Nem

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  1. is there an easy way to create a custom template for ombi-preview? ombi v2 keeps crashing and its getting quite annoying...
  2. actually I think I just figured it out and it seems to work From this stackoverflow answer: https://stackoverflow.com/questions/32542282/how-do-i-rewrite-urls-in-a-proxy-response-in-nginx the key seems to be to keep the trailing slash in the proxy_pass line: `proxy_pass http://192.168.187.10:8181/` . That way the location (/admin) will just be placed by / in the resulting url
  3. ah perfect, thanks! ill give that a go, but in the mean time does anyone know if theres a way to use a subdirectory (web.com/admin) rather than a subdomain (admin.web.com)?
  4. is it possible to change the default unraid gui username (root) to something else? or that not recommended?
  5. Id like to be able to access the unraid webgui via reverse proxy now that unraid 6.4 has letsencrypt SSL certs I'd like to navigate to www.web.com/admin and be able to access the gui, but unraid doesnt have an option for adding a base url Im currently using this: location ^~ /admin { include /config/nginx/proxy.conf; proxy_pass http://192.168.187.10:8181; } unraid isn't expecting to see /admin so nothing loads. Is there a way to add /admin to the target url even though unraid doesnt allow for customizing the base url it uses?
  6. @aptalca I'm pretty new to using VPNs so to clarify: (assuming I'm using a weak admin password for ovpnas) if someone brute forces my password and gets into the webgui theres a section where they can upload their own SSL certificate, but isn't that certificate only used for the web interface, not the actual VPN connection? How would my LAN be compromised in that case? Or do you mean they can now change my server config and redirect traffic? I guess all of this can be prevented anyway with a strong password for the admin account...?
  7. @Ding Dong Del Ive finally managed to get ovpn-as webgui running through a reverse proxy by just using a subdomain and another server block in the config. But Im also intrigued by your use of the same port for both https and vpn traffic. I'm wondering why you chose to use hostnames/streams/subdomains to redirect traffic instead of using the port share feature of ovpn?
  8. so I dont have hostnames set up, but my domain points to my IP, and I have www and vpn subdomains I changed my nginx.conf to (sites-config/default server also listens on 4430): stream { map $ssl_preread_server_name $name { www.example.net fred; vpn.example.net barney; } upstream barney { #openvpn container server 192.168.187.10:9453; } upstream fred { # upstream nginx virtual hosts such as sonarr, radarr, nzbget, etc. server 192.168.187.10:4430; } server { listen 443 so_keepalive=on; proxy_pass $name; ssl_preread on; } } what Im expecting is that when I go vpn.example.net I get taken to openvpn webgui, but if I go to www.example.net/whatever I get one of my other containers. Correct expectation with the current config? Or is there something I need to change?
  9. I dont mind setting up a subdomain like vpn.site.com, but is there a way to set this up without duckdns? my use case, I think, is similar to yours. When I want to use the vpn or access the webgui I want to access it via vpn.site.com. If I want the rest of my other containers I want to go to www.site.com/whatever
  10. Thanks, I tried it but none of my sites are working now. Most likely due to me not know exactly what needs to be changed. Here's what I changed things to: stream { map $ssl_preread_server_name $name { example.net/ovpn fred; default barney; } upstream barney { #openvpn container server 192.168.187.10:9453; } upstream fred { # upstream nginx virtual hosts such as sonarr, radarr, nzbget, etc. server 192.168.187.10:443; } server { listen 443 so_keepalive=on; proxy_pass $name; ssl_preread on; } } sites-config/default basically looks the same as yours, only difference is the server is listening on 443 My goal is to be able to hit openvpn-as webgui when I go to /ovpn
  11. is there a way to put openvpn access server's webgui behind an nginx reverse proxy?
  12. any chance of adding letsencrypt to this for the webgui?
  13. Nem

    appdata location

    thanks. if theres essentially no difference, whats the reason for leaving it in /mnt/cache ?
  14. whats the difference between /mnt/cache/appdata and /mnt/user/appdata? Should I be using one over the other for storing my container config directories? I've been using /mnt/cache/appdata for my containers, but if I need to switch over to the other is it safe to just point my container to the other location without affecting any existing config/settings?
  15. ok I think I found the problem. I had to change my ports, use "auto" mode and change my router DNS server to something other than my ISPs. I think everything is good now
  16. I tried changing my ports from 80/443 to 8181/4343 and now the webgui works, but the SSL certificate I was issued was invalid (chrome says the site is not secure) could this be because I was already issued a certificate with the old port numbers? how do I get around this problem?
  17. awesome, didnt know ASRock made server boards so originally I was planning on using a riser to plug my 16x graphics card into the 8x slot. I dont think it would fit otherwise? it might be good to have an option without needing a riser, so are there any motherboards that support 2 16x slots if I relax my requirements about motherboard size and allow for an ATX board?
  18. a 16x and an 8x would be fine for my purposes
  19. is there a plugin that tracks disk usage over time? I'd like to be able to see how quickly I'm filling up my storage EDIT: I know there are plugins that track array storage over time, but I'm looking for info about specific drives
  20. the current way of logging into the unraid webgui (using chrome) is through the little dropdown box for entering a username and password. However, this method isn't compatible with password managers like lastpass because the fields arent part of a form on a webpage Would it be possible to change over to a webpage form based method? currently I either have to either manually copy and paste my password from lastpass (which takes time) or to keep my password simple so I can remember it (which is insecure)
  21. Im planning on getting a Xeon E3 1245v6 and I'm looking for a motherboard. Must meet the following requirements: - Must be able to hold two dual slot graphics cards (1080Ti). These will be passed through to different VMs - Micro ATX or smaller - ECC RAM (not sure to what degree this is determined by the motherboard) - At least 6 SATA ports - The machine is on 24/7, so presumably some server grade board would be better Any recommendations?
  22. perfect, I think I'll go with the E3 1245v6, thanks!
  23. I had the same issue and just added port 58946 to the docker, which fixed the problem. But yes, also curious why its not included in the template
  24. I have the same issue. Made a thread about it here but no solution so far:
  25. Probably at least 4C/8T 3.3+GHz. Not an insane amount of horsepower as the GPUs will be doing the heavy lifting Dont I need integrated graphics in order to do GPU passthrough? I seem to remember trying passthrough with one of the i5s or i7s and it didn't work because it lacked an iGPU, but I may be remembering wrong... Do none of the E5s have integrated graphics?