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  1. I implemented the changes suggested by bonienl, as they were the least invasive to start with, and removing the gateway resolved the internet connectivity issue. As a second I also changed subnet of the secondary interface so things were not overlapping. Thanks for the quick feedback.
  2. Seems I have had a similar issue as in a post from : in this thread he found that in his network.cfg he had a duplication with the settings, and bonienl had him go in and edit the file to remove the nic that was not supposed to be there. I believe I have a similar situation, where I have a nic listed that is not presented (eth1), and I can remove that entry and see what happens. But in that post bonienl also said to change the sysnics= What is that parameter setting? I am sure I am going to have to adjust it. I have included a copy of my network.cfg below:
  3. I have two nic's enabled for Unraid, one onboard and one addon intel nic. I also have another intel nic with two interfaces, which I have excluded from Unraid and is passed through to a PFSense VM. The two interfaces for Unraid are eth0 and eth2, currently as per the network settings page. But for some reason an old interface is still in the network.cfg file "eth1" with br1. since this is not a valid interface can I safely remove the associated lines from the cfg file? (see attached). Also how do I set the "default route", I assume it should point to the gateway on eth0, which is the
  4. Using the terminal I used the command sudo ip link and found the br1 listed. I then ran sudo ip link del name br1 which seems to have removed the route from the routing table. Question now is, have I followed the right path or have I just created a trouble for myself?
  5. I have two nic's installed for use with Uraid (6.6.6). the nic's are designate eth0 (Primary Unraid access) and eth2 (Optional) bridge member for br0 is etho bridge member for br2 is eth2 In the routing table (attached), there is an entry for br1 which I do believe is conflicting with the entry for br2, but I am not able to delete the br1 entry. I have a small management subnet for my switches and AP's, I would like to use the Unifi docker to manage the AP's, but am not able to get it to communicate over br2 with a static ip in the supported rang
  6. ... regarding a saved backup job, obviously its first run would be a full, but is each scheduled run after that an incremental type backup or is it running a full backup each time?
  7. I believe I solved the problem. I booted with the PCIe ACS Override setting enabled and issue went away. Is there another way I could have handled this?
  8. I am passing an Intel NIC [8086:10d3] 06:00.0 Ethernet controller: Intel Corporation 82574L Gigabit Network Connection through to a VM, but when I try to start the VM I get the following error, not sure what I'm doing wrong. Any assistance would be appreciated: internal error: process exited while connecting to monitor: 2017-10-17T21:31:14.632470Z qemu-system-x86_64: -device vfio-pci,host=06:00.0,id=hostdev0,bus=pci.2,addr=0x4: vfio: error, group 13 is not viable, please ensure all devices within the iommu_group are bound to their vfio bus driver.2017-10-17T21:31:14.632496
  9. Appreciate all the good feed back, it was very informative !
  10. I went back looked at the use case slide 5 and saw how things were implemented for the physical segregation and that would work for my current lab setup. In looking at slide 6 - logical segregation, and translating that into what steps to take in the GUI, is that what is happening when you add eth1 for instance to the bridge on eth0? Can a different network be assigned to eth1/br1 or does it have to be on the same network as eth0?
  11. I executed the below instructions from Limetech's post "unRAID Server Release 6.2 Stable Release Available " and substituting in the vender / product ID from one of my spare NIIC's that I have not included in any bridging and or bonding; left it in a down state, but am not getting the NIC showing up as an available PCI device. has any one tried this process? Not sure what I am missing, any assistance would be greatly appreciated. Login to your server using the unRAID webGui Navigate to the Tools -> System Devices page Locate the PCI device you wish to stub and then copy the vend
  12. I am using the Back-UPS ES 550 no issues. I have both the URaid server and my desktop and small switch plugged into the battery side. since the UPS can only be plugged into one machine, is there a way for me to have the PC shut down as well, in the event that service power goes out and things go to Battery?
  13. Yes, I just installed the same UPS today and I too do not get a "UPS Load" or "Nominal Power". I do however show the UPS Load %
  14. - When setting the path in the Plex Docker for the media user share, does it need read and write? - If I were to go and set the share that houses the "Media" to Secure, would I then have to provide the Docker with the associated credential? Or, does it have access via unRaid at a system level? I have just recently taken the plunge into unRaid, after trying FreeNAS and I must say it is a really nice product with a community that is very supportive. Looking forward to really getting into this product. Cheers!