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    Try forwarding TCP port 5222 on your router to the unraid server internal address. May have to also map it for docker in unraid. For Jitsi you need ports 443 for https, 80 for http, UPD 10000, and TCP 5222. You can of course remap these to none standard points in your router as Unraid already uses 80 and 443. Here's a link to the jitsi documentation also.
  2. See this has been up for a while so hopefully you have resolved this. One think to check. If you unraid host has multiple NICs and an IP is assigned in Network settings for each then make sure the br0 IP and physical post eth0, eth1, etc IP that you are connecting with match or that all are connected. The issue this causes is the ping request will leave via the connect NIC's IP but then your router will attempt to route the response back to you via the IP for the main NIC aka the NIC that has the same IP as br0. All you have to do is move the network connection to the correct NIC and you shoul
  3. This thought had crossed my mind but wasn't sure if it may cause other issues. Will it still provide the restore option if I needed to roll back in case of issues? Any specific options/flags to be used or just: unzip -d /boot
  4. From terminal running date returns the correct date and time. Is there another process to check or location to check date and time? Seems to not be the issue though.
  5. When selecting next branch in OS Update It shows the 6.8.0-rc3 version and the Install button. Clicking install brings up the Install Plugin window which shows the below errors: plugin: installing: /var/tmp/unRAIDServer.plg plugin: downloading: ... failed (Network failure) plugin: wget: download failure (Network failure) Not sure why there is a network failure here as I have internet access
  6. I'll try the bios update and let you know. I do have the sata power connected. I have also disabled the legacy USB mode which didn't help.
  7. Here seems to be some related log entries. I tried adjusting the usb setting in bios but no luck. Jan 15 10:54:52 Tower kernel: pci 0000:0a:00.0: xHCI BIOS handoff failed (BIOS bug ?) 00010401 Jan 15 10:54:52 Tower kernel: pci 0000:0b:00.0: xHCI BIOS handoff failed (BIOS bug ?) 00010401 Jan 15 10:54:52 Tower kernel: pci 0000:0c:00.0: xHCI BIOS handoff failed (BIOS bug ?) 00010401 Jan 15 10:54:52 Tower kernel: pci 0000:0d:00.0: xHCI BIOS handoff failed (BIOS bug ?) 00010401
  8. Ok so I've read the post about this but so far no luck. I have a usb 3 pci card model PEXUSB3S44V. It shows up as below using lshw. This is stubbed in syslinux.cfg. I have the same result without it stubbed also. The card has power to the devices however I can not see the devices as usb pass through options in the webgui. Same with and without stub. When the card is stubbed in syslinux.cfg it shows under the other pci devices section in the webgui for the VM settings. Shows as Renesas Technology Corp. uPD720202 USB 3.0 Host Controller | USB controller (0a:00.0) Not sure what I'm missing here
  9. Make sure you have assigned the correct sound device. It needs to be the sound device from the same card as the video for that VM. I have run into this issue in the past.
  10. This isn't an issue but more a question or request for recommendations. Want to passthrough individual pci usb 3.0 cards to each of 3 VMs. In searching I ran into this card. It has 4 individual controllers on the same card. I'm not so much worried about speed as I am being able to hot plug devices to the separate VMs. Does a
  11. I have been getting the below error on one of my VMs. It happens almost daily. Restarting the VM works sometimes but lately it just happens again within minutes. I haven't had much luck finding any info on this at least that is helpful. Also just to note no usb devices were disconnected at least physically. Please let me know if there are other logs or info needed would be happy to provide it. Thanks libusb: error [_open_sysfs_attr] open /sys/bus/usb/devices/3-3.4.1/bConfigurationValue failed ret=-1 errno=2 libusb: error [do_close] Device handle closed while transfer was still being pr
  12. Oh then you'll have to reinstall the proprietary nvidia drivers. I'm wondering if they are what caused the issue. But I need them so we'll see.
  13. Ok so fixed it. I think we'll see if it happens again. Belows the step in case anyone else runs into this. 1. In the webGUI edit the VM and remove the graphics card, audio, and all USB pass-throughs setting the graphics as VNC 2. Had to delete the tablet input device from the XML directly as VM gave an error on startup. 3. Start VM and view with VNC. Couldn't log in and video on VNC was jacked. 4. Do Ctrl+Alt+F1 to get to terminal and login 5. Enter sudo apt-get remove --purge nvidia-* and enter root pw when asked 6. Enter sudo apt-get install ubuntu-desktop (not sure this
  14. Not sure this help but seen this before when opening archive when there is a file there twice. Maybe check your boot usb drive from another pc.
  15. Ok so I'm new to unraid but so far everything is going well except one issue with a Ubuntu 14.04 VM with passthrough. I'm passing through nvidia GTX 650Ti card the on board audio along with several usb devices. Keyboard, mouse, and USB headset. This has happened twice now and the only way to correct the first time was to delete and reinstall the VM. It will run fine for several days then after a shutdown from within the VM on startup the screen will scroll right to left in blocks and keyboard and sometimes mouse will not work. USB headset wasn't working giving speed mismatch so I've implemente