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  1. It is working now. What i did now is disable the adblock on dd-wrt, after that steam had some trouble connecting and I left the pc on while I was asleep. In the morning the downloads started and I am now observing that the share is growing in size, access log is showing the misses. and now tried to reinstall the game and that hit the cache. Thanks for the help
  2. @mlebjerg I had an adblocker running on dd wrt, disabled that (did not help) Steam is failing its connections now, so that is better i think? No vpns active or used on my network. Here is the docker log: root@Tower:~# docker logs SteamCacheBundle Running nginx: the configuration file /etc/nginx/nginx.conf syntax is ok nginx: configuration file /etc/nginx/nginx.conf test is successful Bind9 { Enabling cache for Blizzard 2018-08-20 14:31:57 Failed to set file handle limit: Operation not permitted Enabling cache for Front
  3. Hi @nuhll, @mlebjerg Thanks for the tips! I think i have given it half an hour or something, i'll leave it on while i'm sleeping to see if it changes something. I have tried to be as thorough as possible when testing it: windows: 1. check the hosts file, nothing strange there 2. set dns ip to 3. flushdns 4. clear download cache on steam 5. clear the steam content log unraid: 1. compute steamcache share: 0B 2. make sure that steamcache share is not using the cache drive 3. clear the logfiles 4. open 2 command windows that tail the /data/logs/acce
  4. Hi I am having some issues getting the steam cache bundle going. Steps to get where I am at now: - set unraid ports to something else than 80 and 443 - install steamcachebundle from community applications - cleared download cache in steam - in windows manually set the dns ip to '' (no secondary server) - in windows disable ipv6 config: Unraid version: Version 6.5.3 2018-06-12 Powershell output: PS C:\WINDOWS\system32> Resolve-DnsName -server