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  1. Problem solved. I changed the DNS server address on unRaid from 1.1.1.1 to 1.0.0.1. Works fine now.
  2. Attached. tower-diagnostics-20190516-1153.zip
  3. Hi all, I just updated from 6.6.9 to 6.7.0. After the update its really slow to open the Plugins and Docker tabs in a browser window. I am utilising Firefox but have also tried Chrome and Konqueror. I timed opening the Plugins tab and it took 2min10sec from the time I clicked the tab. Once the Plugins tab has opened the Docker tab will open straight away. Happens the same if I open the Docker tab first. When I select "Check for Updates" in the Docker tab it took in excessive of 10min to show available updates. I stopped paying attention at 15min10sec.
  4. Hello. I am trying to setup letsencrypt following spaceinvaderone's video. However, I cannot get letsencrypt to verify. I am utilise an Ubiquiti USG as my router. I have set port forwarding in the the controller (running in a docker container) for port 80 to 180 and 443 to 1443 following spaceinvaderone's recommendation. According to the controller the port forwarding is working. I have set the same ports in the container template and added my own domain name and the subdomain. I have edited the DNS settings in my domain provider adding a new CNAME "nextcloud" with the value set to my dynamic IP address with no-ip. I am getting the message "ERROR: Cert does not exist! Please see the validation error above. The issue may be due to incorrect dns or port forwarding settings. Please fix your settings and recreate the container" I have gone over my settings quite a few times but cannot see what I have done wrong. Could someone offer advice? I have noted in no-ip's control panel that the dynamic DNS is not configured/detected for the subdomain. I dont know if this is the problem. It is showing the correct IP target though. I have dynamic DNS set in the unifi controller to my host name, but not to the second hostname listed in the dashboard. The unifi controller wont allow me to set two dynamic DNS etries to the same service.
  5. Ok. So i just change the MAC address assignments? Move one of the 1GB ports to eth0?
  6. What I have discovered is that eth1 and eth2 need to be unchecked from the bond prior to unbonding eth0. When I do the "interface inactive" notification dissapears. In theory all three NICs are now independent. However, I am still getting the message "Interface Ethernet Port 0 is down. Check cable!". I am presuming unRAID is looking for network connectivity on eth0 as opposed to any port. With a cable plugged into either eth1 or eth2 they pcik up an IP address when I select apply however there is still no netowrk connectivity. By that I mean I cant access anything. Using the GUI unRAID wont check for plugin update and Fix Common Problems reports no internet. What about the internet rules at the bottom of the Network Settings page? Are they telling unRAID which ports to utilise for network connectivity? Should I re-order them so that the 10GB NIC, which doesnt support WOL, becomes eth2?
  7. I tried setting enable bonding on eth0 to no. When I do I loose network connectivity. eth1 and eth2 show as "interface inactive". I cannot find a setting to make them active. Even setting eth1 or 2 to bonded does work. eth1 is connected to the router however it continues to remain inactive and doesnt get an IP address.
  8. Looks like all three NICs are bonded to me. Interface eth0 says "bonded" bonded members of bond0 are "eth0, eth1, eth2" Both interface eth1 and eth2 show as member of bond0. It doesnt matter which port I run the cable to. I get connectivity regardless of the port as they are bonded. I dont want the ports turned off in the bios as I intended to stub them and assign them to VMs. Im not seeking to utilise a bonded connection. In fact I only want to utilsie a single NIC, either eth1 or eth2. At the moment I cannot work out how to do that.
  9. I have been trying to set up WOL on my Gigabyte x399 Aorus Xtreme. The manual says the board supports it. I have been unable to get it to work however. I think I have isolated the issue to the boards NICs. The Aorus Xtreme has three NICs; a 10GB and two 1GB ports. It appears the 10GB NIC does not support WOL. The two 1GB NICs do. In network settings unRAID shows all three NICs as bonded. I think the inclusion of the 10GB, which does not support WOL, is causing WOL to fail. As a result I am thinking that I could utilise one of the 1GB NICs as my network connection. Or maybe bond eth1 and eth2. Though I dont really need the bandwidth. I cant seem to get it to work though. eth0 is the 10GB NIC, eth1 and eth2 are the 1GB NICs. eth0 is showing as bonded with eth1 and eth2. Firstly, how do I stop all three NIC being bonded? Secondly, how do I tell unRAID that eth1 is the NIC to utilise for network connectivity? I tried setting Enable Bonding on eth0 to no then setting eth1 to bonded with eth2 however I dont get a connection. When I do this unRAID reports "Interface Ethernet Port O is down. Check cable!" Also eth1 and eth2 have the message :Interface is shutdown (inactive)" next to the MAC address. Any advice on how to configure network settings so as to utilise a particular NIC would be much appreciated.
  10. I could not get to the Settings - Identification page. https://10.1.1.140 did not result in a warning which I could accept and continue to the UI. The resulting page kept reporting the SSL page was not accesible. Renaming network.cfg allowed the server to receive an IP. It didnt result in a new network.cfg file. Instead I found a post on Reddit to look in identification.cfg (i think it was ident.cfg) and noted a condition use SSL. I changed it from yes to no. Ultimately the simple solution I was looking for. I dont know why it was so complicated a solution to communicate.
  11. I went to to do that originally however there were no network details in network.cfg. I followed squids recommendation to rename the file and restart. The server runs and has a a new ip address in the new range. I just cant access the ui as its using the ssl address.
  12. Is it possible to edit the usb? I have my usb controller passed though so once unraid starts my keyboard and mouse are unavailable.
  13. Hi all. I picked up an Ubiquiti USG today. I have it all set up fine however IP assignment is in the 192.168.1.0 range. My server was set as 10.1.1.140. I removed the USB and renamed the network.cfg file. I restarted the server and upon entering the server's new IP address it wants to resolve to the SSL address. How do I get access to the webui again?
  14. With the system temp plugin how do I determine the motherboard sensor name? My CPU temp sensor was releatively simple. It was initially k10temp=Tdie. Though its changed its name now and says k10temp-CPU temp. I dont know what my MB sensor is called though. How do i work out whether jc42 - temp1 or jc-42-temp2 are the mb? And which part of the mb? When I look in the bios there appear to be 5 sensors but they are obviously named and do not reflect the sensors reported by the plugin. My MB is a Gigabyte x399 Aorus Xtreme.
  15. I really dont know if i fixed mine or it just came good. I could only see code 43 when i used vnc. I read though that using vnc will often show code 43 anyway. I thought to update the driver using device manager, via vnc, but most buttons were greyed out. I could uninstall the 1080 though. So i did. After reboot i noticed the buttons in device manager for the 1080 were no longer greyed out. So i closed vnc and acessed the vm via teamviewer. I updated the driver via device manager. The moment i did my displays started working. I rebooted the vm and all is working normal. I dont what this had to do with linux vms though.