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  1. Shouldn't have said that should I..... 1.16.1 has dropped, pushed and latest updated.
  2. @FoxyNC I had a bit more of a look at this today, and I can see why this would be useful but.... As they say themselves tailscale runs as root, so all files would be written as root if they allowed automatic downloads. It feels inherently a bad idea to allow files to drop with root ownership into a system, which is why you have to approve them currently I feel. Hopefully they'll fix this and support a second userid for file uploads and add options to support that. If/when that happens I'll take a look at this, as while ssh/sftp work fine from a PC/Mac that's not so useful form a mobile device, so I can see the use case here. Edit: I'll keep and eye on this https://github.com/tailscale/tailscale/issues/2312
  3. I had no idea this was a thing, and it’s certainly not something that I’d be planning on testing while it’s in alpha. If you are connected to tailscale you can just sftp to the server, or even connect to the actual shares? The instructions for taildrop do also seem to indicate that you have to accept every file on Linux. https://tailscale.com/kb/1106/taildrop/ If this changes at a later date when out of alpha/beta perhaps we’ll revisit. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  4. 1.16.0 has been pushed and latest tag updated accordingly. After 17 days it seems we aren’t getting any 1.16.1 bug fixes. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  5. I tend to wait for 1.x.y where y > 1 before doing an update as the .0 releases tend to be buggy and have a release every other day.
  6. This container is just not designed for that, it is designed to provide access to your Unraid server over tailscale. My 2p worth is that site to site VPNs are best setup on your firewall/router anyway, bouncing traffic off your router to another machine in the same subnet is always going to be painful at best. Edit: If I had to guess, check if ip_forwarding is enabled, do you have a net.ipv4.ip_forward = 1 in /etc/sysctl.conf But I've never tested a setup like this, so shooting blind.
  7. Version 1.14.6 has been pushed as 1.14.6, 1.14 and latest. This fixes the issue with the IdentTrust DST Root CA X3 expiring.
  8. Hi, I'm afraid I can't help here, but I would point out that this was always specifically designed to not be used for a site to site VPN, and even more not as a VPN gateway. The purpose of this container was always to provide access to your host over tailscale only. We added the ability to pass custom arguments that could support this, but it still isn't a designed use and certainly not something I'm ever going to be testing in updates even if you can get it working. You might be better off just using the inbuilt wireguard support for VPN usage. EDIT: 🦈-> 🛡️
  9. New build pushed 1.14.3 == 1.14 == latest.
  10. 1.12.3 has been released with some bug fixes. latest tag is now posting at 1.12.3 as is 1.12
  11. 1.12.1 has been released and tagged as 1.12.1 1.12 and latest
  12. Typically within a week or so. Normally whenever I get a github notification to say there has been a new version released which isn't instanly. With something like a VPN I also tend to think it worth having a gap, especially as many people use latest tag. Pushing new builds to everyone doesn't seem a great idea as Tailscale often do very rapid minor point releases after bugs are found. Being a week or so off feels like the right approach. There are really not going to be any issues being one release behind either.
  13. What video are you refering to? I've never made a setup video. That error is almost certainly not important, it is trying to get an IPv6 address as well as IPv4 and failing - I have that all the time without issue. I have never looked into providing IPv6 to docker containers on Unraid. Can you post more of your logfile?
  14. 1.10.2 1.10.2 has been released. Pull deasmi/unraid-tailscale:1.10.2 if using numbered builds. Those using deasmi/unraid-tailscale:latest should automatically update. Dean