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  1. This works great. However, The Disk I/O panel pulls from serial numbers, not device names However, I can adjust those to match. Chers!
  2. I see the variable list reload, but they still all show up as empty
  3. Loving the update @falconexe However, I cannot get my variables for drive selection to work. I am passing diskio into telegraf, as I can see SMART status from that panel, but the query for pulling disks is not returning anything.
  4. You are right. Default docker settings in unraid were set to not allow host contact. I've fixed that and it is working as expected. Thank you very much.
  5. I have attempted setting up the Unraid-API as a docker on a bridge network 10.0.0.0/24. After multiple attempts to login with the right address for unraid, root user and password, the program fails to connect to the server. Logs show the following connect EHOSTUNREACH 10.0.0.10:80 Get Dashboard Details for ip: 10.0.0.10 Failed with status code: undefined connect EHOSTUNREACH 10.0.0.10:80 Get VM Details for ip: 10.0.0.10 Failed connect EHOSTUNREACH 10.0.0.10:80 Get Docker Details for ip: 10.0.0.10 Failed When adding it says it says Logged in successful, Shows up as 'Server' on the right before disappearing (presumably from lack of a found hostname). an API call shows it as offline. I can login to the server at http://10.0.0.10 on the bridge network using the user/pass. I have done so from a VM without issue. I am running unraid 6.9.1
  6. Hello, Just got unraid and loving it so far. I have two usable WAN IPv4 Addresses for my colo dedicated server. I'm using the first one for Unraid and most all my docker containers. I'd like to setup a Docker network under the second IP address so that I can map used ports to it (e.g. 80,443 for a second web service on this second IP address) I know how to use a custom network under my main adapter, eth0. But this would only be for a single container. I need a VLAN setup. I cannot for the life of me figure out how to setup a second Docker VLAN network that is NAT'd to a secondary IP. I need something like 172.19.0.0/24 -> Single Secondary IP. Also, if possible, the docker networks will need to be able to talk to each other. I plan on hosting an email service with poste.io and a DNS Server on the second IP, and some of my primary docker containers will need access to the SMTP server.