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  1. +1 on this error. Plex sees the TVHproxy tuner, but "There was a problem getting the channels for your device" when you try to scan. Exact same error log in tvhproxy too. @Stealth1081 Did you end up finding a fix for this?
  2. Re the cooling, I have added a few extra fans and improved the ventilation around the system (it's a mITX system) in a Node 304 case, so reasonably tight for space. Temps have improved a lot though. I'm not sure, and not sure how to check either. I haven't, as I haven't ever had the need so far. However it seems like shrinking the array would be the best option for me using this guide? I don't need to replace the failed drive currently, I have enough space. Using the above guide, can I re-allocate disk 3 (empty) to replace disk 1? I'm assuming i'd have to follo
  3. Bugger. Probably explains why it's relatively cheap also. I couldn't get diagnostics before reboot as I believe the system had rebooted automatically at least once due to overheating. Plus I don't have the Syslog server setup as you mentioned, but will set that up in the future. The parity checks were set weekly when I was setting various scheduled tasks, weekly seemed adequate. How often would you suggest parity checking? Looks like I'll have to replace the disk then, doesn't seem like there's any doubt there. Thanks for your prompt assistance. A further q
  4. So I logged into my Unraid UI (v6.8.0) the other day and had some notifications that a parity check (run weekly) had failed, and some errors were found in disk 1. This disk is now disabled. Server hasn't been moved or touched for a few months, just came out of nowhere. I did have some temperature warnings as it's been stupid hot here lately. Diagnostics and SMART report for disk 1 is attached, if anyone could some assistance please? Cheers.
  5. I have the same problem. I recently changed to an ISP that uses CGNAT, so I can no longer port forward or reverse proxy. Zerotier's interface looks like it could work for me, however after starting the docker, I can not access my unraid webui locally (on I can remotely via Zerotier but nothing locally. Anyone have a solution?
  6. With Unraid assigned IP of on VLAN4 (in unraid network settings), I cannot ping it from the router, or any other devices on VLAN4. Although a docker on VLAN4 does come up in the device list. I believe I do have the switch set up correctly, the router's port 3 goes to the port 1 of the switch, and port 2 of the switch goes to unraid.
  7. So by assigning an IP to the VLAN interface, i'm assuming you're talking about within settings > network settings. I was under the impression this needed to be defined as per @bonienl's instruction in the tutorial so the docker see's the VLAN as a network choicer. Regardless, I followed your advice and removed the IP from VLAN4(br0.4). Within the docker settings, i've entered the following for br0.4. I get correct IP assignment upon starting the dockers (and the network shows up as a choice within the docker), however I get the same problem, no internet connection from
  8. I've had the same results on 2 other dockers, running on both the VLAN and bridge. Although DelugeVPN gave a ping result, so I transferred that to the VLAN and got the below results. Can ping other dockers on the VLAN but not the host or gateway. Additionally, the ipp addr are below.
  9. I'm not familiar with Linux syntax in unraid, how do you ping
  10. Thanks @bonienl and @ken-ji for the detailed responses. I believe I have my system set up now...mostly. My test docker is running off br0.4 and the router reports its IP on LAN2/br2/VLAN4. Success! I've set up rules in the router for access between LANs for the time being. Now for the final piece of the puzzle though, the router IP on VLAN4 is now ( on br0), I put that in the gateway IP in unraid for br0.4. The docker has no internet connection. Using Sonarr as an example, i get "no route to host" errors in the log. Is there something I need to do spe
  11. @bonienl one last question: I'm trying to configure my router, however i'm having trouble trying to find the appropriate options in the webui. As mentioned previously, i'm using a Netgear R7000 running AdvancedTomato firmware. There's network and VLAN menus but i'm not sure about assigning certain networks to a VLAN ID. I've set up port 3 (which is connected to the switch with unraid), as a tagged VLAN4 port. Is this correct? Although further advanced options as per your tutorial aren't available under VLAN. I'm sure the option is available somewhere, the verbiage is probably ju
  12. Yeah my router is at one end of the house, and the AP is at the other, so that wouldn't work ha. I went out and bought a TL-SG108E and now have it connected directly to the router, with unraid, AP and others connected to the switch. I'll have a crack tomorrow at setting up the VLANs in the switch and router. I've been dabbling deeper and deeper into the networking rabbithole lately, and advice like yours is priceless. Cheers.
  13. Thanks for the explanation. By sub-interfaces do you mean, assigning VLANs to each port? I couldn't find a reference to that terminology. I have an R7000 running advanced Tomato as my main router and it supports VLAN port assignment. Obviously the EX7000 extender does not support VLAN or trunking, so I was looking into buying a cheap managed switch that supports trunking. The NETGEAR GS108E supports VLAN, but the datasheet says it doesn't support link aggregation/port trunking so I guess that's a no. The 16-port model support it, but only "Static Manual LAGs only". What does th
  14. Sweet, will give this a crack when I get home. A further question: My network is set up with router, hardwired to a Netgear ex7000 extender acting as an AP/switch, with several devices including my unraid server wired to the ex7000. My router is running tomato firmware and can set up VLANs. When I set up the VLANs for the port the switch is running on, will that effectively place everything on that switch onto the isolated VLAN? Because as described in the tutorial, I'd like unraid on the main network (, then certain dockers and VMs on their own isolated network