Marco L.

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  1. I'm having issues with the scripts folder, why is it not there ? I've done a fresh reinstall of OpenVPN to be sure, same thing: Is it due to the issue with the as-repo PPA ? Current default time zone: 'Europe/Berlin' Local time is now: Sat May 15 21:12:23 CEST 2021. Universal Time is now: Sat May 15 19:12:23 UTC 2021. [cont-init.d] 20-time: exited 0. [cont-init.d] 30-config: executing... installing openvpn-as for the first time Hit:1 http://archive.ubuntu.com/ubuntu bionic InRelease Get:2 http://archive.ubuntu.com/ubuntu bionic-updates InRelease [88.7 kB] G
  2. I think I have another lead. Today I realized my OpenVPN server was not working anymore. Upon checking the logs, I saw this: Reading package lists... E: Failed to fetch http://as-repository.openvpn.net/as/debian/dists/bionic/InRelease Clearsigned file isn't valid, got 'NOSPLIT' (does the network require authentication?) E: The repository 'http://as-repository.openvpn.net/as/debian bionic InRelease' is not signed. Stopping openvpn-as now; will start again later after configuring After trying to manually check this IP in my browser, I got a nice message from my ISP tel
  3. I have a lead. If I switch to "automatic DHCP" from static, everything is super snappy (unraid menus) and nslookup works, If I switch back to static and add DNS like 1.1.1.1 and 8.8.8.8, nslookup stops working. If I revert back to auto DHCP, it works again. If I revert back to static IP without touching DNS, it still works. ?????????????????????????????????????????????????? Is it possible that XGS-PON requires you to use your ISP provided DNSes ?
  4. I've started to have weird DNS issues since today and ended up here. Guess what changed since last week and this week ? I've got a new fiber line and started using a new (probably crappy) ISP provided fiber box. Seems everything points to the ISP boxes. But do you guys have all one thing in common maybe in regards to the ISP or line technology used? On my side, I'm stuck, because all the ISPs here block their routers from being used in bridge mode. And since it's a very last gen 10gig XGS-PON connection, you can't really use homelab equipment yet, as this technology has very specif
  5. Yep, sorry I read it quickly and saw: so I thought it was only an issue for ports. So basically I guess that the other templates don't add fields for values that could be widely different depending on the user preferences, like shares & Cie. You said you were mainly using this for yourself, so I guess we would need another template with just the bare minimum filled and the rest to be filled by the user, as other "mainstream" templates do. You loose a bit of time the first time, but save some after that. TIL something.
  6. Thanks ! If anyone has any idea why this particular docker template would need the TemplateURL parameter to be manually removed, any feedback is welcome. I remember not having to do that with the activ-transmissionvpn one, which is fairly similar to this one, except for the missing extra GUI options (kettu, ...)
  7. Still, would be nice if CUSTOM was one option offered by default, to anyone using this. Thanks for the link
  8. Ok, after much research, I've come to this list. This is not necessarily the most "budget optimized, ebay hunter" list, I know. I will be getting soon a 10Gbps WAN fiber from my new ISP/location, hence the upgrade for my NAS at first. Mikrotik CRS309-1G-8S+INL : 8x SFP+, 1 RJ-45 mgmt. It has passive cooling, a must-have for office use. Netgear's XS708T are reviewed as silent but a lot of people's feedback says the pitch is not suited for office use, so bybye Netgear. I choose this over the 5 port cousin for futur proofing, when 10G becomes standard and everything is 10G, includi
  9. I have two issues with this unraid docker package: 1) The dropdown list for VPN providers doesn't contain the CUSTOM field, that is needed for example for AirVPN, because they use custom ovpn configs that you generate. This would not be a problem if not for issue #2 2) Everytime there is an update of this docker, some fields get reset and then the docker stop working. First some fields that I removed, like the /mnt/data/T_Media keep coming back, recreating over and over the share T_Media, which is annoying. More problematic is that the provider resets everyt
  10. My question is simple, but I want to confirm I understood the process correctly: Can I upgrade my 4TB HDDs to 12TB HDDs one by one each month, starting with the parity ones first (disable array, remove disk, replace disk, reassign disk, rebuild) ? Does it matter that the first month, one parity will be 4TB and the other 12TB ? Thanks
  11. TLDR : I had a 7200rpm 4TB failed drive, swapped it with my spare, but this failed drive was not replaced by std RMA. Instead I have a voucher as refund. I'm hesitating to buy a 5400 rpm 8TB instead, but it may not be wise considering how parity and HDD size works in unRAID. I plan to move to full 8TB array by 2020ish. Basically, some years ago I bought 9x 4TB 7200rpm HDDs and 1 of them was a spare. I had to use the spare some time ago. But the failed drive was not replaced by the retailer for some logistic reason, so they gave me a refund as a voucher on their website. I am hesit
  12. Did you just spawn both dockers and it was working out of the box ? Maybe I have something in my nextcloud Nginx confs that is conflicting...
  13. Anyone has this docker working with the Nginx Proxy Manager docker for proxy and let's encrypt certs ?
  14. I don't need the certificate from my Synology, my Synolody DSM needs the certificate generated by NPM :
  15. Actually, I both have pfSense at work and at home, but at home I had something different in the DNS Resolver. Rookie mistakes... Working fine now. There is still some differences. With a Synology, you have to activate your custom domain in the network parameters, import the certificates in DSM and then assign the certificate to the service linked to this network option. So it seems every 3 month you have to reimport the certificate into DSM, which kind of diminishes the advantages of NPM auto-management of Let's Encrypt. If someone didn't need to import the certificates into DSM, please e