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  1. Yeah my bad, that was a typo. I've edited my comment. Everything's working swell now, seeing transfer speeds between 500-750MB/s. I think I'd need to be reading and writing to/from a RAMDisk to go any faster haha
  2. On <server>/Settings/NetworkSettings, it looks like there's a hard limit on the amount of configurable network interfaces - I'm wondering if this is a bug in the webUI? I have 11 total network interfaces, eth0-10, and only eth9 (which would be the 10th, as it starts at 0) gets the full listing where I can specify settings. See the screenshot below, and notice how it jumps from Interface eth 9 straight to the interface rules (which does list eth10). This makes it difficult to configure things properly.
  3. Thank you all for the help, I got this resolved. For anyone who wants to do a similar setup, here's what I ultimately did Main 1GB Network - Still at 192.168.1.x unRAID 10GBe Port 1 - 192.168.2.1 unRAID 10GBe Port 2 - 192.168.3.1 Windows PC 1 10GBe - 192.168.2.2 Windows PC 2 10GBe - 192.168.3.2 And then you'll want to edit your System32/Drivers/etc/hosts file on the Windows PC's to force all traffic to go through 10GB, otherwise it may prefer 1GB. Do it like so: Windows PC 1 hosts file - add: 192.168.2.1 <HOSTNAME OF SERVER> Wi
  4. Basically trying to achieve what is done in this video ^^ with the only exception being that rather than going from one Windows PC to another Windows PC, I want to go from one Windows PC to one unRAID server. My configuration looks like this: unRaid server: NetApp Chelsio T320 Dual Port 10GBe NIC Windows PC 1: Mellanox ConnectX-2 10GBe Single Port NIC Windows PC 2: Mellanox ConnectX-2 10GBe Single Port NIC Connected via SFP dirrect attach copper cable. unRAID --> Windows PC 1 & unRAID --> Windows PC 2. Pretty basic, direct connect, no exp
  5. So after getting my new unRAID server setup and all my data from various drives transferred over and neatly organized, I have to say that I am loving using unRAID so far! So much so that I still have 20 days left in my trial and already purchased a Pro license. However, I'm starting to think I don't have things setup optimally here. I've got a 15TB drive array (all 3TB drives, two parity drives) as well as a 500GB SSD currently being used as my cache drive. I have manually set the appdata, domains, and isos shares to: Use Cache Drive > Only, in an effort to force that data onto
  6. I gotcha. Yeah in theory it would work in IT mode if there is one, but I haven't been able to find one. Thanks for the help / reassurance on this guys. I ended up purchasing a LSI 9210-8i from a seller on eBay that comes preflashed into IT mode for unRAID / FreeNAS compatibility.
  7. In reply to your edit (about the 2208 in IT mode) - is there even any way to do this? from what I found there simply wasn't an IT mode available for this card.
  8. Damn. Was hoping this wouldn't be the case. Any recommendations on what HBA to buy? One that works well with unRAID and would support up to 12 3TB HDD's at 6Gbps.
  9. I apologize if this a bit of a newb question, but I've been trying all night and still just can't seem to get things setup. I have an Intel S2600GL 2U server. 12 SATA / SAS hot swap bays on the front, two internal SATA for SSD's, Dual Xeon E5 2670's (upgraded), 128GB of DDR3 ECC RAM (upgraded). Previously I was just running Windows Server 2016 to get things setup and start tinkering with. Recently discovered unRAID, really want to check it out as it sounds perfect for what I want to do. I have 1 HGST Ultrastar 3TB Drives, 1 WD Green 3TB, and 1 Seagate 3TB drive - all almost full. I o