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  1. I grabbed two of these, one for my unraid box, and one for my pc. Though they were only $29.99 when I got them, not sure why the price hike. I found this while on amazon though and it may work for you, same thing essentially, just has two ports instead of 1:
  2. I just set this up a couple of days ago to reverse proxy to my emby server. I am having a strange issue where responses logged for browser traffic show the traffic is using https and where the traffic is going, but for devices (like rokus, xbox, android) it just shows a dash ("-") instead. For example, this is what is being logged now for devices: [Devices IP Address] - - [Timestamp] "POST /emby/Sessions/Playing/Progress HTTP/2.0" 204 0 "-" "Roku/DVP-9.30 (deviceID)" If I connect from a browser the log shows this: [Devices IP Address] - - [Timestamp] "POST /emby/S
  3. So the access log does verify that the traffic is in HTTPS, but it doesnt do this for Roku devices apparently. It only shows HTTP/2 and instead of an address ( it shows "-" and then the device name. any ideas as to why that would happen?
  4. I have an emby server running and have setup the letsencrypt docker to get an ssl cert and also to use the reverse proxy. I followed the spaceinvader one video on how to set this up but have not been able to verify that the proxy is actually doing what I want it to do, which is to make sure all incoming requests are over https and all outgoing responses are https. I have tried checking the nginx access log but that got me more confused than confident as when an initial connection is made, it logs the response as https to my public domain, but after a device begins playback it logs
  5. I concur with this, if you have a switch that can do it, you can grab a 10gbe mellanox card on amazon for ~ $35 give or take.
  6. You could use the extra nics to create extra networks and separate your traffic i.e. run your VM traffic through one nic, dockers through another, and maybe the third could be for all VPN traffic if you are into that sort of thing? or use them as a fail overs in the event that another one dies. When I had a Supermicro board, I aggregated all 4 nics to get 4 gigabit throughput which I never really used or needed, but I had it. I don't think any of these are necessary at all, just things you could do with them / tinker with.
  7. I don't know exactly what the difference is, but this also seems to be a gigabyte issue. I loved the i5 enough that I also decided to gift myself a new SFF i5 build for my gaming rig and went with the Gigabyte z490i Aorus Ultra itx motherboard. I had to use wifi to connect and get nic drivers. That's for a windows 10 build too which shocked the heck out of me to see it wasn't already playing nice. I'm not sure with the ASROCK board in my Unraid machine though as the nic showed up in the current release, but I use a 10g mellanox card instead so it may not have actually been function
  8. TLDR: I have not seen processor utilization that high with transcoding so far. Unfortunately, I don't have any 4k media in h.264 any more, it's all in HEVC (h.265) now. But I did test a couple of those. H.265 -> h.264 seems to be the most taxing scenario for the processor. While converting a 1080p 15kbps h.264 down to 8kbps, I also transcoded a 4k HEVC 30kbps video down to 1080p 10kbps and the processor was ~ 17-20% during the entire transcode process for both of them. So far I haven't seen it break a sweat any more than that unless i'm doing other tasks
  9. No problem! Yes it is that same driver. After I set all of that up and then rebooted, I opened a terminal from the webui and typed /dev/dri and it said the directory existed. After that I just passed it through to emby. p.s. Im loving the i5 10400, its idling at 40 watts and handles transcoding like a dream, let me know how your i7 works out!
  10. I've gotten my i5 10400 iGPU passed through using the 6.9.0 beta 1 update. You need the newer linux 5.5.8 kernel to achieve this so if you update and do everything you mentioned previously for passing through your iGPU, it will work (with emby at least). EDIT: Make sure you have multi-display/iGPU enabled in the bios or this will not work.
  11. Answered my own Question! For anyone else wondering how to make this work. Upgrade to the 6.9 beta to get to the linux 5.5.8 kernel (has intel 9th and 10th gen IGPU support) then run through all the other setup needed to make an igpu pass through possible. Edit go file Edit syslinux file (in flash section) Edit docker container to add /dev/dri as a decice.
  12. Does anyone know of a way to pass through an Intel 10th gen processors Igpu to the emby docker container? I tried editing my go file and syslinux file and then passing through the device (/dev/dri) to the emby container but this does not seem to work. Im on 6.8.3, is it possible that the newest beta/rc has support that I need?
  13. Well that worked like a charm, Good looking out! Cheers!
  14. The Icue Software ? I will try uninstalling that to see if it helps!
  15. I have a really odd issue here. I have noticed while playing apex legends that when I press a key on my keyboard my frame rate drops from the 70s down to ~2-5 fps and the game lags out like crazy, when I let go of the key its back to normal runs like its bare metal right up until i press a key again. I am passing through the usb controller but have always had issues with this keyboard which is why im passing all the usb ports through in the first place. I'd be happy to submit my xml if that would help as well. Im not sure what the issue could be and its about the strangest thing I have encoun