfully made a connection or not.
  14. Your router should be able to restrict what external IP addresses are able to access the port forward. In terms of controlling access to your network, turn on help for the "Local tunnel firewall". I just remembered that feature, haven't ever used it. Hmm... if this is your use-case, you might consider installing WireGuard on those two computers and not involving Unraid at all.
  15. Any idea what the 10.10.10.0/24 range refers to? I would remove that. AllowedIPs=10.253.0.1/32, 192.168.1.0/24